UK agency Anomaly London has continued with its tradition of releasing absurd, dark videos just in time to scare the kids this Christmas.
This year’s tale, at a full six minutes in length, is titled “O human being” and tells the tale of a man called Peter who is abducted by Christmas trees, has his feet chopped off and, ironically, is turned into a Christmas tree himself.
The ghoulish cartoon spot is narrated by famed English actor Richard E Grant and follows Peter’s mutilation and torture as it reveals a frightening festive message.
Check it out below. Although, B&T does warn it is a bit sweary and may not be suitable for everyone’s workplace.
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