Chestnuts (and Chucky) roasting on an open fire.
One couldn’t exactly consider Child’s Play a Christmas movie, but with a plot centered on a child getting the toy he wanted most, it at least has some tenuous connection to the holiday… right? Okay so maybe not at all, but there’s no bad time to watch Child’s Play and furthermore, Christmas is the best possible time to watch Chucky burning in a fireplace for seven hours straight.
In the final act of Child’s Play, Andy of course sets Chucky on fire, and one fan just took it upon himself to turn that scene into the holiday horror yule log that you probably didn’t even realize the world needed. YouTube user ShotgunZen looped Chucky burning alive for seven agonizing hours, tuning out the film’s audio and adding a soothing, crackling fireplace sound to the visuals.
From the video’s description:
Horror fans, celebrate the holidays your own unique way with seven hours of the soothing sound of Chucky burning in the fireplace. Put it on while unwrapping gifts! Put it on instead of watching A Christmas Story four more times! Or put it on any time of the year for a peaceful night’s sleep set to the sound of a quietly crackling fire.
Thank you, ShotgunZen. You’re a good guy.
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