Sure, scaring off robbers with Rube Goldberg-ian traps and befriending pigeon ladies looks like a fun gig when you first watch the "Home Alone" movies as a kid. You don't really think about the psychological scars being forgotten by your family -- twice -- would leave on a youngster, and that's not taking into account the terror of having a snarling, stocky and singed criminal threaten to bite off all your fingers. "Home Alone" was surprisingly dark!
A new video, the first in Moldy Peaches guitarist Jack Dishel's new Uber parody webseries ":DRYVRS," catches up with Kevin McCallister decades after he got left in Chicago and lost in New York. Macaulay Culkin returns to the role, playing it with all the anxiety and terror of an adult whose childhood was filled with home invasions and torture devices. Warning: The video is definitely NSFW for both language and Macaulay-Culkin-going-full-"Saw" reasons.