Time to spread the Yule time fear. In this festive film, Santa Claus is actually the only son of Satan, and he happens to lose a bet which forces him to spread joy (not death) on Christmas day. But now his bet is over and he’s back to slaying.
Bring home two supernatural horror classics with the release of the Collector’s Editions of Poltergeist II and Poltergeist III on January 31st, 2017 from Scream Factory. Please let me know if you’re interested in review copies of these suspenseful sagas.
Garbage Day! Oddly enough one of horror’s most hilarious and infamous scenes comes from this little sequel to one of Christmas’ coolest flicks. Does it hold up to its predecessor? Ax and you shall receive.
Punish! Punish! Punish! The holiday mantra of psycho Santas across the world. It all started with Silent Night, Deadly Night- a flick that proves fear mongering is best done without Christmas involved. Have you been naughty or nice? Are you sure? Read on.
Everyone’s favorite campy Christmas horror tale involves a serial killer turned snowman who still goes at it as a frozen and fluffy monster. Jack Frost nips at more than just your nose in this comedy slasher.
If you look up the definition of a text book horror remake, your search results will give you 2006’s Black Christmas; a gory, cliche, and undoubtedly roast-worthy fun ride. Grab your landline and stay in the house for this one.
A mysterious, giant man dressed as Saint Nick starts picking off the sinning citizens of a small, cold town. It takes the entire tiny police force to take him down. Maybe. Cue the eerie Christmas carols.
Get ready to battle some Nazis and their crazy plans to breed superhumans via mischievous, murderous elves. Don’t worry, it gets better. It’s set in a shopping mall during the Christmas season. So charming.
What happens when you decide to do a good deed for an elderly neighbor? A lot of messed up shit, that’s what. Santa slasher All Through the House gives you gore galore, a naughty twist, and secret recipe eggnog to sip on this Christmas. Worst thing first; the acting. My good gracious, this was a…