It's true. There really is no place like home for the holidays. With pangs of painful nostalgia, heated political disagreements and unrelenting judgement from your family, emotions run at an all-time high.
To illustrate just how dramatic this time of year can be, artist Betsy Johnson and close collaborator Luke Nugent reimagine the all-too-familiar holiday traumas and triggers as classic Christmas films. In Johnson's series "A Nightmarish Christmas" Scrooge is a Tory, Bridget Jones laments loneliness and Freddy Krueger suffers from insomnia, hung up on holidays' past.
Below, check out six satirical "posters" that will make you feel seen this holiday season.
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