As listeners of Corpse Club and readers of Daily Dead may know, Heather Wixson is a passionate fan of the 2005 horror comedy Santa's Slay, and she shared her love of the film in a Deadly Pleasures column back in 2015. Several years later, Heather now has the great pleasure of being joined by Santa's Slay writer/director David Steiman on a new episode of Daily Dead's podcast!
It doesn't matter whether you've been naughty or nice, because when Santa Claus is actually a demon that just finished serving a 1,000-year sentence delivering presents, everyone better watch out in the 2005 holiday horror comedy Santa's Slay. Starring professional wrestler and actor Bill Goldberg in the titular role, Santa's Slay is a gift cherished by some horror fans while still waiting to be unwrapped by others. To help shine a festive light on the film, Corpse Club co-host Heather Wixson is joined by special guest David Steiman, the writer and director of Santa's Slay, on a new episode of Daily Dead's podcast!
Grab a cup of hot cocoa, sit closer to the fire (but not too close—you never know what might come down there), and listen as David shares memorable behind-the-scenes stories from the making of Santa's Slay, including working with the film’s star-studded cast, injecting the movie with dark holiday humor, and creating larger-than-life action scenes that are explosive enough to light a few hundred Yule logs. Whether you've seen Santa's Slay or you have yet to discover its unique seasonal story, there's a lot to enjoy on this special episode of Corpse Club!
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