We’re officially in Christmas mode at eve HQ and what better way to kick off the festivities than with a Christmas film countdown. You heard that right, think of an advent calendar but with unlimited treats and you can cosy up (on your eve mattress!) whilst you watch. We’ve put together the perfect list (if we do say so ourselves) so that all you have to do is decide what snack to have and get watching.
December 1st: Arthur Christmas
Whilst this is a newbie in the Christmas film world, it’s fast becoming a favourite. Especially if the kids are getting involved too!
December 2nd: Polar Express
Does this need any introduction? Snuggle up with a hot chocolate and you’ll have all the festive feels.
December 3rd: Love Actually
The ultimate Christmas rom-com. Prepare yourself to laugh, cry and everything in between while enjoying this festive film with a warm mug of cocoa.
December 4th: Home Alone 1
If you’re taking part in elf on the shelf, this Christmas film is sure to give you some inspo on all things mischief!
December 5th: Christmas Chronicles
Again, another recent addition to the Christmas classics. This film follows a sister and brother whose Christmas eve plan to catch Santa in the act goes slightly wrong. We guarantee it will make you smile and laugh!
December 6th: Miracle on 34th Street
THE Christmas classic that everyone loves. Nothing is more magical than the miracle of Santa Claus being in the real world.
December 7th: Christmas with the Kranks
Skipping Christmas and jetting off on a sunny break sounds great until everything starts to go wrong. Countdown to Christmas with some comedy.
December 8th: Last Christmas
If you love the song ‘Last Christmas’ and all things George Michael, this one’s for you.
December 9th: Deck The Halls
We know all too well the competition of who can have the best (and brightest!) Christmas lights on the street and this comedy takes the competition to a whole new level.
December 10th: Jingle All The Way
What do you do when your child asks for the toy that’s sold out everywhere? Jingle all the way follows a dad who show’s you what not to do when hunting for Christmas presents.
December 11th: The Grinch
Get in the Christmas spirit with the, the, the… The Grinch. You might even get some fresh inspiration for your Elf on the Shelf's Advent antics with this Christmas movie too.
December 12th: The Holiday
Who doesn’t dream of a Christmas just like the holiday? Cosy up in front of the fire and watch the ultimate Christmas rom-com (wine optional!).
December 13th: Home Alone 2
If New York isn’t already on your list, it will be after watching home alone 2. The cruel criminals are back and this time they’re causing chaos in the big apple.
December 14th: Christmas Chronicles 2
Liked the first one? We’ve got some good news for you. This Christmas movie has a magical sequel.
December 15th: Holidate
If you’re single at Christmas, you’ll know all too well about the constant questions from family members but there might be a solution.
December 16th: Spirited
A modern day, musical version of the Charles Dickens story. Ryan Reynolds plays a miserable misanthrope who is taken on a magical journey.
December 17th: Bad Santa
A Santa who doesn’t care if you’re naughty or nice? Sounds fishy to us.
December 18th: Home Alone 3
Is it really Christmas if you don’t watch ALL the home alone films? Sadly, we say goodbye to Kevin for this sequel. But it’s still packed full of mischief.
December 19th: Christmas With The Coopers
A family of misfits who all come together at Christmas but fail to be honest with each other about their lives. What could go wrong?
December 20th: Four Christmasses
When a plan to go abroad for Christmas falls apart. One couple ends up with four family homes to visit, all in one day.
December 21st: The Santa Clause
Whilst encouraging his son to believe in Santa, Scott signs up to a lifetime clause to become the big man himself… forever.
December 22nd: National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
We guarantee ‘yule crack up’ when this family's plans for a big Christmas go horribly wrong.
December 23rd: A Christmas Carol
The story that brought the title ‘Scrooge’ to life. An elderly man who despises Christmas (and everything else!) and how he was taught some serious lessons when three spirits visit him.
December 24th: Elf
A family Christmas classic, what better way to finish off your countdown than with everyone’s favourite elf, Buddy.
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