No Holiday Is Complete Without Themed Horror Movies

With Thanksgiving and Christmas fast approaching film companies are getting ready to release a slew of holiday themed horror films. If you’re like me this is good news. It’s a tradition in my house to watch horror holiday themed movies every year. Here’s a guide to help keep you entertained during the holidays.

Thanksgiving

Thankskilling (2009)

A turkey with a taste for murder and a foul mouth takes revenge on a group of collage students.

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Poultrygeist (2006)

A chicken restaurant built on an Indian burial ground experiences chaos when the food is possessed.

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Christmas

This Christmas you can expect several new movies. There are three new Krampus themed movies coming out this December from film makers Kevin Smith, Michael Dougherty and Jason Hull.

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For those of you who don’t know, Krampus is the creature from legend who comes to punish the bad children on Santa’s list.

 

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Black Christmas

An escaped man returns to his childhood home that is now a sorority house.

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Silent Night Deadly Night (1984)

There are several sequels and a 2012 remake.

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The Gingerdead Man

When the soul of a convicted killer possesses the body of a gingerbread cookie chaos ensues. This holday movie stars Gary Busey.

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Jack Frost (1997)

When the truck transporting convicted Killer Jack Frost crashes in a truck carrying material from a genetics lab the killer is turned into a psychotic snow man.

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A Nightmare Before Christmas

Jack Skellington, the king of Halloween, has decided to give being Santa a shot.

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