The holiday days are almost upon us, which means it is the exact time to put out depression and stress into a box. After that, let’s just kick back to the Christmas movies to watch them this holiday. Including Home Alone and many other films are listed below and waiting for you eagerly to check them at least twice. So, all the girls and guys out there we are going to present the best Christmas movies of all time to watch.
Christmas mostly gets around the corner to represent different stuff to people around the past few years. Also, nowadays Christmas movies play a big role at this moment. If right now you’re feeling a little traditional, you must be thinking about what we are going to put on our Best Christmas Movies of All Time list, right? Well, for that you have to hold yourself for a little more.
The list is going to include horror, funny, horror and funny, and even some superhero stuff, too. Do you know what the best part is? Maybe the die-hard kind of stuff is going to join us below. So enjoy!
Note: All movies, shows, and series are not only available on Netflix, we have gathered the films around many sites.
Home Alone (1990) (available on Disney+)
Nostalgia and holidays know how to wrap up our emotions, in a very deep way. Especially, when it comes to those movies and shows that won our hearts back when we were younger. That’s the reason why it’s impossible to complete our list without adding Home Alone — the John Hughes–scripted, Chris Columbus. One of the best Christmas movies of all time to watch. The story revolves around a boy (kid) who was unexpectedly left home alone when his parents and other family relatives fly to Paris. Now at this point, we have a question, have you watched it yet? Like, in your childhood or when you’re grown up? If the answer is no, then what have you done in your life till now? Go and add this to your Christmas movies list, right now.
The Great Rupert (1950) (available on Amazon Prime Video)
A true Christmas show, also another one of the best Christmas movies of all time to watch, The Great Rupert. The one and only Christmas film that is featuring Jimmy Durante as an unlucky vaudevillian. In this film, Jimmy (the main character) was forced to take a different part from his pet friend (a squirrel) only because the Christmas season was around the corner. The film is going to be one of the heartbreaking moments of your life when they are being separated. But, the movie turns out to have a happy ending in which Jimmy gets his pet friend back, the poor become rich, and the rich learn the lesson of his life. The plot was really large, of course, Jimmy is also fun and so is Rupert. The Great Rupert has become one of our favorites, and we will also suggest having a look at this one, too.
Krampus (2015) (available to rent on Amazon)
Christmas horror movies have their buzz every time, especially Krampus. Krampus is our first name on the best Christmas movies of all time (horror). Are you planning your holidays as some kind of scary and ugly business? this one is surely just for you. This best 2015 horror film doesn’t always keep the balance of scary to laugh so well, but the story is excellent. In this film, we will see that a family has been visited by an anti-Santa kind of stuff that is here to punish the naughty family. Yes, this is one of our funny and horror movies. The cast probably did their best (Toni Collette, Adam Scott, Allison Tolman, David Koechner). Also, the most noticeable thing was those inventive monster designs.
Christmas Evil (a.k.a. You Better Watch Out and Terror in Toyland) (1980) (available on Showtime)
If the Krampus isn’t enough try pit Christmas evil. It’s another horror film on our best Christmas movies of the all-time list. Check out this naturally twisted story which is about a toy factory employee who gets involved in a serious monster-killing case.
The Bishop’s Wife (1947) (available on Amazon Prime Video)
As Christmas approaches, we got something fantastically filmed only for you. The bishop’s wife is a complete set of amazement if you’re trying to find a true one. Believe us, it’s going to stay in your heart for the rest of your life.