Home Alone House is now available for rent on AirBnb

It’s December 1st, so we think it’s totally okay to say now: Merry Christmas, you filthy animals! And sure, come the season, come the seasonal movies: we all have our favorites, but near the top has to be the original. Alone at home, the real classic that made a sparkling Christmas star Macaulay Culkin. And if as a kid you ever had high ambitions to take over the lavish McCallister Residence for a night of junk food-fueled debauchery, now is your chance, about a special offer at AirBnB.

That’s right: Starting December 7 at 1:00 p.m. CT, you’ll have the option to book yourself a night at the MacCallister House while they’re, um, “on vacation.” Hope they will remember everyone this time! The list reads, apparently written by eldest son Buzz McCallister (Devin Ratray):

“Many Christmases ago the McCallisters went to Paris – well, most of us. Although we are older and wiser now (I even have my own security company), we are never too old for vacation travel. are on vacation (all of us, this time), I invite a team of mischief-makers to let their inner eight-year-olds run free in my childhood home on December 12. * This is not a contest. Travelers are responsible for their own travel. “

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What about the house itself? Well, the first words that came to mind were “camp” and “kitsch”, and it’s definitely both: The grinch Who stole christmas more than anything. The wallpaper is just as tacky, made up of colorful grandma patterns with a sickly cherry red. But hey, at least it’s secure: there’s even a paint bucket hanging above the stairs, just in case you need to stop some violent thugs.

And, mustache and beard reviews aside, the person who decorated the house clearly went the extra mile to make it feel like a proper Christmas, so hey, props for them.

The attractive offer comes in the wake of the exit from Home Sweet Home Alone, which went straight to Disney + last month for, uh, generally poor reviews. Our verdict? “Home Sweet Home Alone proves that this franchise is no longer what the French call “the incompetent”, but this franchise still has work to do to regain its glory days, ”said reviewer Ross Bonaime, concluding with a passable C rating.

Home Sweet Home Alone is available to watch on Disney + now.

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