Holiday! Celebrate! A Movie for Every Holiday
It's true. If you were so inclined, there exists a film for every American holiday -- whether TK actually has to work or not, to be watched in between consumption of sweets, grilled meats, and copious amounts of alcohol. Sure, some are stretch. For your edification, the Hallmark Channel presents, Horror for the Holidays:
New Year's Day: Bloody New Years
Martin Luther King Day: Candyman
Groundhog Day: C.H.U.D.
President's Day: The Transient (vampire Abraham Lincoln tries to kill "fourscore and seven women")
Valentine's Day: My Bloody Valentine
St. Patrick's Day: Leprechaun
April Fool's Day: April Fools' Day
Easter Sunday: Night of the Lepus (killer bunnies)
Earth Day: The Happening
Arbor Day: From Hell It Came (killer trees)
Mother's Day: Mother's Day
Memorial Day: Jacob's Ladder
Flag Day: The Postman
Father's Day: The Step-Father
Independence Day: Uncle Sam
Labor Day: Rosemary's Baby
Columbus Day: Suspiria (it's Italian too!)
Halloween: ....hmm. Can't think of one.
Veterans Day: Bubba Ho-Tep
Thanksgiving: Eli Roth's "Thanksgiving"
Christmas: Silent Night, Deadly Night