Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2


You can leave now.


My name is Dr. Bloom.

You can call me Henry.

Or, if you would feel more

comfortable, you can just call me Doc.

F*ck off, Doc.

I'm not one for games, Ricky.

I'm a professional.

My time is very valuable.

Oh, and mine isn't?

Your time is running out, son.

I'm your last chance.

- Yeah?

- Yeah.

What makes you think you can

bullshit your way into my head...

like every other

pencil-necked piece of shit?

I told you to get out!

Sit down, Ricky.

Let's get something straight.

I will ask the questions.

You will answer them.

You will talk.

I will listen.

But then you know that.

- I'm not the first psychiatrist

you've seen. - No kiddin'.


Then let's get started.

I need to ask you something.

Shoot. It's your dime.

It's my dime.

Who killed your parents?

You really want to know?

Who, Ricky?

Who did it?

Santa Claus.

It was Christmas eve.

I was just a baby,

and Billy was only seven.

But he knew

all about Santa Claus.

Mom, what time is it?

It's almost 4:
30, honey. We're

gonna be at Grandpa's pretty soon.

- What time does Santa Claus come?

- Not until everyone is asleep.

Can't I stay up

and see him?

I wouldn't if I were you.

It's naughty to stay up

past your bedtime.

What if we don't get home by my

bedtime? We will, hon. Don't worry.

Santa Claus is gonna bring you

a big surprise tonight.

You just wait and see.

It was night

by the time we reached that turnoff.

I don't know

what made him stop.

- What's that?

- Hmm?

Actually, I do know

what made him stop.

- There it is again. See? - There's

something up there, all right.

Do you see what I see?

Billy was there.

- You think we should wake up Billy?

- Billy told me everything.

- Santa Claus! - Looks like you

get to see him tonight after all.

- Need a ride, Santa Claus?

- No. Not exactly.

Jim, go!

Oh, yeah?

Gonna hit me?


Ho, ho, ho.

It was him,

jolly Saint Nick...

with a knife in his hand.

Where are you,

you little bastard?


He left us out there to die.

That was a long time ago.

How could you possibly

remember all that?


I was there.

You know, I don't like

your attitude, Bloom.

My attitude is not

the issue, Mr. Caldwell.

Oh, I forgot.

You in a hurry, Doc?

Am I wasting

your valuable time?

Tell me about your

stay at Saint Mary's orphanage.

I hated that fucking place.

It was

rough on both of us.

And Christmastime

was always the worst.

All right, now. Who's next?

We haven't seen

your drawing yet, have we?

It didn't exactly

bring out the best...

in Billy.

Billy. Billy.


Come on up here. Put your drawing

on the board with the others.

You put it in place,

and I'll put the tape on it.

Sister, look.

Billy, take that down.

Explain this, William.

I'm sorry, Mother Superior.

Are you?

I don't think so.

But you will be. You will

learn what it is to be sorry.

- Now go to your room and stay there.

- Yes, Mother Superior.

Until I tell you

to come out.

You finally have what you've

been asking for, Mother Superior.


Of what, Sister Margaret?

Of what I've been saying.

That it's all

still inside him.

Simply because something

unfortunate happened to his parents,

which he knows

nothing about,

is no reason to

allow him to run wild.

He must be taught.

Good day, Sister.

Good day, Mother Superior.

I think you've been locked

away up here long enough.

Why don't you come out and

help us build our snowman?

I can't.

Look, Billy, Mother Superior

only wants what's best for you.

And I think what's best for you is to come

out and play with the other children, okay?

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