10 New Christmas Movie 2023 That Are Worth It From Netflix, Disney+, And Prime Video

  • December 25, 2023
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10 New Christmas Movie 2023 That Are Worth It From Netflix, Disney+, And Prime Video

Time to soak in some holiday spirit! Are you excited for merry little Batman, a cheesy horror, the return of Eddie Murphy? We have a new batch of warm Christmas Movies 2023, freshly released, like gingerbread cookies.

Christmas period lasts from the end of the Halloween season until the Three Wise Men arrive into our lives for another year. And Christmas Movies 2023 streaming platforms know that it is time to spend more time with the family and make more home plans while avoiding the crowds of shopping hubs. So it is expected that we expand their catalog of Christmas-themed movies and series so that we do not have them leaving home.

There is always the option of going to the cinema to see ‘The Journey to Bethlehem ‘or’ Wonka, which, although it is not Christmas, has that, magical and familiar spirit of the films set in these festivities. But if the budget (or the desire to leave the house) is not enough for you, we propose a handful of 10 Christmas Movies 2023 that you can enjoy directly from your sofa, making your popcorn now in the microwave.

Now, what requirements does a film have to meet to be considered “Christmas-y”? 

The list includes ideal Christmas Movies 2023 to share with the family. From dramas to crying to those great Christmas love movies to spending a romantic holiday, including the best Christmas horror movies to be terrified of.

Should we even include films that are not specifically Christmas-related but that we always see and associate with these dates, such as ‘Frozen,’ one of the best Disney animated films? And doesn’t ‘Die Hard’ also keep elements of the Christmas spirit despite considering it simply one of the best action films in history?

Check out the new additions to the best Christmas movies on HBO Max, Disney+, and Amazon Prime Video.

Below is a list of 10 Christmas movies in 2023 worth watching.

Family Switch 

This is not my body! Jess (Jennifer Garner) and Bill Walker (Ed Helms) have a chance encounter with an astrologer, and on the morning of the most important day of their lives, the family wakes up with their bodies swapped from parents to children. Does not it ring a bell?

Where to watch it: Netflix.

Merry Little Batman

Batman’s son, Damian Wayne, seeks to follow in the footsteps of his father, Batman, by saving Christmas with his Bat-gadgets. Originally conceived as an HBO Max film, ‘Merry Mini-Bat Christmas’ has ranked among the best-animated movies on Amazon Prime Video.

Where to see it: Prime Video.

Christmas on Candy Cane Lane

Eddie Murphy returns (again) for Christmas. The comic actor’s career seems to be retaking flight thanks to Prime Video, and this time, he plays a Christmas fanatic who wants to have the best-decorated house in the neighborhood. To achieve this, he makes a pact with an evil elf. And the Nativity scene is set up

Where to see it: Prime Video.

Better Christmas Impossible!

The director of the terrifying ‘Animal Sematary’ (Mary Lambert), the star of ‘American Pie’ (Jason Biggs), and the erotic sensation of ‘Boogie Nights’ (Heather Graham) are the most unexpected trio for a Christmas movie. But the fact is that the new Netflix release has all the cheesy and pastel ingredients of a guilty pleasure of these dates.

Where to watch it: Netflix.

Christmas Eve

Ludacris changes the drifts of the ‘Fast and Furious’ saga for more family-friendly cinema. And it comes out quite successfully. A mysterious man also helps him in red with a good-natured face like Lil Rel Howery, one of the latest ‘Paw Patrol’ movies’ voices.

Where to see it: Disney+.

Christmas As Usual 

The success of ‘Eight Moroccan Surnames’ has once again shown how much we like a good culture shock comedy and laughing at territorial prejudices, and with ‘Christmas As Usual’ we have a good helping of all of that, in this case, the mix of Nordic and Indian traditions in the middle of Christmas.

Where to watch it: Netflix.

Your Christmas Or Mine? 

After the end of ‘Sex Education,’ Asa Butterfield has taken a liking to Christmas family comedies and, if last year he surprised us with ‘Your Christmas or Mine?’, this December he returns with a sequel in which repeats the chaos of the first: the two protagonists are forced, by mistake, to spend Christmas with each other’s families, discovering all the hobbies of their in-laws.

Where to see it: Prime Video.

How Beautiful It Is To Die

This is a perfect mix between a Hallmark Christmas movie and a bloody horror. From the director of the Jewel to Rediscovering ‘Tragedy Girls’ and with a horror regular like Justin Long (‘Barbarian,’ ‘Tusk,’ ‘Drag Me to hell’) as the protagonist,

Where to see it: Movistar+ starting December 28.

A Vineyard Christmas

You have to be careful with alcohol at these parties. A young widow struggles to maintain the local vineyard and raise two young children. A Christmas miracle may happen when she falls in love with a man from town sent to obtain information about a possible vineyard for sale.

Where to watch it: Netflix.

Christmas At The Drive-In

A real estate lawyer (Danica McKellar, who went from ‘The Wonder Years’ to being a regular in Christmas dinner movies) tries to save a historic drive-in theater before Christmas. 

Where to watch it: Netflix.

Hope you enjoy them all. Happy Holidays!

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