Here's an interesting little film that may have actually been the inspiration for Bob Clark's magnificant "Black Christmas". As much as Clark is credited with possibly starting the "slasher" genre with "Black Christmas" and as much as that film has been cited as "doing it all before" Carpenter did in "Halloween", it might have actually been a Canadian version of it's American cousin "Silent Night, Bloody Night". The films are amazingly similar in their use of wide, distorting POV shots, bizarre phone calls from the killer, snowy and isolated settings and characters being "offed" at anytime. The thing is, "SN,BN" did it a full year earlier in 1973!!! Just something to think about. BTW, the film is genunely atmospheric and creepy if amatuerish at times but makes for an interesting hour and a half. Again, a nice job by Brentwood here putting a film out I might not have ever seen and doing it at a bargain basement price.