What if Paul Thomas Anderson directed Avatar?
What if Christopher Nolan directed Avatar?
The invasion has begun. Krampus now unleashes hell from the North Pole and his army will stop at nothing to rid the Earth of their jolly holidays and life. Sean Evans is left devastated at his own personal secret, reluctant to retaliate against the brutish beast. The resistance is nowhere to be found, and St. Nicholas is our only hope of saving Christmas and humanity in less than 72 hours. Who will emerge the survivors and the saviors of Christmas Day? MPAA: Rated R for bloody sci-fi violence throughout, peril, brief strong language and some thematic material. (In this final ...
Part 2 of my Christmas Hell series, and official sequel to “The North Pole”. Krampus is an immortal beast of many centuries running his own army of elves, dwarves and yetis to attack the Earth and destroy Christmas for good. The jolly old St. Nicholas is nowhere to be found on his ice planet and creature dictator senses a distress signal outside his frosty winter planet in Antarctica, where there are rumors of a small rebellion who escaped from Krampus years ago, warning the people of Earth of an uprising incoming before Christmas. Meanwhile, Sean Evans is taken prisoner and ...
After hearing a distress call from Dubai, three military men are sent in for a rescue mission. They soon find that this rescue mission is more than just simple instructions... and a line will soon be crossed.
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