Bren Lee
December 25, 2015 1:43 pm

With any luck, you’re going to have some extra time on your hands during Christmas. Most of us might be using this as an excuse to see Star Wars: the Force Awakens for the second or third time, but if it’s too cold to leave the house, or the theater is closed and/or full, we have a suggestions for you: binge-watching. That’s right, ’tis the season to catch up with Netflix.

However, we’re not talking regular binge-watching. If you’re like us, you’re already all caught up with your faves, like House of Cards and Orange is the New Black. Use this opportunity to catch up with some holiday classics, especially those you’ve never seen.

Netflix has released 36 seasonally-themed movies, so if you do ever actually get tired of watching Elf, Netflix has you covered. You can even make it a family affair — plenty of these movies are both kid- and grandma-friendly. Here’s the full list of offerings:

“12 Dates of Christmas”
“A Christmas Carol”
“A Christmas Wedding”
“A Country Christmas”

“A Holiday Engagement
“All American Christmas Carol”
“All I Want for Christmas”

“An Evergreen Christmas”
“Bad Santa”

“Christmas Angel”
“Christmas Bounty”
“Christmas Crush”
“Christmas Town”
“Christmas with the Kranks”
“Coming Home for Christmas”

“Dear Santa”
“Ernest Saves Christmas”
“Get Santa”
“Happy Christmas”
“Holidaze”
“I’ll Be Home for Christmas”
“Journey to the Christmas Star”
“Love Actually”

“Pete’s Christmas”
“Small Town Santa”
“Switchmas”
“The Christmas Card”
“The Fitzgerald Family Christmas”
“The Mistle-tones!”
“The Nightmare Before Christmas”

“The Radio City Christmas Spectacular”
“Trading Places”
“What She Wants for Christmas”
“While You Were Sleeping”
“White Christmas”

(Images via Lifetime, Paramount Pictures, Dimension Films, NGN, Universal Pictures, Touchstone Pictures, Paramount Pictures)

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