The ‘Slay Belles’ trailer reveals the Devil of Christmas


Last month we brought you news that a third Krampus themed horror film was on the way, this time from producer Darren Lynn Bousman (Saw 2-4, Mother’s Day, The Barrens) and director ‘Spooky’ Dan Walker, who has worked on the visual effects for over 50 films including Final Destination 2, Slither and Wrong Turn 2.

Not much was known about the films plot, but now we know the full breakdown of the gore and violence about to go down, thanks to an IndieGogo campaign which has just been launched.

The film is pretty much finished, but needs a little more financing, so the crowd funding campaign has been set up looking for help. The page shares lots of details about the film, plus the awesome first trailer, which you’ll find below.

This movie, full of blood, laughs and curves, stars an incredible cast. Barry Bostwick is Santa Claus, Kristina Kliebe, Hannah Minx and Susan Slaughter are the Slay Belles, Joel Hebner is Krampus, and Richard Moll, Diane Salinger and Steven Lunsford are the town locals.


It’s Christmas time in a quaint rural town where a chorus of screams drowns out the holiday carols. Krampus is on the loose and he’s making up for lost time by killing his naughty prey. As Krampus is “soul searching”, three urban explorers in all of their hotness, go on an adventure and break into a long shutdown theme park, Santa Land. Unwittingly they find themselves at the scene of the crime where Krampus takes his prey. It’s also where the real live Santa has retired. Now Santa, a crotchety biker-wannabe coping with his faded magical powers, is forced to ally himself with these chicks. The fate of the world is riding on their combination of wits, magic and spunk, to take down Krampus once and for all. If they fail, Krampus will kill Christmas and all of the naughty the world over. Now that’s a lot of people…




Matt Wavish
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A keen enthusiast and collector of all horror and extreme films. I can be picky as i like quality in my horror. This doesn't necessarily mean it has to be a classic, but as long as it has something to impress me then i'm a fan. I watch films by the rule that if it doesn't bring out some kind of emotive response then it aint worth watching.

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