During the holidays many of us like to curl up with a hot mug full of cocoa, nibble on chocolates and enjoy reminiscing while watching old Christmas movies. So if you’re one of many, check out this top ten list to see if you might have forgotten an old title you’d like to revisit before
During the holidays many of us like to curl up with a hot mug full of cocoa, nibble on chocolates and enjoy reminiscing while watching old Christmas movies. So if you’re one of many, check out this top ten list to see if you might have forgotten an old title you’d like to revisit before the New Year.
1 – The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993): If you’re still clinging onto Halloween, then maybe watching Tim Burton’s rendition of a Christmas tale will help you cope and make the transition into the Holiday festivity. Netflix friendly.
2 – How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000): Jim Carrey fans can revisit the Grinch to experience a character full of colour and evolution in this hilarious rendition of Dr. Seuss. Netflix friendly.
3 – Elf (2003): This holiday comedy classic will take you to the tale of Buddy, a human raised as an elf in his search for family.
4 – Better Watch Out (2017): If you’re of the gory horror bunch, then you might want to check out this R rated Christmas flick to spice up your list of favourites.
5 – Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964): One of the inspirations to a very timeless Christmas song, this timeless animation will take you back to when abominable snowmen were real.
6 – Gremlins (1984): The unique surprise of a Mogwai is seen in a Christmas-time Norman Rockwell-esque small town in this flick that might teach a thing or two in following the rules for Christmas gifts. Netflix Friendly.
7 – A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965): Peanuts fans can return to their childhood memories as Charlie Brown helps to bring forth the true meaning of Christmas.
8 – Batman Returns (1992): If you’re into Tim Burton on Christmas, then the story of Batman returning to save a Christmas timing Gotham City is one to review.
9 – Scrooge “A Christmas Carol” (1951): If you’re the type to let movies teach a few moral lessons, then the spirits that visit an old humbug might be just for you.
10 – Die Hard (1988): Although rated R, this action and adventure packed suspenseful flick takes you to Christmas time in Los Angeles for those that like to get their hearts pumping,