Christmas is that one time of year when lounging on the couch watching movies is seen as a festive tradition, rather than just a lazy Sunday evening.
Prepare to cuddle and get snug on the sofa by the warm crackle of the fire, as you settle in for some cheerful and bright entertainment.
If you’re looking to slip away from the classics this year, this is our list of the newest Christmas movies coming your way this winter!
Christmas With You – Netflix
In this Christmas romance, a pop star escapes her busy life to get in touch with a fan in a small town. She finds even more than she was looking for when she gets new inspiration for her career and a chance for true love.
Falling for Christmas – Netflix
Lindsay Lohan stars in this Christmas romcom where a rich heiress gets into a skiing accident, resulting in amnesia. Watch as she learns to stand on her own two feet, and falls in love.
The Santa Clauses – Disney +
Inspired by The Santa Clauses movies, this series tells the story of what happens when Santa wants to retire. Watch the chaos unfold as Santa settles into a suburban life, and a new Santa takes up the mantle.
Spirited – Apple TV and cinemas
A musical version of Charles Dickens’ story of a miserly misanthrope who goes on a magical journey. Starring Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell
Christmas On Mistletoe Farm – Netflix
Watch as a family inherit a farm at Christmas time, and adjusts to life in a small village.
The Hip Hop Nutcracker – Disney +
Watch as Maria-Clara embarks on a holiday adventure to bring her parents back together, and she finds help along the way from a magical toymaker.
The Noel Diary – Netflix
An author finds a diary that unlocks secrets of his past when he inherits his mother’s house at Christmas.
Scrooge: A Christmas Carol – Netflix
Another rendition of a Christmas classic, this is an animated musical version of Scrooge: A Christmas Carol.
Violent Night – In cinemas
In an unexpected turn of events, Santa Clause protects a family from a group of intruders who take them hostage on Christmas eve.
Words by Rebekah O’Reilly