Santa's been very naughty in these new images for SILENT NIGHT

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We’re getting closer and closer to Christmas time, and you know what that means: Boney M! Soon your eardrums will get murdered one pah-rahpahpahm-pahm at a time.

Coincidentally, another spree of mass Christmas violence is also around the corner as the remake of 1984 slasher film Silent Night, Deadly Night – now just titled Silent Night – will be getting a limited release soon. And judging by these images, ol’ Saint Nick himself should be right on top of his naughty list.

A small-town sheriff and deputy go on the hunt for a murderous Santa Claus terrorizing their community on Christmas Eve. But with the streets full of Santas for the annual Christmas parade, the killer is hiding in plain sight. He’s made his list, checked it twice, and the naughty are going to pay with their lives.

Malcolm McDowell has been keeping a pretty low profile recently as far as big screen movies are concerned, mainly doing work on TV, but a quick glance at his IMDB page reveals that he’ll be ramping up his workload very soon, with a number of projects either about to be released or busy in post production.

But first it looks like he and Jaime King (Hart of Dixie, Star Wars: The Clone Wars) have themselves a not so jolly man in a red suit to catch.

Silent Night will be receiving a limited theatrical release on November 30th, but then will also be made available from December 4th on DVD and Blu Ray, so that you can bring the mayhem home just in time for Christmas.

And remember, if given a choice between getting somebody a Boney M CD or this, this is less violent.

Last Updated: October 25, 2012

Kervyn Cloete

A man of many passions - but very little sleep - I've been geeking out over movies, video games, comics, books, anime, TV series and lemon meringues as far back as I can remember. So show up for the geeky insight, stay for the delicious pastries.

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