The Grinch is a KILLER in New Horror Parody ‘The Mean One’

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Since Dr. Seuss’s 1957 publication of the first How the Grinch Stole Christmas, which is a charming story about conquering the winter blues, the Grinch has taken our gifts and our hearts.

After all, he created this tale in an effort to change his negative perspective on the Santa-loving holiday. The Grinch has been adapted numerous times throughout the years, but none of them compare to this most recent rendition, The Mean One. More Christmas Movies Coming 2022.

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This How the Grinch Stole Christmas remake is a very, very loose adaptation. The Grinch is now referred to as The Mean One, while Cindy Lou Who has changed her name to Cindy You-Know-Who. Even the name of the town has changed! Newville has replaced Whoville. Maybe it’s a tribute to this fresh interpretation of the Grinch. In this retelling of the story, The Mean One (David Howard Thornton) kills Cindy Lou You-Know-parents Who’s 20 years before the events of the movie. Cindy travels back to her hometown in the present to find closure, but tragically, there she has another confrontation with the nasty, hairy killer with a green skin.

On December 15, 2022, XYZ Films, the movie’s distributor, will give away a free worldwide release of The Mean One to horror and holiday movie enthusiasts equally. The next instalment of How The Grinch Stole Christmas is created under the direction of Steven LaMorte and with assistance from Flip and Fin Kolber as the authors.

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Since the news broke, there has been a lot of disagreement on Twitter about it. The majority of responses seem to be unfavourable. Who is to blame for them? This is the nightmare version of their childhood. There have been so many variations, but they all lead to the same conclusion—that there will be a happy ending over the holidays.

The Grinch has now been on the big screen a number of times. His initial appearance was broadcast to the entire world in 1966. It’s Grinch Night, a prequel, was released in 1977, almost ten years after the original. In order to bring the fabled story to the big screen, Jim Carrey donned the green hairy suit in 2000. It’s one of my personal Christmas favourites. It’s a great combination for the holiday season—part goofy, part heartwarming. In 2018, Benedict Cumberbatch and the computer-generating firm Illumination collaborated on a new animated version of the well-known tale.

The Grinch needs a new, more horrifying makeover, whether you like it or not. So grab a seat and enjoy the show!

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