My name is Natalie and I'm addicted to Netflix.
Seriously though, I cancelled my contract last month only to renew it again on the same day. It's procrastination at its finest - and procrastination is just about my favourite thing.
Home Alone (1990)
I can't believe that it took me until I was 19 to first watch Home Alone. It's quickly become one of my favourite festive films of all time, combining over the top comedy with a cracking soundtrack and everything there is to love about a true 90's Christmas.
The Santa Clause (1994)
Probably one of my favourite Christmas films of all time, The Santa Clause is one of many that tells the story of an average Joe taking on the role of Santa during Christmas. It's lighthearted and fun, as well as being the only movie on the list that actually features Santa Claus.
Jingle All The Way (1996)
Christmas isn't Christmas without Jingle All The Way. Arnold Schwarzenegger seems like a strange choice for a festive film at first, but everything about this just works so well. It's pure festive cheese at it's finest and is one of the brightest, most OTT Christmas films out there.
A Christmas Carol (2009)
This was one of the first movies that I ever watched in 3D when it came out in 2009. I'm not the biggest fan of animations in general, but it's fair to say that this is still one of the best that I've seen. I'm also not a big fan of Jim Carrey. Maybe it's just the Christmas theme that I like...?
Either way, it's a really well made version of a classic. I feel it's essential to watch least one version of A Christmas Carol over the holidays, not least because it's probably my favourite Christmas story of them all.