It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Okay, so, it’s only September, but we’ve already got the Halloween theme queued up and ready to go with Bing Crosby on deck. Halloween and Christmas are the best part of the fall-winter holiday season (nobody cares about Thanksgiving), and accordingly should be celebrated together whenever possible. Overlooking the unfortunate Black Christmas remake from a few years ago, Christmas horror movies are the campiest of the camp and we need one every year. This year, we get Krampus, the tale of the of the Germanic anti-Santa who traditionally preys on naughty children in Alpine villages. Now it’s followed Adam Scott, Toni Collette and David Koechner to America. Leave it to Germany to produce the creepiest Christmas tradition second only to mm/ac1394dbdcca6a36cbf486633b129cd813095ac3/r=x404&c=534x401/local/-/media/USATODAY/USATODAY/2012/12/11/fw_elf-4_3.jpg">Elf on the Shelf.
Krampus hits theater Dec. 4.