An underwhelming “remake” of Silent Night, Deadly Night arrives from Anchor Bay with a beautiful transfer that emphasizes the film’s strongest attribute — its richly saturated Christmastime color palette.
The Muppet’s classic holiday rendition of Dickens’ tale arrives on Blu-ray in this 20th Anniversary Edition with a solid transfer from Disney.
At a running time of only 24-minutes with only a brief 8 1/2 minute long featurette in tow, ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas is surely overpriced at an MSRP of $24.99, but it still looks good given its nearly forty-year-old vintage.
Disney’s 1997 direct-to-video sequel to their theatrical animated classic makes for wholesome, family friendly entertainment during the holiday season.
Despite no features, the quality of the movie added in with the fine video and audio make this one worth recommending.
Tim Burton’s perennial stop-motion holiday classic that successfully bridges the gap between 31 October and 25 December is now given a cool 3D conversion from Disney in this feature-packed three-disc set from the studio.
Peanuts deluxe holiday collection gathers together the perennial holiday favorites in a nice feature-rich package with spruced up image quality for a family-friendly entertainment option over the holiday season.
Disney’s A Christmas Carol takes on a new dimension in Blu-ray 3D and actually improves the lifeless motion-capture animation style by Robert Zemeckis.
Elf may not be great, but it is a pleasant enough holiday film and this Ultimate Collector’s Edition bundle of goodies makes for a nice gift package.
Thomas Kinkade’s Christmas Cottage is trite and sugary sweet entertainment ready made for the holiday season. It may not become a holiday classic, but it’ll work to pass the time for the upcoming season.