What Christmas film should you watch this year
Everyone’s feeling stuffed and sleepy after eating a turkey dinner and more pigs in blankets than was probably sensible. You’ve pulled all the crackers. You’ve opened all the presents. And you’ve (almost) finished a game of Monopoly without any arguments. Now all that’s left to do as part of your family Christmas Day celebrations is settle down in front of the TV together with a big tub of chocolates and watch a Christmas movie.
You’ll find loads to choose from on Sky, Netflix and Amazon Prime right now. Push “play” on family hits like The Polar Express, Elf and The Grinch Who Stole Christmas. Indulge in feel-good classics like The Holiday and Love Actually. Or sing along to musicals such as The Muppet Christmas Carol.
In fact, with so many Christmas films to choose from this year, your only problem is going to be deciding what one you all want to watch. And luckily for you, we’ve already got the solution to that problem.
We’ve joined forces with the guys from the online casino bgo.com to devise a Christmas Film Quiz.
It’s simple. You answer the 10 quiz questions (it only takes a minute or two) and we tell you what Christmas film you should watch this Christmas Day. You can easily take the quiz right now by scrolling below.
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Have fun and we wish you and all your family a very merry Christmas!
Garon Cockrell is the Founder and Editor of Pop Culture Beast and host of The Pop Culture Beast Show. He founded the site over seven years ago to have a place on the internet to write about the things he loved. Since then, Garon has become a best-selling author (Demonic and Other Tales), an award winning screenwriter (Best Screenplay 2013 Motor City Nightmares Film Festival), and a cast member on the top rated podcast, Never Not Funny.