PG-13 | | Comedy, Fantasy, Horror
The film was originally to release on November 25 but was pushed back to December 4 to coincide with the Krampusnacht, a traditional Austrian festival held on December 5 that celebrates the Krampus coming to punish naughty children.
We know you still believe in the big fat creeper!
Max: I don't know what you're talking about!
Stevie: Are you sure about that?
Beth Engel: Stop!
Stevie: Dear Santa, I know I haven't been great this year and I'm sorry for that, but I was really hoping you can help out me and my ...
Beth Engel: ...
Their house is shown on the poster with Krampus standing on top. If the den is on the bottom right where the movie ends, then why were they looking up at the ceiling of the den when the elves were running back and forth on the roof multiple times? There are 2 rooms directly above the den if we include the room with the gabled window, which could be the attic. They should not have been able to hear the footsteps that well even when the dark elves were trying to pull up Howie Jr. We even see the den ceiling collapse later when Der Klown falls through the air duct supposedly between floors no longer in the attic.
A vast number of photos and Christmas cards can be seen together with the end credits.
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