[11/13/12 - 12:25 PM] The End of the World Nears in Syfy Original Movie "'12 Disasters of Christmas" Premieres Saturday, December 8 at 9PM Ed Quinn, Magda Aponowicz and Donnelly Rhodes co-star in the project, from Cinetel Films.
[via press release from Syfy]
HAPPY HOLIDAYS --
THE END OF THE WORLD NEARS IN SYFY ORIGINAL MOVIE "'12 DISASTERS OF CHRISTMAS" PREMIERES SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8 AT 9PM ON "THE MOST DANGEROUS NIGHT OF TELEVISION"
NEW YORK - November 13, 2012 - Just in time for the joyous holiday season, the new Syfy Original Movie '12 Disasters of Christmas takes on the ancient Mayan prophecy of worldwide destruction at the end of 2012.
In '12 Disasters of Christmas, premiering Saturday, December 8 at 9PM (ET/PT) on "The Most Dangerous Night of Television," mysterious disasters connected to the Mayan prediction as well as the iconic holiday song, The 12 Days of Christmas, are systematically destroying a small town and spreading throughout the world.
A father (Ed Quinn/Eureka, Starship Troopers 2) learns that his daughter (Magda Aponowicz/Kyle XY, Caprica) is really the "Chosen One" who, alone, can stop further catastrophe - if he can stave off the lunatic townspeople blaming her for the community's destruction. The movie also stars Battlestar Galactica's Donnelly Rhodes.
'12 Disasters of Christmas is a production of Cinetel Films.
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