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Hot off the press in time for Christmas comes my first attempt at a music video.

Topsy Turvy Xmas is written and performed by David Fisher and features a guest appearance by John Cooper Clarke.

I directed the video. (And edited it. And did the animation.) 

And in case it isn't immediately obvious, all of the various elves/band members/Santas are played by David Fisher.

Hope you enjoy it.

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My third - and probably final - handy tip for Christmas. ;)

BTW, the refrigerator interior in this video isn't entirely mine. My other half didn't want the world to see what a dirty fridge we have, so I covered the dirty bits over with some pictures of much cleaner refrigerator interiors I found on the internet . ;)

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 Couldn't resist using my Christmas dinner as the subject of one more short and silly video. ;)

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We've got a big Three Bird Roast for Christmas Dinner. It's been in the oven for hours and is still nowhere near cooked, so this is what I've been doing to kill some time while I'm waiting. 

And yes, that really is our Christmas dinner in the video.

Merry Christmas, everyone!

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I was given yet another challenge at the last Kino London screening, to make a film with whatever title they pulled from a hat. And the title the hat produced this time was: "The Last Santa."

So here it is, finished just in time for screening at Kino London tomorrow night (that's Thursday, the 1st of December).

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First, a lovely little video:

Followed by my latest cheezburger front page, which apparently happened while I was out frolicking in the snow yesterday:

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What better way to round off the Christmas season than with some jolly Lovecraftian carols?

The Most Horrible Time of the Year:

I Saw Mommy Kissing Yog-Sothoh:

And last but not least, Freddy the Red-Brained Migo:


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As far as I can tell, this isn't an official South Park video, just an animation by a fan, but it's pretty good. 

There is no visual to go with this, it's just the audio track with a blank screen, but it's the wonderful Allan Sherman singing The Twelve Gifts of Christmas. And even if most of the "gifts" are terribly outdated now, that song will always be funny. 

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Over the next few days, my intention is (to paraphrase Marcellus Wallace in Pulp Fiction) to: go all seasonal on yo' ass

So how better to begin than with some Christmas zombies?

And we mustn't forget the out-takes video:


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