Great Job, Internet!: Nothing says Christmas like ClickHole’s Glengarry Glen Ross light display

Anyone looking for an eye-pleasing Christmas light display meticulously timed to the music of, say, Frozen or the Trans-Siberian Orchestra can easily find such material on YouTube. But that’s pedestrian, played out, old hat. Isn’t it time that homeowners tried a something with a little bite to it this holiday season, maybe something written by David Mamet and barked by an hostile, arrogant Alec Baldwin? That is the idea behind a magnificent and emotionally shattering holiday light display from Chesterfield, VA, as showcased on The A.V. Club‘s sister site ClickHole. This particular (totally made up) display is not timed to any famous Christmas song like “Jingle Bell Rock” or “Frosty The Snowman.” No, that would be entirely too easy and too safe. Instead, the various blinking snowflakes, candy canes, and presents here are choreographed to match the rhythm of Baldwin’s infamous “coffee is for closers …

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