The best way to spread Christmas glee is to take this quiz for all to see.
Oh, the weather outside is frightful…which is probably why there are so many amazing festive films.
He’s on the naughty list!
But first, let me take an elfie.
Here’s every Christmas film and television show you should be watching. You’ll be happy to hear that this guide doesn’t include Mrs Brown’s Boys.
The most important quiz you’ll take this holiday season.
“Not now, Arctic Puffin!”
Happy holidays? No such thing.
OK, so they may not all be classics, but they are the films that help get us into the holiday spirit.
Watching Elf used to be a Christmas tradition. Now, not watching Elf on free-to-air TV is a Christmas tradition.
You can get a bit excited, but you can’t get too excited just yet.
Apart from “Doctor Who” and “Sherlock”, what are the programmes that you have to see this Christmas? And when are they on?
“First of all, it looks like he has a terrible secret.”
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.
The popular Christmas film, as told by status updates.
Gawd bless us, every-WAH-HAAHH-HAAHHHH.
How does one grow into a healthy adult male on a diet of syrup and candy corn?
Either your professor sits on a throne of lies, or you’re a cotton-headed ninny-muggins. Or both.
Tis the season to hibernate and watch holiday films.
Sky Movies have acquired the rights to the festive favourite.
Elf IS 10 YEARS OLD TODAY! Let’s celebrate with some fun facts! YEAH!
The Elves are fed up! They’re over worked, under paid, and get no recognition! This year they took it to the man(s) himself at Santa Con NYC, 2010. We want Elf care! We want Elf care!
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