There's a wide variety of classic and new movies perfect for the holiday season on Netflix, Disney+, Hulu, HBOMax and Amazon.
With Irish Rep's latest entry "Meet Me in St. Louis: A Holiday Special in Song and on Screen," the company adds a musical to its résumé, and it is a pleasure.
Be it a family classic that airs during the holidays or something a little bit more offbeat, there are plenty of movies that are still Christmas-related if you get tired of "Home Alone" or "Elf."
Christmas has seen thousands of festive movies get released, but surprisingly few of them have been huge box office draws. Here's which holiday films brought the most people to cinemas.
Christmas 2020 is covered by Netflix, who have a mixture of holiday classics and newer holiday gems for you to watch in December.
Christmas 2020 sees the major streamers like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon and Disney+ release new holiday movies, new festive specials as well as some old classics.
"The Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby" is released very soon on Netflix, with Queen Amber and King Richard coming back to give fans that festive feeling.
Disney+ features Christmas classics like "The Nightmare Before Christmas" and "The Muppet Christmas Carol" alongside some movies that could become your new festive favourites.
You could watch Christmas movies every hour of every day through the holiday.
You could watch Christmas movies straight through from now till December 25. But take a break for sleeping, okay?
You could watch Christmas movies straight through the four-day weekend, if you really, really wanted to.
From conveniently idiotic to horrifyingly awful, prepare for the onslaught of new terrible holiday movies by reliving old ones.