It’s been synonymous with Christmas for years, but how much do you really know about Raymond Briggs’ timeless animation, ‘The Snowman’?
If you're getting ready for your annual viewing of Christmas classic Home Alone, you should totally double-bill it with one of this lot...
Celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, Home Alone 2 is one of the best examples of a well-worn sequel trope.
With so many Christmas movies on offer, it's important to know which streaming service has the best selection.
Forget candy canes and festive cheer — this selection of alternative Christmas films and specials celebrate those on the naughty list more than the folks who have been nice all year.
From Elf and Love Actually to the darkness of Rare Exports and the brand new Violent Night, which modern Christmas classics made the cut?
There’s only so many times you can watch Home Alone before you start sympathising with the McCallisters for ditching Kevin.
Leguizamo has swapped Encanto's Bruno for a brutal mercenary who hates Christmas in Violent Night. Quite the heel turn.
Billie Piper is back with more I Hate Suzie for Christmas, while a trio of comedians explore the science behind Home Alone. Also, Batman.
John Krasinski returns to play Tom Clancy's action hero, alongside a huge array of Christmas movies.
The star of Stranger Things focused more on swinging sledgehammers than learning how to convincingly ride a sleigh.
The surprise star of Marvel's very meta "The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special" reveals what it was like to be name-checked in the MCU and then actually joining it in the flesh.
Spencer and Ferrell get the chance to duet in the new Apple TV+ festive musical.
Sylvester Stallone leads a crime thriller series, ratings juggernaut 'Yellowstone' returns and there's a tonne of movies to get you in the Christmas spirit early.
Michael Sheen is no stranger to the make-up chair, and 'Last Train to Christmas' sees him try out a selection of different looks.
Keira Knightley has done a Christmas movie, and an apocalypse movie, but never a Christmas apocalypse movie.
"Hawkeye" executive producer Trinh Tran and stars Jeremy Renner, Hailee Steinfeld, Vera Farmiga and Tony Dalton talk new Disney+ series.
He has worked with Sacha Baron Cohen in disguise, but rebooting 'Home Alone' is just as scary.