Chris Columbus “Home Alone” is a classic, the John Hughes produced Christmas comedy film is loved by families young and old and is watched by millions every year to bring in the holidays.
The film starred a young Macaulay Culkin as Kevin McCallister, who is left behind mistakenly when his family go on a Christmas vacation to Paris. Before long his family home is in danger, from two hapless burglars Harry and Marv (played by Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern) and with Kevin now being the man of the house, he steps up to protect his home.
The film is a great family friendly escapade, with carry-on slapstick violence that spawned four sequel’s with 1992’s “Home Alone: Lost in New York” being the only one to have the original cast reprise their roles.
Let’s be real for a second, as I’ve grew older I realised that Kevin was really a homicidal maniac that took pleasure in hurting those out to get him.
Have you ever wondered to what “Home Alone” would be like if the violence was more realistic? A little Tarantino-esqe? No? Well YouTuber BitMassive has gone and done a great job of finally showing what Kevin was really like and turning the once family friendly comedy into a more downright bloody marvelous horror.
Prepare yourself “Home Alone With Blood” as it’s far from the innocent films we are used to, and it’s certainly not for kids. We even get an alternative ending to “Home Alone”, one that would confirm the ‘Old Man Marley’ rumours.
Check out the bloody clips from “Home Alone” and “Home Alone Lost in New York”:
Harry and Marv wouldn’t have stood a chance at making it out alive. We all know Kevin was acting in self-defense right?
These clips are fantastically done, hats off to BitMassive. Thanks to him, I now want to see this family classic being remade as a horror movie.
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