13 of the Weirdest Holiday Movies Ever Made

No, it’s not a dark dream induced by the strange drugs your weird neighbors fed you. The Rosemary’s Baby TV adaptation is really happening. The four-hour miniseries based on Ira Levin’s 1967 horror novel and Roman Polanski’s 1968 film will begin production in January. The story will be set in Paris, probably sometime around the holidays, like the feature film. Satan has a wicked sense of humor, no? In the spirit of bizarre holiday stories, we dug up 13 of the strangest seasonal movies — all featured after the jump. Most of them you can watch online right now. Tell us your favorites, below.

Santa and the Ice Cream Bunny

A Santa Claus fever dream from 1972. Saint Nicholas is stranded in Florida, but decides to hang out and tell the local kids a story. A few flower children (literally), talking birds, and a man in a bunny suit later, Santa gets back to work — and we wonder what the hell just happened.