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Black Christmas

Regie Bob Clark
Kanada, USA, 1974
Horror, Thriller

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It’s time for Christmas break, and the sorority sisters make plans for the holiday. But the strange anonymous phone calls are beginning to put them on edge, and it’s only the beginning…

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Black Christmas Regie Bob Clark
Camera operator Bert Dunk wore a rig mounted on his head while crawling through the windows and shimmying down from the attic of the menaced sorority house on the University of Toronto campus, where the film lays its scene. Just as impressive as Clark’s technical acumen are the performances he gets from an excellent ensemble cast, including SCTV’s Andrea Martin and, as the house’s sybaritic, much-sloshed sister, an extremely charming Margot Kidder in a choker-and-chambray combo.
February 24, 2017
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Clark takes the time and trouble to establish his location and fully flesh out his characters before bumping them off. What’s more, these characters are refreshingly complex individuals who do and say unexpected things. Clark’s abetted immeasurably by a strong cast of up-and-comers, blending fledgling stars like Olivia Hussey, Margot Kidder, and Keir Dullea with faces that would soon become familiar from the films of David Cronenberg (particularly Art Hindle and Les Carlson).
December 23, 2016
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Final girl Jess’s (Olivia Hussey) boyfriend Peter (Keir Dullea) exudes male privilege in his disregard for his girlfriend’s desire to have an abortion, unable to comprehend her lack of interest in settling down just yet. Fitting, then, that he’s made out to be the main murder suspect—at least until its final two minutes throw a wrench in that conclusion and suggest something even more insidious: the terror of misogyny continuing to live on.
November 30, 2016
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