This page shows you the list charts. By default, the movies are ordered by how many times they have been marked as a favorite. However, you can also sort by other information, such as the total number of times it has been marked as a dislike.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, so we’re told, and it wouldn’t be Christmas without the Christmas movies we all know and love, which have become part of everyone’s family tradition over the last few decades. Recently we asked Empire readers to vote for their favourite seasonal films, and here are the results – and there are a few surprises in there. Read on for the results, and Happy Christmas!
All the films covered in Alonso Duralde's 2010 book "Have Yourself a Movie Little Christmas".
"Don't waste another second of your valuable holiday time on another boring Christmas movie. Film critic Alonso Duralde highlights the best – and worst – movies of the Yuletide season with this fun and informative film guide. Whether you're looking for the classics, family favorites, holiday horror, Christmas-themed crime epics, or the most wonderfully awful cinematic lumps of coal, 'Have Yourself a Movie Little Christmas' will point you and your rental queue in the right direction."
The films are divided in the book by category: movies for kids (1-9), movies for adults (10-29), comedies (30-48), tearjerkers (49-58), crime and action (59-70), horror (71-79), "Christmas Carols" (80-101), the worst (102-111) and the best (112-122).