A Christmas Nightmare 2001 Horror Movie Review
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and loaded with haunting images, this little thriller will keep you on the edge of your seat. The actor who played the husband didn’t do a good job, but Alice, the wife makes up for it. The reviewer before this says there isn’t gore…but there is implied gore…like a shovel on a wrist, and blood on white gowns.
Filmed with suspence in mind, the movie moves at a fast pace. The images are top notch, and the chills down right creepy at times. The ending on the lake, however, did not fit with the rest of the story and I took a star away because of that and the husband’s bad acting.
Special note: The most chilling scene is when the killer puts a bloody finger to his lips going “Shhhhhh….........”
About A Christmas Nightmare (2001)
A Christmas Nightmare
Gil Rasmussen, Tiffany Baker, Alan Waserman, Charlie Finelli, Jeff Coatney,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
95 minutesDirector: Vince Di Meglio,
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