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With Christmas just around the corner this means that the release of Steven C. Miller's 'Silent Night' remake is also almost upon us. It hits US theatres from 30 November (next Friday!) and will be followed up insanely quickly by the DVD and Blu-ray release a mere 4 days later. A new clip from the flick has arrived once again featuring luscious leading lady Jaime King ('Sin City') this time alongside co-star Malcolm McDowell ('A Clockwork Orange') discussing the motives of our Santa slayer. The clip itself does a lot to give away a number of kills from the movie which are rapidly revealed by McDowell's character so if you don't want to spoil things before the big day we would advise you to leave this present unopened. If you can't find a limited screening near you you may be inclined to wait for it to hit DVD/Blu-ray or have your fingers crossed for an extra bloody stocking filler Christmas morning! Donal Logue ('Shark Night 3D'), Brendan Fehr ('Final Destination'), Lisa Marie ('Planet of the Apes'), Ellen Wong ('Scott Pilgrim vs the World') and Cortney Palm ('Sushi Girl') all co-star. Check the clip below.
"It's a snowy Christmas Eve in Cryer, Wisconsin. The normally quiet town is bustling with activity as the residents are getting ready for the big day. The events take place around the town's annual Santa Parade, which has brought a record number of Santas to town. Deputy Sheriff Aubrey Bradimore is stuck reluctantly working the night shift, dealing with all of the drunken Santas, road closures, and stressed out locals — but things are about to take a deadly turn. A vicious serial killer, dressed as Santa Claus, has made his own “naughty list”, and anyone on it is in big trouble. As the body count rises, Aubrey races to discover the killer’s true identity – but in a town full of Santas, shady characters, and dark secrets, finding the real murderer will take more then a Christmas miracle."
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