3. The Shining
Stanley Kubrick’s classic sticks the Torrance family in a remote, haunted mountain resort over the course of a long winter. As Jack loses his grip on his sanity, the viewer feels more and more cramped in the sinister environs.
2. 30 Days of Night
A gang of vampires visits a remote town at the edge of the Arctic Circle that’s about to go a whole month without seeing the sun. What could go wrong?
1. The Thing
Whether John Carpenter’s masterpiece is one of your favorites or you’ve never seen it, now is a great time to pop it on. A research team discovers a shapeshifting alien has infiltrated their Antarctic camp, and they fight the creature and their own paranoia while stranded during a hellish snowstorm.
Whatever you watch, stay safe and warm! And keep telling yourself spring is right around the corner, so we can start talking about summer horror movies.