For many people Christmas can seem like a time particularly sinister. Year after year —and each time before, the cities attempt to disconcert its inhabitants with the lights more tacky that we can imagine, christmas carols pierce the eardrums of all those brave who dare to leave their homes without earplugs and I’m beginning to suspect that the authorities dumped chemicals into the water to increase the levels of fussiness society.
But if we are here is to talk about cinema, in particular of a finding that the twittera @astralbarnes has brought out in his account after learning of the existence of a worrying pattern present in a lot of posters of productions christmas: the emergence of a heterosexual couple of the white race, displaying smiles in stone, the more fake that the monkeys ‘Jumanji’, and dressed with red clothes and green.
The shows that can be seen in the screenshots of the tweet, who is presiding over these lines —originally taken from an account of Letterbox— round the half a hundred posters clone, to be honest, to rub against the grotesque, and the trace of which seems to point towards Hallmark Channel: a north american television channel that produces original content and is specialized in products sweetened set in the most diverse festivities. Echad an eye to their website to discover a true festival kitsch worthy of a museum of horrors.
Taking a look more in depth, and after discarding the idea that the creative responsible for these atrocities are reptilians who have not finished to understand the essence of man and his relationship with Christmas, I opted to think that these posters, in the listed securities as original as ‘Christmas Joy’, ‘It’s Christmas Eve’, ‘Christmas in Love’ or ‘Reunited in Christmas’, are the result of an artificial intelligence. Either that, or behind them hides a person asking for help desperately using some type of encrypted messages.
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The news hell the red and the green: the posters produced clone of the films christmas looks like coming out of a nightmare was originally published in Espinof by Victor Lopez G. .
November 27, 2018
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