The Horror of Christmas

A Christmas Carol

One of the most horrifying movies ever made, A Christmas Carol (1951) is full-of-nothing-but-bad-news ghosts of Christmas past, present and future that strong-arm a rich miser with metaphorically crooked teeth into holiday-loving wussdom.

The haunted Scrooge, who learned a valuable moral lesson and became mega-nice because of it, gave in way too easily.

A Christmas Carol

2 Responses to “The Horror of Christmas”

  1. I always thought Alastair Sim was the scariest Scrooge of them all.
    Especially when he learned his lesson and became nice.

    Happy Christmas!
    Merry New Year!
    Gud Yule!
    Give your best regards to Krampus.
    Enjoy some sweet Chinese Turkey
    And remember: never say the Grither’s name out loud!

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