Shelf Pick: A jaded travel writer meets a dashing doctor and learns the true meaning of Christmas in Meeting Mr. Christmas.
Violent Night is an exuberantly bloody action-comedy that wants to be in your Christmas rotational viewing.
To celebrate the release of Violent Night, That Shelf wants to send you and a friend to see it before anyone else in either Toronto or Montreal. Enter now!
Joe Duca’s Evergreen follows a young couple whose relationship gets tested when their Christmas getaway forces them to confront their deepest beliefs.
Disney+’s new holiday movie Godmothered stars Jillian Bell as a fairy godmother-in-training who winds up in over her head.
Every year for nearly a decade it has felt like we are approaching the limit of Holiday cheer saturation. But then, just as the calendar turns a corner from October to November, we can see on the horizon that there are still some untread corners of humanity left to douse in merriment and spiced wine. […]
A movie genre only truly arrives when it receives the full spoof treatment. The Hallmark Holiday movie finally gets its answer to Scary Movie and The Naked Gun to with Cup of Cheer.
On this week's episode we're listening to Michael Kamen's score for Die Hard and discussing one of the world's most serious and divisive ongoing debates: "is Die Hard a Christmas movie?"
On this very Christmas episode of Black Hole Films, Patrick Haggarty joins Jeremy for the original MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET and are both believers by the end.
This week we get into the Christmas spirit by breaking down Arnold Schwarzenegger's costly and unlawful path of destruction in Jingle All The Way, while listening to David Newman's score for the film.
Read this article to find out which movies you should go out to buy or rent in preparation for Christmas.