Black Christmas? Who wants to see a movie like that?

@mfrancq (1808)
United States
December 14, 2006 1:08pm CST
What is with this movie? Who wants to go, on christmas day of all days, to go see a scary movie called Black Christmas? Are they nuts? Is the film industry running out of ideas or something? What do you think?
5 responses
@leese29 (340)
• United States
14 Dec 06
I thought the same thing who would watch something like that on Christmas. I am not against the movie I will probably rent it when it comes out on DVD but I can't see myself watching something like that on Christams Day.
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@mfrancq (1808)
• United States
15 Dec 06
I'm not totally against the movie either, just very unappropriate for Christmas day. Now, I won't be going out to rent or buy it when it comes out, but that is just because I am a big chicken and can't stand scary movies! No thanks! hehe Thanks for the comment.
@badkat83 (1621)
• United States
14 Dec 06
i thought so too when i saw the commercial, but if you go to the video section there are tons of scary christmas movies that i have never heard of. i won't be there xmas.
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@mfrancq (1808)
• United States
15 Dec 06
I won't either. I mean, it drives me nuts that there is almost nothing out right now but scary movies..but why did they have to make one for christmas day? I just don't get it. I'm only twenty five and I feel so old, I catch myself shaking my head and saying, "These young people today, what are they thinking?" hehe Too funny! Thanks for the response!
• El Salvador
19 Dec 06
I don't want to see this movie at all! It looks so creepy and scary. Not something I want to associate Christmas with.
• United States
19 Dec 06
I have no idea what this movie is, or do I want to find out. It sounds vile. The movie industry tries to please the public to make money. I guess they seem to think this will work.
@findcutegj (1466)
• India
16 Dec 06
BLACK CHRISTMAS is almost minimalism horror cinema, yet that restraint is inarguably part of the charm that makes the film not only still relevant, but still unsettling today. Someone much smarter than I said “they don’t make ‘em like they used to”