Magical nights on Freeform in December

Regina Czajkowski, staff writer

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25 days of Christmas happens every year with exciting Christmas movies daily on Freeform!

Starts Dec 1 with the movie “Ellie at Christmas time“. The movie is on at 6:30 a.m..  “Jack Frost” airs the same day, but at noon and ends at 1 p.m.

Dec 2 has “The nightmare before Christmas” on at 2:10 p.m. It’s there 25 anniversary this year.

Polar Express” and “The Grinch that stole Christmas” are both on after 12 on Dec 3. Both are older movies that people tend to love!

Do you prefer “Polar Express” or “The Grinch that stole Christmas” and why?

“The Polar Express by far! It was my son’s favorite movie. We bought him the toy train set one Christmas, but it didn’t arrive on time. We blamed it on Santa to avoid an awkward situation. Sadly, that was the year that he stopped believing in Santa.” said Ben Beary.

“The Grinch that stole Christmas because it’s funny and has always been one of my go to Christmas movies.” said senior Alexis Sherman.

“Polar Express because the detail of the movie is nice.” said senior Christina Simon.

Fast forward into a few days in and the movie “Elf” is on Dec 10. Starts at 7:40 p.m. and is a comedy movie with the starring actor Will Ferrell.

Christmas With The Kranks” is on early in the morning on Dec 17.  “Frozen” is on later in the day. The movie Frozen is one of the newest Christmas Disney movies.

The day of Christmas has re-ruins on of everything.