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We’re taking the day off today, so we decided to repost some of our favorite Christmas-themed posts from this and previous years.
MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE.

Hello America. It’s recently come to my attention that Drew Droege has never done a Christmas video before. Shame on him. Tsk, tsk. His Chloe Sevigny impersonations have covered the wonders of Summer, Hallowe’en, Memorial Day and even Valentine’s Day. Thankfully, he’s back and wearing that layered blond wig once again. This time he’s sharing his thoughts about the holiday season. Let the Yuletide fun begin.

For his festive new video, Chloe rocks sheer blouses, animal prints, plenty of accessories and floral pants to reveal what her true love has given during the 12 days of Chrisss-mas. I just love her hilarious mispronunciations. Her gifts include a crib of childish animals, murder of crows, a Louis Vuitton bindlestick, Mamie Gummer (The WB’s Emily Owens, M.D.) and even a crisp slap. Chloe’s love is certainly very generous. Looks like Chloe has been more nice than naughty this year.

Watch the video below and see what else she scored from her true love. Personally, I want what she got on Day 4. Ooh na na.

watch Chloe’s latest video after the jump

Watch Home Alone Christmas Card Parody Video

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home-alone-parody

Home Alone is arguably one of everyone’s favorite holiday films. Without fail, it plays at least once during tis merry season either while I’m decorating my tree, wrapping gifts or nursing my hangover from indulging on too much egg nog. Rum gets to me every time.

The following video is borderline creepy, but like a car crash you can’t turn away. Check out YouTube user Paul Little insert himself on every character in Home Alone. It’s the perfect two minute break from all your familial obligations today. Enjoy.

watch the clip after the jump

rudolph-the-red-nosed-reindeer-wicked

I’m surprised no one thought of this sooner. If you think about it, the stories of Wicked and” Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer” blend really well together. The tale of an outcast who rises above it all (literally) and saves the day.

Matthew Gordon brilliantly rewrites the lyrics of “Defying Gravity” to describe the drama behind the scenes that foggy Christmas Eve. If that wasn’t impressive enough, Gordon also performs his masterpiece as a duet, singing the parts of both Rudolph and his frenemy Blitzen. Give it a watch below.

watch the amazing video after the jump

chuck-norris-van-damme-splits-parody

Remember Jean-Claude Van Damme’s epic splits in between two gargantuan Volvo trucks? If you haven’t seen it, you’re probably in the minority. The viral clip has amassed an astonishing 60+ million views so far. It spawned numerous parodies including one from Channing Tatum where he substitutes the trucks for a couple of food carts. Over a month later, Van Damme’s Expendables 2 co-star gets in on the action.

Chuck Norris with the help of Hungarian creative agency, Delov Digital, goes to insane heights (literally) to top Jean-Claude. Norris with the help of a little (actually a lot) of CGI magic, replicates the feat but uses two flying planes as his footholds. Not to be outdone, while executing the splits, the former Walker, Texas Ranger star balances a festive human pyramid on top of his head. Bonus points for the random Shakespeare Hamlet narration playing throughout the clip.

watch the clip after the jump

macauley-culkin-eats-pizza

It’s exactly what it sounds like. Four minutes of Macaulay Culkin eating a slice of pizza for your viewing pleasure. It’s actually not as indulgent as it sounds. The video is an homage SLASH spoof of a 1981 short film shot by Danish filmmaker Jorgen Leth of Andy Warhol eating a burger. Not just any burger, but a Burger King Whopper. Fancy!

If you have nine minutes to waste, check out both vids below. This is your last warning. You’ll never get those precious minutes back. However, the last few moments of both clips where the Home Alone star and the pop art leader speak are kinda hilarious.

watch both clips after the jump

westjet-christmas-miracle

Absolutely brilliant. WestJet’s “Christmas Miracle” clip which debuted December 8th has amassed over 29 million views to date and counting. If you haven’t seen it yet, you simply must. For those who have, why not watch it again.

As passengers waited for a flight at Toronto Pearson International Airport and John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport, they were asked what their Christmas wish was from Santa Claus himself. During their flights, about 150 WestJet employees headed to Best Buy and other stores to purchase gifts and then wrap them up before the flights landed. While passengers waited for their luggage at baggage claim, wrapped gifts came down the carousel instead. Watching some of their reactions are truly priceless. They’re almost as funny as Oprah’s studio audience during her favorite things specials.

WestJet Vice President of Communications Richard Bartrem told Forbes that making this video was relatively cheap. “For a traditional commercial, you could spend well into the mid-six figures for the production alone,” he says, adding that this clip, brilliantly conceived by studio m, was “a mere fraction” of that. Lesson here is, if you ever see a giant box, always go up to it. You never know. Oh and I guess, the message of giving is also the takeaway ;)

watch the video after the jump

todrick-hall-grown-woman-video

Todrick Hall first teased his “Grown Woman” parody back in April. However, with no official video, he held back from releasing it… until now. With Beyonce’s surprise visual album including a clip for the wicked track, Hall has finally unveiled another masterpiece. Not surprisingly, it features Disney princesses. I’m so curious to find if Todrick’s bedroom is riddled with dolls from animated classics? Anyone care to wager?

The new video features Paige Thomas, Brinn Nicole, Jamie Overla, Krystal Ellsworth and Jenni Thomasson tackling iconic Disney princesses Tiana, Belle, Cinderella, Snow White, and Ariel. They channel dance moves that the 32-year-old entertainer performed in her Pepsi commercial which debuted earlier this year. Just like his last clip, he’s releasing this one exclusively to Marlon Wayan’s What The Funny video site. Check out the video below which features a rap interlude by Todrick himself.

watch the clip after the jump

new-york-times-scenes-bradley-cooper

Once a year, the New York Times enlists the year’s top moviemaking talent to film shorts for their web series, Making A Scene. Oscar-winning cinematographer Janusz Kaminski directed the likes of Oprah Winfrey, Robert Redford, Cate Blanchett, Bradley Cooper and Michael B. Jordan to deliver just one line. Not just any line, but one carefully crafted by Spike Jonze, Sarah Polley, Jeff Nichols, Ethan Hawke and other talented individuals.

“Most of the vignettes are slightly whimsical and off-center,” explains Kaminski in a behind-the-scenes clip. How else can you describe Winfrey spouting nonsense into a microphone or Cooper splashing around in a big puddle also speaking abstract words” Even though Blanchett’s film is equally as puzzling (I’m not that deep nor cerebral), somehow I buy it. The woman is just plain fierce and commands the screen. It doesn’t matter that it looks like a glorified fish commercial.

Check out the borderline indulgent and somewhat pretentious shorts below. They’re definitely not to everyone’s liking.

check out all the shorts after the jump

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