Black Christmas film Product Information
|Category||Horror DVDs, Christmas Movies, Psychos Videos, Slasher, Campus Life|
|Starring||Olivia Hussey, Keir Dullea, Margot Kidder, John Saxon, Andrea Martin, Lynne Griffin, Art Hindle, Michael Rapport, Marion Waldman|
|Costume Designer||Debi Weldon|
|Director of Photography||Reg Morris|
Black Christmas movie was released Dec 05, 2006 by the E1 Entertainment Distribution studio. An ill-fated houseful of sorority sisters are stalked by a psychopath during the Christmas season. Black Christmas video Olivia Hussey, Keir Dullea, Margot Kidder, Andrea Martin, and John Saxon star in this Bob Clark film. Black Christmas film Also included are 2 hours of new bonus material including 2 original scenes with a new vocal soundtrack recently discovered, documentar with current interviews with Art Hindle, Doug McGrath, Lynne Griffin, and more, interviews with Hussey and Kidder, Midnight Screening Q&A session with Saxon, Clark, and Carl Zittrer, and more. ...See Full Description
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||A great scary movie!|
This is a great movie, made in the day when movies had a plot and frightened you. This is not a modern slasher-type film with needless gore.
By Karla (Rutland, MA, USA)
A genuinely scary movie that utilizes what you don't see rather than what you do see. I removed 1 star because the picture and sound quality of the film is poor although watchable.
By mark the shark (london)
||Not all that scary but, hold your breath!|
I never heard of this movie 'til a co-worker told me about it a month ago. Just watch the scene with the Saran wrap over this girl's head.
By peters.charles (Anderson, IN, USA)
||Merry Murderous Fun!!!|
Black Christmas review Originally watched this well-made thriller under the name A Stranger in the House. Black Christmas DVD for sale Great storyline and an awesome creepy atmoshere would have made me think twice about staying in a sorority house by myself for a night!My favorite piece of this movie was the eye behind the door!!!Iwanted to give this 5 stars but it was slow at times.
By Pete S. (Mahanoy City.PA)
||Not a turkey!|
Above-average seasonal slasher with suitably chilling ending, although it might have been better to have given the extra features the chop. .
By zunod (Devon, UK)
This review is for a different format.
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Black Christmas video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||7295601|
|Studio||E1 Entertainment Distribution|
|DVD Encoding||Region 1|
|Release Date||Dec 05, 2006|
|Also Known As||Silent Night, Evil Night; Stranger in the House|
|Running Time||98 Minutes|
|Additional Info||Special Edition|
|Movie Details||Color; Special Edition|
Black Christmas DVD Features
Note: Special Features "Supervised by 'Uberfan' Dan Duffin, Creator of the 'ItsMeBilly.com" Website"
Full Frame - 1.33
Widescreen - 1.85
Dolby Digital Surround Sound 5.1 - English
Additional Release Material:
1. Olivia Hussey, Margot Kidder - Stars
2. "Midnight Screening Q&A Session with John Saxon, Bob Clark & Carl Zittrer"
1. Two Original Scenes with Newly Discovered Vocal Soundtrack
2. "The 12 Days of Black Christmas" - Documentary Featuring Interviews with Art Hindle, Doug McGrath, and Lynne Griffin
Interactive Menus: Animated Menus
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