Forget Love Actually and The Muppet’s Christmas Carol, our list of Top 10 Films to see at Christmas 2011 is (mostly) full of serial killers, AIDs activists and sci-fi romances, with the occassional uplifting Christmas animation thrown in for good measure. Here is the definitive list of what to watch this festive season.
We’ve melted our brains watching some of the oddest Christmas films ever committed to celluloid; the least you can do is read our opinions. This blog is suitable for fans of squirrels, kidnapping, teleportation, Martians, amnesia, S Club 7, rent arrears, curling, balloons and rape.
To celebrate the imminent release of Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale, the one and only Santa came to town! Prepare to take back everything you thought you knew about our favourite festive figure…..
With a miserly lack of Christmas movies this year, there could be a less scroogesome approach to the films of Christmas Future. That is, if Billy Bob Thornton’s recent claims he wants to make a sequel to Bad Santa are anything to go by…
Arthur Christmas, released next December by Aardman Animations, is going to be the best Christmas film ever. Just so you know.
In this week’s Face/Off, we turn our attention to Christmas films. Classic feelgood fare or cynical attempt to convert a religious holiday into sweet sweet cash? Our dedicated team of writers take up the stance: optimism vs. pessimism, festive joy vs. humbuggery, Santa vs… well, Satan, we guess.