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Black Christmas

(1974) R 93min.
 
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Although this Canadian production saw its widest U.S. cable TV distribution in the early '80s (primarily under the title Stranger in the House) to capitalize on the phenomenal success of Halloween and its offspring, this effective suspense-thriller ... Read More
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Jessica Bradford
Peter Smythe
Barbie Coard
Phyllis Carlson
Lieutenant Kenneth Fuller
Mrs. Mac
Mr. Harrison
Sgt. Nash
Mrs. Quaife
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August 13, 2008
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"She's my family now. Everyone should be home for Christmas! I'll be home for Christmas, and I'm going to bury the hatchet in your head."Black Chritmas is cult classic. Forget halloween this movie is much more scary. It has to be one of my top ten horror movies, it also has one of my favorite endings!

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