Garbo Serie B: Fin de año, fin del mundo “Black Christmas”
On Thursday, December 13 at 7:30 P.M. In the Garbo Room. Enjoy a night of good cinema in Garbo Serie B: End of the year, end of the world a space for moviegoers to delight in the screening of films of different genres. You are invited to see: “Black Christmas” During the Christmas holidays, a group of university women are harassed by a stranger.
Synopsis: The story refers to a group of sisters from a sisterhood of women who receive threatening phone calls and are eventually harassed and killed by a crazy killer during the holiday season.
Black Christmas was released on October 11, 1974 in Canada and on December 20 in the United States under the title Silent Night, Evil Night. He has received critical acclaim, and film historians have pointed it out as one of the first slasher films  to conclude without revealing the identity of his villain, in addition to serving as an influence on John Carpenter’s Halloween ( 1978). In addition to winning a cult following  since its launch, a novel written by Lee Hays was published in 1976 and a new version of the same name, produced by Clark and directed by Glen Morgan, was published in December 2006.
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