The Only Darth-Vader-In-A-Holiday-Sweater Ornament You Will Ever Need

No matter what holiday (if any) you celebrate ‘round December, Hallmark’s “Holiday Darth Vader,” available in October, is something to behold. According to the description, “The Dark Lord ornament will sense your movement and deliver a Christmas message.” It’s one of several geeky releases for 2015. » 5/16/15 12:55pm 5/16/15 12:55pm

The Most Disturbing Images Of ​Krampus, Santa's Child-Eating Counterpart

You may be familiar with the legend of Krampus, the horned monstrosity who also visits children on Christmas Eve, but have you seen the holiday cards with Krampus binding kids in chains or beheld the satanic delights of the Krampus Run? If not, sit back and enjoy the demonic visual sleigh ride. » 1/23/15 3:00pm 1/23/15 3:00pm

The Real History Behind Star Wars' Awful Christmas Album

Ah, Christmas in The Stars. Star Wars fans old enough to remember the 1980 'classic' that brought some festive spirit to the Galaxy Far, Far Away might look back on it as a bit of kitsch, but as bad as it was to listen to, the story of its creation has largely been untold by the people involved - until now, thanks… » 12/18/14 6:35pm 12/18/14 6:35pm

The M. Night Shyamalan Version of Christmas Has the Best Twist Ever

Fourgrounds Film has imagined Christmas Day through the lens of a bunch of directors, including Alfred Hitchcock, Quentin Tarantino, Christopher Nolan, Alfred Hitchcock, and Michael Bay. But, for our money, their M. Night Shyamalan twist is the best of the bunch. (Twin Peaks Christmas ran a close second.) » 12/17/14 9:00pm 12/17/14 9:00pm

Christopher Lee Keeps His Christmas Metal Streak Intact With A New Song

He rocked you in 2012 with "The Little Drummer Boy" and "Silent Night." In 2013, he slayed you with "Jingle Hell." Now, Christopher Lee is back to melt the long, white beard off your face with "Darkest Carols, Faithful Sing," a "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing" do-over that contains the lyric "Glory to the metal king!" » 12/09/14 5:30pm 12/09/14 5:30pm