Your typical Christmas ad normally comes with the trio of cute kids, teddy bears and a perfectly glazed ham.
However, UK agency Anomaly has gone with a whole other theme for its annual Christmas flick, calling on the great Lord of Darkness, Lucifer to be its chief protagonist in a wonderfully bonkers six-minutes homage to the festive season.
Anomaly London likes to call its annual video a Christmas card to clients. And this year’s effort appears to have spared no expense, enlisting none other than Patrick Stewart as the narrator.
The spot follows a little girl, Hope, mistakenly writing to Satan (not Santa) asking for a puppy. This sees Beelzebub himself return to earth and, among other things, incinerate the jolly man in the red suit to a pile of ashes.
Anway, why read about it when you can enjoy the vomit-drenched lunacy here.
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