Deadly Games (1989)


Directed by: René Manzor

Stars: Brigitte Fossey, Louis Ducreux, Patrick Floersheim

Language: French | Subtitles: English (embed)

Country: France | Imdb Info | Ar: 1.85:1 | Brrip

Also known as: 3615 code Père Noël, Dial Code Santa Claus, Deadly Games: Stille Nacht, Tödliche Nacht

Description: Thomas, a very intelligent and resourceful child, is left alone with his beloved and fragile granddad on Christmas Eve, when a psychopath dressed as Santa Claus breaks into their mansion and starts chasing them. Thomas will do whatever he can to save himself and his granddad.


2.34GB | 91:23mins | 1920×1036 | mkv


====bluray extras====

Forbidden Toys 2017 interview with director René Manzor

565MB | 88:46mins | 854×480 | mkv | French | Sub: English


To Become a Man 2017 interview with actor Alain Musy

320MB | 40:50mins | 854×480 | mkv | French | Sub: English


Simon Says Roll Sound 1990 featurette

90MB | 8:47mins | 854×480 | mkv | English | Sub: English


Synapses 1981 animated short film by René Manzor

215MB | 5:20mins | 1920×1080 | mkv | French | Sub: English


Bonnie Tyler: “Merry Christmas” music video

44MB | 2:54mins | 720×396 | mkv | English | Sub: English


Photo slideshow (with forced audio commentary by René Manzor)

101MB | 18:13mins | 854×480 | mkv | French | Sub: English

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5 Responses to Deadly Games (1989)

  1. rarelust says:


    • Thanks you so much Mr rarelust. Please can do you upload the temp 1993 blu ray version from Sf have special features with Head Office interview with director Tom holland and Temp Effects interview with Steve Johnson and Office Politics interview with editor Scott Conrad and Office Gossip interview with lin shaye maybe you can get blu ray copies mr rarelust? Thanks for this is excellent movie so much.

  2. Buster Himen says:

    plagiarized -take (the work or an idea of someone else) and pass it off as one’s own.

    Sorry charlie, but unless your saying that John Hughes is claiming that THIS movie is his, your flat out wrong. John “maybe” drew some inspiration for “part” of home alone, as only the last 20% of the movie even involves the criminals breaking into the house of death, but otherwise these two movies are vastly different, and John certainly never claimed he made this movie here. Get a dictionary pal.

    Thanks for the up on this film! You rock!

    • Jeff Stryker says:

      You tell someone to get a dictionary, yet fail to understand the definition you quoted. You wrote it yourself: “Take the work OR AN IDEA of someone else and pass it off as one’s own”.

  3. Aerosniff Someglue says:

    The Great movie that John Hughes plagiarized to write Home alone. But I like both the harder French version and the funnier US one.

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