Zombie Popcorn’s Christmas Tradition of Horror

Zombie Popcorn’s Christmas Tradition of Horror

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Back in 2009, Zombie Popcorn started the tradition of sharing one of the best Christmas stories ever told, Treevenge. Every year we should post the film here on the site so families could cuddle up next to the fire and watch this epic holiday movie.   xmas_zombiepopcorn

This year we are adding a new film to the Zombie Popcorn Christmas Tradition, we are going to add a new film to the holiday joy, thanks to Paul Capser‘s suggestion.

The new film is ‘Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale

A film for those who think they don’t believe in Santa Claus anymore.

In the depths of the Korvatunturi mountains, 486 metres deep, lies the closest ever guarded secret of Christmas. The time has come to dig it up!

This Christmas everyone will believe in Santa Claus.

(It is available on Netflix)

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Now on with the feature presentation!

Treevenge details the experiences and horrifying reality of the lives of Christmas trees. Clearly, for trees, Christmas isn’t the exciting “peace on earth” that is experienced by most. After being hacked down, and shipped away from their homes, they quickly become strung up, screwed into an upright position for all to see, exposed in a humiliation of garish decorations. But this Christmas will be different, this Christmas the trees have had enough, this Christmas the trees will fight back. Treevenge could be a short film about the end of days for Christmas trees, or perhaps, the end of humanity?

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Jason Bayless is a life-long activist and is currently working at The Pachamama Alliance. When he is not working he spends his time recording shows, writing blogs, collecting 3D movies, and looking for any reason to use his fog machine and homemade blood.

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