25 Films of Christmas: Rare Exports

Posted: December 22, 2013 in Movies, Op-ed, Reviews
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Ever wonder what the world would be like if Santa was a bit more old testament. What if the bad children were dragged away in potato sacks and given to a horned creature? Well there would be a lot less assholes in the world for one thing and kids would also behave a lot better. There would be no need for parents to use elves on shelves to threaten their children into being nice, the threat of being boiled alive and having the marrow sucked from their bones would be enough to keep them in line. We’re going over seas for this one friends, tonight we’re talking Rare Exports.

If you’ve never given it a watch I want to save it all for you. I know normally here we would give you a brief discussion of the film but for this one I thought I’d try something different http://youtu.be/2pH9IyqTk1E give the trailer a watch. Heres a taste: Pietari is a good boy that makes the best of an odd situation after an excavating team uncovers more than they were looking for and shit starts going south.

I went into this film thinking it was going to be the usual Christmas horror film and ended up surprised by how well it was done. If you don’t mind subtitles in your Christmas movies then I urge you to give this a watch, hopefully you’ll enjoy it as much as I did. Adding a little creepiness to your holiday, Rare Exports get a ranking of: You’d Better Watch Out. Till next time friends, stay entertained.




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