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October is finally here—which means it's time to eat (candy), drink (cider), and be scary! Whether you're hosting a Halloween party, trying your hand at pumpkin carving, or reading a spooky Halloween book, there are so many fun Halloween activities to celebrate the holiday. But the easiest way to get in the spirit of the season—pun intended—is by watching a classic Halloween movie.

Ree Drummond loves horror movies, and has seen at least half of the films in this scary Halloween movie roundup. "I'm not sure what that says about me," she jokes. "But the original Halloween will forever be at the top of my list."

If you're not into super spooky stuff like Ree, have no fear (ha!)—because there's no shortage of classic Halloween movies to choose from. Scary slashers like Friday the 13th will keep you up all night, while kid-friendly Disney Halloween movies like Hocus Pocus will entertain your whole family. If you're looking for a psychological thriller, The Sixth Sense will surely make your hair stand on end. Plus, there are so many Halloween movies on Netflix and Hulu you can stream any time!

No matter what you're in the mood for, you can't go wrong with any of the best Halloween movies of all time!

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Scary Movie
written by Shawn Wayans, Marlon Wayans, Buddy Johnson, Phil Beauman, Jason Friedberg, and Aaron Seltzer

Buffy: Hello? Is someone there? Hellooooo? (the killer steps out from behind a post) Ah! Ha, very funny. Who put you up to this? Cindy? Lose the cape, it's way too 90's horror. (the killer pulls out a knife) Oh, so what movie is this from? Die Cheerleader Die? Wanna play Psycho Killer? Can I be the helpless cheerleader? Is this where I'm supposed to beg for my life? "Please Mr. Scary Killer, don't kill me." (killer stabs her in the stomach) Oh, is this where I'm supposed to bleed? Oh look I'm bleeding, eek! Eek! Oh, ya I'm supposed to run right? Ok, I'm running, I'm running! Help! Now I'm gonna fall and break my leg, leaving me helpless. (does so) There you go Mr. Scary Killer, I'm panicking now. Oh no! Somebody please help me! Oh God, no! No. Oh now what? Oh this must be the big climax, hope you don't mind if I fake it! (screams, and the killer cuts off her head) Oh look at me, I'm all dead, I'm a gross scary, severed head. Come on, please. Do you know who I am? I'm Miss Teen, and you're really giving me a headache. And you got blood all over my Gucci sweater. I hope you're gonna pay for that. I will not be ignored by the likes of you.

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Scary Movie quotes


View QuoteReporter: How close were you to the victim?
Shorty: Real close, real close. 'Til the roofies wore off and she woke up, talkin' about pressin' charges. So I just pulled my tongue out her ass and left.

View QuoteThe Killer: Do you know where I am?
Cindy: Um, you're, you're behind the couch...
Killer: What?! How do you know that?
Cindy: I can um, see your feet.
The Killer: Oh, ****! Okay, turn around, close your eyes, no peeking! (The Killer hides under the rug, but then gets up)
(Cindy turns around)
The Killer: Hey, hey, hey! Turn around! No peeking!
(Cindy quickly turns back around)
The Killer: (hides behind the curtain with his hook hanging out) Okay, now turn around. Now, do you know where I am? Ha ha ha, you don't, do you?
Cindy: No, Mr. Killer, I don't know where you are...
The Killer: I'll give you a big clue! (The Killer pops back out)
(Cindy screams and runs)
The Killer: (chases her and trips) Oh, I gotta stop drinking.

View Quote[At a press conference] Let me just say that the killing of these teens has been tragic, but, uh... hey, you know, shit happens.

View Quote[laughs] Yo, if y'all are watching this tape right now, that means I didn't make it. If I'm a prisoner or worse, dead. Anyhow, I'm gonna tell you the rules to survive this situation. Rule number 1: you gotta be quick. Rule number 2: DON'T fall down. And rule number 3: whatever you do, NEVER LOOK BACK! Y'all wish me luck... SNATCH AND RUN, Y'ALL!

View Quote[reporting live while a student is in the background fooling around] Hello, I'm Gail Hailstorm, author of the book "You're Dead, I'm Rich". A small college town is in shock after the unthinkable has happened. A brutal killing spree that left one teen dead... that's it! [pulls out a gun and shoots the student]... two teens dead and this small town shaken and stirred.

View Quote A small dick's like a disability, man! Would you make fun of a guy in a wheelchair?! Huh? Where are you, you sick ****?! I'll kick the shit outta you, all right?! It's not the size of the hammer, it's the nail you're throwing it at!

View Quote Okay, chopzilla, listen up, [holds up her thumb] This little piggy went to the market. [holds up her middle finger] This little piggy stayed home... [points at cameraman] And if this little piggy doesn't roll the goddamn camera, I'm gonna shove my foot up his ****ing ass - [camera clicks on]

View Quote Reporting live for Black TV! White folks are dead, we're getting the **** outta here! (Starts the van as his crew hurriedly jumps in and slams the doors) C'mon ****, let's go, mother****er!

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To this day, I still haven't seen any of the Halloween movies, mostly due to the enduring childhood trauma of my older brother playing the theme song, in order to terrorize me. I'm not sure if that's where I can trace the origin of my inability to get through anything scarier than A Quiet Place, but either way, I can't stand horror movies. It's exactly why I will read the Wikipedia page of a scary movie (hello, Hereditary) instead of seeing it to avoid FOMO without actually having to see the movie.

If you can't stand horror movies either, there are few reasons why.

For starters, some people enjoy feeling more intense emotions. This is called a "need for affect," and a 2010 study found that people with this desire tend to like horror movies. As for the rest of us, we might just not get as much out of feeling all the feelings.

And just as how some people are naturally more thrill-seeking than others, some of us just react to fear differently. Margee Kerr, sociologist and author of Scream: Chilling Adventures in the Science of Fear, says that different people respond to threats in different ways.

"There are folks who have had a bad experience with horror movies or scary content and associate all things scary with negativity," she says. "[It's] basic fear conditioning, for them it's just not fun and never has been."

Kerr also says that some people see scary movies as an outlet for safely experiencing stress and anxiety without real-world consequences, but of course, some of us don't feel that way.

"It really all depends on if people want to be scared — their expectations — and the content they like," she says. "Psychologically when we make it through a safe yet scary activity it results in feelings of confidence, competence, accomplishment, and success — it can be a real self-esteem boost."

But if, like me, you like to keep all aspects of your life as chill as possible and don't want to be scared, that's totally cool and valid, too.

Источник: https://www.refinery29.com/en-us/horror-movies-psychology-of-fear

Am I the only one who thinks Christmas Eve is low-key kinda creepy? I mean, almost everything is closed, people are typically at home gathered around the fire with their families, even the air outside feels quiet and eerie. It's the perfect setting for someone to jump out and murder you!!!!!!!!!

As it turns out, I'm onto something, and there's a whole sub-genre of movies classified as Christmas horror—which you probably already know because hi, you're reading this. It makes total sense to me: family time is freakin' stressful, especially around the holidays. Instead of *getting* *into* *it* with your sibs, why not channel your energy into a gory X-mas thriller?

From spooky classics like Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas to faves like Home for the Holidays (directed by *the* Jodie Foster, NBD), there's a Christmas horror movie on this list for everyone—no matter whether you've been extra naughty or way too nice.

Inside

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This film may be in French, but terrifying movies are universal. Be warned, if you also get extremely freaked out at the thought of a home invasion, then this one will be extra scary. It's all about a pregnant woman who, shortly after her husband's Christmas Eve death, gets terrorized in her home by an eerie stranger.

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The Day of the Beast

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OK get this: a secret code in the Bible tells a priest that the antichrist is supposed to be born on Christmas Eve. So what does he do to try to stop it? Commit as much evil as he can, of course!

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The Lodge

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When a woman named Grace is left stranded at a middle-of-nowhere lodge with her fiancé's two children during a snowstorm, they are terrorized by things that seem to be related to Grace's past. This movie's got Jarden Martell (who you might recognize from It and Knives Out) plus Alicia freakin' Silverstone, so the cast is great.

