Director; Sophia Takal
1h 32 minutes
Out on Bluray
COPY provided by SONY Entertainment
So what do the years 1974, 2006, 2016, all have in common? They all released a version of Black Christmas, a dark story of a killer returning to his childhood home only to find out that it has been turned into a sorority house and decides to take the girls down, one by one. Now several years later, a new version has dropped and it is a disgrace to the previous films, making you truly question today’s writers, directors, and producers.
It is dull, poorly written, the visual is quite painful, and I am not even going to get near on commenting the acting because that along will take all day. It was so bad that it became sad, a tragic mess, and quite frankly, an insult to the genre. Whoever gave this motion picture a green go should have their mental health re-evaluated. Simply awful and I want nothing more than to get my 1 hour and 30 minutes back.
Few females students are being stalked by a complete stranger on Christmas Break, as their break takes a grim turn, the sorority soon discovers there are much more layers to the person behind the mask than just a random killing spree.
Don’t. Waste. Your. Time. 0/10
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