Friday, December 23, 2011

Have a Scary Anti-Christmas, Hellions!

Ah, yes, "the Holiday Season". When everyone is expected to be all bright and chipper, yet the depresion and suicide rates sky rocket every time. A season loaded with cheesey decorations and ultra-annoying music. My advice to my Fellow Freaks for surviving this sappy nightmare? Twist it. Don't watch "A Christmas Carol" for the umpteenth time; how about "Black Christmas" (the original, not the remake)? Bake some Gingerbread ZOMBIES. Wear a black Santa hat, not a red one. Walk through the streets bellowing Spinal Tap's "Christmas with the Devil" to drown out those Carollers. Inject some Evil into Xmas Eve. And give that horror fan on your list some nice blood-soaked slasher flicks! Have a delightfully dark time, Fiends!

PS: I know I have yet to write about my Halloween experiences; don't worry, it's coming...


  1. Have a good one, HN! We have a game in my family. We count how many "God," "Lord," "Jesus" and "Him" and "He" that my Fundamentalist brother puts in his yearly Xmas letter. This year--23! Not bad. He's slacking though. His record was 36!

  2. Oh Halloweenut. You talk a good game, but you know you're enjoying the holiday. Because you're right -- it is all about choosing your response. I choose some homemade cookies and holly wreaths, but only as a side dish for the peace, love and joy of having you, your sibs and Ben with me. Hmmm... guess maybe I'm a bit of a hippie after all.

  3. This is why I compiled a list on my blog of Christmas horror movies! I only managed to review a few of them, but I have a whole ton of them to track down in the years to come! There are actually MORE Christmas themed horror films than any other holiday (yes, even more than Halloween!).

    Christmas Eve was spent watching "Black Christmas". I think I'm going to make this a tradition!

  4. I had fun with the Holiday...Posting Many a "scary Christmas"Post here at the "Crypt"... it is fun to poke fun at the holidays.....At the time , I still could Not get into the "spirit of the Holiday"... Was not doing so well then.... Looking forward to your Halloween creations for this year.....