By: Trevor Chartrand While the concept of a homicidal Santa Claus has certainly been explored in slasher films like Santa’s Slay and Silent Night, Deadly Night, director Paul Tanter has found a surprisingly fresh approach to the ‘Killer Claus’ trope in Once Upon a Time at Christmas. This fun and festive Canadian B-movie will give viewers a reason to keep the Christmas lights on overnight.
By: Jessica Goddard A Bad Moms Christmas, the holiday sequel to last year’s Bad Moms from the same writer/director team (Jon Lucas, Scott Moore) is generally fun, when it’s not trying to force sentimentality. It wouldn’t be accurate to say this movie takes itself seriously, but its insistence on crossing over into sappiness and raunchiness when it runs out of comedy is lazy and unfortunate.
The Night Before is a messy film. Luckily, it’s a very funny mess.
Bill Murray’s idolatry exists because – for the most part – he’s unaware of it. His humbleness threads through his film roles and who he is outside of the cinema. It’s why we don’t roll our eyes when he’s crooning up a storm or when we see a viral video of Bill crashing someone’s wedding. He knows of his popularity, but he doesn’t bother to dissect it.
T’was the night before Christmas in the Big Apple – NYC. A van struck a hydro box, and made obnoxious people plea.