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31st May '16 5:39:34 AM DaibhidC
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* In the ''Series/MurdochMysteries'' Christmas episode "A Merry Murdoch Christmas", Inspector Brackenreid believes in the Krampus, having supposedly seen him as a child, and thinks he's responsible for the murders as part of a campaign to destroy Christmas. [[spoiler: It turns out the murderer of the week ''was'' trying to ruin Christmas and was dressed as the Krampus to do so, and the Inspector's childhood experience is implied to be a nightmare caused by guilt. (He told his father he hated him when he didn't get the present he wanted.)]]
16th May '16 10:26:16 AM VVK
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* There is much debate over ''Film/RareExportsAChristmasTale'' and whether the antagonist in it is a BadSanta, a Krampus, or Joulupukki. Given that it is a Finnish film, it is more likely that it is Joulupukki. Note that the characters in the movie always speak of Santa Claus/Joulupukki. Joulupukki is the Finnish version of Santa Claus, usually treated as interchangeable; his name means, nonsensically, "Christmas goat", and by some accounts, this originally referred to a goat accompanying St. Nicholas that sounds very much like Krampus. Returning to the movie, its depiction of "Santa" might have been inspired by Krampus, although in-universe, there are [[https://www.flickr.com/photos/ancientartpodcast/15410492264/in/photostream/ old depictions]] of "Joulupukki" as being like that. (All save maybe [[https://www.flickr.com/photos/ancientartpodcast/15410490344/in/photostream/ the mildest one (left)]] seem to be fabrications for the movie.)

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* There is much debate over ''Film/RareExportsAChristmasTale'' and whether the antagonist in it is a BadSanta, a Krampus, or Joulupukki. Given that it is a Finnish film, it is more likely that it is Joulupukki. Note that the characters in the movie always speak of Santa Claus/Joulupukki. The modern Joulupukki is the Finnish version of Santa Claus, usually treated as interchangeable; his name means, nonsensically, "Christmas goat", and by some accounts, this originally referred to a goat accompanying St. Nicholas that sounds very much like Krampus. Returning to the movie, its depiction of "Santa" might have been inspired by Krampus, although in-universe, there are [[https://www.flickr.com/photos/ancientartpodcast/15410492264/in/photostream/ old depictions]] of "Joulupukki" as being like that. (All save maybe [[https://www.flickr.com/photos/ancientartpodcast/15410490344/in/photostream/ the mildest one (left)]] seem to be fabrications for the movie.)
16th May '16 10:23:13 AM VVK
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* There is much debate over ''Film/RareExportsAChristmasTale'' and whether the antagonist in it is a BadSanta, a Krampus, or Joulupukki. Given that it is a Finnish film, it is more likely that it is Joulupukki. Joulupukki is the Finnish version of Santa Claus, usually treated as interchangeable; his name means, nonsensically, "Christmas goat", and by some accounts, this originally referred to a goat accompanying St. Nicholas that sounds very much like Krampus. Returning to the movie, its depiction of "Santa" might have been inspired by Krampus, although in-universe, there are [[https://www.flickr.com/photos/ancientartpodcast/15410492264/in/photostream/ old depictions]] of "Joulupukki" as being like that. (All save maybe [[https://www.flickr.com/photos/ancientartpodcast/15410490344/in/photostream/ the mildest one (left)]] seem to be fabrications for the movie.)

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* There is much debate over ''Film/RareExportsAChristmasTale'' and whether the antagonist in it is a BadSanta, a Krampus, or Joulupukki. Given that it is a Finnish film, it is more likely that it is Joulupukki. Note that the characters in the movie always speak of Santa Claus/Joulupukki. Joulupukki is the Finnish version of Santa Claus, usually treated as interchangeable; his name means, nonsensically, "Christmas goat", and by some accounts, this originally referred to a goat accompanying St. Nicholas that sounds very much like Krampus. Returning to the movie, its depiction of "Santa" might have been inspired by Krampus, although in-universe, there are [[https://www.flickr.com/photos/ancientartpodcast/15410492264/in/photostream/ old depictions]] of "Joulupukki" as being like that. (All save maybe [[https://www.flickr.com/photos/ancientartpodcast/15410490344/in/photostream/ the mildest one (left)]] seem to be fabrications for the movie.)
16th May '16 10:02:52 AM VVK
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* There is much debate over ''Film/RareExportsAChristmasTale'' and whether the antagonist in it is a BadSanta, a Krampus, or Joulupukki. Given that it is a Finnish film, it is more likely that it is Joulupukki. Joulupukki is the Finnish version of Santa Claus, usually treated as interchangeable; his name means, nonsensically, "Christmas goat", and by some accounts, this originally referred to a goat accompanying St. Nicholas that sounds very much like Krampus. Returning to the movie, its depiction of "Santa" seems like it was inspired by Krampus, although in-universe, there are [[https://www.flickr.com/photos/ancientartpodcast/15410492264/in/photostream/ old depictions]] of "Joulupukki" as being like that. (All save maybe [[https://www.flickr.com/photos/ancientartpodcast/15410490344/in/photostream/ the mildest one (left)]] seem to be fabrications for the movie.)

