A blog about horror movies that take place during Halloween or fall season and where to watch them. With posts containing movie news, trailers, official posters, fan art, poster collections, stills/screen captures, reviews, video mixtapes, short films, and vhs, dvd, blu-ray, 4K uhd covers.

Tuesday, December 25, 2018



SYNOPSIS: In this alternate reality of John Carpenter's characters, Michael Myers, is a patient who breaks out of a mental ward on Halloween night that's run by the more caring yet naive Dr. Loomis. Two months later we find Myers wrecking havoc on the days leading up to Christmas. For any die hard Halloween fans, check out this new wintry take on your favorite masked killer.

Check out the trailer above or watch the full fan edit below. A fan edit is a version of a film modified by a viewer, that removes, reorders, or adds material from other films in order to create a new interpretation of the source material. Rumble Dog Pictures is an Independent Canadian production company focusing on highly original feature films, shorts and fan edits for your viewing pleasure.

Fan Edit Feature:


Monday, December 24, 2018


Welcome one and all to the 28th episode of Trash-O-Rama, Austin Popdan's 40-60 minute series of themed video mixtapes inspired by the likes of Forbidden Transmission and the Hypnotic Eye. For those unaware a video mixtape is the "best parts" of movies, tv shows, music videos, commercials or whatever edited together in a certain fashion.

Today's theme? It's the 2nd annual Christmas special! Expect synthwave, Clark Griswold, rock and roll, cannibalism, demons, the Pillsbury Doughboy, Martians and more Krampuses than you can shake a candy cane at!
View more episodes of Trash O Rama video mixtapes at Austin Popdan's archive.org account under the user name JamesBatman. Watch last years Christmas Special I posted here.

Sunday, December 23, 2018


Baron Von Laugho's Halloween Spook-A-Thon! was a Halloween Special that featured a lovable zany clown named Baron Von Laugho hosting 3 short tales. It only aired once and was thought to be lost forever until a homemade VHS tape was found with a recording of the original 1979 broadcast. The full Halloween special is online and you can watch here.

More found VHS footage has recently been uploaded to YouTube containing another bizarre cheaply made untelevised holiday special with the infamous clown that seems unfinished in some parts. It’s Baron Von Laugho’s Christmas Special! Watch below. Viewer Discretion is advised. Video by Archico Productions.


Friday, December 21, 2018

AARON CRAWFORD's Fictional Christmas Horror Movies

Would you watch these? Fictional Christmas horror movie posters/vhs covers by artist Aaron Crawford from CAVITYCOLORS.com.

#1 ⛄️πŸ₯•πŸ”ͺ ‘Tis the season for a warm, uplifting family friendly holiday film. Michael Keaton stars in JACK FROST:

#2 Yule never sleep again! Robert Englund in NATIONAL LAMPOON'S CHRISTMAS NIGHTMARE πŸŽ…πŸ»πŸŽ„πŸŽ:

#3 “I hope your parents got you a tombstone for Christmas!” πŸŒƒ R.I.P. Kevin. HOME ALONE 2: C.H.U.D. IN NEW YORK:

#4 ❄️πŸš‚ “Seeing is believing, but sometimes the most real things in the world are the things we can’t see.” Tom Hanks in TERROR TRAIN:

#5 The horror version of THE SANTA CLAUSE that Disney never wanted you to see has climbed outta the chimney and into your home, coming this holiday season! Tim Allen in THE SANTA CLAUSE πŸŽ…πŸ»:

#6 😈 Nobody expected it, nobody believed it, and nobody could stop it. THE ELF:

#7 Kevin’s parents are horrible. πŸ”₯ Stephen King’s HAUNTED FURNACE:

#8 After the events of the first film, the alien terror makes it’s way to the North Pole, where... well... not even Santa can be trusted now. πŸŽ…πŸ»

#9 It’s almost here! You ready?πŸŽ„πŸ’€ CHRISTMAS II The Nightmare Isn't Over:

#10 πŸ€‘πŸŽ…πŸ»πŸŽˆStephen King’s IT’S SANTA! Whatever you do, don’t look into the Dead Christmas lights:

Spread some holiday cheer! πŸŽ…πŸ»πŸŽ„You just might make their day with a holly jolly axe-mas card

Heeeeee’ssss Jolly!πŸŽ„

Cavitycolors was founded in 2012 by artist & designer, Aaron Crawford. Clothing and accessories for the HORROR obsessed!

