Festive Horror “Red Snow” Releases on Christmas
New Christmas Horror Movie Red snow of the director Sean lynch (his second feature film after Preparatory School) is released today on digital platforms in the UK. Featuring Denis Cisneros, this horror comedy sees an author of supernatural romance find herself in conflict with a bunch of vampires as she spends her vacation in Lake Tahoe for Christmas.
The film, which was acclaimed by audiences when screened at festivals such as Arrow Video FrightFest, Portland Horror Film Fest, GenreBlast, and New York City Horror Film Fest, among others, has been portrayed by film critic The Guardian. . Catherine clarke like “Alone at home meets The lost boys“.
Red snow, who bowed out at Panic Fest in Kansas City in April 2021, gained international attention with her European debut at London FrightFest in August. Since then, it has won widespread praise from critics, with Clarke claiming that Lynch makes the most of her limited budget while also praising the conscious script and some “really funny” moments.
The film sees its protagonist attempting to heal an injured bat when the creature transforms into a handsome vampire. She finds out that she must protect him from a ruthless vampire slayer played by Mad Max II Vernon well and a bunch of bloodsucking thugs pretending to be his friend.
Hollywood News’ Kat Hugues called the film a “worthy entry into vampire history” with “Lynch showcasing enough new material to be interesting, and plenty of tributes and nods to the established to entertain.” She called it a fusion of The Lost Boys, True Blood and Die hard and added that Red snow “is the Christmas vampire movie you never thought you needed.”
âA cheeky, mean little horror romantic comedy with great character chemistry,â The Scariest Things added in its 4-star review. EyeForFilm praised Cisneros’ “exuberant performance”, Horror DNA praised both the sympathetic performances and the witty script, and Dead Northern was impressed with its “rich and introspective narrative”.
In addition to its UK release on December 6, audiences in Ireland, Australia, New Zealand, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Korea will also be able to access the film through their streaming platforms. favorite. A DVD and digital release lands in the United States and Canada on December 28.