5 Comedies With Horror Trailers


At some point, you’ve probably seen a movie after watching the trailers, and noticed that scenes from the previews didn’t make the final cut. Or maybe you noticed that the trailers featured some creative editing techniques to throw you off. By taking some scenes out of context and using the right music, some creative folks have been able to put together footage from non-horror movies, and make creepy trailers for them.

Horror Trailers For Non-Horror Films

Here are some of my personal favorites:

Uncle Buck

I mean, Buck does kidnap a kid and joke about ritual sacrifice.


Great use of the tickling scene here. I’m surprised it didn’t include Buddy sneaking around by the shower though.

The Santa Clause

I’m surprised this one doesn’t include the original Santa falling off the roof and dying. That was dark, man.


  1. I personally tried to forget I ever saw The Girl Next Door. It was extremely unsettling. Not a bad movie just… disturbing.

  2. The Evil Dead (original) Trilogy, (original) Fright Night, American Werewolf in London, Children Shouldn’t Play with Dead Things


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