Thursday, December 20, 2018

Watch WNUF CHRISTMAS SPECIAL (1986) Promo and Commercials

Before the infamously tragic events that happened on Halloween night on 1987 during the WNUF Halloween Special, host Frank Stewart hosted a Christmas Special that originally aired in December 1986. Check out a newly released commercial below advertising Frank Stewart's "WNUF Christmas Special" and re-live Christmas '86 with your buds at WNUF TV-28.

Dr. Bloodwrench presents I SAW THE MUMMY KISSING Santa Claus - To promote the WNUF Halloween Sequel GoFundMe, we're digging up the Ghosts of Xmas Shows past... Exhibit C- Dr. Bloodwrench presents I SAW THE MUMMY KISSING SANTA CLAUS on WNUF back in the mid-80s.

Dr. Bloodwrench presents GOD REST YE HAIRY GENTLEMEN - Dr. Bloodwrench has more horrible holiday horrors in store for you, ya cinematic scrooges. Does anyone remember GOD REST YE HAIRY GENTLEMEN (1954)? One lucky creep who shares this video and donates atleast $5 to the WNUF Halloween sequel GoFundMe will win a free Blu-Ray of "Call Girl of Cthulhu" and a signed poster!

Dr. Bloodwrench presents SCARY CHRISTMAS - Season's grievings! From the WNUF video storage vault, the diabolical Dr. Bloodwrench presents SCARY CHRISTMAS, a December to Dismember with new holiday-horror flicks shown every week! Contest time: Anyone who shares this video, donates at least $5 to our GofundMe, and messages us with all the names of the movies shown (6 total) gets mailed a prize. If you know the clips, the rest is easy. Come on, creeps!

Dr. Bloodwrench presents FRANKENCLAUS - We've dug up even more ghastly goodies from the WNUF video vault. This week, your old fiend, Dr. Bloodwrench screens FRANKENCLAUS... Check it out, creeps!

Btw, we're making a sequel and raising money now. GoFundMe link below. God bless us. Every pun. Save Halloween... Fund the WNUF Halloween Sequel here.


Wednesday, December 19, 2018


We're here to destroy Christmas! Ghouliana and crew unleash their wrath on The North Pole in this insane Christmas horror claymation short from Trent Shy Claymations and The Beauty of Horror creator Alan Robert. Described as A gory take on The Night Before Christmas. Want to see where these evil characters came from? Check out the official website thebeautyofhorror.com to grab a copy of The Beauty of Horror: Ghosts of Christmas coloring book (pictured above).



Monday, December 17, 2018


Vimeo user orchidz3ro presents HolyFucking, Christ-Mess. 18 minutes of Santa Worship originally made for Claudzilla's Nightmare Before Christ-Mess on December 17, 2015 at the Skylark Lounge, Denver CO but also, like, made for EVIL OV COVRSE. all hail SANTA!

With clips from Christmas cartoons and films including Bad Santa 2003, Bob's Burgers "Bob Rest Ye Merry Gentle-Mannequins" S3 E5, A Charlie Brown Christmas 1965, Christmas Comes to Pacland 1982, Christmas Evil 1980, A Christmas Horror Story 2015, Christmas Slay 2016, Cosmic Christmas 1977, Family Guy; "A Very Special Family Guy Freakin' Christmas" S3 E16, Frosty The Snowman 1969, How The Grinch Stole Christmas 1966, Jack Frost 1979, Jack Frost 1998, National Lampoons Christmas Vacation 1989, Nestor The Long Eared Donkey 1977, Pluto's Christmas Tree 1952. Rare Exports 2010, Santa Claws 2014, Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town 1970, Scrooge 1970, Scrooged 1988, Silent Night 2012, Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire S1 E1, Sint 2013, The Origins Of Christmas 1999, and Will Vinton's Claymation Christmas Celebration 1987.

