The order of the movies being crammed together here is important. For the record, it’s not Rambo meets Home Alone where a former soldier is forced to hole up in a house while tossing paint buckets at people (which sort of just sounds like Home Alone). It’s the other way around – meaning that the movie will be rated V for violent since the MPAA is getting really specific these days.

Jalmari Helander, the director of Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale, recently revealed in an interview that he’s in the writing phase of his next project, described it by mashing those two movie titles together, and instantly excited anyone who loves small children shooting machine guns.

So, that’s everyone, right? [Total Film]

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