24 hours of A Christmas Story goes with Christmas just as much as sugar cookies and baked ham. It’s a tradition. Yesterday, I took a look at horror’s favorite classic, The Nightmare Before Christmas. But today, I’m here to talk about traditional tales. Familiar, heartfelt movies that make us laugh, cry and fall deep into the Christmas spirit. But what happens when your favorite Christmas stories are twisted in such a way that they become horrifying; a true vision of terror. As I soon discovered, many of these films can easily be twisted into a scary movie. On the sixth day of Christmas, Bloody-Disgusting gave to me – “Creepy Christmas Movies”.
Day 1: Creepy Christmas Traditions
Day 2: Christmas Characters Gone Wrong
Day 3: Horrifying Holiday Decorations
Day 4: Twisted Yuletide Tales
Day 5: The Nightmare Before Christmas
Day 6: Creepy Christmas Movies
Day 7: Terrifying Toys
Day 8: Top 10 Potential Holiday Weapons
Day 9: Horror’s New Year’s Resolutions
Day 10: Top Picks for the New Year
Day 11: Ghosts of Christmas
Day 12: Happy Horror Holidays
A CHRISTMAS GORY
What if there was something else besides that leg lamp in the FRAGILE box?
SAW MEETS HOME ALONE
Comparing Jigsaw to that Culken kid seems appropriate.
ONE MAGIC CHRISTMAS
Yeah, I’d poke fun at the angel in the creepy trench coat too.
THE SILENCE OF THE WHO’S
Someone was bound to bring the Grinch into this mix.
SANTA CLAUS IS COMING TO TOWN
And I think he’s packing more than some presents and candy canes.
NATIONAL LAMPOON DEMON
There’s only so much you can take during the holidays.
CHRISTMAS WITH THE KRANKS
Horrible holiday movies deserve to be transformed into horror. Makes for good entertainment.
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