First Teaser for the "Black Christmas" Remake

by | October 19, 2006 | Comments

Yet another horror remake is due to hit the screens before year’s end — but only by a few days. December 25th sees the release of "Black Christmas," Glen Morgan‘s remake of the 1974 Bob Clark semi-classic. And now there’s a teaser to prove it.

Plot synopsis: A crazed killer stalks a sorority house over Christmas break. Period. (Teaser trailer right here.)

The new version comes from Glen Morgan and James Wong, the genre-lovin’ duo who brought you "Final Destination," "The One," and the "Willard" remake (which I thought was actually pretty solid.)

Starring Michelle Trachtenberg, Katie Cassidy, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Kristen Cloke, Lacey Chabert, and Jessica Harmon (hey, it’s about a sorority house), "Black Christmas" hits the screens on, yep, Christmas Day.

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