We open with a man and women fooling around when the mans cousin, Xotchitl walks in. He takes Xo back to bed and tells her she needs to sleep because it's after 8 o clock. The only way he know how to keep her in bed is by telling her a scary story, which he messes up, but his girlfriend comes in to save the day. The girlfriend tells the story of the Abominable Snowman, and how many years ago there was a huge snowfall that left everyone stranded in their homes. Due to them all being trapped inside, they failed to realize that the children were disappearing from home. The children were eventually found, but their heart were missing and they realized that whatever did this only ate children's hearts. When they finally found the monster a big, bloody fight took place, it lasted so long that in 1858 the government had to make a truce. Benito Juarez told him he could live, in a cold storage container, but he could only go out at night to take the hearts of the kids not in bed by eight.
The cousin finally chimes in that the kids don't have to be asleep but they do have to stay in their beds and count sheep. Xo asks how she will know it is him, and the girlfriend tells her that he rings a bell and stows the children's body in a cart he pulls along. At that moment a bell starts ringing, with the sound of a cart being pushed, it frightens Xo and the couple leave her room. It turns out that the sound was just the garbage man. The couple heads to their room and have sex, but in the middle the doorbell rings. It's the garbage man, the cousin gives him the garbage, but he gets killed. Guess the garbage man really is the Abominable Snowman! He then kills the girlfriend as well and we see that his weapon of choice is a pizza cutter. I love it! He goes into Xo's room, but she counts sheep so he leaves her alone and leaves the house.
Loved this one! Always love when there is a different type of weapon used, never seen a killer use a pizza cutter before! So far I am really enjoying this movie! Tell me what you thought of the short in the comments, on Twitter (@SilentToHughes) or on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SilentToHughes)
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