The Empire Strikes Back was one of the chief nerdy influences on this fun little Christmas special from 1997, where a neglected snowman raises an army and tries to take over Christmas from Santa.
The Everything Action crew gathers for a special Christmas commentary with the 1998 JTT “classic”, I’ll Be Home for Christmas, where JTT has to make his way across the country in a Santa suit in order to get a Porsche bribe from his father to be with his family for Christmas.
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.
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.
Get into the Christmas spirit by listening to the theme song from the classic Christmas Vacation, conveniently called Christmas Vacation.
The latest addition to the long list of sequels that both should not exist and are coming out a ridiculous amount of time after the original is A Christmas Story 2, which finds teenage Ralphie hoping for a car for Christmas.
The Sliders celebrate Christmas by bringing down a corrupt mall president on an Earth where malls are more than just shopping but are homes for the workers and feature houses, schools and hospitals.
One of the most bizarre and low budget Christmas movies ever made comes to Hulu and you can check it out here, along with the link to the MST3K version.