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directed by Bruno Di Marcello, Giovanni Pianigiani
starring Pietro Orlando, Kelly Abbass, Ilaria Sorbo, Mapi Verona, Luigi Di Salvatore, Max Oliva, Vincenzo Casertano, Anna Delli Paoli, Giovanni Galletto, Mate Verona, Francesca Di Rienzo, Giovanna Vasapollo, Giovanni Pianigiani, Nereide Terranova, Dafne Di Marcello, Stefania Visconti, Davide Orlando, Simona Orlando
written by Bruno Di Marcello, Giovanni Pianigiani, special makeup effects by Fabiana Furfaro

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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It's Christmas Eve, which means (at least in Italy) that the whole larger family assembles, pretends to be in a festive mood, gets drunk and then things start getting out of hands a little - so our teenage hero (Pietro Orlando) has made a bet with his best friend: If he can capture something really embarrassing, funny or sexy on his smartphone, the friend will somehow provide him with a webcam link to sexy Canadian pinup girl Kelly Abbass (playing herself) ... well, that shouldn't be too difficult with a family half drunk and getting on one another's throats - but then dad (Giovanni Pianigiani) arrives home dressed as Santa ... but he's actually a zombie, and soon starts decimating the family. As a matter of fact, a zombie epidemic has broken out all over the world, but since it's Christmas (which had a few too many zombies in Santa outfits), nobody really noticed ... and before long, our hero has lost all his family to the undead - but then he actually gets a webcam link to Kelly Abbass, and as unlikely as it sounds, she, living halfway across the globe and being mostly known for baring it all, is his only hope of survival ...


Now Christmaz has by no means reinvented the zombie genre ... and to be fair, it doesn't pretend to, instead it just tells a rather hilarious but also pretty macabre yarn that pokes fun on everything from zombies to Christmas to coming-of-age movies, but especially of the found footage genre (it's filmed that way, but when the zombies start to film themselves on their smartphones, that's just too hilarious). The result is, above all, just a perfect party movie, especially for Christmas parties ...


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