Sunday Bloody Sunday: ‘Xmas Ornament Death’ From ‘Jack Frost’ (1997)

Having trouble finding the right way to decorate your Christmas tree this year?  No problem!  Call our favorite straight-to-DVD homicidal snowman, Jack Frost, and he’ll help you out!  Welcome to another edition of Sunday Bloody Sunday where I give to you, usually in Youtube form, some of my favorite death scenes from horror movies past and present.  And to keep the Yuletide mood going, I wanted to revisit 1997’s killer snowman cheesefest, Jack Frost.

Most known probably for the random Shannon Elizabeth cameo where she pretty much gets raped in the bathtub by ol’ Frosty, I wanted to spotlight another scene where a woman meets her untimely and rather festive death by way of Christmas ornaments and lights.

He is creative, I’ll give him that.  Obviously a movie that falls into the horror/comedy category, Jack Frost deserves to be viewed this holiday season, preferably while being completely drunk or stoned.  And here’s a fun fact:  this movie came out a year before that equally creepy Michael Keaton movie with the same name.  Good to know that a maniacal snowman could pave the way for other talking snowmen in film.  Salute!

Review: Bad Milo (2013)

Stop me if you heard this one before.  A guy gets so stressed out that a little fang-toothed monster literally comes out of his ass every time his stress…….What’s that?  You have heard that one before?  Then you must have seen the new horror/comedy, Bad Milo too!  And if you haven’t, then I either piqued your interest or made you form that ugly “WTF” scrunch face because you’re disgusted at the fact that a guy has a fang-toothed little monster up his ass. But enough about your ugly scrunch face, let’s get into the asses and little monsters!     Continue reading

Review: Stitches (2012)

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before:  a sex and alcohol obsessed clown attends a children’s birthday party and proceeds to fall on a large kitchen knife because the kids harass him and tie his shoelaces together.  Then he is summoned from the dead to get his revenge six years later, thanks in part to a legendary ritual performed by his clown peers centered around an egg that looks like him.  If you got excited from reading that, you’re weird, but it also means that you’re on board with a new horror/comedy called Stitches and I’m about to give a review of it!    Continue reading