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Christmas Bloody Christmas Recap And Ending Explained Directed by Joe Begos.

Christmas Bloody Christmas: Ending Explained.

Shudder’s horror film Christmas Bloody Christmas is the antithesis of traditional Christmas movies: no family is trying to reunite, sex and drugs are mentioned just enough, and then there’s an evil robot Santa Claus who is causing violent chaos. The film becomes very repetitive and repetitive beyond a point, failing to emphasize the layers, reasons, or logic of why everything we see is happening, instead focusing on presenting it visually. “Bloody Christmas Christmas” should not be confused with a good movie, since the timing of its release is its only major novelty. If Christmas as a cinematic subgenre also means the opportunity to watch Santa Claus violently kill children, then  Bloody Christmas Christmas can be a relaxing and entertaining film. see her best sides.

Image Credit; Joe Begos

What Is The Film About?

In a series of television commercials, often seen before Christmas, it is revealed that a company called Sowell Robotic Products has used state-of-the-art robotic technology developed by the US Department of Defense to create a Robo-Santa Klaus. Capable of speaking 90,000 words, this RoboSanta+ machine has fully realistic movements and is built with military-grade construction, ensuring the robotics can be successfully used to usher in holiday celebrations. The model will be on display at the  Midland Mall next weekend and at a popular toy store called GW Bonkers. On Christmas Eve, protagonist Tori Tooms and her employee Robbie prepare to close their record store.

From her conversations with Robbie, it appears that the employee, who is also a friend, wants to become intimate with the woman, but Tori jokingly continues to avoid the possibility. Talk about a night out on a Tinder date. , but Robbie convinces her to have a drink with him first. You walk through the snowy streets to a friend’s shop, which by the way is the toy shop GW Bonkers. The couple who own the place, Lahna and Jay, greet them and have a few drinks together before Tori and Robbie go to another bar. At that moment, the life-size RoboSanta+ suddenly springs to life by itself and stealthily makes its way through the large toy store. While Lahna and Jay are romantically involved, the robot grabs an emergency axe. hatchet and brutally and mercilessly kill the couple. Robbie decides to bring Tori home and possibly try her luck with her too, but little does the two know that Christmas Eve is going to be bloodier than they could imagine.

Image Credit; Joe Begos

How Does The Robotic Santa Claus Wreak Havoc On The City?

As Tori and Robbie walk past the GW Bonkers toy store, they hear screams from inside, but they mistake it for Lahna and Jay’s revelry. But when they drive to Tori’s house, RoboSanta+ follows them on foot and arrives in the neighborhood. is about to enter Tori’s house when she hears another man from another house and decides to make that family her target first. Entering the place, which is lit up for Christmas and has gifts and festive items wrapped everywhere, Santa Claus kills the man and then his wife. He then sees a little boy,  the couple’s son, and the boy is confused and excited at the same time. Unfortunately for him, our robot Santa hits the boy with his ax and kills him too. All the while, Tori and Robbie had settled into the woman’s house and then been intimate, which was interrupted by screams from the young man next door. Santa soon goes to Tori’s house and the woman wakes up quickly. his sister and brother-in-law who are also at home. The three and Robbie try to think of an escape route, but the robot is too powerful and clever to fool him. He grabs the sister and then the brother-in-law and kills them with the same ferocity. as before while Tori and Robbie escape through the basement. They quickly run to Robbie’s car and try to escape, but the shock of all of this and the massive amount of alcohol they consumed that night catches up with them. The car collides with a parked car of one of the neighbors and does not appear to move.