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* There is much debate over ''Film/RareExportsAChristmasTale'' and whether the antagonist in it is a BadSanta, a Krampus, or Joulupukki. Given that it is a Finnish film, it is more likely that it is Joulupukki. Joulupukki is the Finnish version of Santa Claus, usually treated as interchangeable; his name means, nonsensically, "Christmas goat", and by some accounts, this originally referred to a goat accompanying St. Nicholas that sounds very much like Krampus. Returning to the movie, its depiction of "Santa" seems like it was might have been inspired by Krampus, although in-universe, there are [[https://www.flickr.com/photos/ancientartpodcast/15410492264/in/photostream/ old depictions]] of "Joulupukki" as being like that. (All save maybe [[https://www.flickr.com/photos/ancientartpodcast/15410490344/in/photostream/ the mildest one (left)]] seem to be fabrications for the movie.)
16th May '16 10:01:30 AM VVK
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* There is much debate over ''Film/RareExportsAChristmasTale'' and whether the antagonist in it is a BadSanta, a Krampus, or Joulupukki. Given that it is a Finnish film, it is more likely that it is Joulupukki. Joulupukki is the Finnish version of Santa Claus, usually treated as interchangeable; his name means, nonsensically, "Christmas goat", and by some accounts, this originally referred to a goat accompanying St. Nicholas that sounds very much like Krampus. Returning to the movie, its depiction of "Santa" seems like it was inspired by Krampus, although in-universe, there are [[https://www.flickr.com/photos/ancientartpodcast/15410492264/in/photostream/ old depictions]] of "Joulupukki" as being like that. (All save maybe [[https://www.flickr.com/photos/ancientartpodcast/15410490344/in/photostream/ the mildest one]] seem to be fabrications for the movie.)

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* There is much debate over ''Film/RareExportsAChristmasTale'' and whether the antagonist in it is a BadSanta, a Krampus, or Joulupukki. Given that it is a Finnish film, it is more likely that it is Joulupukki. Joulupukki is the Finnish version of Santa Claus, usually treated as interchangeable; his name means, nonsensically, "Christmas goat", and by some accounts, this originally referred to a goat accompanying St. Nicholas that sounds very much like Krampus. Returning to the movie, its depiction of "Santa" seems like it was inspired by Krampus, although in-universe, there are [[https://www.flickr.com/photos/ancientartpodcast/15410492264/in/photostream/ old depictions]] of "Joulupukki" as being like that. (All save maybe [[https://www.flickr.com/photos/ancientartpodcast/15410490344/in/photostream/ the mildest one]] one (left)]] seem to be fabrications for the movie.)
16th May '16 9:59:45 AM VVK
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* There is much debate over ''Film/RareExports: A Christmas Tale'' and whether the antagonist in it is a BadSanta, a Krampus, or Joulupukki. Given that it is a Finnish film, it is more likely that it is Joulupukki. Joulupukki is the Finnish version of Santa Claus, usually treated as interchangeable; his name means, nonsensically, "Christmas goat", and by some accounts, this originally referred to a goat accompanying St. Nicholas that sounds very much like Krampus. Returning to the movie, its depiction of "Santa" seems like it was inspired by Krampus, although in-universe, there are [[https://www.flickr.com/photos/ancientartpodcast/15410492264/in/photostream/ old depictions]] of "Joulupukki" as being like that. (All save maybe the mildest one seem to be fabrications for the movie.)

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* There is much debate over ''Film/RareExports: A Christmas Tale'' ''Film/RareExportsAChristmasTale'' and whether the antagonist in it is a BadSanta, a Krampus, or Joulupukki. Given that it is a Finnish film, it is more likely that it is Joulupukki. Joulupukki is the Finnish version of Santa Claus, usually treated as interchangeable; his name means, nonsensically, "Christmas goat", and by some accounts, this originally referred to a goat accompanying St. Nicholas that sounds very much like Krampus. Returning to the movie, its depiction of "Santa" seems like it was inspired by Krampus, although in-universe, there are [[https://www.flickr.com/photos/ancientartpodcast/15410492264/in/photostream/ old depictions]] of "Joulupukki" as being like that. (All save maybe [[https://www.flickr.com/photos/ancientartpodcast/15410490344/in/photostream/ the mildest one one]] seem to be fabrications for the movie.)
16th May '16 9:58:08 AM VVK
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* There is much debate over ''Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale'' and whether the antagonist in it is a BadSanta, a Krampus, or Joulupukki. Given that it is a Finnish film, it is more likely that it is Joulupukki.

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* There is much debate over ''Rare Exports: ''Film/RareExports: A Christmas Tale'' and whether the antagonist in it is a BadSanta, a Krampus, or Joulupukki. Given that it is a Finnish film, it is more likely that it is Joulupukki. Joulupukki is the Finnish version of Santa Claus, usually treated as interchangeable; his name means, nonsensically, "Christmas goat", and by some accounts, this originally referred to a goat accompanying St. Nicholas that sounds very much like Krampus. Returning to the movie, its depiction of "Santa" seems like it was inspired by Krampus, although in-universe, there are [[https://www.flickr.com/photos/ancientartpodcast/15410492264/in/photostream/ old depictions]] of "Joulupukki" as being like that. (All save maybe the mildest one seem to be fabrications for the movie.)
2nd Apr '16 11:22:44 PM GrammarNavi
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* Brett McCarthy made a short film called [[http://vimeo.com/84607381 "Merry Krampus"]] about a couple who scares their children with the tale of Krampus, [[spoiler:but in the end, it's the parents who get punished by Krampus.]]

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* Brett McCarthy [=McCarthy=] made a short film called [[http://vimeo.com/84607381 "Merry Krampus"]] about a couple who scares their children with the tale of Krampus, [[spoiler:but in the end, it's the parents who get punished by Krampus.]]
26th Jan '16 8:19:31 PM Sheena08
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* Skyler Hornbostel from the short novel series ''Samhain Island'' is a young Krampus with a showman-like personality.

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* Skyler Hornbostel from the short novel series ''Samhain Island'' ''Literature/{{Samhain Island}}'' is a young Krampus with a showman-like personality.
26th Jan '16 7:44:33 PM Sheena08
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* Skyler Hornbostel from the short novel series ''Samhain Island'' is a young Krampus with a showman-like personality.


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