It’s not uncommon for movie studios to recycle their sets between productions, or for different crews to make use of the same locations. For sharp-eyed viewers, this can create the surreal effect of fictional universes overlapping and coexisting with one another. Take Hogan’s Heroes, for instance: the company behind the popular POW camp-set sitcom put the compound on which they shot most of their episodes up for sale after they had wrapped. It was later used for numerous other shoots, most notably in the pornographic Nazi-exploitation film Ilsa, She-Wolf of the S.S.
Just in time for the holiday season, here we have a 2 minute reenactment of Home Alone done by puppies! The story is told by a kid who is well versed in Home Alone. Watch the video and let the cuteness take over you...just let it happen.
If you were a child of the 80's or 90's, you remember the movie 'Home Alone.' The 'Talkboy' was one of the coolest toys in the movie, and the commercials for it were iconic. But none were as scary as this one.