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Why Christmas Movies Need to be Scary.

As the holiday season approaches, many people begin to look forward to their favorite Christmas traditions. For some, this might include baking cookies, singing carols, or decorating the Christmas tree. For others, it might mean curling up with a warm cup of cocoa and watching their favorite Christmas movies.

While there are many different genres of Christmas movies to choose from, there is one that stands out above the rest: horror.

Yes, you read that right. Horror movies can make for some of the best Christmas viewing experiences, thanks to their unique blend of suspense, fear, and holiday cheer.

One of the reasons that horror movies work so well as Christmas movies is that they often feature elements of the supernatural. This can include ghosts, monsters, or other spooky creatures that are associated with the holiday season. In many cases, these supernatural elements are used to add a sense of dread and uncertainty to the story, which can make for a more exciting viewing experience.

Another reason that horror movies make for great Christmas viewing is that they often take place in wintry settings. This can include snow-covered forests, abandoned cabins, or even haunted houses, all of which are perfect for creating a creepy and atmospheric mood.

One of the best examples of a horror movie that works as a Christmas movie is “Black Christmas,” a classic horror film from 1974. The movie takes place in a sorority house on Christmas Eve, and follows a group of young women who are terrorized by a mysterious killer. As the women try to survive the night, they must contend with the killer’s increasingly violent attacks, as well as the supernatural forces that seem to be at work in the house.

Another excellent example of a horror movie that works as a Christmas movie is “Gremlins,” a 1984 film about a group of mischievous creatures that wreak havoc on a small town during the holiday season. The movie is filled with suspense, humor, and holiday cheer, making it a perfect choice for anyone looking to add a little bit of horror to their Christmas viewing experience.

So if you’re a fan of horror movies and you’re looking for something a little different to watch this holiday season, consider giving a horror movie a try. You might be surprised by how well the genre can work as a Christmas movie, and you’ll be able to enjoy all of the suspense, fear, and holiday cheer that these films have to offer.

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