Black Christmas

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Lauren

One of my favorite Christmas horror movies. A solid slasher film that is genuinely creepy and wonderfully 70's. Margot Kidder is also fantastic.

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Matthew

A genuinely frightening slasher film that, paradoxically, has an evocative Christmas atmosphere. Margot Kidder is very funny and memorable as a wise-cracking and foul mouthed sorority sister.

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