Sun, 24 December 2017
In 2010, Finnish filmmaker Jalmari Helander took his short film about hunters trapping savage elves and turned into a holiday horror-comedy titled Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale about a young boy who has good reason to believe the original Santa Claus is about the resurface and with a thirst for blood. The film quickly found a cult following and critical success, becoming a new holiday tradition among horror fans. But does the film deserve such adoration or should it be buried under miles of rock and ice for thousands of years? MovieDude Eric, Kent and Chris find out.