It's that time of year again, and joining me this episode are the great duo of George and Gene who are the masterminds behind the Drive-In Monster Rama events, and coming up next month is the April Ghouls Drive-In Super Monster-Rama 2023 at the Riverside Drive-In in Vandergrift, PA! The guys chat about this year's event which will be a special “Spring Stalk and Slash” weekend on Friday, April 28, and Saturday, April 29. The film lineup is: Friday – SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT (1984), CHOPPING MALL (1986), SLUMBER PARTY MASSACRE II (1987), and SORORITY HOUSE MASSACRE (1986). Saturday has MANIAC (1980), MANIAC COP (1988), THE TOOLBOX MURDERS (1978), and SILENT MADNESS (1984). So check out the show and if you're in the area in April, you've GOT to go to the Riverside Drive-in for some awesome fun! And please take a gander at some of the newspaper ads from the films, posted on our website! The April Ghouls Drive-In Monster-Rama can be found at: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063766983052 Then Is Now can be found at: http://www.havenpodcasts.com Enjoy! Re-Gor
What's up, dudes? Christmas Eve in Gotham: uptown, the streets are filled with last-minute shoppers and the cheering jingle of chimes. But here, in the forgotten part of the city, the streets are almost deserted, save for a handful of scavengers and their unfortunate victim—and the very special sort of vengeance which lurks in the sheltering shadows! That vengeance is Santa Ambassador Matt Spaulding from North Pole Radio and Thom Crowe from ‘Tis the Podcast who join me to talk “Batman Monthly,” a 1988 UK comic from London Editions Magazine which reprinted older Batman stories. Volume 6 contains two classic Batman stories. In "Have Yourself a Deadly Little Christmas," Batman races to rescue a young girl from death by suicide. In his way stands the Blockbuster! In "Silent Night, Deadly Night," Denny O'Neil tells a tale of redemption when Batman helps a desperate and disgruntled former employee of a toymaker make up for his misdeeds.With the likes of Len Wein, Denny O'Neil, and Dick Giordano on these stories in "Batman Monthly," the Batman's humanity shines through! Christmas tree lot fight? Yup. Attempted strangulation with Christmas lights? Of course. Bruised and beaten Santas? Definitely. So grab your pipe tobacco present, hop in the Batmobile, and drive into this episode!‘Tis the PodcastFB: @tisthepodcastTwitter: @tisthepodIG: @tisthepodcastCheck us out on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Totally Rad Christmas Mall & Arcade, Teepublic.com, or TotallyRadChristmas.com! Later, dudes!
Tis the season to celebrate, because your boys are back and ready to deck your halls! There is no better time for a Christmas episode than in the middle of March. We dare you to come up with one! This week, your best friends are talking about the 1984 Holiday, Horror film, Silent Night, Deadly Night. The holidays can be tough and we know that the only way to start the healing process is to talk it out! So join your boys, pour a hot cup of cocoa, throw a fatty Yule log on the fire, and get ready for our most joyful episode ever. It'll be a pumping good time! Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, & TikTok: @WhoLetYouPod - --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Dragon on The Couch: The Dragon watched The Menu (HBO), both her and Berto thought it was a good film that becomes a clever horror movie. Next, she watched Earth II (Theatres?), a fan made movie using disaster films. She thought it was interesting and entertaining. Next, she watched Smile (Paramount), she thought it was a good horror film and enjoyed it. The Dragon watched M3gan (Theatres), and felt it was a decent movie, but is excited that horror films seem to be having a good resurgence. Next, she watched Aftersun (Rent). She was expecting not to like it as it seemed like a depressing drama, but she was surprised that she enjoyed the film. Finally she finished White Lotus (HBO), and enjoyed both seasons. Berto on the Bed: Berto started this week by watching Rocky II (Netflix), he was surprised as he remembered this movie being sillier, but he really enjoyed it. Next, he watched Jurassic World Dominion (Prime), he thought it was absolutely terrible and declared it “everything wrong with modern Hollywood”. Next, he watched Marry Me (Prime), an awful Rom Com with no Com. He thought it was hampered with what he imagines is Jennifer Lopez's “perfect” character. Finally, Berto goes to Joe Bob Corner. First he watched Angel (Shudder), which was a surprisingly good, enjoyable film, despite it being about a teenage prostitute. Then he watched Silent Night, Deadly Night 2 (Shudder), an insanely enjoyable bad horror film, filled with banter to mock. In this week's deep dive, we watched the 1978 SciFi film Starcrash, currently streaming on Amazon Prime.
