Christmas Bloody Christmas – Movie Review
Director: Joe Begos
Writer: Joe Begos (Screenplay)
- Riley Dandy (Interceptor)
- Sam Delich (Spiderhead)
- Jonah Ray (Victor Crowley)
- Dora Madison (The Loft)
- Jeff Daniel Phillips (The Munsters)
Plot: It’s Christmas Eve and Tori just wants to get drunk and party, but when a robotic Santa Clause at a nearby toy store goes haywire and begins a rampant killing spree through her small town, she’s forced into a battle for survival.
Runtime: 1 Hour 21 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: Christmas Bloody Christmas starts on Christmas Eve Tori (Dandy) is looking for a drunken party. She is joined by Robbie (Delich) as the pair go on a bender around town, unaware a robotic Santa Clause has started a killing spree.
Once the Santa Clause catches up with Tori, she learns the devastation he can cause. She must team up with local law enforcement to fight back and survive the rampage on Christmas Eve.
Verdict on Christmas Bloody Christmas
Christmas Bloody Christmas is a chaotic blood-splattering Christmas horror movie. It follows a young woman whose drunken night out turns into a nightmare when a robotic Santa Clause goes on a killing rampage.
In the Christmas horror sub-genre, we have seen a host of things in the past. This time having a robotic Santa on a rampage brings the slasher intensity that gives us a relentless nature to the movie. Everything in the movie feels like it is unfolding in real-time. This keeps the pace fast and helps show how difficult the battle to survive has become. Riley Dandy is brilliant in the leading role, carrying the movie with her nonsense performance.
Where to Watch: Christmas Bloody Christmas is available on Shudder from 9th December 2022.
Final Thoughts – Christmas Bloody Christmas is a relentless horror splatter fest.