BLOOD BEAT
1983, AGFA, 85 min, USA, Dir: Fabrice A. Zaphiratos

Spending Christmas at her boyfriend Ted’s mother’s place in the backwoods of Wisconsin, Sarah has strange visions of a ghostly samurai. But her visions soon become bloody reality as the samurai specter stalks and slaughters his way across the rural community of the cheese state. Next he’s looking to slice Sarah, Ted and his family. A truly outrageous and surreal oddity of supernatural horror and slasher film nastiness.


DIAL CODE: SANTA CLAUS
36.15 CODE PÈRE NOËL
1989, AGFA, 87 min, France, Dir: René Manzor

Before HOME ALONE, there was DIAL CODE SANTA CLAUS. Thomas is a typical 1980s kid who loves Rambo, computers, role-playing games and his dog. While Mom's away at the office on Christmas Eve, Thomas and his grandfather are left home alone -- perfect timing for a disgruntled, perverted, bloodthirsty Santa Claus to raid the home down the chimney. But Hell hath no fury like a mulleted 10-year-old with an arsenal of toys!


THE ORACLE
1985, 94 min, USA, Dir: Roberta Findlay

Jennifer (Caroline Capers Powers) and her husband move into an apartment formerly owned by a psychic, where they find her old automatic writing device, the Oracle. Using it at their housewarming party, Jennifer makes contact with a murder victim, whose spirit asks her to investigate his death - but by doing so, Jennifer becomes a target of the killer.


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