Give the gift of cinematic adventure this Christmas, but not in the dead giveaway DVD case.
This informative film guide will highlight the best (and worst) movies of the Yuletide season.
For both the hardcore and the casual movie goers in your life, this book will steer their rental
queue in the right direction.
I bring you “Have Yourself a Movie Little Christmas” by Film critic Alonso Duralde.
This book makes the perfect stocking stuffer, filled with information they (or you) turn to every Christmas season.
Have Yourself a Movie Little Christmas’ Chapters include:
- With the Kids Jingle-Belling: Christmas Movies for Kids.
- ‘This chapter features some entertaining movies for kids that won’t drive their parents up the wall.’
- Nestled All Snug in Their Beds: Christmas Movies for Grown Ups.
- ‘This chapter features some great movies for mature audiences. From dark comedies to intense dramas, there’s no shortage of compelling films you’ll want to catch after the children have gone to sleep.’
- Like a Bowlful of Jelly: Christmas Comedies.
- ‘Aren’t some of your favorite Christmas memories the funny ones?’
- A Blue, Blue, Blue Christmas: Holiday Tearjerkers.
- ‘There’s something satisfying about the emotional release that a great tearjerker can provide over the holidays. So keep your holiday handkerchiefs at hand while watching these wonderful weepies.’
- Putting the Heist Back in Christmas: Crime and Action Extravaganzas.
- ‘All of these are a reminder that the definition of “Christmas movie” isn’t limited to sentimental stories about kids and puppies and Santa Claus.’
- There’ll Be Scary Ghost Stories: Holiday Horror.
- ‘Every other holiday on the calendar – from Halloween to Valentine’s Day to April Fools’ Day – has becomd fodder for masked killers, so why should Christmas be exempt?’
- Scrooge-a-Palooza: ‘A Christmas Carol’ on Film.
- ‘This is perhaps the ultimate tale of redemption, which is what makes it such a perfect Christmas time story.’
- The Worst Christmas (Movies) Ever: Lumps of Coal in Your Cinema Stocking.
- Christmas movies so bad that they are good. ‘The movies in this chapter are cinematic gifts so terrible that you won’t be able to bring yourself to return them.’
- Just Like the Ones I Used to Know: Christmas Classics.
- ‘The classics, the untouchables, the granddaddies of all Christmas movies.’
With everything from fun facts, to obscure trivia, this book will keep you coming back for more.
Definitely a great addition to your (or someone else’s) holiday collection.
This product was provided to me free of charge in exchange for an unbiased and honest review. This review is in compliance with FTC guidelines.