Welcome in the holidays with an assortment of seasonal film favorites for the whole family.
This timeless comedy offers a glimpse of Christmas life during the Depression — we "Triple Dog Dare" you not to enjoy it. Follow it up with the now classic Home Alone where a boy left at home has to concoct a plan to save his home from robbers.
Make it a Bing Crosby double feature night. Both classic films offer a heartwarming tale and catchy songs like "White Christmas", "Snow", "Sisters", and "Happy Holiday" that your kids will be singing all night long.
The magic of childhood never fades with these two holiday favorites. One is a classic tale about the magic of the holidays, and the other shows us what it's like to really embrace childhood (toys, that is).
Keep a box of tissues handy for this double feature. Both It's a Wonderful Life and Miracle on 34th Street feature touching tales about life and faith that will warm even the grouchiest family member's heart.
No matter how technologically advanced your family gets, there is something nice about a Christmas classic.
Start with The Santa Clause trilogy which puts a humorous spin on the Santa you thought you knew. Then, spend Christmas with America's favorite vacationing family, the Griswolds, for who nothing ever seems to go right.
Bah, humbug! Everyone's seen one of the many versions of A Christmas Carol. But whether Ebeneezer Scrooge is Bill Murray, Scrooge McDuck, Jim Carrey, Michael Caine, or someone else, the message is the same: Keep love in your heart or end up alone.
Between Wayne, a Christmas elf who's part of an elite organization known as Prep & Landing, and Buddy, full-grown, candy-loving adult who thinks he's an elf, we've got all your elf movie needs covered!
Start with a Tim Burton flick about one skinny Halloweentown skeleton who tries to be as loved as "Sandy Claws." Follow it up with the original The Grinch Who Stole Christmas about a grumpy hermit who tries to steal Christmas.
Jazz up the holidays with a musical double feature. Beauty and Beast are back in a brand new holiday tale filled with songs the kids will adore. Then pop in the classic Judy Garland film featuring the beloved song "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas."
Nothing gets you in the holiday spirit quite like Charlie Brown and friends. Whether they’re trying to put on a holiday pageant or wishing for a pet of their very own, the gang will warm your hearts and keep you smiling long after the movies are done.
How about a night just for mom? Kick things off with some long-distance romance in Seattle, followed up with the always feel-good While You Were Sleeping starring Sandra Bullock. Mom never had it so good.
All I Want for Christmas: A Christmas Story and Home Alone
A Very Bing Christmas: White Christmas and Holiday Inn
Children Who Believe: The Polar Express and Babes in Toyland
Christmas Tearjerkers: It's a Wonderful Life and Miracle on 34th Street
Classic Christmas: Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town and Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer
Father Christmas: The Santa Clause and National Lampoon Christmas Vacation
A Dickens Christmas: A Christmas Carol, Scrooge, Muppets Christmas Carol, Scrooged
North Pole Residents: Prep and Landing and Elf
Scary Christmas: The Nightmare Before Christmas and The Grinch Who Stole Christmas
A Musical Christmas: Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas and Meet Me in St. Louis
A Peanuts Christmas: A Charlie Brown Christmas and I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown
Under the Mistletoe: Sleepless in Seattle and While You Were Sleeping