Santa’s Christmas Elf (Named Calvin) – The Cinema Snob

The Cinema Snob sees a Christmas nightmare so awful that it could exist in the same levels of hell as Fun in Balloon Land or Ms Velma.

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  1. I’m going to assume Santa has diplomatic immunity.

  2. I’m telling you, all these “Christmas elves” are a conspiracy. The Thalmor are trying to use Christmas to root out the worship of Talos in our households.

  3. 1:25- And people say the Rankin/Bass Christmas specials are cheep. I wonder if it reasons like this that proves why this thing doesn’t yet have an IMDB page.

    8:21- This must be Richie Rich’s sex face.

    9:01- Because both Calvin and Trump have the same IQ.

    This movie should have just been released in comic book form. Seriously, whose fucking idea wast it to make this thing out of still shots!?

    I already know that you’ll do a review on Let Their Be Late sometime in 2018.

    15:48- I never thought I’d say this, but…I wish this WAS Santa & the Ice Cream Bunny.

    16:39- You mean sno-cones? …Jackass?

    20:50- NO, IT’S NOT! Why? Because THOSE effects WERE IN MOTION! …Plus, Justice League is awesome.

    25:04- Oh yeah. Why didn’t think of that at first? Probably because I’ve been trying to repress the existence of that fucking game.

  4. lilith_ascennding

    Well, I did it! To this day, the only Cinema Snob video that I have quit out of is Gross Out. True, I clicked off the window of the video to check my Facebook at one point, but god damn it, I still listened to the whole damn thing!

    God, what is my life?

  5. The Movie Explorer

    It’s like the longest Dukane educational filmstrip ever. Only I’m sure nobody ever learned a thing watching this. That [spoiler alert] Barry Mahon wound up being the one attached to this was the non-surprise of the century.

  6. Well guess what? NOW this has an IMDB page? With pretty much nothing in the way of new information. I discovered this upon learning to my amazing that Barry Mahon also had a credit to the 1970 animated Christmas movie Santa and the Three Bears. He apparently directed the rarely seen live action sequences which originally bookended the movie Not surprising his only contribution was the part so unimportant it could easily be edited from television. I remember that movie fondly from my childhood. Sure it wasn’t exactly a masterpiece, but it is compared to this!

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