Santa Claus' naughty list just got a lot longer.
"When a team of mercenaries breaks into a wealthy family compound on Christmas Eve, taking everyone inside hostage, the team isn't prepared for a surprise combatant: Santa Claus is on the grounds, and he's about to show why this Nick is no saint," reads an official synopsis.
Released Wednesday, the 2½-minute preview begins with Santa (Harbour, 47) letting out a belch after finishing a beer. When the bartender asks if he's driving, Santa says, "I steer a little, but the reindeer do most of the work."
Soon, the bad guys (led by John Leguizamo's character Ben) are shown interrupting a family's idyllic Christmas Eve. After shooting up their Christmas tree, Ben says of the $300 million in the family's vault, "That's what I want for Christmas."
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Universal Pictures David Harbour in Violent Night (2022)
After one of Ben's cronies engages a reluctant Santa in combat, the latter is shown unleashing a series of winter-wonderland-worthy weapons upon various assailants, including a tree star to the eye, a bag of explosive coal and a garland he appears to wield with the intention of strangulation.
"Who is he? 'Cause he's not your typical mall Santa," asks Ben.
"Santa, are you there?" one young resident of the house, Trudy Lightstone, asks through a two-way radio. "Daddy said you were very busy tonight."
"Are you gonna help us, Santa?" she adds.
A battered Santa replies back, "Yeah, Trudy. You're on my nice list."
Universal Pictures Poster for Violent Night (2022)
Harbour shared the trailer to his Instagram feed on Wednesday, quipping in the caption, "Happy holidays and seasons beatings to you all."
"I'm making a list," he previously wrote in a comment on a post revealing the movie's poster.
"This is gonna be a monster!" Leguizamo, 62, wrote alongside his own share of the poster. "F---ing hilarious and violent! I'm not biased just cause I star in it with genius David harbour!"
Violent Night is only in theaters Dec. 2.