Black Christmas in the cinema as early as December 11.
Christmas will be bloody this year thanks to Black Christmas. In this new production Blumhouse (Happy Birthdead, Get Out, Split), students, a american campus are being chased by a mysterious serial killer during the Christmas holidays. But the question for them to let it go. Here are 3 good reasons to go to the cinema to see Black Christmas in our rooms since 11 December.
Black Christmas is the first film Blumhouse directed and written by women. Sophia Takal is in charge of the staging, and Alice Wolfe is the scenario. As for the scenario, it puts always in front of the young girls who are not willing to be cut by a psychopath on Christmas eve. Here are 3 reasons to go see it.
Are you tired of the Christmas movies gentillets
Christmas you inflate ? This good mood is not obligated to, these songs runny, the decorations glittering, the “magic” of December you is unbearable, and makes you want to slaughter your friends and family ? Do not move ! Or rather, if and go to the cinema to see Black Christmas in the cinema. This slasher is for those who can no longer bear the spirit of Christmas.
You love Christmas
You love Christmas. Every year you wait for this time of year with excitement for the illuminations in the streets, christmas trees with multicolored ornaments, garlands, and sugars of barley, the gifts and the traditional photo on santa’s lap. Don’t worry Black Christmas is also for you. Because more than a horror film, this new production Blumhouse plays with the codes of Christmas and do not lack humor. In the manner of a Happy Birthdead.
Imogen Poots, your future favorite actress
The third reason to run see Black Christmas has the name of Imogen Poots. The british actress of 30 years has been young ado in V For Vendetta and 28 weeks later. It has recently been seen in the series Roadies, and the film the Green Room (where a group of rock-faced neo nazis).
For Black Christmas, Imogen Poots , decided not to be a victim. Even in the face of a psychopath who trucide his girlfriends. “I loved making this movie,” she confides to the magazine Forbes. “Cas it was shot in New Zealand and it is supposed to be Christmas in the story, a guy named Sven spent his time with a snow canon. There was something magical about it even if I was pursued by a killer, sadist, and that I had to do stunts.” The snow will be red this year at Christmas.
Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Bobr Times, Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my firstname.lastname@example.org 1-800-268-7116