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all the new releases for 2022 and where to watch them

by Stewart Cole

A slew of new Christmas movies have been released in 2022, just in time for the peak of the festive season.

Netflix has released several original new movies to stream alongside its library of old favorites and classics, while other streamers are also getting in on the action, such as Apple TV+, Disney+ and Amazon Prime Video.

Lindsay Lohan is making her big movie comeback on Netflix Fall for Christmaswhile Will Ferrell and Ryan Reynolds work together Livelya new musical version of Charles Dickens Christmas carols. Somewhere else, Miracle becomes festive at Guardians Of The Galaxy Holiday Special on Disney+ and Amazon is offering their own original Christmas movie Your Christmas or mine?.

If you want to escape to the cinema, David Harbour-starrer Violent night is still playing in theaters, pitting Santa Claus against a group of mercenaries.

Ryan Reynolds and Will Ferrell in “Spirited” CREDIT: Apple TV+

Check out a list of Christmas movies released this year:

  • Fall for Christmas (Netflix)
  • Christmas story Christmas (NOW TV Cinema)
  • Christmas with you (Netflix)
  • Lively (Apple TV+)
  • The Noel calendar (Netflix)
  • The Nutcracker Hip-Hop (Disney+)
  • Hollywood Christmas (Amazon Prime Video)
  • Your Christmas or mine? (Amazon Prime Video)
  • Violent night (in cinemas)
  • Scrooge: A Christmas Carol (Netflix)
  • Something from Tiffany’s (Amazon Prime Video)
  • Christmas Bloody Christmas (Shudder)
  • Detective Knight: Redemption (Amazon Prime Video)
  • The Guardians Of The Galaxy Holiday Special (Disney+)
  • Christmas full of grace (Netflix)
  • I believe in Santa Claus (Netflix)

Last year it was revealed that a record number of Christmas films had been made and released. More than 200 new holiday feature films and TV movies naming the holiday have been listed on the Internet Movie Database (IMDB) for release in 2021 – a number that has more than doubled since 2016 and quadrupled since 2011.

“For viewers, it’s just a way to escape and feel for at least two hours that little bit of peace in the midst of the craziness of the holiday season and the craziness of the world we’ve lived in for the past two years. ” Brandon Gray, his co-host Deck The Hallmark said the podcast.

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