‘TIS THE SEASON WITH HALLMARK CHANNEL
Four Hallmark Original Christmas-Themed Films Arriving On DVD and Rental
This November Just Days After TV Premiere
Have you been watching the Hallmark Channel and their holiday movies? Nightly Christmas movies started airing on Halloween night and will be playing right up until Christmas. I just love the assortment of movies Hallmark Channel plays and have been recording and watching the movies when I find free time, usually late into the evening. Yes, some of the movies are sappy and will make me cry at the drop of a hat, but you can't help but smile at the end of each when they end with a happily ever after. Come on, this is what you have come to expect from Hallmark movies and they never disappoint, especially with their wonderful selection of holiday movies. This year, in addition to airing new movies on Hallmark Channel, as well as classics you have seen in years past, the folks at Cinedigm are also releasing these movies on DVDs so that you can pick up and add to your growing holiday movie collection. :-)
Recently, Hallmark Channel aired "Nine Lives of Christmas" which is perfect for dog lovers, as well as "A Cookie Cutter Christmas" which I missed when it aired back on November 8th, but was able to watch this afternoon while the girls were napping. I loved "A Cookie Cutter Christmas" and can't stop raving about it to my mom and girlfriends, who had missed it. Thankfully, these two Hallmark Channel movies arrived on DVD on November 11th (Tuesday), and I have review copies of, so I will be hosting a wrapping party at my house after Thanksgiving and will be sharing these two holiday movies with them, as well as two other, which will also be airing on the Hallmark Channel before they, too, release to DVD -- "A Royal Christmas" starring Jane Seymour and "Signed, Sealed, Delivered Christmas" These two movies will arrive on DVD and digital HD on November 25th, so be on the lookout for them as you gear up to start your holiday shopping.
I will be watching these two upcoming Hallmark Channel movies with my husband this weekend. Usually he is not into these types of movies, but after watching sports the past few weekends, he owes me. :-)
Do you have a favorite Hallmark Channel holiday movie that you have watched in years past, or recently? I would love to hear about it, so be sure to leave a comment with the movie. I love checking out movies that I may have missed, especially when they are heartwarming Hallmark ones. :-)
Check out this upcoming holiday movies airing on the Hallmark Channel, including all new premieres every Saturday and Sunday -- http://www.hallmarkchannel.com/.
More about the four holiday-themed releases from Cinedigm this November --
Nine Lives of Christmas follows Zachary Stone, a handsome fireman who falls in love with a stray cat, despite his fear of commitment, and soon begins to see the joy in companionship when he meets a beautiful veterinary student who teaches him how to take care of his new feline friend. Starring Brandon Routh (Superman Returns), Kimberley Sustad (A Bride For Christmas), Stephanie Bennett (Signed, Sealed, Delivered), Chelsea Hobbs (Make It or Break It) and Gregory Harrison (“One Tree Hill”), Nine Lives of Christmas premieres on Hallmark Channel November 8 and be available on DVD and Digital HD November 11.
A Cookie Cutter Christmas, starring Erin Krakow (“Army Wives”), David Haydn-Jones (The Last Kiss) and Alan Thicke (“Growing Pains”), follows a journalist sent to cover Christmas Town’s annual cookie bake-off who finds herself competing for the affection of a new love interest. The entertaining and uplifting story about doing whatever it takes for love premieres on Hallmark Channel November 9 and be available on DVD and Digital HD November 11.
A Royal Christmas, starring Jane Seymour (“Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman”) and Lacey Chabert (Mean Girls, “Party of Five”), tells the tale of a newly engaged woman who finds out her fiancé is a prince and his mother, the Queen, will stop at nothing to sabotage their marriage. Love prevails in the charming film, airing on Hallmark Channel and available on DVD and Digital HD .
Signed, Sealed, Delivered Christmas, based on the highly successful Hallmark series Signed, Sealed, Delivered created by Touched By An Angel’s Martha Williamson, follows the four postal workers turned detectives in their next mystery as they track down the original recipient of a Christmas card from the past. The hilariously romantic drama premieres on Hallmark Channel and will be available on DVD and Digital HD .
Disclosure: I was sent review copies from the vendor in order to write up an honest review. All views shared are mine and mine alone.