Parallax Views w/ J.G. Michael
On this edition of Parallax Views, the 1989 horror film Society has become a cult classic for it's wild mix of body horror, dark humor, satire of high society, and class warfare politics. Joining us to discuss that movie, as well as his work on other horror movies past and present, is the film's co-write Zeph E. Daniel. In the second hour, Zeph and I discuss his return to screenwriting with the 2021 horror/thriller GIRL NEXT, a story of a young woman's fight to survive after being kidnapped by human traffickers that gets very strange when demonic entities, body-altering drugs, quantum physics, and a sinister MKULTRA-style government experiment are thrown into the plot's mix. Among the topics covered in our conversation: - How Zeph became involved in screenwriting and early sci-fi writing - Working with producer/director Brian Yuzna, known for his body-horror films including the Re-Animator franchise and Society - How Society's initial story involved a Satanic cult rather than strange, alien-like shapeshifting beings posing as rich humans in Beverly Hills - Satirizing the shallowness of the wealthy and Beverly Hills culture - Silent Night, Deadly Night 4: Initiation and it's witchcraft plot involving the demon Lilith - The length of the filming shoot for the Yuzna-made movies Zeph worked on - Zeph's thoughts on Bride of Re-Animator - The class warfare element of Society, Zeph's interview with the left-wing publication Jacobin, and the exploitation of the poor by the rich in Society's story - Actress Devin DeVasquez's "Clarissa" character in Society - The differences between Zeph's original story for Society and the movie itself - Special effects artist Screaming Mad George and the infamous "The Shunting" ritual scene in Society - Girl Next and the story of how Zeph formed Crazed House Ltd. with director Larry Wade Carell - Zeph's belief in spiritual warfare - Zeph's thoughts and feelings on his work being rejected by the Christian community despite his being a born again Christian; the story of how his evangelical Christian novel Lamb was rejected by the Christian community; the fear of creativity that exists within some Christian circles - The next Crazed House Ltd. movie and the big name horror star legend that'll have a voice role in the film - Experiences at Texas Frightmare Weekend - Problems with wanting to express one's authentic creative self and still getting funding to make a movie - Sex in cinema; the sexual scenes in Girl Next - An explanation of the body-altering drug that's central to Girl Next's plot; how quantum physics and simulation theory play into Girl Next and it's upcoming sequels - Zeph's "Special Thank You" credit in the serial killer movie Ed Gein starring Steve Railsback (The Stuntman; Helter Skelter) - How Zeph works with people who do not share his beliefs about religion or his personal story - The cult classic status of Society today and the different types of people that have come to love the film - Society as a movie that was soft banned in the U.S. but very popular in Europe - Zeph's speculations on what happened to Society's protagonist Bill Whitley (played by Billy Warlock) after the events of the story - The trials and tribulations of making Girl Next - Zeph's early experiences on the radical left - Power elites and oppression of working people - The infamous "The rich have always sucked off low-class shit like you" line in Society that crystalizes it's class conflict themes - And much, much more!
The real horror here is that this is coming out after Christmas (Whoops)... but come hang out as Zac, Jackson, and Jaymie talk about all the latest DC Studio news and then talk about the 1984 Christmas horror movie, Silent Night, Deadly Night.
THIS WEEK: Silent Night, Deadly Night 5: The Toy Maker (1991) and Silent Night (2012)Oh, wow. They just kept making these, huh? Once again the beloved Silent Night, Deadly Night franchise swerves into another totally unrelated story about how Mickey Rooney is a weird little creep who looks like someone tried to make an obese baby out of a sponge. And there's a robot this time and some Freudian MILF business going on. And hey! Did you know someone did a DTV "remake" of the original Silent Night, Deadly Night in 2012 starring Malcolm McDowell? Shocking Twist: It has almost nothing to do with the first film or any of the sequels. Merry Christmas, I guess.Support Optimism Vaccine on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/optimismvaccine
To help ring in the New Year, we're giving you more than just the tip when it comes to a Patreon teaser. We're releasing the teaser of all teasers with a collection of clips from Patreon-exclusive content from 2022! Full episode links and required Patreon tier info below: Grizzly Man ($10 tier) The Mac ($5 tier) Uninvited Guest ($10 tier) Deep Blue Sea ($2 tier) Don't Be a Menace to South Central... ($5 tier) The Babadook ($15 tier) Jurassic World: Dominion ($5 tier) Spice World ($5 tier) Justin's Axel Rant ($2 tier) Pearl ($10 tier) Remember the Titans ($2 tier) Silent Night, Deadly Night ($15 tier) MP Links: - patreon.com/mediumpopcorn - youtube.com/@MediumPopcornPodcast - https://www.teepublic.com/stores/medium-popcorn Hosts: Brandon Collins Justin Brown Medium Popcorn Podcast
