What do you think of this movie? Click on a star to rate it

Silent Night, Bloody Night: The Homecoming is a 2013 British horror film directed by James Plumb (Little Monster; Kerb Crawlers; Night of the Living Dead: Resurrection) from a screenplay co-written with Andrew Jones (director of Robert the Doll franchise and many more).

The movie stars Adrienne King (Killer Therapy; Tales of PoeFriday the 13th (1980) and Part 2), Lee Bane, Rorie Stockton, Sabrina Dickens, Sule Rimi, Rosemary Smith , Richard Goss, Ritchie Bessant, Ceri Mears, Matthew Batte and Philip Harvey (The Last Horror Movie) and Richard Burman.

This movie is a remake of Silent Night, Bloody Night (USA, 1972).

“Is it as good as it could have been? Yes and no. Some parts work, others don’t. A few Christmas decos wouldn’t have busted the budget (they’re usually pretty cheap at the start of the year!) and a little less fidelity to the original might have been beneficial – because it’s only relevant to those viewers who watch both, and the film should be able to stand alone…” Cult films and the people who make them

“Not as gothic or Grand Guignol-esque as the original, Silent Night, Bloody Night: The Homecoming is at least a commendable updating of Theodore Gershuny’s film, complete with incredibly gory SFX…” Nerdly

“Overall, SNBN:TH is a great home-grown horror which makes good use of its isolated Welsh landscape and manages to bring a little respect to the ‘re-imagining’ table, thanks to filmmakers that obviously have so much respect for the source material.” UK Horror Scene

“The film looks incredibly cheap, which isn’t always a setback, but I wouldn’t be surprised to learn this was filmed over a weekend using a few local theater group players. That old nemesis of mine ‘the under-reactor-actor’ is present and accounted for.” Vegan Voorhees

For YouTube content and more movie info click the page 2 link below

MOVIES and MANIA provides an aggregated range of film reviews from a wide variety of credited sources, plus our own reviews and ratings, in one handy web location. We are a genuinely independent website and rely solely on the minor income generated by internet ads to stay online and expand. Please support us by not blocking ads. If you do block ads please consider making a small donation to our running costs instead. We'd really appreciate it. Thank you. As an Amazon Associate, the owner occasionally earns a small amount from qualifying linked purchases.