The best Christmas movies on HBO Max

If you plan to spend the next few weeks Christmas cheering, watching carnival movies, and basking in the magic and lights that exist at this time of year, you’re just like us. There’s something extraordinary about this time of year and we want to explore it for as long as possible.

Right now, many of us are enjoying a long weekend after Thanksgiving and doing so by watching holiday movies and festive episodes of our favorite series. Honestly, we’ve been watching Christmas movies since Halloween ended, and streaming platforms have made that a lot easier over the past few years.

Instead of having to re-record your favorite movie or buy it a few times because we all lose DVDs, you can find your favorite holiday movies on everything from Netflix and Hulu to Disney. Plus and HBO Max.

HBO Max has added and is continuing to add a slew of Christmas movies for fans to enjoy as the countdown until the arrival of Santa draws nearer. From cartoons to comedies and of course, romances that will warm your heart – you’ll find everything you need right here.

Here are some of our top picks for HBO Max viewing options this holiday season.

Scooby-Doo! Haunted holiday

When Scooby and the gang attend a holiday parade, they soon discover sinister happenings around them. From an abandoned clock tower to an evil snowman, they are at the top and must figure out how to save the Christmas season. When they head to a toy store to investigate strange things going on around them, they discover the owner has hinted at the store’s and clock tower’s haunted history.

With time not on their side and a snowman chasing them, they must solve the mystery. The group gets lucky when a Christmas staple arrives and helps them discover that the sinister snowman is the one they least expected.

Four Christmases

The holidays are a great time to be together, but have you ever just wanted to skip it all and go somewhere tropical for the vacation? The main couple in Four Christmases, Brad and Kate, are about to do just that when their plans go awry. Instead, the couple spends Christmas Day going between the four celebrations to visit different family members.

What happens next is a wake-up call for Brad and Kate, who have decided to get married and have children not in the cards for them. When they spend their vacations going between houses, they have different emotions, but both lead to the same conclusion; maybe what they’ve been avoiding all this time is exactly what they need.

Will Brad and Kate part ways after stressful vacations, or will it bring them closer together than ever before? You can go live Four Christmases on HBO Max and find out.

Black Christmas

If you’re looking to add a little horror to your holiday, Black Christmas Are you insured? The carnival thriller follows a group of young adults as they prepare for holiday parties and decorate the halls. Before long, a flurry of victims melts into a cloud of Christmas cheer and festivities, and a group of friends must make a big decision. Do they fall prey to the cloaked holiday killer, or do they stand up and fight back? On top of that, why exactly would a masked madman kill these students during the most beautiful time of the year?

You will have to see Black Christmas and find out, and it’s a must-see if you haven’t – or even if you have. While we love an excellent light-hearted festival movie, we also can’t get enough holiday horror.

National Lampoon’s Christmas holiday

In National Lampoon’s Christmas holiday, Clark Griswold is stuck on having the most perfect Christmas ever. He tries to get his family to spend the holiday to perfection, and of course, things start to go awry right away. The Griswolds soon discover that perfection and Christmas don’t live in the same house, from troubles at work and family to problems with that so-called perfect lighting and tree display.

Even if this period is not perfect, they find that family and togetherness are most important. You can buy decorations until you run out of pocket, but the real joy and happiness of this season comes from being with the people you love.

National Lampoon’s Christmas holiday It’s also one of those holiday movies that will keep you laughing all the way and this will be a movie you’ll want to watch with family and friends again for years to come.

My Gift: A Special Christmas Gift from Carrie Underwood

Carrie Underwood stole our hearts for the first time on American Idol, and she has continued to do so in her ventures ever since. Her voice is amazing, she sings beautiful songs and she has a special holiday for you to enjoy with your friends and loved ones this year.

My Gift: A Special Christmas Gift from Carrie Underwood available on HBO Max and gives fans a look at her Christmas album called my gift. The HBO Max special showcases special performances and sweet moments during the making of her holiday album, including a touching performance with her son, Isaiah. This special would be the perfect accompaniment to an evening out with friends or family alongside scones and cocoa.

Here are other festival viewing options for fans of holiday movies on HBO Max.

Christmas story

National Lampoon’s Christmas holiday

A Christmas Story 2

Miracle on 34th Street (1994)

Extreme speeds


Deck The Halls

Jack Frost (1998)

Elmo Save Christmas

Fred Claus

Christmas Eve on Sesame Street

A Dennis the Menace Christmas

Working holiday

8 bit Christmas


Miracle on 34th Street (1947)

It happened on 5th Ave

12 days of Christmas

A Christmas Wedding Tail

Charles Dickens ‘A Christmas Carol’

Elmo Save Christmas

Have you seen any of the holiday movies this year? Are you planning to stream any of them on HBO Max soon? Don’t forget to grab some hot cocoa and your favorite cozy blanket before work – they make every Christmas movie more memorable. The best Christmas movies on HBO Max


TaraSubramaniam is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. TaraSubramaniam joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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