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Stranger in the House

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If a classic slasher movie is more your thang, then this 1974 release is what you want to be watching. It's got everything you could ever want in a '70s horror flick: sorority sisters on winter break, creepy threatening phone calls, and, of course, murder.

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Silent Night

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Make sure no young children are around because this is definitely NOT the version of Santa you want them to see. In this movie, the police force of a midwestern town is trying to track down a serial killer who dresses as jolly old Saint Nick and goes around murdering people on Christmas Eve.

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Saint

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Speaking of Saint Nicholas, this movie asks the age old question "What if Saint Nick was actually a blood-thirsty bishop who kidnaps and murders small children when there's a full moon on December 5?" The answer: It wouldn't be good!

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The Children

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Sure, kids are cute and all, but how do we realllly know what their imaginative lil brains are up to? They could turn on you during Christmas vacation in an ~isolated~ country home and try to kill you, like in this freaky horror flick from 2008.

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Anna and the Apocalypse

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A zombie apocalypse...on Christmas...honestly, at the rate the past year has gone, I wouldn't be surprised if this were on the docket for us this season.

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Christmas Evil

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If you're in the mood for some '80s goodness, then queue up this masterpiece about a toy-factory employee who has a nervous breakdown and starts murdering people—on Christmas, duh—in part because learning that Santa isn't real scarred him as a child.

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Saint Nick

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Originally a Dutch film entitled Sint, this movie is based on the real story of a 15th-century gang led by former bishop Niklas. The group was ultimately murdered by villagers who were sick and tired of putting up with their looting and killing. During years in which the gang's death date December 5 coincides with a full moon, they return as murderous ghosts. Spo0o0o0oky.

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The Gingerdead Man

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Legit real-life cookie monster (made from the ashes of a serial killer, natch) seeks revenge in a small Texas town. Half slasher, half comedy, 100 percent bizarre.

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Home for the Holidays

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A classic father-asks-his-daughters-to-kill-his-new-wife-because-he-thinks-she's-poisoning-him tale. Nothing like going home for the holidays in the '70s, right?

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The Traveler

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I've always wondered what kind of phone calls the police receive on Christmas Eve—if I were to guess, probs a lot of family drama. But I've never really considered what would happen if someone walked into a police station the night before Christmas to confess to multiple murders...

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All the Creatures Were Stirring

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Riffing on the classic Clement Clarke Moore poem, this movie delivers a major plot twist―what if, on Christmas Eve, all the most terrifying creatures were let loose to make one hell of a bloody stir?!

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Krampus

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In America, disobedient children get threatened with coal during the holidays, but in some parts of Europe bad kids get threatened with Krampus, a demonic goat man who abducts them in the dead of night if they talk back to their parents. Obviously, a freaky goat is way worse than receiving a useful-if-environmentally-unsustainable source of fuel in your stocking, so they made a horror movie about it.

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Gremlins

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Perhaps you've forgotten that Gremlins begins with a guy buying a mogwai as a Christmas present for his son. Gizmo the mogwai quickly reproduces, and then a bunch of lil creatures turn into murderous reptilian monsters. The moral of the story here is that you should never buy a gift that comes with the warning "don't feed after midnight."

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Black Christmas

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Black Christmas has the impressive distinction of being both a holiday horror movie and a sorority horror movie. It's about a group of sorority sisters being terrorized by a murderer hiding in the attic of their house. The original Black Christmas premiered in 1974, followed by a remake in 2006.

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The Nightmare Before Christmas

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Fine, fine, this is not technically a horror movie, but '90s children can vouch for getting dragged out of the movie theater screaming because their parents underestimated the fright factor of a talking skeleton. The Tim Burton-produced movie tells the story of Jack Skellington, a resident of Halloween Town who decides he wants to check out the situation in Christmas Town. Because Christmas is awesome, he thinks the holiday should be shared with the people of Halloween Town and so he makes it his mission to help them incorporate some yuletide traditions into their usual spooky routines. Is this a Christmas movie or a Halloween movie? You can decide for yourself.

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Jack Frost

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There are at least four movies called Jack Frost, but for the purposes of getting scared on Christmas, you'll want the 1997 edition. That one is about a serial killer named Jack Frost who turns into a snowman and goes on a murder spree in a town called Snowmonton. If that sounds like too much for you, you could also go with the 1998 Jack Frost, which is about a guy coming back to life as a snowman after dying in a car accident—this second one is mysteriously not classified as a horror movie, though.

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Better Watch Out

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A more recent addition to the Christmas horror genre, Better Watch Out stars Stranger Things actor Dacre Montgomery, so if you're not sure if this tale of Christmas babysitting gone wrong is right for you, allow Billy's mullet to convince you.

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Elves

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The tagline here should be enough to sell this one: "They're not working for Santa...anymore."

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Santa's Slay

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What would happen if Santa Claus was actually the spawn of Satan? The answer—spoiler alert—is, ya know, lots of awful death and stuff.

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Santa Claws

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Not be confused with the 2014 Santa Claws, which has something to do with Father Christmas being allergic to cats, the 1996 movie is about a guy who dresses up as Santa and murders people with a claw, as ya do.

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A Christmas Horror Story

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Released in 2015, A Christmas Horror Story is actually made up of four separate stories, including one where all of Santa's elves turn into zombies and another where Krampus (him again!) goes on a killing spree. Don't you wish you were still worried about the coal?

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Wind Chill

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Not long after The Devil Wears Prada, Emily Blunt starred in this horror film as a college student who catches a ride home for the holidays. Naturally, the ride doesn't go as planned and, well, you can guess what happens next. Prepare to be haunted by Brenda Lee’s classic “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree,” well after the credits roll.

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Silent Night, Deadly Night

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Slasher met Christmas in the 1980s with the release of Silent Night, Deadly Night, but its time in theaters didn’t last long. Due to the controversial premise of the film (a man grows up in an abusive Catholic orphanage following the grisly murder of his parents on Christmas Eve, leading him to become a serial killer in a Santa outfit), Silent Night, Deadly Night was pulled just one week after its debut. The movie has since gained a cult following. If you must, there are four sequels in the franchise.

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Rare Exports

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This thriller from Finland has everything: the harsh realities of winter, an adorable child you want to protect from the comfort of your couch, and a dark secret around Santa Claus stemming from a legendary mountain called Korvatunturi. In his review of the film, Roger Ebert called Rare Exports “a rather brilliant lump of coal for your stocking hung by the fireside with care.”

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Dead End

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Ray Wise, best known for playing Leland Palmer on Twin Peaks, plays Frank, a father who has a nightmare drive on Christmas Eve in this French movie. The nightmare isn’t because of his dysfunctional family (no fam is perfect) but because of the unimaginable horrors he encounters along the way.

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To All a Goodnight

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There are only so many ways to make Christmas scary, so don’t be surprised to learn that the murderer on the loose in To All a Goodnight is dressed...in a Santa suit. His targets? A group of finishing school students and their boyfriends. Feel free to watch this 87-minute movie while folding laundry and declining texts to the next Zoom Christmas party.

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Red Christmas

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Sometimes your Christmas Day is spent dealing with your oddball Aunt Linda, and then other times it's spent trying to not be murdered by the son you tried and failed to abort 20 years ago who has now shown up wanting violent revenge on your entire family. Holidays! Amirite?

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How much "scary stuff" can my young kid handle?

Some kids like scary stuff, and some kids hate it. Movies with fearsome images, intense danger, loud noises, and -- above all -- blood and gore can create all sorts of problems, so it's wise to take it slowly. Children younger than 7 can't easily distinguish between fantasy and reality, even if you tell them it's not real. You will know if your kids have become too frightened when they start having sleep problems, irrational fears, and obsessions with, for example, zombies.

