Mon, 20 December 2021
That sound you hear is sleigh bells jingling, ring-ting-tingling, and some light sobbing. This week's episode is our eighth annual Christmas horror episode and, as is the case for so many films of this genre, hoo BOY is it emotionally brutal. We're talking about the 1980 holiday unclassic "Christmas Evil." To be fair, this movie has everything: labor struggles, confused adolescents, the Hamburger Emperor Band, a terrifying collection of Christmas ephemera, a fake Geraldo Rivera, seasonal familial strife, the horrors of midnight mass, extremely upsetting holiday music, a man inexplicably covering his face and hands in mud and kissing a house! It's got it all that and more!
Do you like hearing us agonize about the holidays? Here are seven years' worth of episodes for you!
We are wishing you and yours the happiest of holiday seasons and, even if it sucks, remember that we love you and it'll be over soon. That being said, we're taking a break next week and will be releasing a classic episode that we feel could use some extra love like that dumb tree in the Charlie Brown Christmas special. We'll be back the following week with another dumb tradition: the New Years rom-com.
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Werewolf Ambulance is a horror movie comedy podcast.