Because Christmas isn’t Christmas without watching The Tree Has All the Balls. Via Manchester-based illustrator James Chapman.
Can’t decide what movie to watch to get into the ~holiday spirit~? Your favorite celebrities have a few ideas for you.
Can you guess which terrible movie plot is real? Please don’t steal any of the fake ones, Hallmark Channel, Lifetime or ABC Family.
OK, so they may not all be classics, but they are the films that help get us into the holiday spirit.
From Dirty Harry to Indiana Jones, Jurassic Park to The Matrix, and Alfred Hitchcock to Bill Murray, there are a myriad of different ways to stuff yourself with movies this holiday.
Bust out the the turtlenecks!
How soon is too soon to hear those sleigh bells ringaling?
There are a lot of options if you’re going to the movies on Dec. 25 (with Chinese food in tow) or if you plan on heading to the theater later on this weekend. So, consider this guide our gift to you.
At age 12, he was the precocious lead in what is now one of the most beloved holiday movies of all time and could have wound up another doomed child star. Instead, 30 years later, he’s quietly reinvented himself as a steady and successful Hollywood player.
Well, kinda. These people are REALLY unlucky.
They’re so bad and yet so good. Whether it’s on the Hallmark Channel, ABC Family, or Lifetime, every TV Christmas movie has to have at least three of the following key elements.
Gawd bless us, every-WAH-HAAHH-HAAHHHH.
How does one grow into a healthy adult male on a diet of syrup and candy corn?
Miss Piggy jumping Kermit’s lines: classic.
This list of made-for-TV and straight-to-DVD Christmas flicks is a goldmine.
What’s up with the pink bunny costume?
Ain’t no Christmas like a 1990’s Christmas
Plus the most cringe-worthy metaphors from R. Kelly’s new album, 5 books to buy for booze lovers, and a cute obituary for the ugliest dog ever.
Tis the season to hibernate and watch holiday films.
This is why we can’t have nice things.
It should be called Love Actually…NOT. In honor of the 10th anniversary of the movie’s release on Nov. 14, 2003, let’s remember all the times the best rom-com of our generation got it all wrong.
It’s been 20 years since we all hailed to the pumpkin king.
Now this is holiday spirit.
In the late ’90s, there were two films called Jack Frost: One was a family-friendly fantasy, and the other was straight-to-video horror. Both featured talking snowmen. Can you identify which Jack Frost said the following quotes?
In the spirit of all your favorite Christmas action movies, meet GunDog: part dog, part gun, all cop.
“It’s a Wonderful Life is a terrifying, asphyxiating story about growing up and relinquishing your dreams,” according to one of the most-emailed stories on the NY Times site today.