The Nights Before Christmas -‘Tis the Season | KT Review

Well, ’tis the season! You better watch out for The Nights Before Christmas, it’ll take you on a wicked sleigh ride.

The Nights Before Christmas

The Nights Before Christmas

In the run-up to Christmas, a murderous Santa and Mrs Claus play a Cat & Mouse game with FBI Special Agent Natalie Parker. Tasked with tracking the pair of psychotic serial killers as the body count rises, she discovers the couple met in and escaped from an asylum.


Directed by Paul Tanter (Easy D, Blue Collar Hooligan). And starring Kate Schroder (Killing the Cure, Spinning Out), Simon Phillips (Gehenna: Where Death Lives, Age of the Living Dead). Sayla De Goede (Lucky Day, Watchmen), Keegan Chambers (The Final Ride, Art of Obsession), and Anne-Carolyne Binette (The Scarlet Vultures, Stealing Chaplin).

The Nights Before Christmas

Review Conclusion

This one might have to go on the yearly watch list: A wickedly dark and festive fun-filled movie. Lots of Santa, lots of twinkles, and lots of blood. He has an actual list and is very persistently (and messily) making his way through it. As twisted as the Christmas lights when you pull them out of the loft, this movie dishes out surprises when you’re least expecting them and offers up an extra helping of revenge. If you’re looking for something just a little bit different for your holiday viewing, check this one out.

4 stars 

The Nights Before Christmas is available on DVD and all major home entertainment platforms from 2nd November in the UK through Kaleidoscope Entertainment. The U.S, Australia and New Zealand will see it released in December.

The Nights Before Christmas

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