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Home Alone

Home Alone with Google Assistant

Home Alone with Google Assistant

Google wins Christmas marketing with this commercial starring Macaulay Culkin as a grown up version of Home Alone‘s Kevin McCallister. Instead of setting everything up manually, he automates his tasks and sets reminders with Google Assistant.

Home Alone Booby Trap Flipbooks

Home Alone Booby Trap Flipbooks

Theflippist made flipbooks that reenact the Bandits getting owned by Kevin McCallister’s painful booby traps, from the icy stairs to the toy cars. It’s like watching half of Home Alone in under a minute. Be sure to stick around until the end for a nice surprise.

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Home Alone with Blood

Home Alone with Blood

We already learned how the slapstick comedy in Home Alone would have spelled the end for Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern’s bumbling burglars, so Bit Massive made a few scenes more realistic by adding blood and gore. Seriously, this looks like a Coen Brothers movie now.

Eclectic Method: Home Alone

Eclectic Method: Home Alone

Remix master Eclectic Method takes on Macaulay Culkin’s Christmas classic, a jolly little tale which offered up the positive holiday message that lighting bad guys on fire and shooting them in the nuts is hilarious.

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