Can’t Miss Holiday Movies on Comcast

Ray Child, from Comcast reveals some of the top holiday movies, out of the dozens that can be viewed.

While the holidays are meant for Yule time cheer, there’s no doubt that family, Christmas shopping and juggling schedules can add stress to the season.

Why not relax with Comcast? Comcast customers can enjoy the “Holiday Films and More Collection” On Demand, which features nearly 80 top holiday films as well as other holiday-themed entertainment options all available with the push of the button.

Comcast’s collection includes each of the Top 5 can’t miss holiday films, which includes everything from time-honored traditional holiday movies to family favorites.

The Top 5 Can’t Miss Holiday Movies are:

5. National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation: The film features the lovably zany Griswold family as they search for the perfect Christmas tree, decorate their home with a vengeance and entertain a host of extended family members for the holidays. With Chevy Chase starring as patriarch of the family, this hilarious 1989 film has become a modern classic for the Christmas season.

4. A Christmas Carol: Based on the novella by Charles Dickens, this holiday story has been remade more than twenty times! Whether you prefer the 1938 classic with Gene and Katherine Lockhart as the Catchits, or the 1988 adaption, Scrooged, starring Bill Murray, this unforgettable favorite can be enjoyed time and time again with Comcast On Demand.

3. Home Alone: This hilarious Yule tide comedy about a family accidently leaving their mischievous youngster at home while they embark on a holiday vacation can’t be missed. Watch as Kevin McCallister tricks a pair of bumbling thieves and protects his family home while he waits for his family to realize he’s missing. And, for added fun, you can also watch Home Alone 2, 3 and 4 On Demand as well!

2. Miracle on 34th Street: Could the Santa at the department stores be the real Kris Kringle? Both the 1947 and 1994 versions of Miracle on 34th Street explore this age-old question, and delivers a touching holiday story about a man who just may be the miracle that thousands of department-stores shoppers have always wished for.

1. A Christmas Story: All Ralphie Parker wants for Christmas is an official Red Ryder BB gun. But he can’t seem to catch a break from naysayers who warn he’ll shoot his eye out. Ralphie’s schoolmate accepts a bet on whether or not his tongue will stick to the freezing flagpole in a scene that was voted as the favorite movie moment of all time by Comcast customers this year.

Comcast subscribers can find these movies and more On Demand under “Movies & Events” > “Holiday Films & More.”

On top of these Can’t-Miss holiday favorites, you can keep the Yule tide spirit going throughout dinner with a Comcast customer favorite, The Yule Log! This cozy alternative to a fireplace is available On Demand.

This month’s offerings are one reason why Comcast customers choose On Demand programming more than 350 million time every month. With a continuously expanding library, Comcast On Demand currently offers more than 17,000 entertainment programs with more than 2,600 choices in HD every month. With more than 13 billion views to date, Comcast’s extensive On Demand library features everything from movies, music and top TV shows to the most popular kids, sports, lifestyle and local programs available anytime, anywhere.

A list of all holiday movies On Demand is here:

Yuletide Comedies

Home Alone

Home Alone 2

Home Alone 3

Home Alone 4


Ernest Saves Christmas

Karroll’s Christmas

Jingle All The Way

Deck The Halls


Trading Places

Bam Margera Presents: Where The #$&% Is Santa?

A Christmas Too Many

A Wonderful Christmas

About A Boy

Holiday Romance

Four Christmases

The Family Stone

While You Were Sleeping

An Affair To Remember

The Bishop’s Wife

Untamed Heart

Little Women

White Christmas

Love Actually

Holiday Affair

Christmas In Connecticut

You’ve Got Mail

The Thin Man

Just Friends

Classic Christmas

A Christmas Story

National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation

White Christmas

Miracle on 34th Street ’47

Miracle on 34th Street ’94

Babes In Toyland (1961)

The Santa Clause

The Nutcracker (George Balanchine’s)

A Christmas Carol (1938)

The Gospel Road

Holiday Action

Die Hard

Die Hard 2


Stalag 17

The Godfather

Three Days Of The Condor

King Kong

Batman Returns

Kiss Kiss Bang Bang

Lethal Weapon

Festive Family Faves

Nothing Like The Holidays

I’ll Be Home For Christmas

Edward Scissorhands

What’s Cooking?

Pieces Of April

The Apartment

Home For The Holidays

Planes, Trains And Automobiles

Christmas In Connecticut

Kids Christmas

Christmas In Wonderland

Dr. Suess’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas

Babes In Toyland (1961)

Barney: A Christmas Star

Bob The Builder: A Christmas To Remember

vNutcracker: The Motion Picture

Babes In Toyland (animated) (1997)


All Dogs Christmas Carol

The 12 Dogs of Christmas

Bah Humduck! A Looney Tunes Christmas

A Dennis The Menace Christmas

The Wiggles: Santa’s Rockin’

The Wiggles: Wiggly Wiggly Christmas

Pinocchio’s Christmas

Rudolph and Frosty’s Christmas in July

Rudolph’s Shiny New Year

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