Disturbing images and sounds can affect vulnerable kids for years. When scary surprises, such as the one at the beginning of Finding Nemo, crop up suddenly in a movie, check in with your kids. Because they're caught up in the emotion of fear, they may miss the fact that a scene has a safe resolution. Feel free to leave the movie theater, turn off a show, or otherwise shut down something you think is agitating. Talk about it, comfort your kid, and use it as a gauge for next time. These tips can help:

  • Choose with care. Kids over 5 may like haunted houses, mysteries, and things popping out everywhere, but stick to animation, which helps them realize it's fantasy. Be careful with monsters, skeletons, aliens, and zombies. Avoid any material involving danger to characters near their age.
  • Be prepared for when things go bump in the night.If your kid is frightened at bedtime, give him physical comfort, a glass of water, or a distraction. Kids 2 to 7 respond well to magical remedies and nightly rituals, such as cleaning the monsters out of the closet.
  • Avoid shows and movies in which characters use violence to resolve conflict. But if it comes up, talk about alternative ways that characters could have solved a problem.
  • Watch the clock. Avoid potentially frightening stuff (including serious loss, scary suspense, bullying, coercion, and portrayals of psychological dysfunction) right before bedtime.
Источник: https://www.commonsensemedia.org/violence-in-the-media/how-much-scary-stuff-can-my-young-kid-handle

Hello is it me you re looking for scary movie -

October is finally here—which means it's time to eat (candy), drink (cider), and be scary! Whether you're hosting a Halloween party, trying your hand at pumpkin carving, or reading a spooky Halloween book, there are so many fun Halloween activities to celebrate the holiday. But the easiest way to get in the spirit of the season—pun intended—is by watching a classic Halloween movie.

Ree Drummond loves horror movies, and has seen at least half of the films in this scary Halloween movie roundup. "I'm not sure what that says about me," she jokes. "But the original Halloween will forever be at the top of my list."

If you're not into super spooky stuff like Ree, have no fear (ha!)—because there's no shortage of classic Halloween movies to choose from. Scary slashers like Friday the 13th will keep you up all night, while kid-friendly Disney Halloween movies like Hocus Pocus will entertain your whole family. If you're looking for a psychological thriller, The Sixth Sense will surely make your hair stand on end. Plus, there are so many Halloween movies on Netflix and Hulu you can stream any time!

No matter what you're in the mood for, you can't go wrong with any of the best Halloween movies of all time!

Источник: https://www.thepioneerwoman.com/news-entertainment/g33607802/classic-halloween-movies/

How much "scary stuff" can my young kid handle?

Some kids like scary stuff, and some kids hate it. Movies with fearsome images, intense danger, loud noises, and -- above all -- blood and gore can create all sorts of problems, so it's wise to take it slowly. Children younger than 7 can't easily distinguish between fantasy and reality, even if you tell them it's not real. You will know if your kids have become too frightened when they start having sleep problems, irrational fears, and obsessions with, for example, zombies.

Disturbing images and sounds can affect vulnerable kids for years. When scary surprises, such as the one at the beginning of Finding Nemo, crop up suddenly in a movie, check in with your kids. Because they're caught up in the emotion of fear, they may miss the fact that a scene has a safe resolution. Feel free to leave the movie theater, turn off a show, or otherwise shut down something you think is agitating. Talk about it, comfort your kid, and use it as a gauge for next time. These tips can help:

  • Choose with care. Kids over 5 may like haunted houses, mysteries, and things popping out everywhere, but stick to animation, which helps them realize it's fantasy. Be careful with monsters, skeletons, aliens, and zombies. Avoid any material involving danger to characters near their age.
  • Be prepared for when things go bump in the night.If your kid is frightened at bedtime, give him physical comfort, a glass of water, or a distraction. Kids 2 to 7 respond well to magical remedies and nightly rituals, such as cleaning the monsters out of the closet.
  • Avoid shows and movies in which characters use violence to resolve conflict. But if it comes up, talk about alternative ways that characters could have solved a problem.
  • Watch the clock. Avoid potentially frightening stuff (including serious loss, scary suspense, bullying, coercion, and portrayals of psychological dysfunction) right before bedtime.
Источник: https://www.commonsensemedia.org/violence-in-the-media/how-much-scary-stuff-can-my-young-kid-handle

Scary Movie
written by Shawn Wayans, Marlon Wayans, Buddy Johnson, Phil Beauman, Jason Friedberg, and Aaron Seltzer

Buffy: Hello? Is someone there? Hellooooo? (the killer steps out from behind a post) Ah! Ha, very funny. Who put you up to this? Cindy? Lose the cape, it's way too 90's horror. (the killer pulls out a knife) Oh, so what movie is this from? Die Cheerleader Die? Wanna play Psycho Killer? Can I be the helpless cheerleader? Is this where I'm supposed to beg for my life? "Please Mr. Scary Killer, don't kill me." (killer stabs her in the stomach) Oh, is this where I'm supposed to bleed? Oh look I'm bleeding, eek! Eek! Oh, ya I'm supposed to run right? Ok, I'm running, I'm running! Help! Now I'm gonna fall and break my leg, leaving me helpless. (does so) There you go Mr. Scary Killer, I'm panicking now. Oh no! Somebody please help me! Oh God, no! No. Oh now what? Oh this must be the big climax, hope you don't mind if I fake it! (screams, and the killer cuts off her head) Oh look at me, I'm all dead, I'm a gross scary, severed head. Come on, please. Do you know who I am? I'm Miss Teen, and you're really giving me a headache. And you got blood all over my Gucci sweater. I hope you're gonna pay for that. I will not be ignored by the likes of you.

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Am I the only one who thinks Christmas Eve is low-key kinda creepy? I mean, almost everything is closed, people are typically at home gathered around the fire with their families, even the air outside feels quiet and eerie. It's the perfect setting for someone to jump out and murder you!!!!!!!!!

As it turns out, I'm onto something, and there's a whole sub-genre of movies classified as Christmas horror—which you probably already know because hi, you're reading this. It makes total sense to me: family time is freakin' stressful, especially around the holidays. Instead of *getting* *into* *it* with your sibs, why not channel your energy into a gory X-mas thriller?

From spooky classics like Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas to faves like Home for the Holidays (directed by *the* Jodie Foster, NBD), there's a Christmas horror movie on this list for everyone—no matter whether you've been extra naughty or way too nice.

Inside

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This film may be in French, but terrifying movies are universal. Be warned, if you also get extremely freaked out at the thought of a home invasion, then this one will be extra scary. It's all about a pregnant woman who, shortly after her husband's Christmas Eve death, gets terrorized in her home by an eerie stranger.

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The Day of the Beast

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OK get this: a secret code in the Bible tells a priest that the antichrist is supposed to be born on Christmas Eve. So what does he do to try to stop it? Commit as much evil as he can, of course!

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The Lodge

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When a woman named Grace is left stranded at a middle-of-nowhere lodge with her fiancé's two children during a snowstorm, they are terrorized by things that seem to be related to Grace's past. This movie's got Jarden Martell (who you might recognize from It and Knives Out) plus Alicia freakin' Silverstone, so the cast is great.

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Stranger in the House

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If a classic slasher movie is more your thang, then this 1974 release is what you want to be watching. It's got everything you could ever want in a '70s horror flick: sorority sisters on winter break, creepy threatening phone calls, and, of course, murder.

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Silent Night

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Make sure no young children are around because this is definitely NOT the version of Santa you want them to see. In this movie, the police force of a midwestern town is trying to track down a serial killer who dresses as jolly old Saint Nick and goes around murdering people on Christmas Eve.

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Saint

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Speaking of Saint Nicholas, this movie asks the age old question "What if Saint Nick was actually a blood-thirsty bishop who kidnaps and murders small children when there's a full moon on December 5?" The answer: It wouldn't be good!

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The Children

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Sure, kids are cute and all, but how do we realllly know what their imaginative lil brains are up to? They could turn on you during Christmas vacation in an ~isolated~ country home and try to kill you, like in this freaky horror flick from 2008.

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Anna and the Apocalypse

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A zombie apocalypse...on Christmas...honestly, at the rate the past year has gone, I wouldn't be surprised if this were on the docket for us this season.

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Christmas Evil

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If you're in the mood for some '80s goodness, then queue up this masterpiece about a toy-factory employee who has a nervous breakdown and starts murdering people—on Christmas, duh—in part because learning that Santa isn't real scarred him as a child.

