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Treevenge Movie: The Christmas Tree Uprising We All Feared Is Here

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Americans annually harvest around 30 million pine trees for the Christmas holiday — so it makes sense that the coniferous population would be less than thrilled with such a tradition. According to the new short film Treevenge, which had a showing at the 2009 Sundance Festival, Christmas trees have had enough — and its time for humanity to pay. I for one will be buying a fake tree next year. Check out a clip from the movie below.

Warning: This clip is not for kiddies — especially those that look forward to trimming the tree each year. There’s an incredible amount of hilarious blood and gore. Enjoy!

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