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I've been a lover/hater of low budget filmmaking from an early age, always amazed by the types of films that got released, either theatrical or more likely direct to video, and I like to shine a spotlight on them for better or worse.

Shaun vs. Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 1 (1984) and Part 2 (1987)

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Directed by Charles E. Sellier Jr.

Starring Robert Brian Wilson, Lilyan Chauvin, and Gilmer McCormick

A young boy gets some major psychological scarring after his parents are killed by a man in a Santa suit, takes a tour through an orphanage with a stern nun then when forced to don the suit himself at a job, he loses it and decides to punish anyone he runs into that is “naughty.” Continue reading “Shaun vs. Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 1 (1984) and Part 2 (1987)”

Shaun vs. To All A Goodnight (1980)

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Directed by David Hess

Starring Jennifer Runyon, Forrest Swanson and Linda Gentile

A few years after a hazing went wrong and cost a girl’s life, the sorority house where it happened becomes the target of a killer dressed as Santa who’s out to slice and dice the girls inside as well as the fraternity of boys who’ve dropped by for a “visit.” Continue reading “Shaun vs. To All A Goodnight (1980)”

Shaun vs. ThanksKilling (2009)

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Directed by Jordan Downey

Starring Natasha Cordova, Lindsay Anderson and Lance Predmore

A Native shaman, disgraced by the pilgrims not long after they arrive in America, places a spell on a turkey that goes on a white person killing spree.  Five hundred years later, the turkey is back to kill off, specifically, five college students on their way home on Thanksgiving holidays. Continue reading “Shaun vs. ThanksKilling (2009)”

Shaun vs. Phantom of the Mall: Eric’s Revenge (1989)

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Directed by Richard Friedman

Starring Derek Rydall, Jonathan Goldsmith and Kari Whitman

It’s opening day for the new mall but someone is lurking in the shadows (and ventilation system) killing people.  Turns out the mall developers burned down the house of a holdout refusing to sell and Eric, who survived the torching, is killing anyone involved with what happened to him and taking out anyone who gets too close to his ex-girlfriend.  It’s “Phantom of the Opera” … in a mall! Continue reading “Shaun vs. Phantom of the Mall: Eric’s Revenge (1989)”