Students of SlashU, we come to the end of Season 5 of our podcast. Another year has come and gone. And we're finishing up both our season and the holidays with what has become an annual tradition. We're continuing the Silent Night, Deadly Night series with part 3, Better Watch Out. This movie continues the saga if the Caldwell family by picking up 6 years after Part 2. Ricky Caldwell is in a coma and he's being experimented upon by Dr. Newbury. The doctor is trying to see if people with psychic powers can communicate with people in comas. So why not try that out with a demented killer? Seems like nothing could go wrong. The poor, psychic, blind girl Laura ends up entangled in a psychic bond with Ricky who comes out of his coma and goes on another killing spree. We know this one sounds exciting. But sadly, it's not. That's why we do it though here at SlashU. They can't all be winners. Follow us on Instagram @SlashU_Podcast Check out www.SlashUPodcast.com for all our movies Email us at SlahsUPodcast@gmail.com Thanks to ZapSplat.Com for our Sound FX --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/slashu/support
Bill & Ashley's Terror Theater
Continuing with our Holidays of Horror, join us as we cover one of the most controversial Santa films of all time, 1984's Silent Night, Deadly Night. https://crookedmarquee.com/author/bill-briahttps://www.slashfilm.com/author/billbria/https://firstname.lastname@example.org@instagram.com @BATTpod on twitterBillBria@billbriaAshley@AshleyannCoffin
Analog Jones and the Temple of Film: VHS Podcast
Analog Jones wishes you a Merry Christmas with a lump of coal. Enjoy our review of Silent Night from 2012. After the review, we discuss Willow (2022), The Offer (2022), Dark (2017), and Black Adam (2022). Quick Facts Directed by Steven C. Miller Screenplay by Jayson Rothwell Based on Silent Night, Deadly Night by Charles E. Sellier Jr Distributed by Anchor Bay Films Released November 30, 2012 Budget: ? Box Office: $114, 633 Starring Malcolm McDowell as Sheriff James Cooper Jaime King as Deputy Aubrey Bradimore Konal Logue as Jim “Jail Santa” Epstein Ellen Wong as Brenda How to find Analog Jones Discuss these movies and more on our Facebook page. You can also listen to us on iTunes, iHeartRADIO, Podbean, and Youtube! Please email us at email@example.com with any comments or questions!
Join your host Austin and his special guests Ade and Mikey from the Slashers Podcast as they talk about their top 12 holiday horror movies. The conversation starts off with a brief discussion on the Silent Night, Deadly Night franchise, what they think about A Nightmare Before Christmas being deemed a Christmas movie and what holiday decorations are acceptable. After that, they move on to the top 12 lists. Listen as they count down to their number one favorite Christmas horror movie to watch during the season. Sit back, relax and enjoy the conversation! Stay Spooky! https://linktr.ee/frightmarespodcast firstname.lastname@example.org
This week Nikki and Kate watched Silent Night, Deadly Night and discussed Santa panics, the ambiguity of artistic genius vs. unintentional greatness, and candy cane weapons. Rated R Content warnings: Sexual assault, blood, gore, child abuse, cutting, strangling, gun violence, someone struggling to breathe, PTSD, ableism, jump scares You can check out all of the past episodes as well as our extended episode notes on the Just Ghoul With It website, www.justghoulwithitpod.com If you like what we're doing, rate and review us on Apple Podcasts- it really does help! You could also stop by our Patreon and check out ways to support! Our intro and outro music was composed by Anthony Rocazella, on instagram @puffthemagicbassist
Meowy Christmas! Check out our review of the Christmas Classic 'Silent Night, Deadly Night' on this episode.
Happy holidays! This week we are discussing the 1984 holiday horror classic SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT. With so much to unpack here, we decided to offer this special holiday episode without any ad breaks! Enjoy as we discuss how hot Billy is, why these nuns are flopping and if the movie succeeds in going in an over-the-top direction. Subscribe to our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/slashherpod Follow and rate us: https://allmylinks.com/slash-her-pod
Greg and Jenius close out their look into all things silent and deadly by talking Mickey Rooney and Silent Night, Deadly Night 5: The Toymaker! Housekeeping 00:00-15:00 SNDN5 15:00-END
Movie Meltdown - Episode 592 (For our Patreon "Horror Club") Bust out the hot cocoa and Christmas cookies and settle in as we discuss the controversial holiday horror “classic” Silent Night, Deadly Night. And while we try to decide just how to put “The Star Wars Holiday Special” into perspective for someone who hasn't seen it, we also bring up… Guillermo del Toro's Cabinet of Curiosities, Wednesday, Glorious, that creepy old mother superior nun, retail fantasies, Linnea Quigley, command strips, a fork to the gut, creating Catholic weirdos, Utah, who's gettin' it on at an orphanage, Charles E. Sellier Jr., FAO Schwarz, RoboSanta, talking through a glory hole, Tim Burton movies, child trauma, Bob Vila, not watching Troll, Jenna Ortega, hunting a human, merchandising nightmares, sledders, hanging out with The Doors, a murderous snowman, a Lovecraftian entity, who unlocked the door, homicidal maniac dressed as Santa, Jack Frost, Phil Donahue, dancing on a giant piano, the God-like level of Dolly Parton and being distracted by the toys. Spoiler Alert: Full spoilers for the 1984 film “Silent Night, Deadly Night”, so go watch the movie before you listen. “He's got his own traumatic Santa memory.”
