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#586: Unhappy Holidays

May 5, 2011

Notes from the Manager

Related Strips: #108: Red Hot Christmas; #585: Where Are Your Priorities?

If you'll recall, Jason, Kurt, and the gang saw the 2006 remake of Black Christmas back in #108 (hence it being a related strip). While I never actually saw the remake, the original is pretty creepy, and often touted as one of the best slasher movies ever made… which really doesn't say a whole hell of a lot about the (sub)genre. Mind you, I enjoyed it… but it's not a smart script, by any stretch of the imagination. The ending, in particular, is so ludicrous that it ruins just about all of its intended creepiness for me.


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