Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Everything Action! To celebrate the holidays, Zach and Chris watched the 2006 version of the yule time slasher movie, Black Christmas.
Debuting in 1987 and airing until 2000 on CBS, everyone’s favorite lasagna chomping fat cat learned the true meaning of Christmas on a visit to the Arbuckle family farm in A Garfield Christmas.
Since he was portraying the frontman of a blues/rock band called The Jack Frost Band, it’s only natural that Michael Keaton would appear on the movie’s soundtrack and there are two songs from the fictional band alongside the likes of Hanson, Lisa Loeb, REO Speedwagon and more.
Animated by the legendary Chuck Jones, the 1966 version of How the Grinch Stole Christmas has never been topped and Thurl Ravenscroft’s version of “You’re A Mean One, Mr. Grinch” has been a holiday staple for decades.
The final Battle at the Box Office of 2018 sees Aquaman on top for the second weekend in a row and it’s already one of the highest grossing DC movies only two weeks into its release while the rest of the top 5 remained in the same positions as last weekend and most of them actually made more than last weekend.
Everything is trying to come out in time for Christmas with five new releases hitting theaters including Aquaman, Bumblebee, Mary Poppins Returns, Second Act and Welcome to Marwen.
For the last commentary of 2018, and to celebrate the holidays, Zach and Chris watched 1994’s The Santa Clause
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He-Man and She-Ra join forces to learn the true meaning of Christmas and to stop Skeletor and Hordak from destroying it in the cult classic He-Man and She-Ra Christmas Special.
Tim Allen, at the height of his 90’s popularity, starred in 1994’s The Santa Clause, where the Tool Man becomes the new Santa after inadvertently murdering his predecessor.