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Saint Nick

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Originally a Dutch film entitled Sint, this movie is based on the real story of a 15th-century gang led by former bishop Niklas. The group was ultimately murdered by villagers who were sick and tired of putting up with their looting and killing. During years in which the gang's death date December 5 coincides with a full moon, they return as murderous ghosts. Spo0o0o0oky.

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The Gingerdead Man

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Legit real-life cookie monster (made from the ashes of a serial killer, natch) seeks revenge in a small Texas town. Half slasher, half comedy, 100 percent bizarre.

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Home for the Holidays

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A classic father-asks-his-daughters-to-kill-his-new-wife-because-he-thinks-she's-poisoning-him tale. Nothing like going home for the holidays in the '70s, right?

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The Traveler

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I've always wondered what kind of phone calls the police receive on Christmas Eve—if I were to guess, probs a lot of family drama. But I've never really considered what would happen if someone walked into a police station the night before Christmas to confess to multiple murders...

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All the Creatures Were Stirring

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Riffing on the classic Clement Clarke Moore poem, this movie delivers a major plot twist―what if, on Christmas Eve, all the most terrifying creatures were let loose to make one hell of a bloody stir?!

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Krampus

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In America, disobedient children get threatened with coal during the holidays, but in some parts of Europe bad kids get threatened with Krampus, a demonic goat man who abducts them in the dead of night if they talk back to their parents. Obviously, a freaky goat is way worse than receiving a useful-if-environmentally-unsustainable source of fuel in your stocking, so they made a horror movie about it.

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Gremlins

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Perhaps you've forgotten that Gremlins begins with a guy buying a mogwai as a Christmas present for his son. Gizmo the mogwai quickly reproduces, and then a bunch of lil creatures turn into murderous reptilian monsters. The moral of the story here is that you should never buy a gift that comes with the warning "don't feed after midnight."

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Black Christmas

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Black Christmas has the impressive distinction of being both a holiday horror movie and a sorority horror movie. It's about a group of sorority sisters being terrorized by a murderer hiding in the attic of their house. The original Black Christmas premiered in 1974, followed by a remake in 2006.

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The Nightmare Before Christmas

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Fine, fine, this is not technically a horror movie, but '90s children can vouch for getting dragged out of the movie theater screaming because their parents underestimated the fright factor of a talking skeleton. The Tim Burton-produced movie tells the story of Jack Skellington, a resident of Halloween Town who decides he wants to check out the situation in Christmas Town. Because Christmas is awesome, he thinks the holiday should be shared with the people of Halloween Town and so he makes it his mission to help them incorporate some yuletide traditions into their usual spooky routines. Is this a Christmas movie or a Halloween movie? You can decide for yourself.

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Jack Frost

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There are at least four movies called Jack Frost, but for the purposes of getting scared on Christmas, you'll want the 1997 edition. That one is about a serial killer named Jack Frost who turns into a snowman and goes on a murder spree in a town called Snowmonton. If that sounds like too much for you, you could also go with the 1998 Jack Frost, which is about a guy coming back to life as a snowman after dying in a car accident—this second one is mysteriously not classified as a horror movie, though.

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Better Watch Out

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A more recent addition to the Christmas horror genre, Better Watch Out stars Stranger Things actor Dacre Montgomery, so if you're not sure if this tale of Christmas babysitting gone wrong is right for you, allow Billy's mullet to convince you.

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Elves

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The tagline here should be enough to sell this one: "They're not working for Santa...anymore."

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Santa's Slay

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What would happen if Santa Claus was actually the spawn of Satan? The answer—spoiler alert—is, ya know, lots of awful death and stuff.

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Santa Claws

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Not be confused with the 2014 Santa Claws, which has something to do with Father Christmas being allergic to cats, the 1996 movie is about a guy who dresses up as Santa and murders people with a claw, as ya do.

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A Christmas Horror Story

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Released in 2015, A Christmas Horror Story is actually made up of four separate stories, including one where all of Santa's elves turn into zombies and another where Krampus (him again!) goes on a killing spree. Don't you wish you were still worried about the coal?

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Wind Chill

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Not long after The Devil Wears Prada, Emily Blunt starred in this horror film as a college student who catches a ride home for the holidays. Naturally, the ride doesn't go as planned and, well, you can guess what happens next. Prepare to be haunted by Brenda Lee’s classic “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree,” well after the credits roll.

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Silent Night, Deadly Night

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Slasher met Christmas in the 1980s with the release of Silent Night, Deadly Night, but its time in theaters didn’t last long. Due to the controversial premise of the film (a man grows up in an abusive Catholic orphanage following the grisly murder of his parents on Christmas Eve, leading him to become a serial killer in a Santa outfit), Silent Night, Deadly Night was pulled just one week after its debut. The movie has since gained a cult following. If you must, there are four sequels in the franchise.

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Rare Exports

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This thriller from Finland has everything: the harsh realities of winter, an adorable child you want to protect from the comfort of your couch, and a dark secret around Santa Claus stemming from a legendary mountain called Korvatunturi. In his review of the film, Roger Ebert called Rare Exports “a rather brilliant lump of coal for your stocking hung by the fireside with care.”

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Dead End

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Ray Wise, best known for playing Leland Palmer on Twin Peaks, plays Frank, a father who has a nightmare drive on Christmas Eve in this French movie. The nightmare isn’t because of his dysfunctional family (no fam is perfect) but because of the unimaginable horrors he encounters along the way.

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To All a Goodnight

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There are only so many ways to make Christmas scary, so don’t be surprised to learn that the murderer on the loose in To All a Goodnight is dressed...in a Santa suit. His targets? A group of finishing school students and their boyfriends. Feel free to watch this 87-minute movie while folding laundry and declining texts to the next Zoom Christmas party.

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Red Christmas

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Sometimes your Christmas Day is spent dealing with your oddball Aunt Linda, and then other times it's spent trying to not be murdered by the son you tried and failed to abort 20 years ago who has now shown up wanting violent revenge on your entire family. Holidays! Amirite?

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To this day, I still haven't seen any of the Halloween movies, mostly due to the enduring childhood trauma of my older brother playing the theme song, in order to terrorize me. I'm not sure if that's where I can trace the origin of my inability to get through anything scarier than A Quiet Place, but either way, I can't stand horror movies. It's exactly why I will read the Wikipedia page of a scary movie (hello, Hereditary) instead of seeing it to avoid FOMO without actually having to see the movie.

If you can't stand horror movies either, there are few reasons why.

For starters, some people enjoy feeling more intense emotions. This is called a "need for affect," and a 2010 study found that people with this desire tend to like horror movies. As for the rest of us, we might just not get as much out of feeling all the feelings.

And just as how some people are naturally more thrill-seeking than others, some of us just react to fear differently. Margee Kerr, sociologist and author of Scream: Chilling Adventures in the Science of Fear, says that different people respond to threats in different ways.

"There are folks who have had a bad experience with horror movies or scary content and associate all things scary with negativity," she says. "[It's] basic fear conditioning, for them it's just not fun and never has been."

Kerr also says that some people see scary movies as an outlet for safely experiencing stress and anxiety without real-world consequences, but of course, some of us don't feel that way.

"It really all depends on if people want to be scared — their expectations — and the content they like," she says. "Psychologically when we make it through a safe yet scary activity it results in feelings of confidence, competence, accomplishment, and success — it can be a real self-esteem boost."

But if, like me, you like to keep all aspects of your life as chill as possible and don't want to be scared, that's totally cool and valid, too.

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What are the absolutely scariest hotel movies? From bed bugs to hauntings to the fact that people regularly die in the rooms, it’s no wonder every horror movie fan just knows there’s something about a hotel that will always be a little bit off. There’s an inherent uneasiness in being away from home in a strange place, which is why scary hotel movies have an automatic unsettledness to them—anything can happen when you’re somewhere you don’t know.

From classic films to newer scares like what happens at an Airbnb gone wrong, the scary stay-away genre has a multitude of locations that are sure to freak any horror fan out.

