Thursday, December 18, 2008

On The 18th Day Of Christmas...

Freddy In Space gave to me...

A very special public service announcement from Silent Night, Deadly Night!

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What does Santa do to those naughty boys and girls who decide to steal a sled right out from under a poor innocent good boy or girls bottom?

THIS!



Steal a sled...lose your head!

Who says horror movies can't have positive and uplifting messages?

I originally intended on posting the clip of Linnea Quigley getting hung to a wall on deer antlers but as I looked back on the scene, there was just way too much nudity in it and I thought it best to not upload that. Not because I want to shield all of your young eyes from such vulgarity, but because i've already been kicked off certain video hosting sites before and I really don't want it to happen again! So I figured a decapitation would more than suffice!

To check out the awesome opening of Silent Night, Deadly Night, head over to Day One of the countdown!

On a totally unrelated but equally important and self promoting note, head over to Benevolent Street where i've just posted an article letting you know how you too can smell like a serial killer! I say you too because I currently smell like one, although that has nothing to do with the cologne I talk about in that article...

5 comments:

Jigsaw said...

Yes this is a great film! My blog also posted about this too if your interested!
Silent night,Deadly Night

Jon said...

Yeah this movie rocks tits.

Johnny said...

Haha yes, yes it does

Jigsaw, checked out your blog and left a comment =)

Gore-Gore Girl said...

Man, I love this movie - my favourite Christmas horror movie (unless Gremlins counts as horror - which I guess it does). But Silent Night, Deadly Night 2...that might go down as the worst movie ever made, in general.

As for denying us Linnea Quigley - how awesome is it that boobs are more damaging, and more likely to get you kicked off, than antlers slammed through a body, or a kid's head being cut off. Sigh.

Johnny said...

It truly is bizarre, isnt it? YouTube's got some pretty strange policies. People have full movies uploaded on there and I get booted for uploading a 20 second clip from a foreign 80's horror flick. Go figure...