You better watch out, you better not cry, you better not pout, I'm telling you why... Sounds like an intro to a well known Christmas song but the answer isn't the one you think. You see those that are not true in spirit might just attract Krampus. Krampus is the shadow of St. Nicholas (or commonly known as Santa Claus), and his only goal is to remove anyone who is not pure of heart. It's never that simple though. In this setting, a family is getting ready for Christmas. They've opened their home to family but not their hearts... Right from the start, the tension is so thick you could cut it with a knife. Each of them has something to complain about causing arguments and strife throughout the household. There is only one of them that believes there could still be some good in the world and his letter to Santa might be his last. When a struggle ensues over the beloved letter to Santa. In a fit of frustration, he tosses it to the wind. Little does he know where his letter will end up. As the family tries to put their lives back together after the holiday debacle, each of them begins to see that it truly is about the spirit of Christmas more than anything else. This story has a good moral to it as a whole and it's told and animated well but it lacks in one major area... It's just not scary. It succeeds in creepy and freaky but falls short in the fear. Overall it ends up being a combination of National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation, Alien and Gremlins. It's definitely not for everyone but it'll definitely be a new classic for many of its viewers.