Here are more than 20 hotel horror movies. Make sure if you’re watching this from the comfort of a king-sized hotel bed you double-check those locks…

Hotel Horror Movies

Psycho (1960)

Arguably the most famous of Alfred Hitchcock’s work, the 1960 classic film follows Marion Crane who is on the run after embezzling $40,000 from her employer. She stops for a night at the Bates Motel, hiding the money inside of a newspaper, and meets the peculiar and reclusive Norman Bates. After meeting her fate at the hands of an unseen killer in the infamous shower stabbing scene, Marion’s sister, boyfriend, and a private investigator set off to the Bates Motel to try and find out what’s happened to her only to face not only Norman but his mother Norma Bates. The Bates family home and motel are famously still on the Universal Lot and can be viewed during their studio tours.

The City Of The Dead (1960)

Titled “Horror Hotel” in the United States, the film centers around a young student who is researching witchcraft in a small Massachusetts town only to be encountered several strange occurrences and a seemingly supernatural force. It is eventually revealed she’s been marked by a homicidal coven intent on sacrificing lives in engage for immortality. Despite being crucial to the plot, several lines in the beginning stake burning scene were omitted in the American release as they “offended” US censors.

Terror At Red Wolf Inn (1972)

Regina McKee is a college student who one day finds she’s won a trip and stay at the Red Wolf Inn. When the other guests begin to mysteriously disappear in the middle of the night, Regina discovers there’s something much darker happening at the sleepy, quiet Inn and something even more shocking about the family hosting what should’ve been a relaxing time away. Despite being largely panned by critics, the tongue-in-cheek humor is often credited as being one of the earliest films to fall under the category of horror parody or comedy horror. The “fake vacation” narrative would also play as an hello is it me you re looking for scary movie to the slasher favorite I Know What You Did Last Summer.

Don’t Look Now (1973)

Adapted from the short story by Daphne du Maurier, Don’t Look Now follows the Baxter couple who are coping with the accidental and tragic drowning of their young daughter, Christine. After taking a commission to restore an old church, the couple encounter a christian name start with m for girl of sisters who claim they can “see” their deceased daughter and begin to warn them of dangers ahead. For years there have been rumors around that the film’s (for the time) controversial sex scene was unsimulated, but actors Julie Christie, Donald Sutherland, and Peter Katz, the film’s producer have all denied this as merely a myth.

Inn Of The Damned (1975)

Set in 1896 in Victoria, Australia, a Sheriff sets off to a mysterious inn to investigate why the guests check in only to never check out. The inn, run by an insane woman and her husband, are taking revenge for the deaths of their children years before. At the time of filming Inn of the Damned was the most expensive movie to be made in Australia with a budget of AU$417,000. AllMoviedescribes the film as “more odd than good.”

The Shining (1980)

Arguably the most famous scary hotel movie of all time, The Shining watches as a family descends into madness in an isolated hotel with only ghosts and their thoughts to keep them company during the middle of winter. Based on The Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado, Stephen King and his wife found themselves the only guests of the massive hotel in late October of 1974. Room 217, the hotel room King stayed in at The Stanley, is still a tourist attraction for horror fans of the author and The Shining to this day. Though the film is considered a masterful work by Stanley Kubrick, both Jack Nicholson and Shelley Duvall have expressed frustration that Kubrick gets so much credit for the work when the actors gave incredible performances and Stephen King’s source material was so good.

Motel Hell (1980)

An iconic cannibal horror comedy movie about “meat entrepreneur” Vincent Smith who owns a motel, Motel Hello, and butchers roadside travelers for his famous smoked meat. As the saying goes, “It takes all kinds of critters to make Farmer Vincent’s fritters!”

Tower Of Terror (1997)

Starring Steve Guttenberg and Kirsten Dunst, this made-for-TV watches as a journalist (Guttenberg) and his niece (Dunst) investigate the disappearance of five people from a luxury elevator sixty years prior. When it’s discovered that the five people are roaming the hotel as ghosts the pair are told an urban legend that if you a belonging of each of the spirits’, are newark schools open today be set free. With shots filmed at the actual Disney ride, this movie was the studio’s test to see if there was a market to turn their attractions into films. Following its release were films such as Mission to Mars, The Country Bears, Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl, and The Haunted Mansion.

Hotel (2004)

Written and directed by Jessica Hausner, Hotel centers around a young woman named Irene who takes a job as a hotel desk attendant after the previous attendant disappears. When the other employees seem unwilling to answer her questions or provide any explanation, Irene takes it upon herself to find out what happened, even though no one wants the secrets uncovered. Described as “polarizing” Hausner has said of the film: “Hotel is my most problematic film, in a way, because the reaction of the audience was quite controversial. Some people like the film, but a lot of people said the ending was missing; they couldn’t enjoy the fact that you cannot get any plausible explanations for what was happening.”

Hostel (2005)

Graphic, gory, and nearly unwatchable to some, the first movie in Eli Roth’s Hostel trilogy sets the scene where we meet a terrifying organization that kidnaps tourists to allow the wealthy to torture, mutilate, and ultimately murder them. The films have been labeled “torture porn” by many given that they focus so heavily on shock and gratuitous violence to scare the viewer. Despite criticism and disgust, Hostel has been ranked as one of the scariest movies of all time on several different lists.

1408 (2007)

John Cusack stars as Mike Enslin, a skeptical writer who seeks out haunted houses, graveyards, and other places of lore in order to debunk the stories that have been told about them. While traveling between LA and New York he checks into the otherwise “unavailable” haunted room 1408 at The Dolphin for one night. Despite the manager’s pleas to not stay in the evil spirit room, Enslin goes ahead with it only to soon realize his grave mistake. Based on the Stephen King story of the same name, 1408 received mixed reviews from critics but was a box office success.

Vacancy (2007)

When a married couple (played by Luke Wilson and Kate Beckinsale) becomes stranded at an isolated motel and finds hidden cameras in their room, they realize that they need to either escape or become the latest victims in a snuff film. Similar to films like Paranormal Activity, Vacancy relied on the internet and viral marketing in order to drum up hype for the film. One tactic was TV spots with a toll-free phone number which when called would lead callers to a sound that mimicked the motel in the film informing them about “slashing” prices and the “killer” deals that the motel would offer—if there were a vacancy. 

Across The Hall (2009)

Expanding on his short film of the same name, director Alex Merkin tells the story of a man convinced his fiancee is cheating on him, his best friend who comes to his aid, and the people across the hall in the hotel where he waits. Less than two weeks after its release, star Brittany Murphy was tragically found dead in her home. The film would be the last to be released while the young starlet was still alive.

The Innkeepers (2011)

Set in the real-life (and notoriously haunted) Yankee Pedlar Inn, The Innkeepers follows two hotel employees who begin experiencing paranormal activity upon closing up for the evening and attempt to document everything that unfolds. One part haunted house movie, one part supernatural horror, The Innkeepers is often credited with putting director Ti West on the map for the genre.

American Horror Story: Hotel (2015)

While not a “movie” in the traditional sense, AHS: Hotel is a 12-episode epic story set in the fictional Hotel Cortez. Lady Gaga stars as the mysterious Countess, a woman with a truly dark secret who oversees the hotel and its cast of guests. The Hotel Cortez, while not an actual establishment, was modeled both in look and in story after the Hotel Cecil in DTLA. Episode four of the series, “Devil’s Night”, even calls back to the Cecil’s well-documented history with housing serial killers. Despite receiving more mixed reviews than previous seasons of Murphy’s horror franchise, AHS: Hotel would go on to receive many awards including the Golden Globe for Best Actress for Gaga.

Hell House LLC (2015)

Told through found documentary footage, Hell House LLC watches as events unfold at Hell House LLC, a haunted house/hell house experience set in the abandoned Abaddon Hotel. When an unknown malfunction occurs opening night of the haunt, fifteen people are left dead. The film takes place five years after the accident when a documentary crew intends on investigating what occurred further. While this is the first film in the Hell House trilogy the second and third installments were critically panned, the third only holding at 14% on Rotten Tomatoes.