Investigative journalist Lynzy Billing discusses her ProPublica investigation, which details the fatal activities and nightly raids by secretive, CIA-backed Afghan Zero Units special forces in Afghanistan.
Merry Happy Christmas from the boys as they talk about NOT doing a "Christmas Bracket" but still do their best to bring some holiday cheer. Randy doesn't participate, Clark dusts off a film from Christmas Past and Russell explores the fifth installment on one of the most prolific holiday horror franchises. Films: White Noise (2022), Bardo: False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths (2022), Who Slew Auntie Roo! (1972), Adult Swim Yule Log (2022), Bones and All (2022), Nutcracker Massacre (2022), Return of Krampus (2022), The Profane Exhibit (2013), A Serbian Film (2010), Anna and the Apocolypse (2017), Deadly Games (1989), Rare Exports (2010), Black Christmas (1974), Avatar: The Way of Water (2022), The Moose Head Over the Mantel (2017), Freeway II: Confessions of a Trickbaby (1999), Freeway (1996), A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010), Silent Night, Deadly Night 5: The Toy Maker (1991), Ice Cream Man (1995) Hey, we're on YouTube! Listening on an iPhone? Don't forget to rate us on iTunes! Fill our fe-mailbag by emailing us at OverlookHour@gmail.com Reach us on Instagram (@theoverlooktheatre) Facebook (@theoverlookhour) Twitter (@OverlookHour)
THIS WEEK: Silent Night, Deadly Night 3: Better Watch Out! (1989) and Silent Night, Deadly Night 4: Initiation After Silent Night, Deadly Night 2 was reduced to an underfunded clip show, you would think more sequels to the beloved holiday slasher would be unlikely. Shows what you know. As a testament to unexplained franchise resiliency, two more sequels quickly followed from the legendary Monte Hellman (with a twin peaks adjacent cast) and splatter god Brian Yuzna (with special effects from Screaming Mad George). Just for added fun, neither really has much to do with the rest of the franchise or Christmas. But hey, why would that matter?Support Optimism Vaccine on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/optimismvaccine
The Good, The Bad, and The Sequel
Happy Holidays, Sequel lovers! This week we are talking "Silent Night, Deadly Night 5: The Toymaker" which was one of the most mysterious sequels yet that had us guessing until the very end. This sequel gave us some great SFX, which is standard when a friend of the podcast Brian Yuzna is involved. We talked Mickey Rooney kicking ass, the weird toys, the terrible adults (like always), the not speaking trope, and more. This was a fun one for sure Watch the review at sequelsonly.com/SNDN5 Well, this is our last sequel of 2022 and the next episode will be our 250th! So, Jamie and I will look back at the sequel year that was 2022. Maybe a little trivia, clips, I don't know, but it will be a lot of fun Follow us on all social media @sequelsonly and our website is sequelsonly.com Review, rate, and share us with your friends, enemies, neighbors, exes, and even that annoying supermarket clerk!
It's almost Christmas Eve - the scariest damn night of the year! Well, at least that's what our supposedly comatose grandpa told us in our childhood that started the chain of events leading our adult trauma. But what are the holidays if not for the old wounds they rip open like wrapping paper? After all these years and 3 of the sequels, we're finally discussing the Yuletide classic SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT (1984) and are sad to inform you that you're all naughty... The only thing left is to PUNISH! If you like the show, be sure to Rate, Review & Subscribe! Email us at HMNPodcast@gmail.com Follow us on social media! Twitter: @hmnpodcast Instagram: @hmnpodcast Facebook Group: Horror Movie Night Podcast | FacebookDonate to our Patreon: Horror Movie Night Podcast | creating A Comedy Podcast about Horror Films | Patreon Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Did you make the naughty list this year? Silent Night, Bloody Night (1972), Silent Night, Deadly Night (1985), and Violent Night (2022). Please review us over on Apple Podcasts. Got comments or suggestions for new episodes? Email: email@example.com. Seek us out via Twitter and Instagram @ sddfilmpodcast Support our Patreon for $3 a month and get access to our exclusive show, Sudden Double Deep Cuts where we talk about our favourite movie soundtracks, scores and theme songs. We also have t-shirts available via our TeePublic store!
