The Best Horror Christmas Movies To Watch This Holiday Season!
The Best Horror Christmas Movies To Watch This Holiday Season!
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and that means you’ll have a lot of family and food to look forward to. and what better way to work off that festive feast than a good old holly filled horror. We’ve scoured the internet and found a selection of the best Christmas based horror films for you and your family to tuck into over the holidays. You better not cry, here are The Best Horror Christmas Movies To Watch This Holiday Season!
Silent Night, Bloody Night (1972)
Lets start your Black Christmas checklist with the original Christmas horror Silent Night, Bloody Night. This eggnog covered classic set the standard for almost every slasher flick that followed. From Carpenters Halloween to Scream, it’s hard to find a slasher film that does not take it’s cues from the classic Christmas horror. From terrorizing phone calls to hack and slash deaths, you’ll find them all here.
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Black Christmas (1974)
A Christmas party in a sorority house, a telephone killer and rising body count, Black Christmas is the early home invasion film that will certainly put the chills back in your Christmas celebration. Coming from an age where the rules of horror were not set in stone, no one is safe from the killers wrath. From virgins to the last-girl, there are no guarantees they will survive, making it a truly supreme slasher.
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Christmas Evil (1980)
A terrifying tale about a toy maker turned psycho who goes on a yuletide killing spree! One of the first films that featured a Santa Claus dressed killer, making it one of the more obviously festive thrillers. Christmas Evil is a slow burning horror, but the intensity of the killer more than makes up for any lack of pace.
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Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984)
After witnessing his parents murder by a criminal dressed as Santa Claus, a man goes on a crazed murderous rampage. This classic story about a shopping center Santa that snaps set standards in creative kills. There are better killer Santa movies, but this one certainly is the more graphic of early yuletide horrors.
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Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2 (1987)
Being one of the first Christmas horror sequels, Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2, was followed by five sequels. Part 2 upped the ante in creative kills and crazy acting, making it a truly entertaining Christmas candy.
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Hotly debated as to whether or not it actually is a Christmas film, Gremlins is a story about a boy who revives a rather unusual gift. Being one of very first “tiny terror” films, Gremlins is filled with chills and spills as a bunch of crazy creatures terrorize a town. As to it being a Christmas film, recent DVD/Blu-ray releases come packaged in a cover depicting a wrapped box with ribbons, with a Santa hat wearing Gremlin bursting from the corner, just to hammer the point in. Yes..of course it’s a Christmas film.
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Jack Frost (1997)
This low-budget festive horror sees a serial killer become a snow man after being involved in a terrible accident. Filled with creative kills and silly one-liners, this film is sure to melt your mind.
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Santa’s Slay (2005)
After 1,000 years of good cheer, Santa’s is finally free of abet he made. Rather than be the jolly, gift giving man we all thought he was, he’s actually a devil. This goofy but surprisingly smart film, is sure to be killer hit on your Christmas list.
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Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale (2010)
An ‘archaeological’ dig has just unearthed the real Santa, and he’s really mad. This Finnish film is clever blend of Christmas horror and comedy, making it an entertaining thriller for all to enjoy. Showing the dark side of old Saint Nick, this oddball film is a real treat.
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A Christmas Horror Story (2015)
This Canadian-made film is the stocking filler you’ve been looking for. The Christmas anthology is a enjoyable, sometimes scary, sometimes gory, horror that will certainly have something for everyone. It’s main story is a twisted and shocking tale that will certainly leave you cold!
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A dysfunctional family unleash the wrath of Krampus: a demonic force of ancient evil intent on punishing non-believers. This epic horror film carefully balances it’s dark humor and violence, making it a well made and thoroughly entertaining Christmas horror. Filled with elves, demonic toys and killer presents, Krampus is the ultimate in yuletide horror.
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Better Watch Out (2017)
This contemporary Christmas slasher is a cult classic in the making. With plenty of gore, a dusting of decorations and plenty of humor, Better Watch Out is the chilling snowflake you’ve been waiting for. This festive twisted spin on home-invasion horror see’s a baby sitter defending the children against intruders. This one will surely entertain you on those long dark cold nights.
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“Merry X-mas Horror Fans. We hope this list will give you a few ideas for films to watch over the Xmas holidays. If you find the time between eggnog and turkey to watch a few thriller, make sure to pick a few off our list. Enjoy yourself and have a great Christmas.