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5 Great Christmas Movies

Thanksgiving is over, and Christmas is right around the corner. What's a better way to get into the holiday spirit, then watching a few Christmas movies. These are 5 movies that all have a little holiday cheer. They range from romance, comedy, and even horror. Enjoy!



Children and adults alike will be fans of Will Ferrell's performance in Elf. A human raised believing he was an elf is bound to cause mayhem when leaves Santa's Workshop and travels to the bustling city of New York. The dorky and innocent humor will cause a chuckle or two, and the feel-good story is the perfect example of a Christmas miracle. Available on Amazon Video. 


A Christmas Prince

A sappy and romantic film that makes the heart patter. A sweet story about a journalist that goes undercover to learn more about the reckless King-to-be, or so he seems. The film follows their quick love affair, with just the perfect amount of drama and cliché moments. Available on Netflix.


How the Grinch Stole Christmas

Jim Carrey's infamous smirk is the best way to ring in the holiday season. Ironically, the Grinch lives to suppress and ruin Whoville's holiday spirit. A classic movie that is loved by everyone and illustrates the true meaning of Christmas. Available on Netflix.




When William “Billy” Peltzer receives the cute and cuddly “Gizmo” for Christmas, he's told he must not feed him after midnight or get him wet. He’s horrified to discover that the little creatures transform when the rules are broken. Billy and friends race against time to prevent the complete destruction of their town and end the mischief of the beastly little creatures. Available on Netflix.


A Christmas Horror Story

Who says Christmas can't be scary? For the horror genre lover, A Christmas Horror Story is the perfect balance between horror and holiday. An anthology of creepy holiday stories that include zombie elves, Krampus, and changelings, the movie caters to all genres of horror. Beware, this film is not for the light-hearted (especially not children)! Available on Netflix.


Saturday, November 25, 2017