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Alternative Home Alone posters

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As festive films go, few can top Home Alone, Macaulay Culkin's magnum opus.

If it taught us anything (as Homer Simpson once surmised) it's that being left alone at home under the age of 10 will merely result in hilarious antics with hapless robbers, rather than a swift and decisive intervention from social services.

It's for this reason, the wondrous suspension of disbelief, that this John Hughes-penned Christmas masterpiece remains a classic.

Herein some wistful design types get all nostalgic, reworking the poster in alternative style.

But as one wise prophet below forewarns, avoid three and four. It's for the best.

(Images: Michael Sapienza, Elizabeth S, Robert Penney, Backstothewall, Steve Brown, Leoriane Setti, Monster Gallery, Philip Joyce, Patrik Svensson)

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