Home Alone Is Extra Disturbing With Realistic Blood

Most reasonable people understand there’s something a little disturbing about Home Alone. Aside from the whole premise of a kid’s parents who continue to forget him when they’re going on extravagant vacation, there’s also the creepy bungling burglars that are far too focused on a lonely child. And oh yeah, that kid commits brutal acts of horrific violence against the burglars!

The film actually very closely follows the structure of a slasher movie. Now, a kind YouTube user going by the name BitMassive has taken some scenes from the first two Home Alone movies and made them a little more realistic. Maybe, a little too realistic. As in, “dear god, that guy got fucked up,” kind of realistic.

So far, there are four scenes—embedded above and below—and it’s not clear if BitMassive will keep going or maybe they’ll start bloodying up some other movies. We suggest any scenes involving Wolverine.

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