William Shatner once starred in one of the weirdest Christmas movies of all time

William Shatner starred in one of the weirdest Christmas movies of all time.

Christmas presents itself with a plethora of interesting and unique movies and TV offers. It’s such a festive time of year that we often forget that many filmmakers are trying to transform the holiday season from a fun red and green light outing to a more, shall we say, purple-colored festival. Yes, Christmas horror movies are a real thing and sometimes they’re even entertaining. We recently spoke about Anna and the Apocalpyse, a Christmas musical during a zombie apocalypse. A strange idea, but perhaps not as strange as William Shatner’s A Christmas Horror Story.

That’s right, Billy Shatner was in a Christmas horror movie and it’s… not bad. It’s by no means perfect, but if you were a fan of the Halloween, V / H / S or Trick ‘R Treat anthology movies then you can take advantage of this deal.

If you haven’t, maybe avoid it because it’s not for everyone.

William Shatner is masterful in A Christmas Horror Story

It’s hard to really determine why I enjoyed this movie so much, but it mostly had to do with some of the twists and turns in the story. A story that centers on Shatner as a drunken radio host, who ends up being called out on his show and warned of an event happening at the city mall, and being warned to stay away.

What follows is a wild four-story adventure, filled with twists and turns that will shock and delight more than one viewer. The whole movie builds and delivers a decisive confrontation between Santa Claus and the Krampus and yes, you read that right.

It’s hard to go into the details of this movie without revealing all of the many interesting little spreads it has to offer, but if you’re a fan of cheeky, Canadian, vacation-themed horror films, you can. just enjoy a Christmas Horror Story.

While this might not be Shatner’s best movie, it is his best Christmas horror movie and it means something where I’m from.

And if that doesn’t influence you, I have two words for you; zombie elves.

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