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A Christmas horror movie, spoken language in this movie is Dutch but you can find it with english subtitles.

The movie begins in 1498 when St Niklas went around villages killing and stealing. One village had enough and burned him alive on his boat. At 1968, he is back. An entire family slaughtered expect for 1 boy – who find his parent dead and siblings missing.

The tale goes as St Niklas goes around a leaving presents for  children – almost like Santa. But do people know the real truth about St Niklas!? The movie jumps to December 5th 2010 (when the movie was made), we’re in a school and students recieve presents. One guy, Frank, gets what you can call – break up present. The tale about St Niklas is a tale that not everyone knows at 2010 and not everyone takes it seriously. A full moon at December 5th only happens every 32 years. So do you think he will be back now? And what will people do to stop him this time?

Expect alot of blood in this movie, if you’re sensitive to that stuff be aware. I wouldn’t recommend this movie to anyone under 16/17 due to all the blood. But the movie itself is good. Worth a watch.



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