Santa’s Slay

On this very special Christmas episode of At Least You Tried we watched the holiday classic Santa’s Slay! The movie manages to kill off both Fran Drescher and Chris Kattan in the first five minutes and for that reason alone it is an instant 5 star movie.

All joking aside we LOVE this movie and highly recommend it.
Do you enjoy:
– curling
– strippers
– transformers that turn into realistic guns
– excessive word play and dick jokes
– a flying bison killed with a bazooka

If you answered yes to any or all of the above you owe it to yourself to experience this movie this holiday season. Christmas comes once a year but we’ve given you four great(?) holiday movies this month and we truly saved the best for last.

Side note: This is the second time I’ve linked our website to Chris Kattan’s IMDB profile…. What am I doing with my life?


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Jack Frost

The holiday season continues here on At Least You Tried and to celebrate we watched Jack Frost… No not that Jack Frost, the not safe to watch with your children horror comedy.

In this movie we find the answer to the age old question “Can snowmen have sex?”. Also in this episode we discuss why you shouldn’t allow your “Kissed by an angel” child to make you cookies and what the appropriate time to mourn your murdered kid is before you decide to decorate the Christmas tree.


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Krampus

The holiday season is upon us. Soon the air will smell of gingerbread, you won’t be able to avoid Christmas music on the radio, and every third channel on TV will be airing “It’s a wonderful Life” or “A Christmas Story”. We here on At Least You Tried try to treat the holidays a little differently, with a month of holiday movies we love to hate… or at least that was the idea.

When we planned out this month everyone we went to said that we HAD to do an episode on Krampus and how bad the movie was but here’s the thing… We actually kinda liked it. Sure the movie is filled with gaping plot holes and questions like why is the family going to a Christmas play at a mall? Is this one family responsible for creating a polar vortex-esque event and if so is it just in their neighborhood or worldwide? and why is Max waiting until the DAY BEFORE CHRISTMAS to mail his letter to Santa? (Maybe he accidentally put down Satan, that would explain a lot)

With all that said it’s actually a rather fun movie despite all it’s flaws and probably one of the more enjoyable ones we’ve reviewed so here it is, our Christmas gift to you, Krampus!

Krampus stars the lovable Adam Scott, Toni Collette, and David Koechner as well as a character voice by Seth Green.


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