Silent Night, Bloody Night (1972)


Wilford Butler returns home on Christmas Eve and his house had been turned into a mental institution for the criminally insane. But the day of his return, he is set on fire and dies. The towns people believe his death was an accident, and the institution-house is later closed down. Wilford leaves the house to his grandson Jeffrey. A few years later, Jeffrey finally decides to sell this grandfather’s house, but the towns people including the Mayor have mixed feelings on keeping people away from the house, especially when a serial killer escapes from another institution and finds refuge there. The killer makes frightening phone calls and kills anyone coming near the house. But what does the killer have in common with what happened to Wilford Butler years before?

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Runtime original: 01:21:00 —> Runtime at 90to5: 00:05:44

 
Director: Theodore Gershuny

Writer: Theodore Gershuny, Jeffrey Konvitz (story/screenplay), Ira Teller (story/screenplay)

Editor: Tom Kennedy

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A man inherits a mansion, which once was a mental home. He visits the place and begins to investigate some crimes that happened in old times, scaring the people living in the region. (Fun Edit Award)

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