Santa Claus is a bad ass! In 1959 a Mexican Holiday film by Rene Cardona brought Santa Claus to the big screen in a crazy battle between him and the Devil Pitch to save Christmas. Is Santa secretly running a child labor camp? Is interpretive dance a symbol of pure evil? Are Santa's reindeer really robots? Does Santa create a potion that can melt you from the inside? All these crazy questions will be answered in this episode of Invasion of the Remake!
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In the fond tradition of ugly Christmas sweaters, fruit cake you could use as a brick, and the Star Wars Christmas Special comes Invasion of the Remake's first ever Ugly Christmas Song by the Commanders of the Mother Ship, Trish, Jeff & Jason. Please don't hold this parody against us.
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How the Grinch Stole Christmas (1966) with Boris Karloff is a fundamental part of the Holiday season. A must watch by kids and adults alike. At the dawn of the new millennium Ron Howard took the Chuck Jones classic cartoon and brought it to life on the big screen with Jim Carrey, Taylor Momsen, Jeffrey Tambor, Christine Baranski, Bill Irwin, and Molly Shannon. We take the Dr. Suess book which takes approximately 12 minutes to read, an animated television special that is 24 minutes long, and a 144 minute live action film and cover it all 101 minutes. That's a savings of 79 minutes. You're welcome. Join Jason, Jeff, Trish and special guest, contortionist, fetish model, fashion designer, and actress Visha Loo for a swinging trip to Whoville.
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Welcome to the very first Christmas/Holiday special. Yup, we said Christmas out loud and nothing happened. The world didn't end. Crazy huh? This week your Invasion leaders discuss their favorite Christmas films and television specials that helped ring in the holiday season for them. Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, Frosty the Snowman, Peanuts, Christmas Vacation, Scrooged, and even Black Christmas, Jack Frost, Silent Night, Deadly Night, Die Hard & Lethal Weapon are discussed in this holiday round table.
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Snootchy boochies from the Lethbridge Entertainment Expo. Jeff chats with Lee Arenberg, Grumpy from Once Upon a Time and Pintel from Pirates of the Caribbean, and Jason Mewes, one half of Jay & Silent Bob of the View Askew universe and Jimmy from Todd & the Book of Pure Evil. Also Jason & Jeff talk about their experiences at conventions. This episode is not to be missed because they are Conditions of Your Surrender.
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