Krampus (2015) Full Movie

Krampus
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Krampus (2015) : When his dysfunctional family clashes over the holidays, young Max is disillusioned and turns his back on Christmas. Little does he know, this lack of festive spirit has unleashed the wrath of Krampus: a demonic force of ancient evil intent on punishing non-believers.

Title Krampus (2015)
Release Date Nov 26, 2015
Genres , ,
Production Company Universal Pictures, Legendary Pictures
Production Countries United States of America
Casts Adam Scott, Toni Collette, Allison Tolman, David Koechner, Emjay Anthony, Stefania LaVie Owen, Conchata Ferrell, Luke Hawker, Gideon Emery, Ivy George, Queenie Samuel
Plot Keywords fire, winter, santa claus, snowstorm, christmas tree, flashback, snow, fireplace, creature, power outage, destruction, demon, family, blizzard, christmas, bad kids
Tom Engel
Tom Engel
Adam Scott
Sarah Engel
Sarah Engel
Toni Collette
Linda
Linda
Allison Tolman
Howard
Howard
David Koechner
Max Engel
Max Engel
Emjay Anthony
Beth Engel
Beth Engel
Stefania LaVie Owen
Aunt Dorothy
Aunt Dorothy
Conchata Ferrell
Krampus
Krampus
Luke Hawker
Krampus (voice)
Krampus (voice)
Gideon Emery
Cherub
Cherub
Ivy George
Jordan
Jordan
Queenie Samuel
Hero Dark Elf
Hero Dark Elf
Sophie Gannon
Omi
Omi
Krista Stadler
Dark Elf
Dark Elf
Trevor Bau
Howie Jnr
Howie Jnr
Maverick Flack
Dark Elf
Dark Elf
Felicity Hamill
Wasp Mother
Wasp Mother
Tess Jamieson-Karaha
Stevie
Stevie
Lolo Owen
Dark Elf
Dark Elf
Gareth Ruck
Derek
Derek
Leith Towers
Extra (uncredited)
Extra (uncredited)
Chi Jiajia Lim

Reviews

  • Reno

    > A creepy Christmas tale of a family. Probably no one would have anticipated it, this is a surprise movie, especially being an anti-Christmas theme. Possibly the one last time I enjoyed was a Finnish film called 'Rare Export', that's the name came in my mind after watching this. I also could not believe this rated PG13, well it differs in other countries. Of course, there are plenty of intensified frightening scenes, even for the adults, but no gores. The violence parts were well edited/shot, yet it makes sure they're still part of the story without showing them. I think it was a smart filmmaking keeping in mind the family audience. So in the end, I guess it paid off well. I did not know the plot, as well as a few words that referred in the movie. But while watching it, I was worried about the graphics, because this is not a big budget film. Even the cast was not from the top league. Overall, it achieved a good result, that's the point. There are no major flaws as well, and the small ones can be easily ignorable. Because on the other side the movie provides a good suspenseful entertainment that makes you not to move the body or the eyeballs. After I'm saying all these, you should at least consider giving it a shot. But remember there's no story in it, it was constructed on a panic situation during the heavy blizzard when one after another begin to disappear. 7/10

  • r96sk

    A mixed bag. 'Krampus' has a lot of potential, based on the dark themes we see. However, unfortunately, it dumbs itself down in festive family gathering melodrama. I also didn't rate the ending that much, not that it's bad per se - it's just meh to me. Adam Scott is alright in the role of Tom, though is bettered by Toni Collette as Sarah; albeit minorly. The most interesting character is Krista Stadler's Omi, though they don't delve as deeply into her as I expected/wanted. Elsewhere, David Koechner's character, Howard, is kinda lame, but Koechner himself is solid. Of the younger actors, Emjay Anthony (Max) and Stefania LaVie Owen (Beth) are OK. It does do positive things. Some of the tension building is good, even if their eventual pay-offs are a little underwhelming. The antagonists look cool, especially the gingerbread men and the jack-in-the-box. It works Xmas music vibes into the score well, also. Nothing terrible, but it didn't work out all that enjoyably for me personally.