FOR most, December is all about getting in the right spirit for Christmas, and seriously, the online streaming service has a whole bunch of festive flicks this year – here’s all you need to know.
What Christmas movies will be available on Amazon Prime this year?
If you have already soared through your DVDs at home and want to access more Christmas movies, Amazon is here to help out.
So, get your popcorn ready and find your comfy spot on the sofa because we have a long list of movies you will want to watch.
Here are some all-time favourite modern Christmas movies.
- Nativity 3, Dude Where’s My Monkey?!
- The Holiday
- Four Christmases
- Bad Moms: A Bad Moms Christmas
- Office Christmas Party
- Bridget Jones’ Diary
- Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason
- New Year’s Eve
- Bad Santa 2
If you have been looking for some animated films for the family, here are your choices.
- Pete the Cat: A Very Groovy Christmas
- All I Want for Christmas Is You
- Christmas Story Time: The Nutcracker
- A Christmas Carol
- RiffTrax: I Believe in Santa Claus
- Story of the Christmas Toys as told by Mel Torme
- Christmas in New York
- If You Give A Mouse A Christmas Cookie
- Christmas Cartoons
- The Night Before Christmas
- The Christmas Elves
- A Snow White Christmas
- Night Before Christmas
Not in the mood for animation, but still want a family-friendly film to watch. How about these?
- Ferdie the Elf
- Summertime Christmas
- Christmas Child
- Headed South for Christmas
- Operation Christmas List
- A Christmas Story Documentary: Road Trip for Ralphie
- Toy Train Christmas Memories
- Beverly Hills Christmas
- A Lionel Christmas 2
- 12 Dogs of Christmas 2
- Snow Day
If you are a sucker for classic movies, here are some old school favourites.
- Abbott & Costello Christmas Show (In Colour)
- March of the Wooden Soldiers (In Colour)
- Scrooge (In Colour)
- Beyond Christmas (In Colour)
- A Norman Rockwell Christmas Story
- Bob Hope Christmas Special
- An Old-Fashioned Christmas
- The Gift of Love: A Christmas Story
- A Christmas Story
- Just in Time for Christmas
- The Christmas Stallion
- Unlikely Angel
- Jack Frost
And if all of those weren’t enough, here are some more titles you can watch on Amazon.
- Home for Christmas
- A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas
- The Nutcracker
- Christmas in Wonderland
- Santa & Me
- I’ll Be Homeless for Christmas
- Christmas Do-Over
- Getting to the Nutcracker
- A Christmas Carol
- A Heartland Christmas Special
- Acquisitions Incorporated: The Holiday Special
- A Christmas Dragon
- Christmas with Mantovani and His Orchestra TV Special
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