Colorado's longest-running horror film festival to deliver a solid mix of horror, sci-fi, suspense, and dark comedy. 

In the mood for a zombie Christmas musical? Who isn’t, am I right?

Well, you’re in luck because Telluride’s Horror Show (THS) has it, as well as a killer lineup of films screening at three of the mountain towns theaters.

The festival offers over 20 feature films, more than 50 short films, special programs, guests, and events, including an appearance by including Meredith Borders, the managing editor of Fangoria Magazine and writer for Bloody Disgusting. Many of the featured films will be showing for the first time in the U.S., as well.

The feature films will include zombie musical Anna and the Apocalypse, psychological thriller CAM, Killer Klowns from Outer Space (celebrating its 30th anniversary), Austrian horror flick The Dark, The Dead Center, and so much more! CAM earned its director, Daniel Goldhaber, a Best First Feature award at the Fantasia Film Festival.

Of course, the festival will also host its usual Creepy Campfire Tales, pig roast, Ice Scream Socials, and more. Courtesy of Telluride Horror Show. 

And, there really is no better place to get your spook on than in Telluride at this time of year. There is lodging available, some with discounted rates, and there is always camping at the Telluride Town Park. Nothing like sleeping outside after watching some creepy horror slasher movies.

Three-day passes are only $150 with ticket six-packs as an alternative for $75. You can learn more and get your tickets on the THS website.

Will we see you there? Or are you too scared? ;) Let us know in the comments below.

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