This is the most obviously amazing horror-object-to-holiday-ornament translation ever: The Phantasm sphere, rendered in festive, accurately gleaming silver. It will blend right into your Christmas tree — until you need a weapon on the fly to take down any BOYYYYY who tries to interfere with your nefarious plans.
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My family is big on Christmas movies. We always made a big deal out of it when I was a kid.
Even as an adult I enjoy being able to go home for the holidays to watch some of the heart-warming classics — Die Hard, Home Alone and Batman Returns.
My love of a good, bloody holiday flick may not have changed, but my tolerance for excruciating summer heat definitely has.
This weekend, fancy hotel Claridges revealed the Christmas tree that will grace its famed lobby this year. Designed by a different fancy person each year, 2016's tree was was thought up by Apple impresario Jony Ive and industrial designer Marc Newson. Ah, so this is what it felt like when humans discovered fire.
With Christmas rapidly approaching, many shoppers are looking to pick up popular gift ideas like drones, smartphones and slow cookers for their loved ones. Unfortunately, some items aren't safe and should not be purchased under any circumstances.
Consumer watchdog Choice recently named and shamed a range of products that were recalled due to safety concerns in 2016. Here are 12 to avoid putting under your Christmas tree.
Video: Christmas is great and the holidays are awesome but it's still pretty funny that we all propagate the myth of Santa Claus. He's a dude who dresses in a red jumpsuit while breaking and entering homes to steal milk and cookies and gain favour with children. Eoin Duffy made this animated holiday card showing what Santa Claus would be like in real life. Ho ho ho!
Christmas 1992. I was 11 years old. I had literally stayed awake all night.
Why? Because I knew that, wrapped underneath the Christmas tree was a brand new Super Nintendo with Super Mario World, Street Fighter II and Legend Of Zelda: A Link To The Past.
That day was legit one of the greatest days of my life.
Video: Boston Dynamics gives us a terrifying glimpse into a dystopian future where Santa's reindeer have been replaced with (highly kickable) trotting robotic dogs.
Video: I have a problem. I spent the past few weeks scouring gift guides in hopes of stumbling into something that I could buy. The problematic part is that I don't need anything. And yet, I kept looking and looking and looking. It's because I'm dumb and stupid and want to buy stuff because that's what the holiday season makes you want to do. But the truth is, don't! Because you don't need more stuff.
Only one more sleep until Christmas and there's one man who has a busy night ahead of him: Old Saint Nick. Assuming Santa Claus had to let go of all his elf staff (because it was effectively slave labour), how much would it cost him to buy all the presents he needs to deliver to all the kids around the world? We find out.
If the Smithsonian is where America keeps some of its greatest treasures, then it's time to toss a few Muppets and pack away those ruby slippers to make room for what is clearly the greatest gingerbread creation of all time.
Before you buy a bunch of discounted LED lights for next year's Christmas tree, you might want to consider putting that money towards a projector instead — one that will guarantee that your living room holiday decor will far outshine your neighbour's.
Dear robots of the world, don't for a second think you're fooling us with adorable demonstrations of your crafting capabilities this holiday season. Because one second you're making paper snowflakes, and the next you're using those same scissors to usurp your human handlers. We're on to you!
Video: There's probably not a person on this planet that would associate burgers with Christmas but after watching this video from Food, People, Places, I just might start. They made burgers inspired (very loosely!) by Christmas and the sheer visual deliciousness of all their wild creations is so incredible and the recipes are so inventive that Christmas dinner should just be a sampler platter of all 7 of these burgers.