Naughty or Nice: The Ups and Downs of the ‘Silent Night, Deadly Night’ Franchise

The Silent Night, Deadly Night franchise is one of horror’s strangest and boldest. It is wildly uneven in tone and quality, whiplashing between deadly serious and high camp, dizzying heights and the lowest depths often within the same movie. But from its notorious original to its bonkers direct-to-video finale, the series is without a doubt […]

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[Review] Puppet Combo’s ‘Christmas Massacre’ Makes a Scuzzy Festive Slasher Into a Demented Score Attack Game

Puppet Combo’s eye for the absurd in PS1 era horror and old-school low-budget slashers alike has been key to the popularity of their games, and Christmas Massacre joins that growing list thanks to a giddily gory take on the arcade score attack game. The prologue sees a young boy, adorned only his underwear, a Santa […]

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Fright Rags Will Punish the Naughty With Upcoming ‘Silent Night, Deadly Night’ Board Game!

From the producers of the original slasher classic, Fright Rags has announced Silent Night, Deadly Night: The Game this week, a brand new upcoming board game based on the movie! The chilling game will be coming down the chimney in 2022, and a Kickstarter campaign has been launched by Fright Rags to raise the funds […]

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10 Great Horror Titles You Can Stream on Tubi in December

Tubi dominates when it comes to selection, especially for the horror fan. The completely free streaming service, meaning no subscriptions or hidden fees, offers an insane selection for viewers with over 35,000 titles available. It’s a robust catalog of horror, and Tubi covers just about every level of the genre — from the famous, mainstream […]

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‘Silent Night, Deadly Night 5: The Toymaker’ is a Misunderstood, Overlooked Holiday Classic

We all have those horror movies that scarred us for life. Whether your blood ran cold from the macabre family dinner in The Texas Chain Saw Massacre or you found yourself disturbed and nauseous while watching Regan’s head spin in The Exorcist, these terrible frights became the catalyst for a lifetime of loving horror. When […]

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