Macaulay Culkin Mocks the Trauma of 'Home Alone' in Dark New Clip (VIDEO)

This is kind of crazy, a little bit dark, and mostly hilarious. Macaulay Culkin channeled his inner Kevin McCallister one more time for the first episode of the new web show :DRYVRS, and it turns out that he never got over the trauma of being left home alone for a week while his family flew off to Paris.

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Now 35, Kevin is a PTSD mess who drives an Uber-like service and clearly never got over the traumatic events of his childhood. Culkin plays his role in a much darker way than we saw back when he was "the cutest f*cking 8-year-old in the universe, by far," and we learn that taking down the Wet Bandits wasn't all fun and games.

Well, when you put it that way, it almost makes me feel bad for absolutely loving Home Alone as a kid! "I still have nightmares about this bald weirdo dude chasing me around talking like Yosemite Sam," the troubled Kevin confessed.

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He also poked fun at the insane plot lines and dialogue from the original film, saying, "They don't even curse!" He also brought out his booby-trapping skills when an unfortunate carjacker tried to steal his vehicle.

Just when you think it can't get any darker or crazier, Culkin straps the carjacker up with Christmas lights -- because what else? Poor Kevin. We never knew he needed so much therapy after his ordeal.

 

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