More than 25 years since he played the “world’s cutest kid’ Kevin McCallister in Home Alone and its sequel, the now 35-year-old Macaulay stars in a dark online send-up.
In the viral R-rated YouTube clip below he portrays a bearded, chain-smoking Kevin who picks up a passenger for an Uber-like car service.
When his mother calls, a clearly traumatised Kevin unloads a deep-seated rant about when his family carelessly left him behind as they ditched town for a week-long Christmas holiday.
“It’s fu*king Christmas, and your whole family goes on vacation and they forget their eight-year-old fu*king son,” he says to the shocked passenger.
“All by yourself in the house for a week. I had to fend off my house from two psychopath home invaders. I was just a kid.
“I still have nightmares about this bald weirdo dude chasing me around, talking like Yosemite Sam. They remembered my bastard of a brother but they forget me, the cutest fu*king eight-year-old in the universe.”
Things quickly go downhill from there when a homeless vagrant hijacks the car.
Channeling the resourceful skills that won him so many fans all those years ago, Kevin uses a host of makeshift weapons to disarm the car robber and wrap him up in a basement.
It’s not the first time Macaulay has been in a viral YouTube sensation. This time two years ago he starred in a parody of the documentary 66 Scenes From America, which featured Andy Warhol eating a burger.
More than 2.7 million people watched Mila Kunis’ ex sit at a table eating a slice of pizza – Macaulay is in a parody band called Pizza Underground.