Silent Night, Deadly Night Returns To Theaters December 4th!

Silent-Night-Deadly-NightIf you don’t go, Billy will PUNISH you!  The great Justin Beahm is teaming with Screenvision and Fangoria to return the controversial holiday classic Silent Night, Deadly Night to theaters.  Its got an all new amazing HD transfer too!  It opens December 4th to what I’m sure will amount to ZERO protesting as opposed to the first time around!  Can we also take a moment to marvel at this really awesome new poster design?  I remember the original poster of the Santa’s arm with an axe going down a chimney being iconic, but this thing takes the movie to an incredibly new area of dread.  If you’re a fan of the film its an extra awesome little easter egg.  I hope this rerelease is a sign that a Blu-ray is definitely in the works.  I love when my 80’s slashers come to do high definition and this is a big one that is missing.  Also, if this does well, maybe we can celebrate “Garbage Day” next year!  Official details from the press release and a link to where you can find tickets follow below!

Fangoria Presents unwraps Charles E Sallier Jr.’s 1984 holiday cult horror classic SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT, in theaters this December! SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT tells the tale of Billy Chapmen, orphaned at five after witnessing the murder of his parents at the hands of a Santa suit-clad madman on Christmas Eve. Now eighteen and out of the brutal grip of orphanage nuns, Billy is forced to confront his greatest fear, sending him on a rampage, leaving a crimson trail in the snow behind him. Fangoria Presents, in conjunction with Screenvision, delivers this seasonal slasher essential in a stunning new HD transfer for the ultimate experience in ho-ho-horror!”

The list of participating theaters is growing by the day, and can be found at www.fangoriaonscreen.com.



Brandon is the host, producer, writer and editor of The Brandon Peters Show (thebrandonpetersshow.com) on the Creative Zombie Studios Network. At Why So Blu he is a Writer/Reviewer. Brandon is a lifelong obsessive film nerd. As eager to educate in the world of film as I am to learn. An avid lover of horror, schlock and trash. You can also find older essays on his blog Naptown Nerd (naptownnerd.blogspot.com).

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