Prolific film producer and Willard director Glen Morgan writes and directs this remake of the influential 1974 Bob Clark horror film concerning a sorority house that is stalked by a relentless slasher over Christmas break
With people constantly being suffocated, stabbed, impaled, and eaten, “Black Christmas” is a mighty gloomy Christmas movie, to say the least. Viewers, do yourselves a favor and stay away from this movie! There is nothing truly scary about “Black Christmas,” because there is no suspense; every moment is predictable, making for a pretty dull movie-going experience. The only positive thing I can say about this movie is, luckily for viewers, a scene in which a demented mother has sex with her own son is not shown on-camera, only implied when she disrobes in front of him. If that’s not enough to convince you not to see this movie, there is also an abundance of foul language, smoking, drinking, and people being killed in horrible ways, not to mention a decent amount of blood and gore. “Black Christmas” is not approved by Dove.