TOP CHRISTMAS MOVIES
Everyone has their favorite Christmas movies, including us.
Our gift to you is a few of our favorites in no particular order. Watch them here or in our app. Spread the Christmas cheer by sharing this page on your social networks. It’s always Christmas here, anytime you want it.
From our families to yours, Merry Christmas, happy holidays and may 2020 be your best yet.
A CHRISTMAS STORY (1983) Click here to watch
Released in 1983, A Christmas Story will go on into infinity as a classic.
Directed by Bob Clark directed 1981’s hit “Porky’s” and as he said, if it weren’t for Porky’s there would have been no A Christmas Story. It was Porky’s that shined the light on him and the studio would not make A Christmas Story unless he directed it. In fact, believe it or not, very few studios were interested in making this film.
When the movie was released, it didn’t do too well at the movie houses. But, in 1974 a clerical error prevented the copyright owner from filing the necessary extension application. The movie went into the public domain so it didn’t cost anything to broadcast for the stations showing it ’round the clock.
Watching a guy like James Caan opposite Buddy The Elf played by Will Ferrell just kills us. You have this idea of Caan in your head, a tough guy, Sonny from the Godfather and out of nowhere here comes this six foot plus goofy over-sized adult in a child’s brain looking for warmth and compassion from his dad
Does it ever get boring? The cast, the insanity cousin Eddie, the lights on the house! Hard to believe this was done 30 years ago. My time flies.
HOME ALONE (1990) Click here to watch
Our favorite part of the movie? All the cool little pranks Caulkin plays on Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern
JACK FROST (1998) Click here to watch
A sad but heart-warming movie starring Michael Keaton and Kelly Preston. Keaton comes back to life after being killed in a crash as a snow man. Three of Frank Zappa’s four children, Dweezil Zappa, Ahmet Zappa, and Moon Unit Zappa, appear in the film.
BAD SANTA (2003) Click here to watch
Probably one of the rawest movies ever! Released the same year as ELF, Billy Bob Thornton does an amazing job as playing the most miserable jolly St. Nick ever.
THE SANTA CLAUSE (1994) Click here to watch
Anything with Tim Allen, we’re there. This was the first in the series. Tim Allen plays Scott Calvin, \who accidentally causes Santa Claus to fall from his roof on Christmas Eve. When he and his young son, Charlie, finish St. Nick’s trip and deliveries, they go to the North Pole where Scott learns that he must become the new Santa and convince those he loves that he is indeed Santa Claus
SCROOGED (1988) Click here to watch
It’s Bill Murray, ’nuff said.
POLAR EXPRESS (2004) Click here to watch
How cool would it be to take a train ride like this!