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Published on December 22nd, 2011 | by Nature Humphries


13 Christmas Films to Die For

13 Films For a Very Merry Scary Christmas

by Blair McElroy

What better way to celebrate the joy of the season than with gory movies? Let it snow…entrails!!

1. Gremlins (1984) Who hasn’t wanted a Gizmo for Christmas? Fun Fact: “Mogwai” means “monster” in Chinese.

Gizmo would be a great Christmas gift...for a psycho!

2. Black Christmas (1974) – Spoiler alert: This was the first movie where the call was coming from INSIDE THE HOUSE!

The remake is awful.

Sorority girls get a dirty phone call in this creepy clip from Black Christmas.

Margot Kidder as a tormented sorority girl







3. Scream (1996) – Scream was released for the Christmas season because horror fans never get their fix during the holidays. It went on to top the charts for months after.






American Pie's Shannon Elizabeth gets iced.

4. Jack Frost (1996) – Some sort of mutant DNA changes a serial killer into a snowman. Worth it for the laughs. Especially this crazy snowman-rape scene.





5. Rare Exports (2010) – Poor Santa is kept ion a cage in Finland.



Watch the trailer here.






 6. Silent Night Deadly Night (1984) – An abused orphan dresses as Santa and goes on a killing rampage.

You better not pout…






7. To All A Good Night(1980) – Santa’s a serial killer…again.

More dead sorority girls.







8.Christmas Evil (1980) – A crazy toy maker makes a list and checks it twice.








9. Santa’s Slay (2005) – Could it be SATAN?

Psycho Santa.

Starring former WWE Star Bill Goldberg doing’ some good ole’ Yuletide homocide. Watch this crazy scene, featuring Chris Katan and Fran Drescher.






10. Don’t Open Till Christmas (1984) – Anyone in a Santa suit is in danger!

11. Silent Night, Bloody Night (1974) – Mental institutions and escaped serial killers? Yes, please.











12. Thankskilling(2009) –

So, it’s not a Christmas movie, but it is the worst, best holiday movie you’ve ever seen!  You just got stuffed!







13. Santa Claws (1996) – Ugh. Terrible!

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About the Author

Nature Humphries is Editor-in-Chief of The Local Voice. Nature is originally from Vicksburg, Mississippi, but moved to Oxford in 2004 after spending time in the United States Navy. She has also worked in the restaurant industry for many years as a server and a bartender. Nature graduated from Ole Miss in 2007 with a degree in English and Modern Languages.

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