1975, 84 min, USA, Dir: David Winters

To support his first solo album, king of shock rock Alice Cooper put together his most elaborate stage show yet and took it on the road. Built around the concept of a young boy’s nightmares, the production featured such hits as “I'm Eighteen” and “School's Out” along with songs from the Welcome to My Nightmare album. With a great band including guitarists Dick Wagner and Steve Hunter, the Coop is in terrific form throughout this London-shot concert film, a longtime staple of the midnight movie circuit.

1989, 89 min, USA, Dir: Jeffery Mandel

What it might lack in actual elves (there is technically only one elf), ELVES makes up for in gonzo gusto. A young woman discovers that a Nazi occultist is trying to create a master race by forcing her to mate with an evil elf. With a highly aroused humanoid creature stalking her, she must team up with Grizzly Adams himself, Dan Haggerty, in order to survive. Trapped in the video store era, ELVES will be presented in voluptuous VHS quality!

1980, Park Circus, 87 min, USA, Dir: David Hess

The students of Calvin Finishing School for Girls are throwing a big Christmas party while the headmaster is away. However an uninvited guest dressed as Santa Claus has only one present to deliver: death. The directorial debut and swan song of cult film star David Hess (THE LAST HOUSE ON THE LEFT) is the very first Santa slasher, beating both CHRISTMAS EVIL and SILENT NIGHT, DEADLY NIGHT under the Christmas horror tree. It’s the perfect sleazy stocking stuffer that’ll put a little blood in your eggnog this holiday.

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