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      Letters to Satan Claus

      2020 2h 0m Holiday Horror Comedy TRAILER for Letters to Satan Claus: Trailer 2 List Letters to Satan Claus: Trailer 2 Letters to Satan Claus: Trailer 2 0:29 Letters to Satan Claus: Trailer 1 Letters to Satan Claus: Trailer 1 1:06 View more videos
      Reviews 69% Audience Score Fewer than 50 Ratings A journalist must confront her past when Satan returns to her hometown to put a damper on the holidays. Read More Read Less

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      David Reddish Queerty The mix of humor and horror is an acquired taste to be sure, though viewers underwhelmed by the other litany of LGBTQ-centric holiday films this season should enjoy the anarchy of it all just as much as we did. Rated: 3/4 Mar 13, 2022 Full Review Read all reviews

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      robert p Lot's of people comment that this comedy/horror movie is a take on Hallmark movies but its spiced up a bit by adding gay couple and a pitiful ending. The special effects were cheesy so this must be a low budget movie. P.S. it got so hokey towards the ending that I thought the Christmas Cheer might make me puke!! Rated 2 out of 5 stars 03/31/23 Full Review Audience Member If I could give this movie zero stars I would. I knew it would be different based on the title and being on scify but my god is it bad. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 01/23/23 Full Review Audience Member ...this movie is a wickedly snarky & profane 'Roast' of Every cliche in Every sappy, formulaic Hallmark Magical Holiday Romance movie ever made! A spoiled little girl's rash anger with her financially-struggling parents - combined with a misspelled salutation to Santa in her Xmas Wish Letter - results in a 'dismember-able' Christmas morning... Fast-Forward 22 years, to the still-spoiled/now hard-bitten TV reporter assigned to cover a 'Seasonal Interest' story back in the home town she'd put behind her. But her past Literally returns to haunt her... The cloven-footprints left in the indoor snow seem to hint at a sequel. Now we're scouring in 'net for a disc copy to own & to watch - MINUS commercial breaks - any time the Winter Holiday saccharin of Just ONE More faux-y-snowy, shallow-depth-of-focus ads. We HOPE the Producers & Marketing teams are Listening! Now I'm cutting-short my post on this Clunky site. Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 01/22/23 Full Review Audience Member This movie is so much better than it deserves to be. It's a twisted parody of Hallmark Christmas movies and somehow, it works. As a child, Holly wrote a letter to Santa asking him to get rid of her parents because they wouldn't buy her a toy she wanted. Only she addressed it to Satan by mistake. Then her parents were murdered. Now an adult, Christmas-hating Holly returns to her home town where everyone -- and I do mean everyone -- takes the holidays very seriously. There're all cheerful and happy, much to Holly's chagrin. So she writes an angry letter to Satan because she hates it there. And Satan comes to town and starts killing people. Is it stupid? Yes. Is it also fun? Absolutely. Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 01/30/23 Full Review adam b The main actress unloads snarky comments for most of the runtime until she's forced to work together to kill Satan. I do agree, the film is self-aware it's stuck in a formal hallmark style setting and gives it some Christmas originality by adding an Satanic Santa Claus, but that doesn't make it good. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 03/31/23 Full Review Audience Member I went into this movie thinking I would hate it. Boy was I surprised. It might be my new favourite Christmas movie. The first twenty minutes are a bit slow, but Holly (the anti Hallmark heroine) really sucks you into her world of drunken escapades. The writing is hilarious, and the whole thing spoofs the sugar sweet classic holiday movie really well. The special effects are cheesy, but who cares! This is parody at it's finest. The depiction of Satan is also fresh and fun. The dark Lord is a woman, but not sexy, oh no, this is nightmare levels of gross. I thought the lead actress Karen Knox did a particularly good job. She's Canadian, so explains why I haven't seen her in more. Hoping that changes. Someone give her a t.v show! I'd watch it. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/16/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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      Synopsis A journalist must confront her past when Satan returns to her hometown to put a damper on the holidays.
      Director
      Emma Jean Sutherland
      Producer
      Samantha Levine
      Screenwriter
      Michael Zara
      Production Co
      Blue Ice Pictures
      Genre
      Holiday, Horror, Comedy
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Streaming)
      Dec 20, 2020
      Runtime
      2h 0m