There’s a Christmas movie currently airing on ABC Family that looks basically miserable, except for the way it taps into all that sexual nostalgia. If Mario Lopez and Melissa Joan Hart sightings don’t do it for you, the clincher here may be Markie Post. She still looks great. In fact, she may look better than Melissa Joan Hart. You know you’d still tap that.
Watch the trailer at your own peril.
If nostalgia is not your thing, however, maybe that crush you had on Christian Bale that was extinguished after you found out he was a tempermental asshole may be rekindled after watching him sing the theme to the “Powerpuff Girls,” which is all the more adorable because the man clearly digs on his daughter. Ignore Wahlberg here, he’s just annoying.
The only thing that would’ve made that better is if he had performed the Powerpuff Girls song looking like this:
Elsewhere, Fox is facing criticism that moving “Fringe” to Friday nights is a show killer by confronting it, and running a TV spot that at least shows some initial promotional support for the show on Fridays starting in January. I don’t know if it’ll work, but as long as they can make it through this season (and provide some closure), I wouldn’t be traumatized if it didn’t return for a fourth season. I love the overall conspiracy, but I’m not as enchanted with the monsters-of-the-week.
Here’s a nifty little supercut making the rounds right now that distills the entire year in movies down to six odd minutes. Everything is better in supercut.
Finally, this video from the Robot Chicken holiday special, hilariously envisions what might have happened to Macauley Culkin’s character in Home Alone if all of his traps had backfired on himself.
(Via The Daily Beast)