You may be familiar with the legend of Krampus, the horned monstrosity who also visits children on Christmas Eve, but have you seen the holiday cards with Krampus binding kids in chains or beheld the satanic delights of the Krampus Run? If not, sit back and enjoy the demonic visual sleigh ride.
Thanks for clearing that up: Harlem, Georgia's Born Again Independent Baptist Church has a special message for everyone during the holiday season about free speech and two different men in red suits.
Because everything has to get the Batman Begins treatment now.
This letter to Santa, written in 1911, was discovered by John Byrne while puttering about inside his home in Dublin, Ireland. Penned by a pair of siblings (10-year-old Hannah and 7-year-old Fred), the letter miraculously survived inside a fireplace without being burned to bits. For 100 years.
In this short animation for the pre-Monty Python TV series Do Not Adjust Your Set, Terry Gilliam cut up treacly Christmas cards and transformed them into deranged scenes of yuletide chaos. Here's Terry's method for creating these animations, in case you were wondering.
We weren't terribly sure what to make of the holiday movie Arthur Christmas with its impressive list of UK talent and giant Santa space ship.. But once we saw more of it, we found ourselves won over, thanks to a strong dose of clever grown-up humor.
Santa's Secret Ops team provokes a Polar Bear in the trailer for Arthur Christmas, the movie about Santa's idiot son from the makers of Wallace and Gromit.
We kind of adore the idea that Santa has a dim-witted son named Arthur. But more than that we love the new flying saucer sleigh Santa is sporting. Check out the trailer for Arthur Christmas.
Want to give your home some nerd cred for the holidays? Good news: geek decorations are better than ever — but some terrible crap is also being marketed to nerds. We rounded up the best and worst geek holiday decorations.