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Deadly Little Christmas

USA 2009
produced by
David S. Sterling for Sterling Home Entertainment
directed by Novin Shakiba
starring Monique La Barr, Leah Grimsson, Felissa Rose, Anthony Campanello, Samuel Nathan Hoffmire, Eric Fischer, Charlotte Barrielle, Scarlett Shae, Shane Carther Thomas, Douglas Myers, Noa Geller, Barbara Jean Barrielle, Grant Keledjian, Alan Morataya, Jay Moreno, Lynne Newton, Jed Rowen, Kaypri, Manuel A. Ruiz Garcia, Patrick Heng, Emery Wheeler
idea by David S. Sterling, screenplay by Jeremiah Campbell, Novin Shakiba, music by Jason Peri, special effects makeup by Shaun Martin, Corey Webber

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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15 years ago, little Devin (Shane Carther Thomas) has killed his father (Douglas Myers) on Christmas Eve. Since then he has spent his life in a catatonic state at an asylum - but after all these years Devin (now played by Samuel Nathan Hoffmire) has broken out ... and a masked maniac starts killing off the friends of his sisters (Monique La Barr, Leah Grimsson), who are currently preparing a Christmas play at the community center - and of course they freak out when they learn that Devin has broken out of the asylum. But when Devin turns up at the center, he proves to be a rather likeable fellow, while his mum (Felissa Rose) turns out to be the real psycho, who hasn't only killed her daughters' friends but also her own hubby 15 years ago because he was shagging the au pair (Noa Geller), and she only later made Devin admit to it to save herself from punishment. Devin and his sisters manage to take care of mad mum though, and in the end he emerges the hero of the day.


Low budget slasher that has Halloween written all over it, and apart from presenting mum as the killer in a surprise twist ending (which is way more predictable than the filmmakers intended though), the film has little to add to its blueprint. A few interesting characters (interesting only by slasher standards though) and ok performances (again, by slasher standards) make this at least watchable but can't save the film from pointlessness.


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