6 Christmas Movies to Watch On Netflix

From meet-cutes under the mistletoe to family festivities, Christmas movies celebrate the best elements of the holidays—and offer a sure-fire way to get into the spirit of the season. You probably already turn to Netflix to watch the best shows on Netflix right now and keep up with new Netflix Originals, but the streaming service is also a great spot to find holiday favourites. Now, thanks to streaming service, getting a dose of seasonal cheer is easier than ever also enjoying eSports is more fun than ever with the help of Betway Sports. And with this handy list of the most festive films on Netflix, there’s no need to spend hours searching for the perfect flick. Cuddle up, and enjoy.

How the Grinch Stole Christmas

This revamped version of the classic story follows the relationship between the holiday-loving town of Whoville and a recluse Grinch. When the Grinch decides he’s finally had enough of all the holiday cheer, he sets off on an adventure to stop Christmas from coming. Instead, he crosses paths with a little girl named Cindy Lou Who, who teaches him the true spirit of the season.

Christmas Inheritance

A heart-warming love story unfolds as heiress Ellen Langford is sent incognito to her father’s small hometown to deliver a traditional Christmas letter to his business partner. Make sure to grab someone you love and cuddle up for a story that will melt away all of your cynical tendencies, for a moment at least.

The Christmas Switch

Starring Vanessa Hudgens as two twins, a baker and a soon-to-be princess switch lives for Christmas. Even though it’s a Netflix original it feels like a Hallmark Christmas movie. So, it’s full of cliches and everyone gets together in the end. Sometimes that’s just want you want around Christmas time after the stress of finals.

Christmas Break-In

If you’ve ever wanted to see Home Alone set in a school, then this is the movie for you. Released in December of last year, the film focuses on 9-year-old Izzy who is left alone at school when a blizzard hits her town. After some crooks take shelter there and end up taking the janitor hostage, Izzy must come to his aid.


This delightful animated Christmas movie follows a spoiled postmaster to his new station in a distant, unpleasant outpost, where he meets a certain woodsman with a fluffy white beard and a penchant for making toys. As a new retelling of the story of Santa Claus, this film is creative and interesting, with enough touching moments and heart-warming scenes to make any grinch smile.

White Christmas

If you don’t watch this movie at the holidays, then you’re missing out. Bing Crosby, Rosemary Clooney, Danny Kaye, and Vera Ellen and the most insanely elaborate dance costumes ever will charm you right back to the 1940s. Just watch it. And they sing an entire song about snow that will make even the most anti-snow and winter person feel as if they might be OK with the stuff.

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