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SILENT NIGHT

Available on DVD from 11th November 2013

In 1984, the slasher classic Silent Night, Deadly Night stunned audiences and was banned across America, becoming the most notorious Christmas film in history. Now, Santa is back, and he’s got a brand new bag of tricks…
Blasting onto DVD on 11th November 2013, SILENT NIGHT is the alternative Christmas film of the year.

As their small Midwestern town prepares for its annual Christmas Eve parade, Sheriff (Malcolm McDowell – Halloween) and his deputy (Jaime King – My Bloody Valentine 3D, “Hart Of Dixie”) discover that a maniac in a Santa suit is murdering those he judges as “naughty.” Their sins? Porn, adultery, greed… And he will make sure they rest in heavenly pieces. Donal Logue (SharkNight 3D), Ellen Wong (Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World), Lisa Marie (The Lords of Salem), and Brendan Fehr (“CSI: Miami”) co-star in this brutal and darkly humorous tale of Christmas gone bad.

The ideal antidote to traditional Christmas entertainment, SILENT NIGHT is sure to prove a bloody brilliant gift for Horror fans everywhere this  Christmas. Just as long as they behave…

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