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December 14th, 2011 12:01 am AP KRYZA | Brew Views

Brew Views: Silent Night, Deadly Night

Bowl full of jelly.


There are some cinematic memories that warm our hearts every Christmas, bringing cheer with each viewing. Little Virginia finding out that indeed, there is a Santa Claus. George Bailey realizing how truly wonderful life can be. A deranged, sexually repressed psychopath in a Santa suit making kebabs out of gratuitously naked ladies. Silent Night, Deadly Night is by no means a good movie, which should be evident by the fact that it’s a slasher flick made in 1984, a time when the Friday the 13th ripoffs piled up quicker than dead sorority girls. Still, there’s a great deal of guilty pleasure to be had watching a Santa-clad mental case, with a vested childhood fear of Papa Noel, hack his way through a horde of naughty and naked holiday cheesecakes for 80 gruesome minutes. Showing at: Hollywood Theatre, 7:30 pm Tuesday, Dec. 20.

  • Best paired with: New Belgium Sunshine Wheat.
  • Also showing: Take Shelter (Laurelhurst).
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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