Welcome back to Morgan Hasn't Seen with Jeannine Brice & Morgan Robinson!! A child has a deeply traumatic experience with a man dressed as Santa Claus, and is not treated nicely in the orphanage he ends up at. It's not a surprise really when as an adult, he's forced to play a Santa at Christmas and it sends him on a phenomenally gory psychotic spree! Jeannine and Morgan are back with another nasty 80s Holiday Horror classic as they talk a new top tier slasher movie for Morgan; SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT (1984)! Our Youtube Channel for Monday Madness on video, Watchalongs, Live Discussions & more: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvACMX8jX1qQ5ClrGW53vow Donate: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/ItsAWonderful1 Join our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ItsAWonderful1 IT'S A WONDERFUL PODCAST STORE: https://its-a-wonderful-podcast.creator-spring.com/ Sub to the feed and download now on Anchor, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox, Amazon Music & more and be sure to rate, review and SHARE AROUND!! Keep up with us on Twitter: Podcast: https://twitter.com/ItsAWonderful1 Morgan: https://twitter.com/Th3PurpleDon Jeannine: https://twitter.com/JeannineDaBean Keep being wonderful!! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/itsawonderfulpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/itsawonderfulpodcast/support
Happy Holidays Ya Filthy Hooligans! Its that time again, & for this years XMas themed episode we discuss the fan favorite Silent Night, Deadly Night . And since it is the season of giving, we are releasing this episode an entire week early! Ho Ho Ho! Did this years festive flick have us saying”All Hail Santa!” or did it make us wish we had just gotten coal in our stocking? Press play now to find out.
linktr.ee/CatchingUpOnCinema This December is “Satanic Santa” month at Catching Up On Cinema! All month long, we'll be reviewing Christmas movies featuring murderous, rampaging Santa Claus! This week, Kyle and Trevor review Joe Begos', Christmas Bloody Christmas (2022)! Released as a Shudder Original on the streaming service of the same name, Christmas Bloody Christmas (2022) is a holiday themed slasher film from director Joe Begos. Originally conceived as (another) remake of Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984), Christmas Bloody Christmas, as it exists in its completed form, more closely resembles a remake of The Terminator (1984), solely due to the structure of its 3rd act, and inclusion of a tenacious, mechanical killer, rather than anything having to do with plot or execution. Possessed of a thin concept that is oddly reminiscent of Joe Dante's, Small Soldiers (1998), Christmas Bloody Christmas is a dirt simple, though unfortunately somewhat tedious slasher. Perhaps best presented as a 45 minute episode of Creepshow, rather than a feature length film, Christmas Bloody Christmas is unexpectedly talkie in its first half, featuring numerous overlong, scenes of bawdy, overlapping dialogue that are remarkably naturalistic in delivery and pacing, but utterly unwelcome in a film with a concept and aesthetic presentation such as this. Often a delight to look at, Christmas Bloody Christmas boasts fantastic set dressings and production design, featuring audacious and hyper-stylized lighting schemes that bathe each scene with gorgeous, or alternatively, hideous, splashes of color. Noisy, and maximalist in nature, Christmas Bloody Christmas betrays the promise of its aesthetics and rock stupid concept by failing to deliver in the execution of its kill sequences. Unexpectedly restrained in the guts and gore department, Christmas Bloody Christmas features no less than 3 instances of kills that are not just cut away from before the fluids start flowing, but unfairly teased as kills that have clear potential to deliver visceral thrills. At least one of the aforementioned kill-botches bears some evidence of perhaps being the result of a failed or incomplete practical effect, however this is just a guess from this reviewer. A flawed slasher that shows craft and verve in writing, lighting and performance, perhaps too much given the overly indulgent nature of its many dialogue sequences, Christmas Bloody Christmas is not a horror film without strengths, however for this reviewer, it is a film that needed many of its darlings killed, in favor of processing them into a leaner and more digestible package. MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY HOLIDAYS! Follow us on Instagram @catchinguponcinema Follow us on Twitter @CatchingCinema Like, share, subscribe, and we'll catch you next time!
The Podcast Under the Stairs brings you another Russian Roulette Franchise Retrospective. Welcome to the 20th Russian Roulette Retrospective. I have selected the Silent Night Deadly Night Series and over this episode we will face off guest hosts with this series . This episode features a reviews of Silent Night Deadly Night 5: The Toy Maker (1991) with guest Ricky Morgan & Silent Night (2012) with guest Lee Russell. Intro – 0 - 6mins 25secs Promo - 6mins 25secs - 7mins Silent Night Deadly Night 5 (1991) - 7mins - 39mins 50secs Silent Night (2012) - 39mins 50secs - 1hr 22mins 55secs Closing Out the Show - 1hr 22mins 55secs - End The grading follows the Netflix rating style of 1 = Hated It, 2 = Didn't Like It, 3 = Liked It, 4 = Really Liked It & 5 = Loved It Silent Night Deadly Night 5: Duncan: 3 Ricky: 3 Silent Night: Duncan: 3.5 Lee: 2.5 DUNCAN'S OFFICIAL RANKINGS Silent Night, Deadly Night Silent Night, Deadly Night 4: Initiation Silent Night Silent Night, Deadly Night 5: The Toy Maker Silent Night, Deadly Night 2 Silent Night, Deadly Night 3: Better Watch Out BUY OFFICIAL TPUTS MERCH FROM http://tputscast.bigcartel.com Check out the show on Anchor, iTunes, TuneIn & on Stitcher Radio. Please leave us feedback on iTunes, firstname.lastname@example.org and follow us on Facebook & Twitter.
