Kristina Klebe Stars in Christmas Horror ‘Slay Belles’

Kristina Klebe, who starred as Lynda in Rob Zombie’s Halloween and plays Detective McNally in the upcoming anthology Tales of Halloween, is switching up holidays for Slay Belles, a new independent Christmas horror comedy about the anti-Santa known as Krampus.

While principal photography has been completed, writer and director “Spooky” Dan Walker needs your help to put the final finishing touches on post production of his slasher, offering up lots of cool perks for supporters who donate through the Slay Belles Indiegogo crowd-sourcing campaign.

Slay Belles stars Kristina Klebe (Halloween, Tales of Halloween), Barry Bostwick (Rocky Horror Picture Show), Susan Slaughter (Ghost Hunters International), and Diane Goldner (Halloween II 2009), written and directed by “Spooky” Dan Walker (The Devil’s Carnival) and executive produced by Darren Lynn Bousman (Saw II-IV, Tales of Halloween)

It’s Christmas time in a quaint rural town where a chorus of screams drowns out the holiday carols. Krampus is on the loose and he’s making up for lost time by killing his naughty prey. As Krampus is “soul searching”, three urban explorers in all of their hotness, go on an adventure and break into a long shutdown theme park, Santa Land. 

Unwittingly they find themselves at the scene of the crime where Krampus takes his prey. It’s also where the real live Santa has retired. Now Santa, a crotchety biker-wannabe coping with his faded magical powers, is forced to ally himself with these chicks. 

The fate of the world is riding on their combination of wits, magic and spunk, to take down Krampus once and for all. If they fail, Krampus will kill Christmas and all of the naughty the world over. Now that’s a lot of people…
You can help get Slay Belles finished by donating to the Indiegogo crowd-sourcing campaign here.
Watch the official teaser trailer in the player below, and then give us your thoughts in the comments!

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Kristina Klebe Stars in Christmas Horror ‘Slay Belles’