ENJOY A FAMILY MOVIE NIGHT WITH THE GRINCH ACTIVITY SHEET AND VIDEO

GET YOUR GRINCH ON

He’s green, he’s mean, and he’s coming to your screen. Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch is back with an all-new animated adventure for kids of all ages, and watching him steal Christmas is only half the family fun.

Click the image above to view and print your very own Grinch activity sheet with kid-friendly challenges to work on together during the movie.

Want to see what kind of holiday hijinks your family is in for with the Grinch? Watch the exclusive clip above to meet Max, the Grinch’s loyal and loving canine companion.

Bring some fiendish and festive fun to your family movie night with The Grinch, available now on Vudu.

RING IN THE NEW YEAR WITH THE BEST NEW YEAR’S EVE MOVIES

DON”T DROP THE BALL

 

Who ever heard of a New Year’s Eve movie? You did; you just didn’t know it.

 

While Christmas and Halloween may seem to have a monopoly on cinematic tie-ins, plenty of modern and classic films feature New Year’s festivities in full swing, making them the perfect accompaniment to your posh party or relaxed New Year’s night in. Here are some of the highlights:

 

WHEN HARRY MET SALLY

 

 

Harry may have technically first met Sally during their ill-advised cross-country carpool, but a chance meeting at a New Year’s Eve party is where the sparks really started to fly.

 

A lot romantic, a little corny, and endlessly quotable, this is the New Year’s film for the hopeless romantic in all of us.

 

BRIDGET JONES’S DIARY

 

 

Besides being a classic comedy with charm to spare, Bridget Jones’s Diary is the rare double-rainbow of New Year’s movies: it both starts and ends on New Year’s Eve!

 

That’s a full year of life-altering lunacy for Bridget Jones and double the occasion-specific laughs for your New Year’s Eve.

 

SNOWPIERCER

 

 

Looking for something a little more unconventional? Snowpiercer may be a wild, weird, post-apocalyptic trip (also on a train!), but it also centers on a group of people celebrating the birth of a new year.

 

What happens next may not be exactly traditional, but you’ll want to watch all the way through until the end (of the movie and the year).

 

NEW YEAR’S EVE

 

 

Ok, ok; this one’s a little obvious.

 

But with a star-studded cast featuring the likes of Halle Berry, Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Jon Bon Jovi (?), this madcap, mixed-up romcom is the perfect injection of fun-filled holiday cheer to help you shake off any residual bad vibes and saunter merrily into the new year.

 

 

ARE THESE MOVIES CHRISTMAS MOVIES?

MERRY MAYBES

 

We all know the holly jolly classics of yuletide movie canon: Rudolph, the Grinch, and even more recent additions like Elf.

 

But in recent years some less obviously contenders have been gunning for the title of “Christmas movie,” and the debate over what does and does not qualify has been getting as heated as a yule log. Time to examine some of the most controversial would-be Winter classics.

 

DIE HARD

 

 

The king of the Christmas conundrums and the one has inspired the most passionate debate, John McClane’s shoeless showdown, while not exactly festive, does technically take place on Christmas Eve.

 

The running, gunning, and general grit may drive away Christmas purists, but each December the Die Hard diehards say “Yippee Ki Yay, Kris Kringle!”

 

Still not convinced? Maybe the re-cut Christmas-themed Die Hard trailer will have you singing a different carol. Check it out by clicking “Trailer” here.

 

The Nightmare Before Christmas

 

 

Ghouls, ghosts, and goblins galore don’t exactly scream December 25th, but how can a movie with Santa, elves, reindeer, and a sleigh NOT be a Christmas movie?

 

Torn between two seemingly opposite holidays, Jack Skellington and company prove that you don’t have to pick just one; blending our favorite festivities can produce a magical movie greater than the sum of its parts.

 

LOVE ACTUALLY

 

 

An ensemble romcom that just so happens to take place around the holidays? The all-time most romantic (at least by the numbers) Christmas movie?

 

Love Actually actually defies classification, perfect to get you in the post-Thanksgiving holiday spirit or as a sickly-sweet treat year-round. The cult classic’s best (and worst) storylines is a whole different debate…

 

KRAMPUS

 

 

Hang a left at Bad Santa, drive on past A Nightmare Before Christmas, and if you hit Krampus you may have gone too far (at least for some Christmas movie fans).

 

The terrifying tale of the kruel and kreepy Kristmas demon may not be traditional holiday fare, but for horror fans and those seeking something different it’s the perfect spice in the cider of feel-good family films.

 

BATMAN RETURNS

 

 

The caped crusader may not be the mysterious do-gooder we’re accustomed to seeing this time of year, but in between battling The Penguin and Catwoman, Batman does manage to squeeze some festive fisticuffs into this comic book classic.

 

It may not end with a turkey dinner or a rousing round of carols, but Batman Returns is just Christmas-y enough to get even the most Scrooge-like fan in the spirit.