The boys get into the holiday spirit as our video roundup dives us chimney deep into the yuletide terror of 1984's Silent Night, Deadly Night! What happens when exposure therapy backfires? How sharp do Christmas lights need to be to cut skin? Is mother really that superior? And how many December holiday killers are named Billy? These answers and more during the most Chuddifle time of the year! Make sure you're not on the naughty list by tuning in! Join the Patreon! Chuddle the Website! Follow the Chuddlers on social media! Discord https://discord.com/invite/VNYbfw8yUh Chuddle the Pod Twitter @chuddlethepod IG @chuddlethepod Bryan Twitter @chuddlethebryan IG @chuddlethebryan Sam Twitter @chuddlethesam IG @chuddlethesam Ross IG @chuddletheross Email: email@example.com
Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984) synopsis: “Little Billy witnesses his parents getting killed by Santa after being warned by his senile grandpa that Santa punishes those who are naughty. Now Billy is 18 and out of the orphanage, and he has just become Santa himself.”Starring: Lilyan Chauvin, Gilmer McCormick, Robert Brian Wilson, and Linnea QuigleyDirector: Charles E. Sellier Jr.This week on Podcasting After Dark, Corey wraps-up the holiday season with Silent Night, Deadly Night. The Christmas slasher that put Christmas slashers on the map lol! Silent Night, Deadly Night is a true cult classic of the 80s, complete with brutal kills, lots of nudity, and even mainstream controversy. But it also has a fantastic original soundtrack that Zak and Corey highly praise!Note the boys are reviewing the uncut version that Shout Factory put out on Blu-ray. As you'll hear on the review, they do recommend the theatrical cut over this one. Just putting that out there for all the listeners that like to watch the movie before listening.Silent Night, Deadly Night is our last proper review of the year. We'll catch you on the warm side of the door in 2023! Happy Holidays and have a safe new year's eve!— SUPPORT PODCASTING AFTER DARK —PATREON - Two extra shows a month including Wrap-Up After Dark and The Carpenter Factor, plus other exclusive content!MERCH STORE - We have a fully dedicated merch store at TeePublic with multiple designs and products!REDDIT - Join our growing Subreddit community!INSTAGRAM / FACEBOOK - Follow us on social media for updates and announcements!Purchase 7 WINTERS ALONE on Amazon: HARDCOVER / PAPERBACK / KINDLEThis podcast is part of the BFOP Network
Happy Holidays, Goons! For this Deadly December, we decided to cover all of the Silent Night, Deadly Night films, plus the remake, for our Christmas slash holiday episode. We have a packed house this episode, with Ade, Mikey, Jason and Doug being joined by Micah, to talk about all 5 of these controversial Christmas horror classics, and finishing off with the remake from 2012. Brian Yuzna is actually responsible for some of these, and the first and sequels feature actors such as Linnea Quigley, Clint Howard, Mickey Rooney, Jaime King, Malcolm McDowell, Brendan Fehr, Donal Logue and more! If you haven't seen any of them, you can actually stream them all right now through Shudder and Tubi. We recommend viewing before you dive into this one. Let us know your favorite installment in the comments! As a reminder, as a bonus, if you sign up for our Patreon during the month of December, we are allowing new members to request a movie for us to cover! So if you want to hear something, show us some love! Don't forget to show Micah and Greg some love for their podcast, Damn That's Scary! You can listen to the Damn That's Scary podcast by following this link: linktr.ee/damnthatsscarypod and following them on Instagram @damnthatsscarypod. Thanks for the collab this month! If you ever have feedback or recommendations on future episodes, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can always find us on our social media: Instagram, Twitter, Slasher App: @slasherspod Facebook: /slasherspod Reddit: u/slasherspod https://www.youtube.com/c/slasherspodcast You can find our merch, and links to all our online presence here: linktr.ee/slasherspod Theme song is I wanna Die by Mini Meltdowns. https://open.spotify.com/artist/5ZAk6lUDsaJj8EAhrhzZnh ; https://minimeltdowns.bandcamp.com/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/slasherspod/support
Ho Ho Holy shit, what a bad movie?! This week, as is tradition, Desmond and Duane ring in the holiday season with a review of a Christmas horror film. This week, it's David Hess's first and only film as a director: To All a Good Night. But, because the movie pretty much blows, they instead rundown their own favorite Christmas horror films in an impromptu double Dread Media Top 5 tucked into a review. Then, Duane has been telling Desmond to watch Better Watch Out for years, so he finally does and gives a short review of that much better film. And of course, we pay tribute to one of the greatest film composers of all-time. Carols included: "Snow Dome Dreams" by Angelo Badalamenti (RIP), "No Presents for Christmas" by King Diamond, "Merry Christmas (I Don't Want to Fight Tonight)" by The Ramones, and, of course, "Silent Night, Deadly Night (acoustic)" by The Browns. Send feedback to: email@example.com. Follow @DevilDinosaurJr and @dreadmedia on Twitter! Join the Facebook group! Support the show at www.patreon.com/dreadmedia. Visit www.desmondreddick.com, www.stayscary.wordpress.com, www.dreadmedia.bandcamp.com, www.kccinephile.com, and www.dejasdomicileofdread.blogspot.com.
