4 Movies That Take Place During Easter That Aren't Easter Movies. They're Horror Movies.
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4 Movies That Take Place During Easter That Aren't Easter Movies. They're Horror Movies.

By Jodi Clager | Seriously Random Lists | April 17, 2014 | Comments ()


Dead Snow

A group of young medical medical students take a ski vacation in the mountains over Easter break. They are soon fighting for their lives against Zombie Nazis!

Critters 2: The Main Course

Idiots living in Grover’s Bend think that critter eggs left over from the first movie are Easter eggs. Soon the town becomes overrun with balls of fur filled with sharp teeth.


It’s Easter, so Cristian and sister July head to their vacation home with their family. Upon learning about a local legend involving a young girl in a red dress that became lost in the labyrinth near their temporary digs. They decide to seek out the girl, because hunting ghost legends is what Easter is all about.

Bless the Child

Maggie is a nurse left with her sister’s abandoned newborn. After six years of caring for the girl, Maggie’s sister and her new husband show up to kidnap the girl, intending to murder her on Easter Eve for a ritual.

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Comments Are Welcome, Bigots and Trolls Are Not

  • I've never seen any of these, because I don't like horror movies. But I looked up "Bless the Child" on Wikipedia and saw this phrase:

    "newborn autistic daughter"

    Um, no. Unless it's some sort of Easter miracle of developmental pediatrics, because no one diagnoses a newborn with autism. Can't be done.

  • ilostallthemoney
  • Fabius_Maximus
  • What about King of Kings? Zooommmmmbbbbie Jeeeeessssus!

    /yep, going to hell

  • Eva Halloween

    Which is why Jesus vs. zombies will always be so darn poignant.


  • Jericho Smith

    Please...You're on the Internet. You're already in Hell.

  • God Told Me To is the greatest Easter horror film ever made. It's also the greatest St. Patrick's Day horror film ever made. It knows no bounds.

  • devilgod

    I've been looking for an excuse to look at this one, and might be the one.

  • You need no excuse to see Andy Kaufman's only performance in a horror film.

  • BlackRabbit

    Saw Dead Snow and it was pretty decent. Are the others any good?

  • e jerry powell

    I would expect that "Atrocious" is pretty self-explanatory...

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