A neighbor goes out to protest damage to his property and is killed by RoboSanta+. Robbie tries to keep moving the car but crashes again and unfortunately, the same fate follows. Tori tries to help as best she can, but ends up watching as the evil robotic Santa smashes his ax into Robbie’s face,  killing him instantly. There is absolutely no rationale given for the RoboSanta+ machine to suddenly turn evil, and “Christmas Bloody Christmas” really is the type of movie that’s only interested in presenting the horror without any past or related show logic. The only information comes from a TV news program that the  RoboSanta+ models that have been launched have been recalled by manufacturer Sowell Robotics. This was because while the Santa robots were designed to behave like Saint Nick, they reverted to their old firmware. To make matters worse, that old firmware was that of the soldier robots developed by the US Department of Defense.

That explains why Santa’s machine is almost like an impenetrable tank that’s almost impossible to destroy, as Tori soon finds out. She had previously managed to inform the police about the killing machine and only now does a police patrol arrive at the car just as  Santa is about to attack her after killing Robbie. The police officer doesn’t believe the woman as the other defective RoboSanta+ models have only done minor and insignificant damage so far. The officer seems overconfident in handling the robot and gets his head shot off with his shotgun. Tori escapes from the scene in the police car and is driving down the street when she is stopped by another squad car and an ambulance. she gets arrested. The police already had very few personnel on duty due to the holidays, and most of them were dispatched to Tori’s neighborhood to investigate the crime scene. Only the sheriff and one officer remain at the police station with Ms. Santa Claus soon arriving at this location with murderous intent and easily killing the officers. Tori and the beast machine now embark on a long chase to the hideout, with the woman doing whatever it takes to survive. to escape the burning police station and drive away in an ambulance, but Santa also gets in the vehicle and tries to kill the woman.

By now, Tori has realized that the only way to survive is to kill or destroy the machine. She rams the ambulance into another car, throwing Santa onto the street unprepared. Tori then pushes a car towards it, trapping it under the heavy vehicle and setting the entire scene on fire. The ambulance and the car explode, and the RoboSanta+ partially catches fire. keep an eye on the burning machine. Eventually, he feels his enemy has been annihilated, but he cannot hope that his struggle for survival is not over. As Tori lights a cigarette to catch his breath, RoboSanta+ gets up and walks into the store, his face almost destroyed now and the robotic cables and mechanical skull visible.

Image Credit; Joe Begos

How Does Tori Finally Bring Down The Evil Santa?

RoboSanta+ begins chasing Tori again, his eyes now split and replaced with crude but menacing laser lights. Tori finds a toy sword that can stab someone and uses it against the robot. For a second, it looks like the robotic Santa does have a heart after all, as he stops moving after being impaled with the sword through his chest. Tori walks away and tries to call for help on her phone, but Santa starts over and chases after the woman once more. It’s maybe From the many wires visible on the robot’s body, Tori has a final plan in mind and immediately puts it into action. He builds a fire to activate the rooftop emergency sprinklers and manages to accommodate Santa. Water falling on exposed electrical wires causes some massive sparks, and the robot eventually bursts into flames. At this point, Tori has injured her ankle and also lost a couple of fingers on her hands, but her survival is all that matters to her like tomorrow.

She collapses and leaves the tent, emphatically celebrating her victory as she lies bloodied in the snowy streets. At first glance,  evil robot Santa’s massacre of everyone might seem morally charged, because the first two victims, or even Robbie and Tori,  are wildly unconventional Christmas celebrations. They have no family to celebrate Christmas with, nor are they interested in having one. Tori mentions that she has to visit them. Father on Christmas Day, but for her, it’s more of a commitment than a declaration of love. However, The Robo Santa targets everyone here, including a young child. The only special feature of “Christmas, Bloody Christmas” is that it differs greatly from the usual films of the season. There is no “Christmas to save”. in the end, since Tori may be the only survivor in the whole town; the rest were wiped out for a change by a Santa who doesn’t understand the “Christmas spirit”. There’s profanity everywhere and there aren’t any questions about why or how anything happens. Visually, “Christmas Bloody Christmas” will be reminiscent of old slasher movies, with grainy scenes due to the extensive use of 16mm cameras and the overuse of neon lights in almost every scene in the film.

Image Credit; Joe Begos

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