Nixon and Hogan Smoke Christmas Movie Review
Directed By: Kevin Strange (Colonel Kill Motherf****rs,CockHammer)
Reviewer: Chuck Conry
So will I be watching this every Christmas now along with Silent Night Deadly Night and Christmas Evil??
If you guys have seen any Hack Movie then you should very well know what you are getting into with one. Sure they seem cheap and at times things happen that are pretty noticeable, like the snow on the ground in this movie being there one scene and then being gone the next but it adds to the charm of the over all film and is expected. I will admit that it looks like the production value has went up as the movie looks really good.
Also coming along with the budget increase is some pretty cheesy CGI! Which while in a major Hollywood release would come across laughable it’s meant to be laughable in the world of Strangeville. So you may not “get it” if you don’t realize that but if you know it’s meant to be just what it is going on you should be more forgiving.
One minor complaint I have for this movie is after seeing the whole line of work from Kevin Strange I know what he can do with his dialogue in his films and this time around it just didn’t seem to have that same spark. Not saying that the rest isn’t classic Hack Movies because it is, this one aspect just didn’t seem to be what it was in the previous films suck as CockHammer or Stiff Jobs.
That being said, it’s good mindless fun none the less! If you’ve ever wanted to see a Zombie Santa fight off his urge for eating brains with a three way of epic Strangeville proportions then by all means give this a watch! Nixon and Hogan have always been the Jay and Silent Bob of the Hack Movie world and it’s always fun to see them on the screen, just don’t go in looking for anything more than what it is meant to be.
Nixon And Hogan Smoke Christmas is what you have come to expect from Kevin Strange and friends over at Hack Movies. It’s vulgar, it’s low budget, it’s a little “out there”, but it can be very entertaining to if you’re into this sorta stuff.
The Rating (5/10)