By far a favorite of the classic Charles Dickens Christmas novel. This 25-minute TV Feature first aired on television in the U.S. December 21, 1971 on ABC. It was later released in theaters soon after. A lot was borrowed from this version for Disney’s 2009 version with Jim Carey.
There’s no Holiday Season without the dark lurking Shadow of Christmas. Krampus has been feared and celebrated in folklore for hundreds of years, and his appearance is that of nightmares with large horns, dark hair, sharp fangs, and a long pointed tongue 😈 🏔️
Just in time for the Holidays, Silent Night, Deadly Night was released November 1984. One of the most controversial film campaigns of it’s time. 🎅 Santa comes slashing through Christmas and freaks everyone out. The movie poster featured a killer dressed as Santa and it didn’t go over well 🎄
O Christmas tree, o Christmas tree, how lovely are thy branches… Most likely the last time you’ll sing this tune. Treevenge is a gruesome short Holiday comedy horror that is sure to make you question your lurking Christmas tree 🎄🎄🎄
🌲 Within two minutes of this short 16-minute film we were having a good laugh. At the end, we were horrified 🎄 Meet your new traditional Christmas Movie 🌲
Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas was a Cat in the Hat production and first aired on CBS December 18, 1966 🎄 A Television special narrated by the great Frankenstein Monster Boris Karloff. The success would follow-up eleven years later with the second holiday feature titled, “Halloween Is Grinch Night“. Watch the full 1966 Christmas animated television special below in this specially compiled playlist 🎁