Are you looking for the perfect holiday movie that you can watch with your family this year? Here are some great choices, all made scary Christmas movies!
Ashley, an attractive new single mother, goes to the suburban house of the Lerners for the holidays. She needs to take care of her twelve-year old son Luke, who has been staying home alone. She needs to protect him and the boy when unexpected visitors to announce their presence. When her husband comes home late from work, he lets Luke play in the living room. As her husband and children come and go, Ashley has to figure out how to stop an unknown killer from coming into her home.
James is a former cop turned detective. He has a special connection to the Lerners, but no real experience with dangerous situations. When James discovers that one of his former partners, Dr. Edith Lewis, is trying to arrange a romantic getaway for her lover, she starts to have second thoughts. Her plans call for some dangerous equipment and James must find it before it’s too late. But James has his own problems, and he must learn to work along with his partner in order to save the day.
There is no doubt that you are going to enjoy watching these movies this year, especially the first one: “Scary Christmas.” If you have never seen this movie, or seen it on television, you are in for a treat. The special effects will make you gasp, and you will be entertained by the story as you follow the plot. It is a definite must see movie.
You might be surprised to find out that “Scary Christmas” was also released as a feature length film. It is actually over two hours long, but you will probably want to watch it in two pieces. I recommend watching it that way so you can get a feel for the story, because if you aren’t ready for the end you might not like the beginning. If you are a fan of horror movies, or the classics, “Scary Christmas” is a great start.
If you prefer your Christmas movies to be a bit more wholesome, you may want to try “Halloweens” by Rob Reiner. Reiner stars as the famous Reuben ben-Geddes, who was a teenager in the original movie. He is now a grown man, and is now a salesman in a department store. He helps to take care of all of the mall shoppers.
20 Best Christmas Scary Movies
- Black Christmas (1974)
- Anna and the Apocalypse (2017)
- Christmas Evil (aka You Better Watch Out) (1980)
- Better Watch Out (2016)
- P2 (2007)
- A Christmas Horror Story (2015)
- Dead of Night (1945)
- Eyes Wide Shut (1999)
- Gremlins (1984)
- Holidays (2015)
- Jack Frost (1997)
- Krampus (2015)
- The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
- Rare Exports: A CHRISTMAS TALE (2010)
- Santa Claws (1996)
- Santa’s Slay (2005)
- Silent Night, Deadly Night (1984)
- Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2 (1987)
- Sint (2010)
- Tales From the Crypt: And All Through the House (1972)
While Reuben-Geddes tries to run the store, he meets several other characters in the mall, including a girl who do not want to be in line, a boy who is going crazy, and a young girl who is crazy about a mysterious guy. You may be wondering what the deal is with that girl. It turns out that she has a talent for getting people to turn on each other. Reuben-Geddes has fun making everyone feel special and funny in this charming movie.
If you need a break from the scary movies this year, try something different and have a nice movie night with the whole family. These movies are a great way to unwind from the stresses of the holiday season.
Start out with a favorite movie that all family members love to watch together. This can be a great time for everyone to talk about the movie, and how they liked it. It can also be a chance for everyone to remember the great time they had while watching it.
If you don’t mind the scares, or the blood, try a classic horror movie. You can get a great laugh from watching one of the best horror comedies ever made. In “A Christmas Story”, Will Smith plays a man with a problem that he just cannot solve, and his family is forced to help him. and make him laugh.
If you aren’t sure you will enjoy “Scary Christmas Movie”, do some research online and watch other films. Once you start to see the differences between the original and remake versions, you will know exactly what you should be looking for in your Christmas movie.