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Christmas already

Posted by on September 25, 2009

In honor of the Market Street snowflakes, here are some lines from Christmas carols which I believe should be used in horror film previews. (This list works best if you read it in that scary deep announcer voice.)

– he sees you when you’re sleeping

– do you hear what I hear?

– sorrowing, sighing, bleeding, dying

– no ear may hear his coming

– with their eyes all aglow

– it doesn’t show signs of stopping

– draw nigh with lowly fear

– he came to life

– I’ll be back again some day

– jump in bed, cover up your head

– it came upon a midnight clear

Once you get started with these, you find that just about any line from a Christmas carol can sound like a horror film tagline if you say it menacingly enough. Have a holly, jolly Christmas… Weird, right? I’m going to have a lot of fun caroling this year.

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