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Ho Ho Horrible Christmas Movies

Adam Spiegelman, Jimmy Pardo, Santa, Todd levin, Prancer, Mike Spiegelman, Rudolph

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Listen on iTunes. Bad Christmas movies are recapped, torn apart and trashed. Featuring Jimmy Pardo (Never Not Funny), Todd Levin (Conan), Adam Felber (NPR), Sharon Houston (Punk’d) and my big bro Mike Spiegelman (Adam’s Brother). Movies like “Kirk Cameron’s Saving Christmas,” “Santa Claus – The Movie,” “Christmas Shoes” and even “It’s a Wonderful Life!” Plus bonus films like “Jesus Christ Vampire Slayer.” It’s the reason for the season! BUY GREAT CHRISTMAS T-SHIRTS! SUPPORT THE SHOW! Listen ...
 
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