This isn’t outright bad, but it’s unfortunately not good, even if its fun (albeit semi-The Santa Clause ripoff) premise suggests it should be.
Walton Goggins committed performance is the best thing about the film. Sadly only he, Marianne Jean-Baptista, and a young Chance Hurstfield are really pulling their weight.
Mel Gibson is alright, but his character is honestly boring for the most part in a film whose best asset is it’s dark humor and camp.
Meanwhile, the initially interest-piquing angle…