For our Holiday Episode of Bots, Bugs, And Babes, my father (Al Jaconetti) and I look back 35 years to look at Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984). One of the most controversial films of the day, we explore all the different aspects of the film, including the content that was cut to gain it's R-rating. Join us for the film that opened opposite A Nightmare on Elm Street (and out-grossed it by about $162,000 opening weekend) and created more controversy than money could ever buy! So grab your Santa costume, make sure your ax is nice and sharp, and remember punishment is absolute, punishment is good.

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