It’s Christmas time on Double Murder!
To get everyone in the mood for this holiday season, Danny! is joined by Lauren Taylor (of News From The Crypt fame) as they review two holiday treats: Rare Exports and Santa’s Slay! Both films tackle the age-old question of “What if Santa was actually a murderous beast?” from completely different angles.
Rare Exports, a Finnish film from 2010, examines the subject with a serious eye, blending the myth of Santa Claus with the classic “…archeologists start digging and uncover…” trope. Santa’s Slay, from 2005, takes a decidedly more tongue-in-cheek approach casting pro-wrestling star Goldberg as a wise-crackin’, neck-breakin’ Santa. Which one of these films is a welcome present under the tree, and which is a lump of coal? Tune in to Double Murder to find out!
You’ll find the episode by reading on or searching for “Bloody Disgusting” on iTunes! Watch for new podcast episodes every weekend!
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