Charlie Brown is depressed about the commercialisation of Christmas, so Lucy suggests he direct a Christmas play. He is mocked mercilessly (different times, different mores). Snoopy gets caught in the commercialism of the holiday season, but Linus explains to all the true meaning of Christmas. It’s Charlie Brown and the gang at their best. Need we say more?
A Tim Burton movie, so kinda dark, and full of ghosties and ghoulies, long legged beasties and things that go bump in the night, loveably morbid creatures. Jack Skellington, the King of Halloween town, is bored of the Halloween routine and he hankers for something new. He stumbles upon the portal to Christmas Town, and he is enthralled. He decides that this year, Christmas will be taken over by the citizens of Halloween Town – because why should Christmas only be enjoyed by Christmas Town? Why indeed.
Everyone loves Frosty the Snowman. He’s a jolly happy soul. A group of school children build a snowman and place a magic hat on its head. The snowman, lovingly called Frosty, comes to life. But, temperature rises, and Frosty has to go to the North Pole, to avoid melting. He boards the next train with the white rabbit Hocus Pocus and with a little girl, Karen. To prevent Karen from freezing, Karen and Frosty go inside a greenhouse. Frosty melts but is brought back to life by Santa. This is just like jumping into a Christmas card. You’ll be humming the Frosty the Snowman song for days. Guaranteed.
A young boy steps on a mysterious train on Christmas Eve. The train is bound for the North Pole, and its passengers embark on a great adventure to visit Santa Claus. The first all-digital film, with Tom Hanks in several roles. For all of us who wish we could board a train to Santa preparing for Christmas. We believe…