In this episode, Charles (@charlesrockhill) and Reed (@reedblackcomics) discuss Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984). Follow us: Socials & Email firstname.lastname@example.org Please leave a rating/review if you have a moment. It's a free way to help the show grow! Dirty Little Horror is an LGBT Horror podcast where we try to find the gay subtext and make spooky dick jokes! Opening instrumental: Karl Casey @ White Bat Audio
More like recycle day! Jay, Ron, and Lindsey decorate the podcast with Silent Night, Deadly Night 2 (1987). --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/filmstrip/support
Scream Queens "Horror Movie Road Trip" Podcast
Hayley and Kathryn play fun holiday game guessing the Christmas/Horror movie. If you have any spooky, creepy, or just straight up odd stories or tales that you want us to read during Campfire Stories episodes, send them to us on our Instagram or Facebook ( @saturdaysarefortheghouls ). This podcast is part of the Podmoth Network. https://podmoth.network/ Join us EVERY Saturday for your weekly dose of spooky! Check out the Bad Acts Podcast from the Podmoth Network.
Join the boys as they break down the 2012 holiday horror flick, Silent Night, and deem it naughty or nice.Silent Night is directed by Steven C. Miller and stars Malcolm McDowell and Jaime King. A young Deputy of a small midwestern town investigates a string of heinous murders done by a killer dressed as Santa Claus. Not scared yet? You will be with a free month of Shudder streaming service, just use code "FINALBOYS" at check out to start your month of sleepless nights..........................................................Stay up to date and follow us on twitter and Instagram @thefinalboysSend us your spooky listener stories at www.thefinalboys.comIntro music done by @twin_crab
Greg and Jenius continue to celebrate all things silent and deadly and they're getting real weird as they talk Silent Night, Deadly Night 4: Initiation!
On this special episode of Corpse Club, guest host and Daily Dead Senior Contributor James Doherty celebrates 10 years of Silent Night (the 2012 remake of 1984's Silent Night, Deadly Night) by talking with director Steven C. Miller, producer Shara Kay, and the film's legendary star, Malcolm McDowell!
"You've made it through Halloween, now try and survive Christmas." In this week's episode, we discuss the movie that was pulled from theaters because of its controversial nature, 'Silent Night, Deadly Night.' The movie stars Lilyan Chauvin, Gilmer McCormick and Robert Brian Wilson. And we are joined by Patrick J. Doody, Executive Producer of the Emmy Nominated Netflix Baking Competition Series 'Nailed It!'Silent Night, Deadly Night - IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0088117/?ref_=hm_rvi_tt_i_3Silent Night, Deadly Night trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dSQ9fqci_6ESilent Night, Deadly Night - Rotten Tomatoes: https://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/1018989-silent_night_deadly_night Check out Nailed It!: https://www.netflix.com/title/80179138Patrick J Doody on Twitter: https://twitter.com/PatrickJDoody Discover Yourself in Hollywood with Lilyan Chauvin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XhrREOc9lHUBill's Letterboxd Ratings: httprees://letterboxd.com/bill_b/list/bills-all-80s-movies-podcast-ratings/Jason's Letterboxd Ratings: https://letterboxd.com/jasonmasek/list/jasons-all-80s-movies-podcast-ratings/ Win a "Silent Night, Deadly Night" board game from our guest host Patrick J. Doody! Must be at least 18 years of age and live in the United States. Create at least a 30-second video showing your fandom for 'Silent Night, Deadly Night.' Upload your video on Twitter, retweeting the "All '80s Movies Podcast" tweet promoting the 'Silent Night, Deadly Night' episode and make sure to tag Patrick J Doody (@PatrickJDoody). Patrick will then choose his top 5 videos and randomly draw the winner. Posts must be received by Friday, January 6. Now make sure your videos are not too "Naughty" or else you will have to be "Punished!" Good Luck.
