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It's a Wonderful Slice

USA 2024
produced by
Joshua Salazar Fallat, Sandra Elaine, Ed Gage, Steven Natale, Leora Leon, Jeffrey Grinel, T.Q. Gaskins, Hart Fisher, Frank Lui Geo, Michael Moutsatsos (executive), James Lauver (executive), Phil Herman (executive), Clinton E. Wallace (executive), Natasha Chisdes (executive) for Dondi Inferno Productions, Photomundo International Entertainment, Herman Productions
directed by Michael Moutsatsos
starring Rick Ryan, Joshua Salazar Fallat, Jose Garcia, Sandra Elaine, Jeffrey Grinel, Anthony Graziano, Michael Moutsatsos, Leon Hogg, Fernada Maeda, Steven Natale, Sammy Sinn, Jonathan Arroyo
written and special effects makeup by Michael Moutsatsos

Santa Claus, Krampus

review by
Mike Haberfelner

The framing story is set in the woods where Saint Nick and the Krampus are residing. By and large, Krampus is seen as the bad guy, Santa the good one, but here, Santa's doing most of the killing. And this is already a cue for the stories to follow:

  • A Slay to Remember: Famous Hollywood celebrity Barrington takes his Christmas vacation off the grid, anonymously at a rather average vacation home somewhere in the mountains. And his host grants him just that, so much so that the two men get quite friendly. Only one of them's a psycho in a Santa costume ...
  • Here Wolfie Wolf: On a walk through the woods, two filmmakers discuss making a werewolf movie. Thing is, one of them's actually a (weirdly enough Santa-themed) werewolf ...
  • Santa's Got an Axe to Grind:Two unsuspecting, innocent hikers have made their way into psycho Santa's woods ...
  • Demonic Intentions: Just because he was born on the 25th of December, a man has become the prime target of evil Santa - who might be merely in his head, but who also might be lethally real ...
  • A Doll to Die For: A 25 year old woman is so angry at Santa for not getting a certain doll year after year after year she kidnaps a shopping mall Santa to torture the doll out of him ...

A fun Christmas-themed horror anthology, and one that, without going full-out comedy, doesn't it take itself too seriously, accepts its occasional ridiculousness as part of the game, yet has some solid stories to tell. Now sure, in both story and execution this film might be on the grindhouse side of things, but it appears that was intentionally so, and that approach sure has its very own charm. But what really makes this film is that it never veers from its evil Santa theme but embraces it rather whole-heartedly - and has its dear fun with it that will strike a chord with all self-respecting indie horror fans.


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In times of uncertainty of a possible zombie outbreak, a woman has to decide between two men - only one of them's one of the undead.


There's No Such Thing as Zombies
Luana Ribeira, Rudy Barrow and Rami Hilmi
special appearances by
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directed by
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written by
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