Saint

Synopsis

Legend has it that centuries ago, Saint Nicholas was in fact a murderous marauder in medieval times, who was ultimately slain by the villagers he tormented – only to swear a ghostly revenge on their descendants every December 5, the anniversary of his death. Today, the ancient story has been long forgotten and settled comfortably into folklore, until a bloody encounter with the ghoul himself forces local teen Frank to believe in Santa all over again, and save the city of Amsterdam in an all-out bloody battle against a wrathful Santa Claus and his minions.

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Starring

Egbert Jan Weeber; Bert Luppes; Huub Stapel

Directed by

Dick Maas

Written by

Dick Maas

Country Of Origin

Netherlands

Language

English / Dutch

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"Nicely nasty... offering up action chills and more than a few moments of real terror!"

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