Holiday-themed slasher films aren’t so original nowadays.
The trend started in the early 70s with films like Silent Night, Bloody Night, and Black Christmas, but it really exploded in the early 80s in the wake of monster hits like Halloween and Friday the 13th.
It seems like every holiday has a slasher movie attached to it. And Cinco De Mayo is no exception. I’m actually surprised it took until 2013 to actually get made. With this review being released on May 5th, there is no better time than now to take a look at this holiday-themed slasher film.
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