Posts Tagged ‘holidays’

Happy St. Patrick’s Day: “Leprechaun in the Hood” trailer

March 16, 2009

How’d this miss wining an Oscar?

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Try to keep your calendar straight this Valentine’s Day

February 11, 2009

An Interview with Cupid

February 8, 2009

It’s not an easy job…

“What Child is this, Anyway?” by Sufjan Stevens

December 24, 2008

Fan produced video.  Sufjan really makes this his own song with this rendition.

“Secret Santa”-You’ve never seen Santa kick so much butt.

December 24, 2008

Santa as a secret agent out to save the world….he gets the job done, only he doesn’t play by the rules.

“I swore an oath to deliver presents to the good boys and girls of this planet on Christmas Eve….I never said I was a saint.”

Happy Festivus! Your guide to understanding a wonderful holiday.

December 23, 2008

I’ve got a lot of grievances to air this year, too….

Christmas sweaters: why won’t they just DIE?!?!?

December 22, 2008

I’m baffled by the Christmas sweater tradition.  They’re hideous, yet popular.  Is it a generational thing?  Ethnicity?  Do women lose their sense of fashion once they hit menopause?  One of my new favorite blogs, Catastrophe, published a collection of these handmade-horrors.  Check out the full collection here.

“Rare Exports 2-Safety Instructions”-possibly cooler than the first film

December 18, 2008

We brought you Rare Exports yesterday, detailing the true story of how Father Christmases, or Santa Clauses as they’re commonly known in the U.S., come to be captured and trained. Now witness the very dire consequences of what happens when ignorant people do not respect the power and fury of Father Christmas.  Not for the faint of heart.

“Rare Exports”-the coolest short film about hunting Santa you will EVER SEE.

December 17, 2008

This is a very high quality short. Great concept, and finely executed. If you have kids around that still believe Santa is a jovial fat man, I’d suggest not letting them watch this.  Partial nudity of a wild man.

Scary Santas-Another holiday tradition

December 11, 2008

View even more at the Chicago Tribune.