WARNING: THIS “FILM” CONTAINS VIOLENT RAPE SCENES FROM ALMOST EVERY MALE CHARACTER IN ALMOST EVERY SCENE FROM MINUTE(s) 0 TO 98.
It’s the day John and Matt discuss Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2! (Also, it’s garbage day, don’t forget to put out the bins.)
In this unintentionally hilarious horror movie, a younger brother, Ricky, tries to fill in the boots of his older serial killer brother, Billy.
Try to follow along as Ricky lovingly regales us with extremely vivid memories of his older brother for whom he has an uneasying fondess for nearly half the movie.
Experience the mild stroke-having performance of Eric Freeman as his eyebrows twitch this unlikeable and redundant character into our hearts and minds for years to come.
Watch in terror as Ricky gets majorly triggered by some nuns and then a red blanket or something.
Try to explain for yourself how these two brothers end up assuming the exact same serial killer identity (Santa Claus… kind of) even though one of them (Ricky) should have been way less traumatized by the events.
There truly is no substitute for Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2, a movie that absolutely didn’t need to be made.
Music graciously provided by Ron Jenkees, check out his iTunes page if you dig his sound as much as we do: NAUGHTY!