Eat Me, Maybe?

MC Chris does Carly Rae Jepsen via George Romero's cookies

Eat Me, Maybe?

We just came across this amazing and totally NSFW smashup that left us feeling like we just got out of George Romero's Kindergarten o' Horror. But it's Carly Rae Jepsen, dead like me. Sweet, no?

Of course, it's Carly's the Cookie Monster's Call Me Maybe reanimated by Alamo Drafthouse fave MC Chris, of Fette's Vette fame. And we'd be suckas not to share it with you, seeing as it's almost Halloween. Gnawm, gnawm, gnawm...

So here it is.

(Fun film fact: Gaylen Ross's final flight is a metaphor for Charles Foster Kane's sled. Deal.)

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