Best Appearance on a Hollywood Soundtrack


Sep 29, 2004 at 4:00 am
There's only one moment in the dour Christmas fable Bad Santa better than the one that comes when a Santa-garbed Billy Bob Thornton tells a small child that he (Thornton) is sick because he "loved a woman who wasn't clean." The even-better moment occurs when the closing credits roll to the tune of "Seasons Freaklings," courtesy of the recently reunited local indie-pop trio Bunnygrunt (see "Best Pop Band"). To sit in a darkened theater and learn that Bad Santa's caterer was David "Cajun" Guilbeau while listening to the Lou's best twisted pop is nothing short of badass.