THIS WEEK: Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984) and Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2 (1987)This year, you made it through David Gordon Green's Halloween. But can you survive three decades of Silent Night, Deadly Night?Probably!The first two movies are pretty great, actually. Find out why one is a stone-cold second-wave slasher classic and the other transcends meme-ification and a money-grab clip show structure to become something extraordinary.Support Optimism Vaccine on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/optimismvaccine
The Good, The Bad, and The Sequel
Happy Holidays Sequel Lovers! The next sequel we are reviewing is "Silent Night, Deadly Night 5" and for it, I interviewed Actor Van Quattro who is the father who dies during the opening scene of the movie. Van talked about growing up in LA but having no clue that he would become an actor. Van talked about working on LA Bounty, Fight Club, theater, his world travels, his books, and more. Watch the unedited interview at sequelsonly.com/vanquattro Van's IMDb https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0703013/?ref_=nm_mv_close Van's book links are below: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0927WS6FL Love Lucky Love Lucky I had a restless heart, a nasty desire to be loved, and a wandering spirit. I had barely been out of my home tow... When We Get Married (Love Lucky Book 2) When We Get Married (Love Lucky Book 2) Just a few short years after Love Lucky I was ready to take on Los Angeles and find my true love, but I ran into... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07QSBZW1C Love Lucky (Life Book 1) Next up is our review of "Silent Night Deadly Night 5 " which is free on Tubi and it makes me question off-market toys as gifts this holiday season. Follow us on all social media @sequelsonly and our website is sequelsonly.com Review, rate, and share us with your friends, enemies, neighbors, exes, and even that annoying supermarket clerk!
Meet Matt! He is here every week just a little bit late. He is going to review a comic from last week and let you now if you should hunt it down while there is still time on the new comic shelves. This week (12/15/22) he tackles a holiday classic in Silent Night, Deadly Night issue #1 from American Mythologies. Go Santa! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/capesandscowls/support
Support us on Patreon http://patreon.com/IncrediblyHandsomeIt's Christmas Eve and a lowly robot tasked with maintaining a family's home has plans beyond playing Santa Claus this year...Operation Deadly Night by Keith TomlinGet Cool Merchandise https://weeklyspooky.storenvy.comContact Us/Submit a Storytwitter.com/WeeklySpookyfacebook.com/WeeklySpookyWeeklySpooky@gmail.comMusic by Ray Mattis http://raymattispresents.bandcamp.comExecutive Producer Rob FieldsProduced by Daniel WilderThis episode sponsored by HenFlix.comFor everything else visit WeeklySpooky.com
Halloweenies: A Freddy Krueger Podcast
Here's a preview of our all-new Patreon exclusive commentary track that finds the Halloweenies talking all over 1987's Silent Night, Deadly Night 2. Want more? Head on over to www.patreon.com/halloweeniespod and become a Patron for more exclusive bonus content!Follow us on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
We're here with bells on for the holiday tradition that is another installment of the Silent Night, Deadly Night series! Pinnochio retelling, Mickey Rooney, and rocket skates! What else do you need? Two buzzed guys talking about the above? Consider it our gift to you!Look at us on InstagramFollow us on TwitterHit us up with comments and suggestions at email@example.comRate! Review! Recommend!
The Relic Radio Show (old time radio)
The Relic Radio Show begins with High Adventure this week. We'll hear Silent Night, Deadly Night, their broadcast from December 20, 1980. (26:52) Rocky Jordan closes out this episode with Adventure With Andrea, his story from September 11, 1949. https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr12022/RelicRadio819.mp3 Download RelicRadio819 The Relic Radio Show is made possible by your support. If you'd [...]
Our trek into the Silent Night, Deadly Night franchise continues and we take an interesting turn into Better Watch Out!
Brian and Phil discuss these Christmas classics (maybe?). It's the French movie with 4 names, Deadly Night or Dial Code Santa or a couple others, paired with the brand new Deadly Night with David Harbour. We're bringing in the Christmas spirit with a sledgehammer!
Karissa is back to officially kick off The War on Xmas with 80's slasher Silent Night, Deadly Night! Her and the boys talk about weddings, Santa scaries, and go UGH a lot. Movie discussed: Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984) If you enjoy the Overtalking Podcast, please RATE and especially REVIEW on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen! Visit our website at overtalkingpod.party Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @overtalkingpod Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call and leave us a message at (872) 228-1591 Theme song by Justin Peters Logo by Nate Richards, check him out on Instagram @naterichardsdesigns
Halloweenies: A Freddy Krueger Podcast
It's the first proper week of December, so we thought: Why not give you all a holiday treat? That's why we're unlocking our feature-length commentary for Charles E. Sellier Jr.'s psychological slasher film Silent Night, Deadly Night. Now, this isn't some clip, this is the real deal. So, feel free to invite your own gang over and join us at Ira's Toys as we talk all over the movie and get disciplined by Mother Superior. And if you want more of this kind of content -- including commentaries for Silent Night, Deadly Night 2 -- be sure to join our Patreon! Head on over to www.patreon.com/halloweeniespod!Follow us on Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.