"Holyfucking, Christ-Mess" from orchidz3ro on Vimeo.


Thursday, December 13, 2018

THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS (1993) Tim Burton's Original Poem

The 1993 film began as a poem written by Tim Burton. Watch a beautiful animation of the original idea and/or read along below. Narrated by Christopher Lee.

The Nightmare Before Christmas poem by Tim Burton:

It was late one fall in Halloweenland,
and the air had quite a chill.
Against the moon a skeleton sat,
alone upon a hill.
He was tall and thin with a bat bow tie;
Jack Skellington was his name.
He was tired and bored in Halloweenland

“I’m sick of the scaring, the terror, the fright.
I’m tired of being something that goes bump in the night.
I’m bored with leering my horrible glances,
And my feet hurt from dancing those skeleton dances.
I don’t like graveyards, and I need something new.
There must be more to life than just yelling,

Then out from a grave, with a curl and a twist,
Came a whimpering, whining, spectral mist.
It was a little ghost dog, with a faint little bark,
And a jack-o’-lantern nose that glowed in the dark.
It was Jack’s dog, Zero, the best friend he had,
But Jack hardly noticed, which made Zero sad.

All that night and through the next day,
Jack wandered and walked.
He was filled with dismay.
Then deep in the forest, just before night,
Jack came upon an amazing sight.
Not twenty feet from the spot where he stood
Were three massive doorways carved in wood.
He stood before them, completely in awe,
His gaze transfixed by one special door.
Entranced and excited, with a slight sense of worry,
Jack opened the door to a white, windy flurry.

Jack didn’t know it, but he’d fallen down
In the middle of a place called Christmas Town!
Immersed in the light, Jack was no longer haunted.
He had finally found the feeling he wanted.
And so that his friends wouldn’t think him a liar,
He took the present filled stockings that hung by the fire.
He took candy and toys that were stacked on the shelves
And a picture of Santa with all of his elves.
He took lights and ornaments and the star from the tree,
And from the Christmas Town sign, he took the big letter C.

He picked up everything that sparkled or glowed.
He even picked up a handful of snow.
He grabbed it all, and without being seen,
He took it all back to Halloween.

Back in Halloween a group of Jack’s peers
Stared in amazement at his Christmas souvenires.
For this wondrous vision none were prepared.
Most were excited, though a few were quite scared!

For the next few days, while it lightninged and thundered,
Jack sat alone and obsessively wondered.
“Why is it they get to spread laughter and cheer
While we stalk the graveyards, spreading panic and fear?
Well, I could be Santa, and I could spread cheer!
Why does he get to do it year after year?”
Outraged by injustice, Jack thought and he thought.
Then he got an idea. “Yes. . .yes. . .why not!”

In Christmas Town, Santa was making some toys
When through the din he heard a soft noise.
He answered the door, and to his surprise,
He saw weird little creatures in strange disguise.
They were altogether ugly and rather petite.
As they opened their sacks, they yelled, “Trick or treat!”
Then a confused Santa was shoved into a sack
And taken to Halloween to see mastermind Jack.

In Halloween everyone gathered once more,
For they’d never seen a Santa before
And as they cautiously gazed at this strange old man,
Jack related to Santa his masterful plan:
“My dear Mr. Claus, I think it’s a crime
That you’ve got to be Santa all of the time!
But now I will give presents, and I will spread cheer.
We’re changing places I’m Santa this year.
It is I who will say Merry Christmas to you!
So you may lie in my coffin, creak doors, and yell, ‘Boo!’
And please, Mr. Claus, don’t think ill of my plan.
For I’ll do the best Santa job that I can.”

And though Jack and his friends thought they’d do a good job,
Their idea of Christmas was still quite macabre.
They were packed up and ready on Christmas Eve day
When Jack hitched his reindeer to his sleek coffin sleigh,
But on Christmas Eve as they were about to begin,
A Halloween fog slowly rolled in.
Jack said, “We can’t leave; this fog’s just too thick.
There will be no Christmas, and I can’t be St. Nick.”
Then a small glowing light pierced through the fog.
What could it be?. . .It was Zero, Jack’s dog!

