At the Cinema
Release Date: 5th December 2014
Director: Christopher Smith
Starring: Warwick Davis, Stephen Graham, Nonso Anozie, Jim Broadbent
Nativity 3: Dude, Where's My Donkey
Release Date: 14th November 2014
Director: Debbie Isitt
Starring: Adam Garcia, Catherine Tate, Celia Imrie
Bolshoi Ballet: The Nutcracker
Release Date: 21st December 2014
Details: Details to be released on www.cineworld.co.uk
Classic Christmas DVDs
A princess uses her power to turn her home town into infinite winter. Her sister sets out on a quest with friends, a reindeer and a snowman to revert her sisters curse.
On Christmas Eve a young boy starts the adventure of a lifetime. He boards a train heading to Santa Claus' home.
Santa's son decides to have a mission of his own. He wants to save a child's Christmas.
This romantic comedy stars Cameron Diaz, Jack Black, Kate Winslet and Jude Law. Both women exchange homes in a bid to escape heartbreak and meet the love of their lives.
Jim Carrey plays the Grinch who hates Christmas. He plots to steal Christmas away from the Whos who love Christmas dearly. However, he is befriended by a Who, which threatens to put his plan in doubt.
A man who was raised as an elf (Will Ferrell) in the North Pole is sent to the U.S to try and find out his true identity after causing havoc for many years in the elf community.
Animated story of a young boy who makes a snowman at Christmas. The snowman comes to life and they go on a magical adventure that night.
A Christmas Carol
Jim Carrey helps bring the Dickens tale back to life. Scrooge, played by Carrey, is miserable at Christmas. Ghosts visit him to show him the effects he has had on people's lives, and to finally give him some home truths. Will Scrooge change?
Tim Burton's: The Nightmare Before Christmas
Animated, and suitable for children, this film will get you in the Christmas mood. The Pumpkin King inadvertently puts Christmas in doubt after landing Santa Claus in trouble, after trying to do the opposite and make Christmas a special one. Will Christmas go ahead? Who will save the day?
One of the best Christmas films ever - Macaulay Culkin plays Kevin McCallister who gets accidentally left home alone while his whole family (and there are a lot of them) go to Paris for the holidays. Throw in a couple of burglars who want to rob the McCallisters house and a scary old man and you've got a laugh-out-loud, but also sentimental festive cracker. Fun for all ages.
Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
Obviously the sequel to Home Alone - but unlike many sequels this is better than the first. Almost the exact same storyline is followed, but in a different location, yet it still manages to make you laugh and cry in all the right places. Instead of the creepy old man, there's a creepy old woman, the huge family is still there the one-liners are still there, but by throwing in the backdrop of New York City you get an instant hit.
Jingle all the Way
Although Arnie is not the best actor in the world this is a fab holiday film. Arnie plays a Dad married to his career, he keeps breaking his promises to his son, but when he promises to get his son the Christmas must-have toy - Turboman he thinks it’s a promise he can actually keep. Trouble is it's Christmas Eve and there are no Turboman's anywhere. As with all great Christmas films there's a moral to the story, but it doesn't spoil this film it really is hilarious.
An all-star cast for this heart-warming charming film. There's a huge cast including Emma Thompson, Hugh Grant, Liam Neeson, Andrew Lincoln, Keira Knightley and loads more - each character's love situation weaves in subtly with each others set against a beautiful London Christmas backdrop.
The Santa Clause
Tim Allen is Scott Calvin in this hilarious children’s story where he mistakenly puts on a Santa suit and becomes the man himself. Scott and his son are whisked away to the North Pole where 'Santa' is told what his new duties are. Scott's life changes from this day on - not only his appearance (white beard, fat belly and a love of cookies and milk), but trying to convince people that he’s not mad - he's Santa.
Miracle On 34th Street
Another classic - Richard Attenborough stars as Kris Kringle the real life Santa Claus who by chance becomes Coles department store's Santa. A rival department store wants him as theirs so employ dirty tricks to get him. A feel-good film that gets you in the mood for the festive season - although I watch it all year round.
National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation
If there's one Christmas film you must see it’s this one. From start to finish you will be peeing your pants. Chevy Chase plays Clark Griswald the man who has great intentions, but can never quite pull them off. The Griswald's have the whole family coming for Christmas so cue mayhem and stress including a squirrel on the loose with a rottweiler chasing it.
The Muppet Christmas Carol
A real Christmas time favourite. Michael Caine stars as Scrooge in this classic Dicken's tale. Kermit the frog is Scrooge's employee, Bob Cratchit and Miss Piggy plays his wife. Defintely worth a watch!
Family Guy: Happy Freakin' Christmas
One for the adults. Enjoy the special Christmas edition of Family Guy. Peter raids a trailer park in a bid to find presents, Lois is overcome with stress, Stewie makes a discovery and as for Brian and Meg, you will have to wait and see!
Vince Vaughn and Reece Witherspoon star in this one. Through a series of events then end up having four Christmases in one day. Find out how they both get on and whether their relationship can survive by renting this new release.