Dismembering Christmas announces October 2015 release; new trailer scheduled for next week.


I love Slasher Studios! The independent film company already produced and released one horror film in the same style as the Golden Oldies and, more importantly, it was quality work! A Christmas themed slasher flick with practical effects? I’m in. You can find all the details about this fun, upcoming release below!

Dismembering Christmas Announces October 2015 Release

Dismembering Christmas is the second slasher feature from Slasher Studios. In 2013, Slasher Studios released their first slasher feature entitled Don’t Go to the Reunion. After playing in over a dozen film festivals and winning several awards (including Best Actress at Crimson Screen Horror Film Festival and Audience Choice at Killer Film Fest), now they are ready to deck the halls with lots of bodies!

A tribute to the glory days of holiday horror, Dismembering Christmas can best be described as Friday the 13th meets Black Christmas. Have you ever wanted a Friday the 13th set in the winter? Well…so did Slasher Studios and that’s why they created this movie just for you. Practical effects from beginning to end, likable characters, and a kick ass final girl…what more could you want in a slasher?

PLOT: It was supposed to be a holiday vacation they would never forget, not a holiday vacation they would never survive. When Mark and his friends go up to his fathers new vacation home for Christmas vacation, they were ready for a fun time. Out in the middle of nowhere, the house is cheerfully decorated for Christmas. But an unknown visitor is there, and one by one they are murdered. It’s Christmas and not a creature is stirring except the killer in the house…

The final Dismembering Christmas trailer will be slashing up the web on July 1st.

Dismembering Christmas is set for an October 2015 release date on DVD and limited edition Blu-ray & VHS.Artwork for DVD/Blu-Ray, VHS release.

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Written by Michael Therkelsen

(Senior Editor)

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