Tis the season to watch telly… We watch them year after year and we’ve all got our faves! Check out our top 10 films to get you in the holiday spirit.


1.Love Actually

Featuring ten intersecting love stories, some serious dad dancing and the most romantic Christmas scene of all time, this seasonal chick-flick is a total heart warmer. Love really is all around!



2. The Holiday

Nothing says Christmas better than a hot British guy to swoon over and a quaint, snowy cottage. Boasting an all-star cast, this festive classic is enough to get us all packing our bags and heading for the countryside.


3. Bridget Jones’s Diary

Featuring the most iconic Christmas jumper scene of all time, this British rom-com is a Christmas Eve must-see.


4. Mean Girls

Ok, so we may be breaking the rules with this one, but these gals slay – excuse the pun! Don’t pretend you don’t know the moves…


5. Elf

A true holiday staple, we just can’t get enough of Will Ferrell’s antics, as a human raised as an elf finally meets his real-life dad at Christmas time.


6. The Night Before

Old habits die hard as 3 bros vow just one more year of their traditional Christmas night out and their search for the Nutcracker Ball.


7. How the Grinch Stole Christmas

This Dr. Seuss classic is the perfect movie for the bah-humbug scrooges among us, as we follow a grouchy green baddie in his discovery of love at Christmas time.


8. Home Alone

Accidentally left home alone as his folks head off on vacay, Kevin McCallister’s Christmas wish to have no family comes true. Watch bratty 8-year old become man of the house and fend off burgulars in this festive classic.


9. Bad Santa

Who doesn’t love a holiday con? Follow an alcoholic and extremely bad Santa as a quest to rip off shopping outlets on Christmas Eve results in the discovery of some much-needed Christmas spirit!


10. Die Hard

This one’s for bae, and although still contested as to whether or not Die Hard is in fact a Christmas movie, we love it all the same. Watch Bruce Willis prove that he’s the king of the screen, even at Christmas…