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The holiday season is upon us once again and in between trampling single moms at the mall to get the last Turbo Man figure in stock and hearing the same Michael Buble album on repeat until your ears bleed, you’ll likely be spending some time with friends and family. But what do you do after you’ve stuffed your faces and exhausted your supply of small talk for the year? Well, you could pop in a Christmas movie!
Today on The Dan Cave, I’m running down 13 of the greatest Christmas films ever made in order to help make this one of the holliest, jolliest holidays you’ve had in quite some time. While some classics like It’s a Wonderful Life didn’t make the cut — sorry, Frank Capra — many of them are a little bit left field, so hopefully you’ll be able to spice up your traditional Christmastime queue with some new favorites and old, albeit forgotten, favorites.
Want even more The Dan Cave? Check out last week’s episode in which I offer up a hearty helping of snark with a list of 9 things to hatewatch.
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