Let’s be real, if Kevin pulled off the traps and stunts he did in Home Alone in real life, there would be no movie, because the Wet Bandits would be deader than dead. Torching a scalp, smashing a head with a can of paint, beating up a chest with a crowbar, all those scenes would end up with a lot of gore and someone…
Though what you see above looks a lot like Kevin McCallister’s Battle Plan from Home Alone, it is not. Look a little closer; it’s got pizza rats, medical waste, and boobs. This is a far more sinister plan! This is Deadpool’s version.
Remember how disappointed you were as a kid when you discovered there were no Home Alone action figures at your local toy store? No? Well someone must have felt that way, because Neca’s created eight-inch versions of Kevin, Marv, and Harry so you can recreate all those holiday hi-jinx in your own home.
There's a lot of dangerous hijinks in Home Alone, so it makes sense to use a stuntman to get 9-year-old Macaulay Culkin out of harm's way. But it's not like they could use another child for those wild stunts, instead the movie used a 30-year-old man who was roughly the same size as Macaulay Culkin.
Well, Merry Christmas. Some beautiful weirdo named Paul Little recreated Home Alone for his Christmas card starring none other than himself. As everyone. Now that is a Christmas card anyone would feel lucky to receive.
There are few movies that get me in the holiday spirt as much as Home Alone does. I'm not kidding! As a kid, I always imagined myself being as clever as Macaulay Culkin, rigging my house with booby traps, holding down the fort at home. But do those booby traps actually do anything? The Week took a look at the injuries…