Nothing says holiday celebration better than this fantastic Cthulhu-worship scene from Stuart "Re-Animator" Gordon's best movie of the new millennium, Dagon. Gordon is a master of Lovecrafty material, and this retelling of "The Shadow Over Innsmouth" stays true to the original story, though the director adds a few, um, kinks of his own. While our hero tries to escape, his girlfriend is becoming a naked holiday feast in this Cthulhian ritual to Dagon. I love hearing all the fish-frog people chant "Ia! Ia! Cthulhu fhtagn!" This is a simple, bloody tale of a group of friends whose boat is wrecked off the coat of a tiny Spanish fishing village. Turns out this village long ago turned to Cthulhu worship so that they'd catch enough fish to sell. And once in a while they have to sacrifice a few people to keep up the old fish deliveries from the deep. Oh and also, they intermarry with Cthulhu's spawn so much that they are all turning into fish-frog people. This is one of the best cinematic adaptations of a Lovecraft story you'll ever see, by the way. It's pulpy, scary, and worth a look. [Dagon via IMDB]