Here’s an idea, what if we spend the holidays re-evaluating how important the people in our lives our by living vicariously through horror-comedy movie characters?
That, or, these horror-comedy films are just too good to resist and the holiday break is the best time to binge-watch them.
Here are 8 underrated horror-comedies perfect for holiday binge-watching:
Death to all but metal!
Deathgasm is a metalhead’s answer to Shaun of the Dead. It follows two teenage boys who accidentally summon an evil entity while delving in black magic—like, you know, most metalheads do.
Don’t get grounded, or else.
Kylie Bucknell is forced to stay in the confines of her parents’ home after being placed in house arrest. She has to put up with her delusional mother who claims that spirits are haunting the house. She dismisses her mother’s claims and tells her that her imagination was just running wild—until she feels the presence of the spirits herself.
The film follows the students and staff of a kindergarten school. A young girl is infected with “cooties” and panic ensues.
Even Nosferatu would get a kick outta this one!
This film is a humorous take on vampire life. It follows three ancient vampires who try to fit into modern life. They do chores, socialize, try to get into nightclubs and have the all too familiar roommate conflicts that all of us experience at one point or the other.
Bill f***ing Murray!
Three unlikely strangers meet and travel through a post-apocalyptic, zombie-infested america.
Lord Arthur wasn’t ready for the madness!
The film follows a man who is transported back to 1300AD. The only way he can return to the present is to retrieve the Necronomicon and battle the army of the dead that’s protecting it.
Tucker and Dale are two hillbillies who spend their vacation in a dilapidated mountain cabin until a group of preppy college kids attack them.
Keep your hands to yourself!
A young man’s right hand becomes possessed and it starts going on a killing rampage. Bonus: teenage Jessica Alba!