Jack said, “Zero, with your nose so bright,
Won’t you guide my sleigh tonight?”

And to be so needed was Zero’s great dream,
So he joyously flew to the head of the team.
And as the skeletal sleigh started its ghostly flight,
Jack cackled, “Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night!”

‘Twas the nightmare before Christmas, and all though the house,
Not a creature was peaceful, not even a mouse.
The stockings all hung by the chimney with care,
When opened that morning would cause quite a scare!
The children, all nestled so snug in their beds,
Would have nightmares of monsters and skeleton heads.
The moon that hung over the new-fallen snow
Cast an eerie pall over the city below,
And Santa Claus’s laughter now sounded like groans,
And the jingling bells like chattering bones.
And what to their wondering eyes should appear,
But a coffin sleigh with skeleton deer.
And a skeletal driver so ugly and sick
They knew in a moment, this can’t be St. Nick!
From house to house, with a true sense of joy,
Jack happily issued each present and toy.
From rooftop to rooftop he jumped and he skipped,
Leaving presents that seemed to be straight from a crypt!
Unaware that the world was in panic and fear,
Jack merrily spread his own brand of cheer.

He visited the house of Susie and Dave;
They got a Gumby and Pokey from the grave.
Then on to the home of little Jane Neeman;
She got a baby doll possessed by a demon.
A monstrous train with tentacle tracks,
A ghoulish puppet wielding an ax,
A man eating plant disguised as a wreath,
And a vampire teddy bear with very sharp teeth.

There were screams of terror, but Jack didn’t hear it,
He was much too involved with his own Christmas spirit!
Jack finally looked down from his dark, starry frights
And saw the commotion, the noise, and the light.
“Why, they’re celebrating, it looks like such fun!
They’re thanking me for the good job that I’ve done.”
But what he thought were fireworks meant as goodwill
Were bullets and missiles intended to kill.
Then amidst the barrage of artillery fire,
Jack urged Zero to go higher and higher.
And away they all flew like the storm of a thistle,
Until they were hit by a well guided missile.
And as they fell on the cemetery, way out of sight,
Was heard, “Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good

Jack pulled himself up on a large stone cross,
And from there he reviewed his incredible loss.
“I thought I could be Santa, I had such belief”
Jack was confused and filled with great grief.
Not knowing where to turn, he looked toward the sky,
Then he slumped on the grave and he started to cry.
And as Zero and Jack lay crumpled on the ground,
They suddenly heard a familiar sound.

“My dear Jack,” said Santa, “I applaud your intent.
I know wreaking such havoc was not what you meant.
And so you are sad and feeling quite blue,
But taking over Christmas was the wrong thing to do.
I hope you realize Halloween’s the right place for you.
There’s a lot more, Jack, that I’d like to say,
But now I must hurry, for it’s almost Christmas day.”
Then he jumped in his sleigh, and with a wink of an eye,
He said, “Merry Christmas,” and he bid them good bye.

Back home, Jack was sad, but then, like a dream,
Santa brought Christmas to the land of Halloween.

Friday, December 7, 2018

KRAMPUS (2015) Vintage Style Cutouts Decorations by FRIGHT RAGS

If you liked the vintage Halloween decorations I posted in Sept. and Oct. of MICHAEL MYERS and HALLOWEEN III MASKS Cutouts, or TRICK 'R TREAT SAM cutouts, or MICHAEL MYERS, SAM, HALLOWEEN III MASKS & CHUCKY cutouts, check out Fright-Rags.com officially licensed FRIGHTVILLE NOVELTIES KRAMPUS (2015) die-cut decorations above. More closeup images below.

  • Six individual decorations measure 8.5 x 10"'
  • One large decoration measures 14 x 17"
  • Double-sided
  • Printed on sturdy cardstock
  • Pre-drilled holes for stringing up together or hanging individually
  • Made in the USA
  • Art by Nathan Milliner

Buy for $20.00 at: https://www.fright-rags.com/products/copy-of-frightville-novelties-krampus