If you like musicals, you’ll probably have a great Christmas as both Annie and Into the Woods are coming out while for everyone else there’s movies like The Hobbit: Battle of Five Armies, Exodus and The Interview hitting this month.
Brian has some picks for kick ass gifts to give or request for this Holiday season.
Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Jack and Rapunzel are all featured in the upcoming Disney musical, Into the Woods, adapted from the Broadway musical with songs by Steven Sondheim.
Five new movies came out on Christmas Day this year and most of them seem to just be OK, according the critics.
Two of the biggest comic strips have two of the most famous Christmas specials, both of which you can watch right here.
Although not brought up as much as John Williams’ other scores, the Home Alone score is just as iconic and instantly recognizable.
Wayne and Lanny are two of the elite Prep and Landing elves, who get houses ready for Santa’s arrival with an array of high tech gadgets, and are the stars of two excellent Disney specials, both of which you can watch right here.
The Dan Band took a break from covering female-centric songs and performing for weddings in the Todd Phillips movie universe to deliver a Christmas album full of filthy and hilarious original songs.
Frozen finally took down Catching Fire this weekend while Out of the Furnace fared even worse than last week’s Homefront in the rural crime thriller genre.
Musical Montage is all about the holidays this month and we’re kicking things off with a hip hop classic that was featured in Die Hard, specifically thanks to Argyle, everyone’s favorite limousine driver.