Krampus

Movie • 2015 • Comedy  Report
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RiftWitch
It is implied that Rosie the dog is swallowed whole by Der Klown when she is sent into the vents after it. However, Der Klown doesn't appear to digest its victims, merely serving as a means of capture. While it is implied that Krampus was about to toss her and the rest of the family into Hell, this proves to just be a vision of warning, with the family, dog and all, shown to be fine in the end. While the ending does make it ambiguous whether the family has been captured by Krampus, or is simply being watched from afar, the director seems to imply the latter.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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Does a cat die?
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Are there bugs?
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cece12500
A snake-like monster.
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Ryanale
There is a brief drug reference with Beth's boyfriend shown holding a bong near the beginning of the movie.
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Yucky
Several sentient gingerbread men catch on fire. It's comedic rather than scary.
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amylourush
Hm...yes AND no. If this is the 2015 one we're discussing, there is a scene in which a jack in the box literally swallows a child, but the ending is pretty confusing and everyone appears to be alive and well.
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RiftWitch
Der klown is a lamia-esque jack-in-the-box monster who serves as one of Krampus' creepier minions. He doesn't speak, or act particularly clown-like, but the motif is right there.
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butterflies
right when you think the film is over :(
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repeppa
Toward the ending there are flashlights moved erratically which was hard to watch in a dark room. Nothing Excessive though.
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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waffletaxi
The daughters are mocked and called "boys" several times in the first half of the movie.
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waffletaxi
the older sister cruelly says she doesn't want to share a room with "girls who pee standing up."
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waffletaxi
to be clear, there are no black people in this movie.
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Ryanale
Direct quote: "Who doesn't make a ham at Christmas? What are you a Jew now?"
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RiftWitch
Being that Krampus is presented as a sort of dark counterpart to Santa Claus, that would imply that Santa himself is also real - though the matter isn't really delved into.
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Kiera Todd
The ending can be interpreted in multiple ways.
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Lycanchic
There is no child abuse, there is bullying amongst the children (cousins). All the children come from loving homes.
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JenniferS
There is a minor amount. I’m highly sensitive, but it didn’t bother me.
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