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What is Movie News After Dark? It’s cousin Eddie showing up at just the right moment to spoil Clark’s well-lit house. It’s the Red Ryder Carbine-Action Two-Hundred-Shot Range Model Air Rifle here to shoot your eye out. It’s basically the best invasion of your Christmas eve that you could have hoped for. And tonight, it’s full of Christmas cheer.

Griswold Wisdom – Over on Etsy, it’s way too late to buy this Clark Griswold quote plaque thingy. But you can always get one for next year. There’s also a place where you can buy the lamp from A Christmas Story. Only $200 and this 40″ beauty could be yours.

What to Do on Christmas When You Don’t Celebrate It – Lifehacker has some wonderful tips for what to do on Christmas if you don’t celebrate. Or if you’re like some of us and can’t make it home to celebrate with family. Chinese food is a classic, but you’d be surprised as to what else can be done on JC’s birthday.

Remembering Favorite Pop Culture Gifts – The staff at CinemaBlend look back at some of the gifts they’ve received over the years. Some of the answers are quite interesting.

Die Hard keeps on giving – Over at FirstShowing, Tyler Wantuch takes some time to talk about the Internet’s favorite Christmas movie, Die Hard.

Sedaris Christmas – David Sedaris reads from his Santaland Diaries. I can’t believe this thing is 20-years old.

12 Best SNL Holiday Sketches – Our friends at ScreenRant put their collective dicks in the box to come up with the best of Saturday Night Live‘s Holiday sketches. Of course this one is up there:

Will Ferrell says switch to Mac – Remember when Santa Claus switched to the Mac? This is another one that doesn’t feel quite so old, but is, in fact, quite old:

Merrily Go – Here’s Star Trek Santa, by Scott Park.

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Carrie Christmas – Chloe Moretz is in the new Carrie movie. There’s a new Carrie movie. It has its own Christmas card.

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A Christmas Story Remixed – And finally, here’s the classic A Christmas Story remixed by Mike Relm with some Eclectic Method. Ho… Ho… Ho…


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