The Magic Christmas Tree – The Cinema Snob

In the tradition of such classics as Santa and the Ice Cream Bunny and Santa Clause Conquers the Martians, here’s a bit of insanity called The Magic Christmas Tree!

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Brad Jones portrays The Cinema Snob, a pretentious film snob who is stuck with reviewing Z-Grade exploitation flicks of the past. I'm a big guy. For you.

7 comments

  1. I first heard of your signed SNDN2 poster on Twitter this past weekend, and it’s even funnier on video. It’s a Christmas miracle.

    1:07- According to the rating this movie has on IMDB, “The Magic Christmas Tree” is as bad as the animated movie, “The Christmas Tree,” which the Nostalgia Critic reviewed 3 years ago.

    11:02- At least the tree grew faster than a Chea plant.

    It’s a good thing the father didn’t run over the turtle, or this movie would go in to Amazon cannibal movie territory.

    Nice job on the Misery joke.

    If I want a movie that starts on Halloween and ends on Christmas (and Santa Clause gets kidnapped), I’ll stick with The Nightmare Before Christmas, thank you very much.

    25:26- Face it, Christmas is ruined.

    26:56- Yes. Trump IS selling you this movie. And like all things Trump related, I do not recommend this movie to anyone.

    • Snorgatch Pandalume

      I actually thought this was going to be that animated movie Doug reviewed. That was much worse than this. This at least had a certain whimsical charm about it. The other movie was nothing but a crappy Disney knock-off.

  2. Your my little boy now.

  3. UWAAUUUUUUUAAAGHHMMM full grown, all right!

  4. Snorgatch Pandalume

    You know, there is a certain charming innocence about a time when you could make a movie where a big hairy man threatens to make a child his slave and people wouldn’t automatically assume there was anything sexual about it. Then again, this was also a time when segregation was legal in many places. Win some, lose some.

  5. lilith_ascennding

    Given how the dad couldn’t hear his wife ask him if he wanted more coffee several times from across the small kitchen table, it doesn’t surprise me he didn’t have enough observational skills to sight a giant metal tree in the middle of his yard.

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