Join your Holiday Horror hosts Kim & Jon as they close out their creepy Christmas double-feature with Álex de la Iglesia’s Spanish cult classic The Day of The Beast (1995). It’s a kooky good time about three very unwise men trying to stop the antichrist from entering our world on Christmas Eve. So drop a tab of acid with us (or pour a cup of warm cocoa or whatever) and get ready for a heavy metal Christmas filled with satanism, shotguns, and the ding-dang apocalypse! Join usssss…
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