Bad Times At The El Royale (2018)

The El Royale is a super creepy hotel on the California-Nevada border. What happens here throughout the movie is full of twists and turns that are both scary, gross, and completely gonzo. With an all-star cast of Jeff Bridges, Cynthia Erivo, Dakota Johnson, the crazy story and the crazy hotel unfold for an action-packed scary, neo-noir cinematic ride.

Hotel Artemis (2018)

The Hotel Artemis only has three rules: “No weapons”, “No non-members”, and “No killing of other guests.” Jodie Foster stars as Jean Thomas, a nurse running a secret, member’s only hospital for criminals in dystopian Los Angeles. Despite receiving critical praise for its script, concept, visuals, and Foster’s performance, the film was a box office bomb.

Piercing (2018)

Piercing opens with a haunting visual: a man is standing over his baby with an ice pick, practicing for his envisioned murder. When Reed (played by Christopher Abbott) arrives at his hotel room his intent is to murder a sex worker, but he’s greeted by Jackie (portrayed by Mia Wasikowska) instead of his intended mark. Jackie is nothing like Reed could’ve expected, and what ensues is a thrilling ride with an unexpected twist that left critics praising the film.

Followed (2018)

Told almost entirely through a single screencast of various videos and vlogs, Followed is a scary movie that watches as a controversial internet personality goes to a supposedly cursed hotel and brings the viewer(s) along with him. Mimicking instances like the Elisa Lam case at the Hotel Cecil, the notorious “Elevator Game”, and infamous Creepypastas, Followed is a horror movie truly for the digital age. The film has widely received acclaim for its commentary on millennial culture and social media.

The Night (2020)

An Iranian couple finds themselves in a terror that won’t end—a never-ending night, trapped in a hotel with their one-year-old baby, being hunted by their demons both real and imaginary. Variety called the psychological thriller, hello is it me you re looking for scary movie and made note that the final scene is one viewers won’t soon be able to forget.

The Rental (2020)

Produced, directed, and co-written by Dave France, The Rental is the Airbnb nightmare: what happens when you find hidden cameras on the property and realize your idyllic vacation is about to become worse than any ghost story you could’ve come up with? Franco has said that the film’s ambiguous ending was intentional, partially because it has left the possibility for a sequel wide open.

Other Scary Hotel Movies

  • Slaughter Hotel (1971)this 1970s giallo horror film is set in a sanatorium for wealthy women to rest and recuperate after psychological episodes.
  • A Candle For The Devil (1973) murderous sisters suffering from religious repression and paranoia attempt to hide a murder from the victim’s sister in this Spanish horror classic.
  • New Year’s Evil (1980) a mysterious killer threatens to off someone in each time zone on NYE as a punishment for the “Naughty Girls.”
  • Ghostkeeper (1981) inspired by the legend of the Windigo, several snowmobilers find themselves stranded in an abandoned hotel in this now cult classic film that almost-was-not due to budget restraints.
  • The Beyond (1981) filmed on location in New Orleans, the movie follows a woman who inherits an (allegedly) haunted hotel in Lousiana that may or may not be a gateway directly to hell.
  • Mountaintop Motel Massacre (1983) described as an “early 1980s drive-in gem” this indie-film centers around a psychotic woman who returns to her former place of employment after a stay in an asylum and begins murdering the guests one by one.
  • Bloody New Year (1987) partygoers attempt to survive a haunted hotel secluded on a remote island in this ’80s British horror movie.
  • The Witches (1990) based on the Roald Dahl story, the cult classic starring Anjelica Huston follows a group of evil witches at their hotel convention who masquerade as normal women in order to kill children.
  • Bride Of Chucky (1998) taking the turn from slasher to borderline metafiction, the fourth installment in the Child’s Play franchise is the first to discontinue the concept of a child’s possession of the doll and instead turns towards Chucky himself.
  • I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (1998) one year after the events of the first film, the murderous villain has returned to stalk the teens, this time on a luxury resort.
  • One Hour Photo (2002) starring Robin Williams, this psychological thriller watches as a photo technician becomes obsessed with a family and devolves into madness.
  • Identity (2003) taking place in an isolated hotel, this slasher (loosely based on a novel by Agatha Christie) watches as ten strangers are picked off one by one.
  • Dark Water (2005) while this remake of a Japanese horror movie does not take place in a hotel, people watch it because it bears an eerie resemblance to the real-life, accidental death of Elisa Lam at the Cecil Hotel near Skid Row in California.
  • The Devil’s Rejects(2005) written and directed by Rob Zombie, this sequel (set seven months after the Halloween sacrifice), film follows the murderous and vengeful Firefly family attempting to escape Sheriff Wydell who is pursuing a search and destroy mission against them.
  • The Hitchhiker(2007) Film Threat heeded viewers that this direct-to-DVD film was”definite proof that all Leigh Scott had to do to ensure he’d inflict a cruel revenge on me was to make another movie.”
  • House (2008) set in a homely inn in Alabama, this movie watches seven individuals locked in by a homicidal maniac who demands a body by sunrise—or else.
  • Reaper (2014) Horror Cult Films wrote that “The Last Chance hotel is also one of the stars of the film in its own little way.”
  • Puppet Master (2018) the reboot of the series that started in 1989 was dubbed “certifiably bonkers and cheerfully offensive” by The New York Times.
  • Doctor Sleep (2019) the anticipated follow-up to Kubrick’s The Shining, the film (written and directed by Mike Flanagan of Haunting of Hill House fame) revisits little Danny Torrance, now a merchants bank bangor online banking, who must protect a young girl with abilities much like his own.

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Scary Movie 2

2001 film directed by Keenen Ivory Wayans

Scary Movie 2 is a 2001 American supernaturalparody film directed by Keenen Ivory Wayans. It is the sequel to Scary Movie and the second film in the Scary Movie film series. The film stars Anna Faris, Regina Hall, Shawn Wayans and Marlon Wayans (all reprising their roles from the first film, despite their characters having seemingly been killed off), as well as Tim Curry, Tori Spelling, Chris Elliott, Chris Masterson, Kathleen Robertson, David Cross and James Woods.

The film is the last in the series to feature the involvement of stars Marlon and Shawn Wayans, and director Keenan. Marlon would eventually go on to produce a similar horror-themed parody, A Haunted House, and its sequel, both starring himself. In the latter film, Wayans pokes fun at the Scary Movie series' decline in quality after his family's departure.

Where the original film was mainly based on the slasher films of the 1990s, Scary Movie 2 parodies an array of supernatural and haunted house films from various decades, namely The Haunting (1999), Stigmata (1999), The Exorcist (1973), The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975), The Amityville Horror (1979), Poltergeist (1982), The Legend of Hell House (1973), House on Haunted Hill (both the 1959 and 1999 versions), The Changeling (1980) and Bloodbath at the House of Death (1984). It also spoofs some contemporary films, such as Hannibal (2001) and Hollow Man (2000). Scary Movie 2 was commercially successful, grossing $141.2 million worldwide from a $45 million budget,[3] but received largely negative reviews from critics.[4]

Plot[edit]

At haunted mansion Hell House, teenage Megan Voorhees becomes possessed by the spirit of Hugh Kane, the house's cruel, wicked previous owner. She interrupts a formal dinner party, thrown by her mother, who seeks help from two priests, Fathers McFeely and Harris. After an unsuccessful attempt to exorcise Kane's ghost, McFeely pulls a gun and shoots Hello is it me you re looking for scary movie.

One year later, Cindy Campbell, Brenda Meeks, Ray Wilkins and Shorty Meeks are at college, trying to live new lives after surviving the events of the first film. Cindy and Brenda are tagged by socially maladjusted Alex. Shorty current cd rates at td bank still the same stoner he was before. Ray, still confused about his sexuality, has two new male friends, Tommy and Buddy, the latter of whom becomes romantically interested in Cindy. She rebuffs him but agrees to be friends.

The sinister Professor Oldman and his charming paraplegic assistant, Dwight Hartman, plan to study the paranormal activity at Hell House. They recruit Cindy and her friends as test subjects under the pretense of a psychological experiment on sleep paralysis. At the mansion, Cindy encounters a foul-mouthed parrot and Hanson, a creepy caretaker with a badly malformed hand. Later, the group is joined by the attractive Theo. They sit down for dinner, but soon lose their appetite due to Hanson's repulsive treatment of the food.

