Silent Night, Deadly Night

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Podcast Release Date:
Nov 27, 2012

Silent Night, Deadly Night Series Episode 1

Santa punishes those who haven’t listened to the latest Now Playing!

In November, 1984 one of the most famous movie slashers hit theaters–Freddy Kruger. But that same day, another serial killer film was released that drew far more attention and ire–Silent Night, Deadly Night. Outside theaters across the country people protested the film featuring a bloodthirsty man in a Santa suit, and the film was quickly pulled from theaters. But over the years it has become a cult favorite horror film, spawning several sequels and, this year, a remake. Join Now Playing hosts Marjorie, Arnie, and Stuart as they watch and review this 1984 classic. Is this movie naughty or nice? Listen to find out!

Explicit: This is an uncensored podcast which may contain strong language and adult content that is not appropriate for all ages.

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Movie Details

Series
Silent Night Deadly Night
Original Title
Silent Night, Deadly Night
Title
Silent Night, Deadly Night
Director
Charles E. Sellier Jr.
Author
Producer
Ira Barmak
Writer
Michael Hickey
Actors
Lilyan Chauvin, Gilmer McCormick, Toni Nero, Robert Brian Wilson, Britt Leach, Nancy Borgenicht, H.E.D. Redford, Danny Wagner, Linnea Quigley, Leo Geter, Randy Stumpf, Will Hare, Tara Buckman, Geoff Hansen, Charles Dierkop, Eric Hart, Jonathan Best, A. Madeline Smith, Richard C. Terry, Amy Styvesant, Max Robinson, Vinc Massa, John Michael Alvarez, John Bishop, Oscar Rowland, Richard D. Clark, Tip Boxell, Angela Montoya, Molly Cameron, Jayne Luke, Joan Forster, Betsy Nagel, Barbara Stafford, Paul Mulder, Spencer Ashby, J. Paul Broadhead, Alex Burton, Max Broadhead, Melissa Best, Dan Rogers, Judith Roberts, Don Shanks, Aron Kincaid
Runtime
1 h 19 min
Release Date
9 November 1984
Genres
Thriller, Horror
Overview
Little Billy witnesses his parents being brutally murdered by Santa. Years later, when he has to fill in for an absent in-store Santa Claus, his childhood trauma materializes once again.

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