Elf Off the Shelf: Days 3-6

By Daron Aldridge

December 7, 2014

For the last few years the Elf on the Shelf phenomenon has captured the attention of kids everywhere. Here's how it works (for the uninitiated): Your family buys the Elf on the Shelf and all through December, he moves around the house after the kids go to bed. He serves always as the eyes and ears of Santa, and then flies home to the North Pole every night to report. He's a Christmas surveillance drone, if you will.

Well, it appears that in his downtime, the elf has left the confines of homes across the world and ended up in well-known movie posters. Simply, he is now an Elf Off the Shelf.
Hello, I'm the Elf in Black.

Day 3: The Elf knows if you've been walking the line between naughty and nice this year.

He still looks more natural than Arnold.

Day 4: In response to the new trailer for the Terminator sequel/reboot, the Elf wants to remind you of the last good Terminator movie we got.
An elf isn't an apprentice, though!

Day 5: in honor of Walt Disney's birthday, the Elf assumes the role of Walt's most iconic character.
Elves in Space is a movie idea whose time has come.

Day 6: The Elf gets all Interstellar. At least he found a leftover Coneheads-esque helmet to accommodate his pointy elf hat.



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