Christmas on Netflix
The winter is definitely drawing in at the moment with a sudden sharp chill in the air and dull light in the afternoons. It feels like the perfect excuse for early nights snuggled up in front of the telly with a good film or programme on. It’s certainly the time of year that I confess I am grateful for a range of viewing options. So in anticipation of getting some rest as we draw towards the end of the school term and enter the holiday season, I’ve taken a look through Netflix and along with recommendations from fellow bloggers I have come up with a Christmas watch list:
The Christmas Chronicles
New for 2018, I think this might just be my new favourite Christmas film!
The Christmas Inheritance
Feel good, watchable romantic comedy. Pretty predictable but fun.
I haven’t seen this yet but watching the trailer I hope that the boys might enjoy it.
The Holiday Calendar
Very predictable but another easy one to watch. The sort of film that’s fun to have on whilst you’re wrapping gifts!
Bob’s Broken Sleigh
Another one that I haven’t seen yet but I hope that the boys might like. It’s short at 46 minutes too, so perfect for after school this week or squeezing in some rest time between festivities.
Over to my fellow bloggers:
Katie – The Perfect Juggler suggests Arthur Christmas; A Christmas Prince; and A Christmas Prince The Royal Wedding.
Briony – Any Way To Stay recommends The Dreamworks Christmas Specials.
Emma – Emma Lord Photography mentions The Princess Switch and Love The Coopers.
Geraldine – It’s Me & Ethan has given Angela’s Christmas a thumbs up, along with the Madagascar Christmas special and Super Monsters Christmas Special.
Abi – Something About Baby enjoys catching up on the classics like The Holiday and Love, Actually.
Fariba – Mixed Race Family suggests Deck The Halls.
Nicky – Shift Working Mum adds Father Christmas; The Snowman; and The Snowman and the Snowdog.
Victoria – Lylia Rose says the Nativity plays are currently on Netflix. (I’ve heard great things about these but never seen them!).
Sarah – Boo Roo and Tigger Too mentions The Man Who Invented Christmas.
Thank you to everyone who contributed to my Christmas Netflix watch list!
What would you add? Be sure to let me know in the comments below.