LCD Soundsystem briefly reunited to record their New York I Love You, But You’re Bringing Me Down for Christmas. Frontman James Murphy says he’s been singing it to himself for the past 8 years, but they never found the time to record it.
A mom tries to guilt trip and blackmail her bickering teenage kids into settling their differences. Go on an emotional roller coaster ride in this dark and twisted unaired skit from Saturday Night Live‘s 2015 holiday episode.
Latika Body Essentials has a silly holiday gift for folks who’ve been naughty or literally dirty. Its Lump of Coal soaps are partly made of activated charcoal and smells like smoked wood. Each bag contains three pieces of soap.
For A Very Murray Christmas, Phoenix covered Mike Love’s uplifting holiday single, with a few out of tune grunts from Bill Murray. The song was supposed to appear on a 1977 Beach Boys Christmas album, but it was never officially released until Love re-recorded it this year.
Bill Murray hangs out with Amy Poehler and Michael Cera, Miley Cyrus stops trying so hard and Jenny Lewis serves cake with Phoenix in the full trailer for Netflix’s old fashioned Christmas special.
Bill Murray leads an all-star cast in this special headed to Netflix this holiday season. After a blizzard shuts down production of their extravaganza, Murray and company batten down the hatches with songs, comedy and plenty of Christmas cheer. Drops 12/4/15.
Young Evan left a camera by their Christmas tree so he could catch Santa.
His family edited the camera’s footage to make his wish come true And boy did he catch him! This kid’s going to have intense arguments with his friends.
Puddles the clown turns in a soul-stirring performance of the Christmas classic, showing once again why he’s called “the sad clown with the golden voice.” Even if you’re not religious, you’ll have a hard time not hitting play a second time.