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Caesar And Otto's Deadly Xmas

Linnea Quingley , Deron Miller    DVD

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars I WAS BLACK LISTED. Dec 27 2013
By The Movie Guy - Published on Amazon.com
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This is not your typical Christmas slasher. This is a low budget cheese fest filled with low grade laughs and spoofs. The film centers around two dysfunctional brothers Caesar (Dave Campfield) and Otto (Paul Chomicki) and their issues with life, Santa, girls, and Xmas.

The film makes fun of itself. In one scene Joe (Joe Estevez, younger brother of Martin Sheen) plays a troubled actor who has lost a role to his brother.

Hollywood agent Donna Blackstone (scream queen Linnea Quigley) remarks how she was black balled from the industry when she turned 40.

Dr. Helen (Robin Ritter) works with a man who loses his arms and has them miraculously reattached. In real life Robin Ritter was hit by a truck and dragged, almost losing the use of her arm and leg.

The killer Demian (Deron Miller) played Charles Manson in a movie.

The film also uses scream queens Debbie Rochon and Brinke Stevens.

Good film for those who enjoy the camp. I loved how they spoofed themselves.

Parental Guide: F-bomb. No sex. Nudity (Victoria Vertuga)
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Caesar & Otto strike again!! Dec 23 2013
By J. Sroka - Published on Amazon.com
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The funniest duo in recent cinema is back!!! This time, they take on Christmas and it's dark side, Christmas horror films. Personally I love these guys. Their sense of humor is exactly what I want from a comedy film. This installment focuses on the boys trying to find some work and landing a gig with Xmas Enterprises. That's where they meet up with a Santa who has a different way of celebrating the holiday. Throw in a few cameos by some familiar faces and this film is gold!
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3.0 out of 5 stars Vaudeville Humor Makes A Comeback ... Just In Bloody Time for the Silly Season! Nov. 18 2013
By E. Lee Zimmerman - Published on Amazon.com
Despite what some might have you believe, comedy is a fairly personal experience. I’ve said it before: what one person finds funny isn’t necessarily what another person finds funny. As a result, it’s an increasingly difficult narrative to tap … that is unless you’re willing to go backward in time to go with what’s been tried and true for years. Shtick. Some folks will call it slapstick. Others will call it bloated wordplay or puns. Whatever it is, it works, and that’s what’s at the heart of CAESAR & OTTO’S DEADLY XMAS. Yes, some of its bloody. Sure, some of it’s a bit gruesome. But it’s all done in the spirit of “getting a laugh.” On that front, the film works just fine.

(NOTE: The following review will contain minor spoilers necessary solely for the discussion of plot and characters. If you’re the type of reader who prefers a review entirely spoiler-free, then I’d encourage you to skip down to the last three paragraphs for my final assessment. If, however, you’re accepting of a few modest hints at ‘things to come,’ then read on …)

From the slipcase: “Caesar and his half-brother Otto take on duties at Xmas Enterprises as Santa and his elf. However, the bodies begin to pile up when a fellow store Santa (CKY’s Deron Miller) develops a vendetta against them, and he soon turns Caesar’s list of cancelled Thanksgiving Dinner guests into a list of Xmas-inspired victims! A cross between Scary Movie and Silent Night Deadly Night, C&O’s Deadly Xmas takes the Christmas slasher into all new gruesome and hilarious territory.”

There’s really no reason to spend all that much time dissecting DEADLY XMAS. This is cinema shtick meant for folks who enjoy cinema shtick. While I’ll be the first to admit it may not be what I find all that funny, I certainly would never begrudge anyone who enjoys it. There’s plenty in here to smile about; and, if it’s laughs you’re looking for, then I’ve no doubt you’ll find ‘em. Much of it is fairly traditional vaudeville style humor – some of the jokes you can see coming a mile away not because of the script predictability, per se, but because it’s a natural part and parcel of characters like this. Odds are, if you’ve fond antics funny before, then you’ll find them funny again.