That night, Cindy hears voices directing dua unemployment ma online to a secret room, where she and Buddy discover the diary of Kane's wife. Seeing her portrait, they note Cindy's (slight) resemblance. Meanwhile, the others also experience bizarre encounters. Kane's ghost has sex with Alex in her bedroom, and quickly departs at the mention of commitment. Cindy gets into a fistfight with the house cat, Mr. Kittles. When Cindy tries to tell Oldman, he dismisses it, and sends Theo to take Cindy to bed. Later, Cindy is possessed by Kane's wife, and she seduces Oldman. She quickly returns to normal, with no memory of the event. A toy clown attempts to kill Ray, but in a strange turn of events, the doll is sexually assaulted by Ray instead. A weed-monster rolls Shorty into a joint. It proceeds to smoke him (much to Shorty's enjoyment), but gets distracted and lets him escape. The next morning, Tradeking vs etrade tells Dwight no one is leaving the house, despite the attacks, and shows his lecherous true colors. Dwight is given the only house keys, and told to give them to nobody. Theo offers oral sex to no avail; Dwight does it to himself. She knocks him out and takes the keys.

Oldman is seduced and killed by the ghost of Kane's mistress. Shorty later encounters the same ghost, but charms and has sex with her. After Dwight equips the teens with weapons that can injure their spectral enemy, they are pursued throughout the mansion, Alex attempts to win Kane's love, but is killed by Crane's ghost. Buddy and Cindy are locked in the walk-in freezer. Cindy uses a collection of random objects to produce a Caterpillar 2-Ton tractor and escapes the freezer.

Hanson becomes possessed by Kane and kidnaps an inebriated Shorty. Cindy, Brenda and Theo team up to battle Hanson with highly stylized fight choreography, but are defeated. Dwight regroups with the teens, and Cindy chooses to act as bait to lure Kane into a device that will destroy him. The plan succeeds, freeing the group from the house's curse.

Two months later, Cindy and Buddy are in a relationship. They are out on a walk when Hanson appears to take Cindy away with him. Buddy disappears as Hanson gets hit by a car, driven by Shorty, who is receiving blowjob from the ghost that he seduced earlier.

Cast[edit]

Production[edit]

The film hello is it me you re looking for scary movie a sequel to Scary Movie. According to director Keenen Ivory Wayans, the filmmakers watched over 130 horror films for background research.[5]Marlon Brando was originally cast as Father McFeely and completed one day of filming before he had to leave the production due to illness.[6] He was replaced by James Woods who was paid $1 million for four days work.[7]Charlton Heston has also turned down the Woods role. At one point, former President Bill Clinton, who had just left office the year the film came out, was also considered.

Because Miramax had not greenlit www unionbank com bd sequel until the massive box office success of the first, the film faced a punishing production schedule that involved coming up with a script and tearing through production and post-production in a total of less than nine months, roughly half the average time for all those steps to be completed on a standard Hollywood production in 2000–2001.

Music[edit]

Unlike its predecessor, the film does not have an official soundtrack. It features a heavily hip hop and rap catalogue, with some rock and techno songs.

Release[edit]

Scary Movie 2 opened on the Fourth of July weekend and ranked the top spot at the US box office, with $20.5 million. In North America, the film grossed $71.3 million. With hello is it me you re looking for scary movie million internationally, the worldwide hello is it me you re looking for scary movie comes to $141.2 million. Out of the first four Scary Movie films, this was the least successful to date, until the fifth film in 2013.[3][8]

Critical response[edit]

On Rotten Tomatoes, Scary Movie 2 has an approval rating of 15% based on 109 reviews and an average rating of 3.38/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "Instead of being funny, this gross-out sequel plays like a sloppy, rushed-out product."[4] On Metacritic, the film has a score of 29 out of 100 based on 25 critics, indicating "generally unfavorable reviews".[9] Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "B" on an A+ to F scale.[10]

Home media[edit]

The film was released on VHS and DVD by Buena Vista Home Entertainment under the Dimension Home Video banner on December 18, 2001,[11][12] with an array of special features, including commentaries and various deleted scenes.

Following the sale of Miramax to Farmyard Holdings, Lionsgate Home Entertainment later reissued the DVD, and released the film on Blu-ray on September 20, 2011.[13]

References[edit]

  1. ^ abcd"Scary Movie 2". AFI Catalog of Feature Films. Retrieved November 6, 2018.
  2. ^"Scary Movie 2 (18)". British Board of Film Classification. July 16, 2001. Retrieved September 19, 2014.
  3. ^ abcd"Scary Movie 2 (2001)". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved November 6, 2018.
  4. ^ ab"Scary Movie 2 (2001)". Rotten Tomatoes. Fandango. Retrieved June 29, 2019.
  5. ^Brook, Tom (July 6, 2001). "Scary sequel 'out-grosses' first". bbc.co.uk. Retrieved October 18, 2016.
  6. ^Silverman, Stephen M. (June 15, 2001). "Brando's 'Scary' Scene". people.com. Retrieved October 18, 2016.
  7. ^"Hugh Grant up for Harry Potter role". theguardian.com. June 29, 2001. Retrieved October 18, 2016.
  8. ^"Scary Movie". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved November 6, 2018.
  9. ^"Scary Movie 2 Reviews". Metacritic. CBS Interactive. Retrieved August 21, 2017.
  10. ^"CinemaScore". cinemascore.com.
  11. ^Wallis, J. Doyle (December 26, 2001). "Scary Movie 2". DVD Talk. Retrieved April 30, 2016.
  12. ^Saccone, Melinda (December 7, 2001). "Rental Spending Down for Week Ended Dec. 3, But December Holds Gifts". hive4media.com. Archived from the original on December 23, 2001. Retrieved September 24, 2019.
  13. ^"Scary Movie 2 Blu-ray". Blu-ray.com. Retrieved May 4, 2016.

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Scary Movie
written by Shawn Wayans, Marlon Wayans, Buddy Johnson, Phil Beauman, Jason Friedberg, and Aaron Seltzer

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Am I the only one who thinks Christmas Eve is low-key kinda creepy? I mean, almost everything is closed, people are typically at home gathered around the fire with their families, even the air outside feels quiet and eerie. It's the perfect setting for someone to jump out and murder you!!!!!!!!!

As it turns out, I'm onto something, and there's a whole sub-genre of movies classified as Christmas horror—which you probably already know because hi, you're reading this. It makes total sense to me: family time is freakin' stressful, especially around the holidays. Instead of *getting* *into* *it* with your sibs, why not channel your energy into a gory X-mas thriller?

From spooky classics like Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas to faves like Home for the Holidays (directed by *the* Jodie Foster, NBD), there's a Christmas horror movie on this list for everyone—no matter whether you've been extra naughty or way too nice.

Inside

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This film may be in French, but terrifying movies are universal. Be warned, if you also get extremely freaked out at the thought of a home invasion, then this one will be extra scary. It's how to load money to your cash app card about a pregnant woman who, shortly after her husband's Christmas Eve death, gets terrorized in her home by an eerie stranger.

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The Day of the Beast

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OK get this: a secret code in the Bible tells a priest that the antichrist is supposed to be born on Christmas Eve. So what does he do to try to stop it? Commit as much evil as he can, of course!

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The Lodge

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When a woman named Grace is left stranded at a middle-of-nowhere lodge with her fiancé's two children during a snowstorm, they are terrorized by things that seem to be related to Grace's past. This movie's got Jarden Martell (who you might recognize from It and Knives Out) plus Alicia freakin' Silverstone, so the cast is great.

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Stranger in the House

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If a classic slasher movie is more your thang, then this 1974 release is what you want to be watching. It's got everything you could ever want in a '70s horror flick: sorority sisters on winter break, creepy threatening phone calls, and, of course, murder.

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Silent Night

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Make sure no young children are around because this is definitely NOT the version of Santa you want them to see. In this movie, the police force of a midwestern town is trying to track down a serial killer who dresses as jolly old Saint Nick and goes around murdering people on Christmas Eve.

