Vinessa Shaw (Dr. Jane Mathis) and Aaron Stanford (Miles) had previously starred together in the 2006 movie 'The Hills Have Eyes' as a couple. They played Lynn and Doug respectively. See more »
In the beginning of the movie when Vinessa Shaw's character is leaving a message for medication, she gives a 5-digit NPI (National Provider Identification) number. Real NPI numbers are 10 digits long. See more »
Ride On Santa
Written by Dave Antrell, BMI
Collecting Publishers Extreme Australia Pty Ltd
Original Publishers Autopower Music, Stethoscope Music
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I want to start or by saying I believe a 5/10 rating would be too harsh and a 6 is probably too high, a 5.5 is probably more justified, but with some real simple changes it could have been a solid 6 in my opinion.
No by no stretch of the imagination is this my favorite horror/thriller movie, and yes it is somewhat slow at times but no part of it was just filler material, every screen was hinting & foreshadowing the direction the movie was headed.
We've all sat through films where we thought we were watching the last few moments of the movie just to be shocked that it isn't over as it continues. Well this is the first time I had that happen to me 3 or 4 times in the same movie! Absolutely no exaggeration, this movie could have ended several times over the course of the last 30 min, and the first perceived ending point for me would have earned the movie a solid 6 in my book, but with each attempt at trickery by the director and teasing an ending the movie got worse with each ending became more annoying then the last.
After the movie I certainly didn't look back and say "wow what a waste of time", it was certainly entertaining.
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