If it's snow, it must be close to Christmas! Really, any number of Christmas-themed horror movies could be included on this list, but Silent Night, Deadly Night is perhaps the most iconic embodiment of killer Christmases. In it, a man who, as a child, saw his parents killed by a man dressed as Santa dons a Santa suit and goes on a killing spree, punishing the "naughty." One highlight has the killer Santa chopping a guy's head off as he sleds down a snowy slope.
I'm not sure who was clamoring for not one, but TWO sequels to the made-for-TV adaptation of Stephen King's short story Sometimes They Come Back, but this second sequel takes the action to a government mining facility in Antarctica, where two military police officers are sent to investigate a series of deaths, which turn out to be of satanic origin.
In this somber supernatural tale, a family vacation to a remote winter cabin takes a turn for the worst when a dark presence seems to permeate the area. Could it be the legendary Wendigo, supposedly a half-man, half-deer? Or perhaps the elusive, Hendigo, half-man, half-chicken? Or maybe Bendigo, the half-man, half-rat? Or the most deadly of all, Fenndigo: half-man, half Sherilyn Fenn.
The only US deputy marshal assigned to Antarctica must investigate the continent's first murder before winter sets in.