It’s the most wonderful time of year! Not only does it seems like everywhere you go there are lights and holiday cheer, but there are so many holiday movies to watch! From Netflix to Hallmark, we’re hooking you up with the best of what’s new this holiday season. These movies you absolutely can’t miss! Watch the trailers and you’ll be as convinced as we are!
Love Hard (Netflix)
Release Date: November 5th
Nina Dobrev in a Christmas movie?! This is what dreams are made of. Ever since first seeing the trailer we’ve been eagerly awaiting the release of this film and we can confirm, it lives up to all the hype! It’s a favorite from the season so far for us!
The Princess Switch 3: Romancing The Star (Netflix)
Release Date: November 18th
Okay, we’ll admit it, we are overly invested in the PSCU (Princess Switch Cinematic Universe). It’s beyond impressive that Vanessa Hudgens is able to memorize three storylines, honestly, most of the movie script belongs to her! We stan!
Christmas on The Square (Netflix)
Release Date: November 22nd, 2020
We’ll put it simply, how can you go wrong with Christmas movies and Dolly Parton? You can’t! This film feels like coming home for Christmas, just pure warmth. Somehow, Dolly Parton feels like that aunt who makes all holidays better.
A Boy Called Christmas (Netflix)
Release Date: November 26th
Maggie Smith is in this movie, she’s been bringing magic into our homes for decades, so of course, this movie continues that tradition. The entire cast is beyond stellar and the storyline is a straight shot for a classic Christmas tale, it is destined to be incredible.
Home Sweet Home Alone (Disney+)
Release Date: November 12th
Nostalgia is one of the greatest human weaknesses, it is no wonder why we’ve eaten this movie up so much! It’s always risky doing a movie that feels like a remake, rather than a sequel, but it’s paid off here! Plus, come on, Ellie Kemper is in it!
Release Date: December 3rd
A Disney Channel original movie?! Count us in! It’s always wonderful to have options for the young ones in our lives to watch and enjoy, with themes that make sense to them. And as always, Disney+ is coming through!
The Jenkins Family Christmas (BET+)
Release Date: September 10th
You have every element you could want out of a Christmas movie with The Jenkins Family Christmas! There is so much heart, warmth, laughs, tears and drama. What more could you possibly ask for? And this cast is beyond stellar!
The Christmas House 2: Deck Those Halls (Hallmark)
Release Date: December 18th
The Christmas House marks a first for Hallmark, it features an LGBTQ+ couple! And a childhood favorite of all of ours, Jonathan Bennett steals the screen! We can confirm, he still looks sexy with his hair pushed back.
You, Me, & The Christmas Trees (Hallmark)
Release Date: October 22nd
We are absolute suckers for Hallmark movies, and we’re not sorry about it! Movies like You, Me, & The Christmas Trees make us feel so warm. From the genius of Danica McKellar to this adorable little town we are longing to live in, it’s a slam dunk.
Christmas in my Heart (Hallmark)
Release Date: October 23rd
There’s a predictability to Hallmark movies, but not in a bad way! Within the first five minutes, you can usually see where the movie is going, but that provides a comfort we need around the holidays. Luke Macfarlane is a dreamboat in this movie. Perhaps we’ve fallen in love!
The Santa Stakeout (Hallmark)
Release Date: October 24th
If Tamera Mowry-Housley is in it, we’re watching it! That’s been a golden rule since the Sister-Sister days! This movie is full of twists, turns and so much hot chocolate! It’s guaranteed that you’ll leave The Santa Stakeout in a good mood.
Coyote Creek Christmas (Hallmark)
Release Date: October 30th
Okay, we’ve loved all the Hallmark movies that have come out this year so far, but perhaps Coyote Creek Christmas is our favorite! Not that we had any doubt before, but there isn’t a role Janel Parrish can’t body. From Mona to this Hallmark lead.
8-Bit Christmas (HBO Max)
Release Date: November 24th
Neil Patrick Harris, as always, comes alive on-screen. 8-Bit Christmas is fun for the entire family, we’re sure this will become a holiday staple for so many homes! Just watch the trailer, you’ll be convinced!
Boxing Day (Theaters)
Release Date: December 2nd
Run, don’t walk, to the theaters to see our girl Leigh-Anne Pinnock from Little Mix in this film! Just after watching the trailer, we are truly convinced there’s nothing she can’t do!
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