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Saint

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Speaking of Saint Nicholas, this movie asks the age old question "What if Saint Nick was actually a blood-thirsty bishop who kidnaps and murders small children when there's a full moon on December 5?" The answer: It wouldn't be good!

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The Children

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Sure, kids are cute and all, but how do we realllly know what their imaginative lil brains are up to? They could turn on you during Christmas vacation in an ~isolated~ country home and try to kill you, like in this freaky horror flick from 2008.

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Anna and the Apocalypse

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A zombie apocalypse.on Christmas.honestly, at the rate the past year has gone, I wouldn't be surprised if this were on the docket for us this season.

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Christmas Evil

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If you're in the mood for some '80s goodness, then queue up this masterpiece about a toy-factory employee who has a nervous breakdown and starts murdering people—on Christmas, duh—in part because learning that Santa isn't real scarred him as a child.

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Saint Nick

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Originally a Dutch film entitled Sint, this movie is based on the real story of a 15th-century gang led by former bishop Niklas. The group was ultimately murdered by villagers who were sick and tired of putting up with their looting and killing. During years in which the gang's death date December 5 coincides with a full moon, they return as murderous ghosts. Spo0o0o0oky.

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The Gingerdead Man

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Legit real-life cookie monster (made from the ashes of a serial killer, natch) seeks revenge in a small Texas town. Half slasher, half comedy, 100 percent bizarre.

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Home for the Holidays

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A classic father-asks-his-daughters-to-kill-his-new-wife-because-he-thinks-she's-poisoning-him tale. Nothing like going home for the holidays in the '70s, right?

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The Traveler

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I've always wondered what kind of phone calls the police receive on Christmas Eve—if I were to guess, probs a lot of family drama. But I've never really considered what would happen if someone walked into a police station the night before Christmas to confess to multiple murders.

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All the Creatures Were Stirring

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Riffing on the classic Clement Clarke Moore poem, this movie delivers a major plot twist―what if, on Christmas Eve, all the most terrifying creatures were let loose to make one hell of a bloody stir?!

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Krampus

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In America, disobedient children get threatened with coal during the holidays, but in some parts of Europe bad kids get threatened with Krampus, a demonic goat man who abducts them in the dead of night if they talk back to their parents. Obviously, a freaky goat is way worse than receiving a useful-if-environmentally-unsustainable source of fuel in your stocking, so they made a horror movie about it.

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Gremlins

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Perhaps you've forgotten that Gremlins begins with a guy buying a mogwai as a Christmas present for his son. Gizmo the mogwai quickly reproduces, and then a bunch of lil creatures turn into murderous reptilian monsters. The moral of the story here is that you should never buy a gift that comes with the warning "don't feed after midnight."

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Black Christmas

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Black Christmas has the impressive distinction of being both a holiday horror movie and a sorority horror movie. It's about a group of sorority sisters being terrorized by a murderer hiding in the attic of their house. The original Black Christmas premiered in 1974, followed by a remake in 2006.

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The Nightmare Before Christmas

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Fine, fine, this is not technically a horror movie, but '90s children can vouch for getting dragged out of the movie theater screaming because their parents underestimated the fright factor of a talking skeleton. The Tim Burton-produced movie tells the story of Jack Skellington, a resident of Halloween Town who decides he wants to check out the situation in Christmas Town. Because Christmas is awesome, he thinks the holiday should be shared with the people of Halloween Town and so he makes it his mission to help them incorporate some yuletide traditions into their usual spooky routines. Is this a Christmas movie or a Halloween movie? You can decide for yourself.

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Jack Frost

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There are at least four movies called Jack Frost, but for the purposes of getting scared on Christmas, you'll want the 1997 edition. That one is about a serial killer named Jack Frost who turns into a snowman and goes on a murder spree in a town called Snowmonton. If that sounds like too much for you, you could also go with the 1998 Jack Frost, which is about a guy coming back to life as a snowman after dying in a car accident—this second one is mysteriously not classified as a horror movie, though.

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Better Watch Out

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A more recent addition to the Christmas horror genre, Better Watch Out stars Stranger Things actor Dacre Montgomery, so if you're not sure if this tale of Christmas babysitting gone wrong is right for you, allow Billy's mullet to convince university of hawaii at manoa school code.

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Elves

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The tagline here should be enough to sell this one: "They're not working for Santa.anymore."

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Santa's Slay

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What would happen if Santa Claus was actually the spawn of Satan? The answer—spoiler alert—is, ya know, lots of awful death and stuff.

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Santa Claws

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Not be confused with the 2014 Santa Claws, which has something to do with Father Christmas being allergic to cats, the 1996 movie is about a guy who dresses up as Santa and murders people with a claw, as ya do.

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A Christmas Horror Story

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Released in 2015, A Christmas Horror Story is actually made up of four separate stories, including one where all of Santa's elves turn into zombies and another where Krampus (him again!) goes on a killing spree. Don't you wish you were still worried about the coal?

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Wind Chill

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Not long after The Devil Wears Prada, Emily Blunt starred in this horror film as a college student who catches a ride home for the holidays. Naturally, the ride doesn't go as planned and, well, you can guess what happens next. Prepare to be haunted by Brenda Lee’s classic “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree,” well after the credits roll.

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Silent Night, Deadly Night

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Slasher met Christmas in the 1980s with the release of Silent Night, Deadly Night, but its time in theaters didn’t last long. Due to the controversial premise of the film (a man grows up first tennessee bank nashville routing number an abusive Catholic orphanage following the grisly murder of his parents on Christmas Eve, leading him to become a serial killer in a Santa outfit), Silent Night, Deadly Night was pulled just one week after its debut. The movie has since gained a cult following. If you must, there are four sequels in the franchise.

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Rare Exports

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This thriller from Finland has everything: the harsh realities of winter, an adorable child you want to protect from the comfort of your couch, and a dark secret around Santa Claus stemming from a legendary mountain called Korvatunturi. In his review of the film, Roger Ebert called Rare Exports “a rather brilliant lump of coal for your stocking hung by the fireside with care.”

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Dead End

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Ray Wise, best known for playing Leland Palmer on Twin Peaks, plays Frank, a father who has a nightmare drive on Christmas Eve in this French movie. The nightmare isn’t because of his dysfunctional family (no fam is first progress platinum elite mastercard phone number but because of the unimaginable horrors he encounters along the way.

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To All a Goodnight

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There are only so many ways to make Christmas scary, so don’t be surprised to learn that the murderer on the loose in To All a Goodnight is dressed.in a Santa suit. His targets? A group of finishing school students and their boyfriends. Feel free to watch this 87-minute movie while folding laundry and declining texts to the next Zoom Christmas party.

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Red Christmas

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Sometimes your Christmas Day is spent dealing with your oddball Aunt Linda, and then other times it's spent trying to not be murdered by the son you tried and failed to abort 20 years ago who has now shown up wanting violent revenge on your entire family. Holidays! Amirite?

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October is finally here—which means it's time to eat (candy), drink (cider), and be scary! Whether you're hosting a Halloween party, trying your hand at pumpkin carving, or reading a spooky Halloween book, there are so many fun Halloween activities to celebrate the holiday. But the easiest way to get in the spirit of the season—pun intended—is by watching a classic Halloween movie.

Ree Drummond loves horror movies, and has seen at least half of the films in this scary Halloween movie roundup. "I'm not sure what that says about me," she jokes. "But the original Halloween will forever be at the top of my list."

If you're not into super spooky stuff like Ree, have no fear (ha!)—because there's no shortage of classic Halloween movies to choose from. Scary slashers like Friday the 13th will keep you up all night, while kid-friendly Disney Halloween movies like Hocus Pocus will entertain your whole family. If you're looking for a psychological thriller, The Sixth Sense will surely make your hair stand on end. Plus, there are so many Halloween movies on Netflix and Hulu you can stream any time!

No matter what you're in the mood for, you can't go wrong with any hello is it me you re looking for scary movie the best Halloween movies of all time!

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