The characters of Caesar & Otto are the creation of Dave Campfield and Joe Randazzo. Campfield is one of the film’s stars (Caesar himself), so there’s no one who knows his misadventures better.

And don’t miss scream queen Linnea Quigley in a clever bit for laughs … just in time for the holidays!

CAESAR & OTTO’S DEADLY XMAS (2012) is produced by Wild Eye Releasing and Fourth Horizon Cinema. DVD distribution is being handled by MVD Visual, A Division of MVD Entertainment Group. As for the technical specifications? Well, this is an independent feature, so it looks and sounds about as well as the next indie feature you’ll likely see today – audio was a bit muffled at times, probably due to production restraints, but it wasn’t all that distracting. As for special features? Dave Campfield and his band of lunatics have ponied up a veritable bonanza for fans: there are three separate commentary tracks; a behind-the-scenes documentary; some alternate scenes; and three (count ‘em!) short films that’ll likely bring you equal laughs and smiles. Seriously, it’s a nice collection, clearly put together by folks who love what they do.

RECOMMENDED. Look, if slapstick is your thing, then you’re likely to love CAESAR & OTTO’S DEADLY XMAS. If you even just like fairly broad comic shtick, then you’ll probably like it. To be honest, it just isn’t my thing – never has been. I tend to like humor a bit different than the average THREE STOOGES’ short, but I don’t begrudge anyone his or her particular chuckles. Writer/director/star Dave Campfield has a particular eye and ear for this particular comedy, and it probably plays well to most in the audiences; his script is always smart – though perhaps a bit predictable – but, as indie fare goes, there’s nothing wrong with it. Turn off your brain and enjoy the holidays, folks … even if it’s a bit bloodier than the one you had last year!

In the interests of fairness, I’m pleased to disclose that the fine folks at MVD Visual provided me with a DVD copy of CAESAR & OTTO’S DEADLY XMAS by request for the expressed purposes of completing this review.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Polar Express? Jingle All the Way? How about Deadly Xmas. Dec 27 2013
By M. Penny - Published on Amazon.com
The next film in the Caeser and Otto saga has arrived. Following Caeser and Otto's Summer Camp Massacre, David Campfield has once again brought a breath of fresh air and originality into the horror/comedy genre.

First off - this film isn't meant to be an attempt at a major blockbuster box office crusher - and that's what I LOVE about it. This is so different than everything is that is being put out nowadays. It's funny, and it's not meant to be taken seriously.

My favorite part about the Caeser and Otto films are the one liners. I mean literally laugh out loud stuff coming out of this movie. Dave and Paul are GREAT together. Deadly Xmas is just about the near perfect definition of ENTERTAINING. I cannot remember the last time I watched a movie where I had a smile on my face the whole time. That's how much I enjoyed it. It was great! I really loved the 24 reference, being that 24 was one of my favorite shows of all time. You can tell Dave has a good time with these movies. It comes across in his performances and I really can appreciate all of the effort he puts in to making these movies. Plus - it has Deron Miller in it, playing a killer Santa Claus. Just that description alone should make you want to watch this movie. If you're a fan of the b-movie horror genre, then this would be right up your alley. If you take the film for what it is - then there's no way you can't NOT enjoy it!

I hope Dave continues to push these out. I'll keep watching them - that's for sure!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Hilarious! Dec 23 2013
By DixieSadie - Published on Amazon.com
I first saw Caesar & Otto in Summer Camp Massacre. I loved it and couldn't wait for more. I must admit, this was worth the wait! Caesar (played by writer & director Dave Campfield) and his half brother Otto (Paul Chomicki) look for some holiday work and are hired by Xmas Enterprises. There they meet a murderous Santa (Deron Miller of CKY and World Under Blood) who has plans on framing the pair for his handiwork. To say more would be spoiling the fun of this hilarious movie.

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