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Todd Nunes & Jessica Cameron’s “Top 10 Christmas Slashers”

 

DON'T OPEN TIL CHRISTMAS

DON’T OPEN TIL CHRISTMAS

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! All horror fans get an evil smirk on their faces because they know shortly after all hallows eve ends holiday glee is approaching. For years screens big and small have been laced with holiday horror slashers films with one of our personal favorites being the timeless classic BLACK CHRISTMAS. Last year was KRAMPUS heavy so we are so excited to see this list from two of  our favorites in Todd Nunes and Jessica Cameron. They released the video for the list earlier this month but we felt it was fitting to put out today on Christmas Eve to give you a few more films to stock your stuffing before you open your presents. Enjoy and Happy Holidays from Horror Movies Uncut!

Sharpen your reindeer antlers and get ready for a very scary Christmas. A new video short with Scream Queen Jessica Cameron (TRUTH OR DARE) and writer/director Todd Nunes (ALL THROUGH THE HOUSE) showcases the duo’s favorite Christmas slasher films, with Nunes’ ALL THROUGH THE HOUSE sitting on the sidelines (due to obvious bias). The video Top-10 list coincides with the VOD and DVD/Blu-ray release of ALL THROUGH THE HOUSE, featuring Jessica Cameron and starring Ashley Mary Nunes.

 

“Top-10 List of Xmas Slashers”:

Join Jessica Cameron and Todd Nunes’ as they sit in front of a roaring fireplace and exchange playful banter about holiday horror movies. Count down their top ten Christmas slasher favorites including: JACK FROST (1998), SILENT NIGHT DEADLY NIGHT (1984), and BLACK CHRISTMAS (1974).

 

“The holiday horror sub- genre is near and dear to my heart. What’s scarier then your worst nightmare unfolding during the happiest time of the year?” says Scream Queen Jessica Cameron. “Our Top 10 list includes some of my favorite films, minus my role in ALL THROUGH THE HOUSE, since that obviously my #1 Santa slasher. Watch it with your horror loving friends and family and I’m certain it will make your Top 10 list too!”

 

“There has been a recent boom in holiday horror movies,” says writer/director Todd Nunes. “I’m excited that ALL THROUGH THE HOUSE is part of the new generation of Christmas slasher films. This Top 10 list celebrates the bloody movies that have inspired me as a filmmaker and paved the way for today’s yuletide slashers.”

 

Hot off the festival circuit, ALL THROUGH THE HOUSE has received 20 nominations and nine awards including: Best Slasher, Best Editing, and Audience Choice Award (RIP Horror Film Festival, Hollywood, CA), Best Director (Hardcore Horror Fest, Chicago, IL), Best Local Feature (Another Hole in the Head, San Francisco, CA), and Best Supporting Actress (Action on Film Festival, Monrovia, CA). The film stars Ashley Mary Nunes (SYFY’S ROBOT COMBAT LEAGUE), Jessica Cameron (TRUTH OR DARE), Jennifer Wenger (TALES OF HALLOWEEN), and Lito Velasco (NEVER SLEEP AGAIN: THE ELM STREET LEGACY). The film’s gory special effects were created by Tommy Pietch of SYFY’S FACE OFF and STAR TREK: RENEGADES.

 

ALL THROUGH THE HOUSE Synopsis: Fifteen years ago, a peaceful Christmas neighborhood was engulfed by fear when five-year-old Jamie Garrett was mysteriously taken from her bedroom, never to be seen again. Now on Christmas break, Rachel Kimmel comes home from college to find her neighborhood struck again by a reign of terror. A violent killer is hiding behind a grisly Santa mask, leaving a bloody trail of slaughtered women and castrated men on the steps of the Garrett house. Rachel finds herself in a horrifying nightmare as she discovers the twisted secret behind the mask.

 

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