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Silent Night, Deadly Night
Silent Night, Deadly Night
Title: Silent Night, Deadly Night
Directed by: Charles E. Sellier, Jr.
Written by: Paul Caimi; Michael Hickey
Produced by: Ira Richard Barmak; Scott J. Schneid; Dennis Whitehead
Music by: Perry Botkin
Cinematography: Henning Schellerup
Edited by: Michael Spence
Distributed by: TriStar Pictures
International Video Entertainment
Released: November 9th, 1984
Rating: R
Running time: 79 min.
Country: USA
Language: English
Next: Silent Night, Deadly Night Part II (1987)

Silent Night, Deadly Night is an American horror film of the holiday and slasher subgenres. It is a low-budget "grindhouse" film that since developed a strong cult following amongst horror fans. The movie was directed by Charles E. Sellier, Jr. with a script written by Michael Hickey based on a story treatment by Paul Caimi. The movie had a limited theatrical release and premiered in the United States on November 9th, 1984. The movie deals with a disturbed young man named Billy Caldwell, who grows up in an orphanage after witnessing his parents' murder at the hands of an evil Santa Claus. Now an adult, Billy dons his own red suit and seeks out those who make his "naughty" list.

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