What are the Best Christmas Movies of all Time?

We’re going to take you back to the old times as we have a list of the best Christmas movies of all time every one of us has watched at least once with our families during Christmas. 

Best Christmas Movies

Relive your Childhood: Best Christmas Movies of all Time

Are you ready to go down memory lane with us? Get ready because we have made sure that nostalgia hits you hard while you read this article. The holiday season is here which means there is going to be a lot of family time, food, fun games, and watching movies together.

Streaming sites and lockdowns have changed our viewing habits immensely. There is a craze in people to keep up with all the new shows and series so that they could relate to the references regarding them circulating on social media. Or to stay on the safe side, watch them before getting any spoilers.

In the middle of all this chaos, we have almost forgotten how our childhood used to be, what we used to watch with our families during the holiday season. Every household has their pick of a favorite movie which they used to watch together around Christmas no matter how many times it has been played previously. It had become more like a ritual to re-watch it every holiday season. 

We’re going to take you back to the old times as we have a list of movies every one of us has watched at least once with our families during Christmas. If you’re wondering where to find these movies, then wonder no more. Subscribe to Spectrum Gold Package and along with 200+ channels, you’ll get an option to play thousands of on-demand movies and shows. That’s how you can catch up on all the fun and entertainment these iconic movies have in store for you.

Home Alone

How can we talk about the best Christmas movies and miss this iconic hit from our childhood? Home Alone is a classic comedy film written by John Hughes and directed by Chris Columbus. This movie revolves around a boy who lives the childhood dream of almost every child i.s. being home alone all by himself.

The twist comes in when burglars try to get into his house after his parents accidentally leave him alone on their vacation to Paris. This movie will get you laughing, crying, thrilled and whatnot as you watch a little boy trying to defend himself and his neighborhood from the crooks who attempt to rob them.

The year without a Santa Claus

Ever wondered how Christmas Eve would be without a Santa Claus? Well, this movie perfectly depicts how it gets when a discouraged Santa Clause considers skipping to get out on Christmas Eve one year. The animated Christmas television special movie produced by Rankin/Bass Productions is based on Phyllis McGinley’s book.

The movie is about an old Santa who was convinced by his doctor that people don’t believe in Santa anymore so he decides to take holiday instead of delivering Christmas gifts. Jingle Jangle and Mrs. Claus are three other characters in the movie that tried making it up to Santa Claus by telling him that people still believe in him and expect him to show up with gifts.

If you have kids at your home then you must put this movie on your watch list. Enjoy it with them and show them how your childhood was filled with iconic masterpieces like this movie too.

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

Make your Christmas even more magical by sprinkling some memories of Hogwarts with this movie. No holiday season was completed without watching at least one movie from the Harry Potter series. So this is our pick for you to watch this holiday season. 

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone was released on 4th November 2001 and is a fantasy-based film. The story follows Harry’s freshman year at Hogwarts where he discovers that he’s a famous wizard and thus he begins his wizarding education.

How the Grinch Stole Christmas

This fantasy and comedy-based movie about Max and Grinch on a mission to ruin Christmas for the jolly citizens of Whoville remains our favorite from childhood. We are so ready to re-watch this movie now and a thousand times over where the bitter grumpy Grinch starts to like the holiday season as he falls for a beautiful girl.

From an amazing storyline to introducing iconic characters this movie has won millions of hearts over the years and Jim Carrey as Grinch simply stole the show with his outstanding performance.

The Nightmare Before Christmas

This Tim Burton poem-based film is a perfect animated blend of horror and musical dark fantasy. The Nightmare Before Christmas, directed by Henry Selick is about the King of Halloween Town, Jack Skellington, who got bored of Halloween Town and stumbled upon Christmas Town and became obsessed with the celebrations. 

He later went back to his dark gloomy town and tries to convince the resident goblins, ghouls, and bats to put on Christmas instead of Halloween but they quite don’t get the whole idea of cheerful celebrations making it a perfect mess to watch.

Wrapping it up

We made it easier for you by picking up the top Christmas movies you can enjoy with your family and relive your childhood. More than us, TV providers like Spectrum have made it convenient for us to pick titles of our own choice that we can enjoy during this holiday season and make it worth a while. With the variety of channels they offer, it’s never a dull moment for anyone while watching TV.

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