Can you feel it? The change in the air, the snow on the ground — Winter is coming, and with it comes the most wonderful time of the year: Christmas time.
While everyone celebrates the Holidays differently, there’s one aspect of Christmas that has been and will remain a fixture for the foreseeable future, and that’s Christmas movies. From the moment Halloween ends and November begins, Christmas movies become a fixture of both cable and streaming, decking the (TV) halls with boughs of holly, and our friends over at Plex.TV knows this better than anyone.
That’s right, if you head over to Plex — which is completely free, by the way — you’ll find an endless trove of Christmas movies, some famed and some you’ve never heard of, to carry you through the Holiday season.
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The Best Christmas Movies on Plex
No Christmas movie session is complete without the iconic classic It’s A Wonderful Life, which can be found over on Plex. There’s also the classic Scrooge film from 1970 starring the legendary Albery Finney and Alex Guinness.
Christmas Classics aren’t the only thing Plex has to offer, though, as their “Holiday Therapy” library taps into all of the various Christmas movie subgenres, even horror, with films such as Christmas Slay, Black Christmas, and Jack Frost 2: The Revenge of the Mutant Killer Snowman (which is perhaps the greatest movie title in cinema history).
More of a rom-com movie fan? Plex has got you covered there, too, with titles such as Christmas Catch and Holiday Breakup readily available to stream. Long story short, regardless of what type of Christmas movie you enjoy, Plex has got you covered and then some.
Plex.TV is not the same as a boring old cable subscription where you’re inundated with a seemingly endless stream of news and sports channels, all of which might not serve that much utility in your media consumption. It’s easy to tune out some of these clumsy platforms that are cluttered with noise that just doesn’t resonate. Plex.TV is just… pure randomness.
The platform is filled with hidden gems from bygone eras vs. unwatchable, overproduced TV junk food. It’s a throwback to my channel surfing glory years, where you’re not quite sure what you’re going to discover and when.
Best of all: It’s free. Plex’s free live streaming TV is pretty easy to watch on any device, making tune-in easy. You can watch it on your main TV via living room devices such as Amazon Fire TV and Roku, as well as your desktop or mobile device.
Since variety is the spice of life, we put together a list of our favorite things we’ve watched on Plex.TV over the past couple of weeks with the goal of inspiring you, the reader, to find yourself down some delightfully weird TV rabbit holes in the future.
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