The holidays, you know that means travel, family, and stress. Shudder has just the thing the help you unwind, a killer holiday-horror lineup titled “Unhappy Holidays”, featuring exclusives, classics, new movies, and Joe Bob Briggs specials.
The Last Drive-In host Joe Bob Briggs is back, just in time to provide an escape from holiday season overload with two new marathons featuring films hand-picked by Joe Bob himself, filled with his signature brand of drive-in wisdom and commentary.
Thanksgiving — Thursday, November 22 — “The Dinners of Death”
Feast on a selection of “deadly dinner” films picked by the world’s
foremost (and possibly only) drive-in movie critic, kicking off with Joe
Bob’s all-time favorite drive-in classic, which he’ll be presenting for
the first time in more than thirty years of TV horror hosting. (The
mystery title will be revealed during the event.)
Christmas — Friday, December 21 — “A Very Joe Bob Christmas”
Forget Rudolph, Santa, and Frosty and instead spend the holidays at the
Drive-In with a selection of nightmare-inducing movies utterly lacking
in Christmas cheer.
snaps and goes on a yuletide killing spree in this utterly deranged
Christmas horror fable that John Waters called “the greatest Christmas
movie of all time.”
the hands of tyrannical nuns, a tormented teenager dons the iconic red
suit and beard and goes on a murderous rampage.
the LA Times called “a consistently surprising and unusually well-acted
thriller”. On a quiet suburban street, a babysitter must defend a
twelve-year-old boy from intruders, only to discover it’s far from a
normal home invasion. Directed by Chris Peckover and starring Olivia
DeJonge (The Visit) and Levi Miller (Pan).
Christmas is an early example of the slasher film, containing many of the tropes
that would become synonymous with the genre a decade later.
of Christmas stories, featuring a wide ensemble of characters doing
their best to avoid the horrors of the holidays. Starring Constance Wu
(Crazy Rich Asians) and Jonathan Kite (2 Broke Girls).