Holidays is a 2016 American horror anthology film about a collection of subversive short horror films, each inspired by a different celebration. The directors include Kevin Smith, Gary Shore, Adam Egypt Mortimer, Scott Stewart, Nicholas McCarthy, Dennis Widmyer and Kevin Kolsch, Sarah Adina Smith and Anthony Scott Burns.
The film had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 14, 2016. It was then released on video on demand on April 15, 2016, prior to a limited release on April 22, 2016, by Vertical Entertainment.
- Valentine’s Day (written & directed by Kevin Kölsch & Dennis Widmyer) starring Madeleine Coghlan, Savannah Kennick, Rick Peters, and Britain Simons
- A teenager with a crush on her gym coach is bullied by the rest of her classmates, but an innocent Valentine’s Day gesture leads to horrific results.
- St. Patrick’s Day (written & directed by Gary Shore) starring Ruth Bradley, Peter Campion and Isolt McCaffrey
- A young teacher learns the frightening truth about the legendary snakes of St. Patrick. A student makes her deepest wish come true, with a sick twist.
- Easter (written & directed by Nicholas McCarthy) starring Ava Acres, Petra Wright and Mark Steger
- A young girl who wakes up and sees the Easter Bunny arrive is in for a shock.
- Mother’s Day (written & directed by Sarah Adina Smith) starring Sophie Traub, Aleksa Palladino, Sheila Vand, Jennifer Lafleur and Sonja Kinski
- A woman who can’t stop getting pregnant finds herself involved with a coven of barren witches after attending a strange ritual.
- Father’s Day (written & directed by Anthony Scott Burns) starring Jocelin Donahue, Michael Gross and Jana Karan
- A teacher receives a mysterious cassette tape from her long-estranged father that leads to a darker mystery. The answer for why he disappeared may not be what she expected.
- Halloween (written & directed by Kevin Smith) starring Ashley Greene, Olivia Roush, Harley Quinn Smith, Harley Morenstein and Shelby Kemper
- A man running an internet cam sex business finds himself in dire straits when he crosses his employees on Halloween.
- Christmas (written & directed by Scott Stewart) starring Seth Green, Clare Grant, Kalos Cluff, John C. Johnson, Shawn Parsons, Michael Sun Lee, Wes Robertson, Karina Noelle, Scott Stewart and Richard DiLorenzo
- A man goes to terrible lengths to get a virtual reality device for his son for Christmas, but finds himself haunted by it.
- New Year’s Eve (written by Kevin Kölsch & Dennis Widmyer; directed by Adam Egypt Mortimer) starring Lorenza Izzo, Andrew Bowen and Megan Duffy
- A disturbed young man discovers that his New Year’s date may be just as twisted.
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