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It's Beginning to Look A Lot Like The 17th Annual DVDTalk Holiday Challenge (11/21 - 1/1)

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OFFICIAL RULES

-Movies, TV shows/specials, Short Films & Cartoons Count


-The movie or TV show DOES NOT need to be holiday oriented. It could simply take place during the holiday season (i.e. Batman Returns, Gremlins, Die Hard, etc.)

-Although the movie doesn't have to take place during the holiday season, a MAJORITY of the film HAS to take place during the holiday season. No movies with just one scene during the holiday season. If you're not sure, ASK!

-Any holiday from Thanksgiving through New Years Day may count

-A film can only be viewed once, UNLESS you watch it and then watched it again with a commentary

-There is no global goal, shoot for a personal goal. Whatever you want your goal to be go for it. For returning participants maybe your goal should be to beat a previous year's goal.

-Again, like past years there will be a THREE Wild Card option to include movies or TV shows you might watch during the holiday season that is not holiday oriented. My family used to watch Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory every Christmas. So anything is allowed, up to 3.

-Specials such as the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, New Years Rockin' Eve, etc. can count, but you MUST watch the entire special in order to count it.

-PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE number your lists! If you do not number your list it will not count towards the challenge

-It doesn't matter how you see the film, VHS, DVD, Blu-Ray, HD-DVD, Laserdisc, Theatrical release, it can be counted. Just have fun.

-The challenge will begin at dusk on Saturday November 20, 2021 and will end at dawn on Saturday January 2, 2022


------->LISTS THREAD<-------



PLEASE KEEP THE DISCUSSION TO THIS THREAD

Enjoy the Horror Movie Challenge and I Look Forward to All Participants!


CHECKLIST

Spoiler:
--- Watch a Thanksgiving movie:
--- Watch a Thanksgiving TV episode:
--- Watch a Thanksgiving special:
--- Watch something animated about Thanksgiving:

--- Watch a Christmas movie:
--- Watch a Christmas TV episode:
--- Watch a Christmas special:
--- Watch something animated about Christmas:
--- Watch some version of A Christmas Carol:

--- Watch a New Year's movie.
--- Watch a New Year's TV episode.
--- Watch a New Year's special:
--- Watch something animated about New Year's:

Choose 5 of the Below:
--- 1920s:
--- 1930s:
--- 1940s:
--- 1950s:
--- 1960s:
--- 1970s:
--- 1980s:
--- 1990s:
--- 2000s:
--- 2010s:
--- 2020s:
--- Watch a Film From the Year You Were Born:

Choose 5 of the Below:
--- Watch the MST3K version of a film/show.
--- Watch a film/show and its remake:
--- Watch a film/show based on or turned into a video game. -
--- Watch a film/show based on a novel:
--- Watch a silent film.
--- Watch a film/show with commentary.
--- Watch a film/show that takes place in space.
--- Watch a film/show that takes place on or under the sea.

Choose 8 of the Below:
--- Protagonist who attends a party that you wish you could have attended
--- Protagonist who experiences crisis of faith at holiday
--- Protagonist who gets arrested
--- Protagonist who has the spirit of the holiday taught (or re-taught) to them or teaches (or re-teaches) the spirit of the holiday to someone else
--- Protagonist who is a child
--- Protagonist who is a Person of Color
--- Protagonist who is an orphan or who adopts an orphan
--- Protagonist who just moved to another place before the holiday or is moving away from home after the holiday
--- Protagonist who is LGBTQ
--- Protagonist who lives/works at the North Pole (including Santa Claus)
--- Protagonist who pretends to be somebody else (excluding Santa Claus, unless the story contains a "real" Santa Claus)
--- Protagonist who ruins holiday celebration for others
--- Protagonist whose holiday is set at least 100 years ago (1921 or earlier this year)
--- Protagonist whose holiday is spent with a dysfunctional family or without family
--- Protagonist whose holiday is their last with a loved one or their first since a loved one died

Choose 5 of the Below:
--- Watch a film/ show filmed in Canada
--- Watch a Christmas variety show/ animated special from the 1970s
--- Watch a film/show on Hallmark Channel
--- Watch a holiday musical (e.g. Holiday Inn, White Christmas)
--- Watch a film/ show that features a competition (cooking, skating, etc)
--- Watch a film/ show where someone sings a Christmas carol
--- Watch a film/ show where someone's boyfriend is secretly a prince/ Santa
--- Watch a film/show where a character is an angel
--- Watch a documentary about the history of a holiday (e.g., Lucy Worsley's 12 Days of Tudor Christmas, The Real History of Thanksgiving)

Choose 3 of the Below:
--- G:
--- PG:
--- PG-13:
--- R:
--- Unrated:

OPTIONIAL:
---Watch a film/show about holiday cooking (e.g. Alton Brown, Unwrapped)
--- Watch something Charlie Brown:
--- Watch something Garfield:
--- Watch an Oscar Winner:
--- Watch "It's a Wonderful Life", "A Christmas Story", National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation" OR some version of "Miracle on 34th Street"

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11-23-21, 11:00 AM
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I am a Giveaway Monster and my hunger was not satiated with the Horror Movie Challenge. So I am going to be giving away prize packs to participants all Challenge long! They are mostly going to consist of MVD, although there will be stuff like an "exploitation" bundle, TV bundle, etc.

I will be choosing at random, although for that exploitation bundle, you have to "opt in" and tell me you'd like to be considered for it, because I know that isn't everyone's cup of tea.
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That's right everyone, I am back! After a couple years break, I am excited to return as the host of the Holiday Challenge. I needed to come back to this, this challenge has always and will always be my baby. And with the full support of shadokitty, I have returned to the helm.

Can anyone think of more things to add to the checklist for this year?
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Welcome back Davey etc!
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I know there are many who object to how early the holidays seem to start each year. But my Walmart has already had their trees out several days at least, so I've been wating for this thread to appear.

Glad to have our esteemed OP back!
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The Lowes by me had Halloween down to two 8 foot sections in the middle of September while having Christmas at around 10 with another 100' of fake trees set up
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Welcome back, I didn’t participate last year either but I’ll try and put a list together this year.
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Too soon... j/k, welcome back!
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Looking forward to it!
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I'm in! I plan to go right from the October horror challenge Hallmark Christmas movies.
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Hey everyone!

I'd really like to beef up the CHECKLIST this year. I'm having a hard time coming up with anything new, does anyone have any ideas?
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I'd really like to beef up the CHECKLIST this year. I'm having a hard time coming up with anything new, does anyone have any ideas?
I just found out about this Norweigian disaster flick set over Christmas. It's definitely going on my list this year:
Amazon Amazon

For Bruce Campbell fans, or music fans, this new movie looks intriguing:
https://www.hallmarkmoviesandmysteri...december-night

There are something like 147 new holiday movies and holiday specials coming out. I tend to gorge on the new Hallmark, but if that's not your cuppa, here are lots of other things n this list:
https://sleepykittypaws.tumblr.com/p...iday-premieres

and another list from People magazine
https://people.com/tv/tv-christmas-m...-holiday-2021/

Netflix has great stuff premiering. I'm excited about Single All the Way
https://ew.com/tv/netflix-holiday-mo...l-tv-schedule/



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Looking forward to some holiday cheer. I might even watch some Hallmark movies ahead of time. Iíve been struggling lately, and this might lift my mood and heart.
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I don't have much in mind at this point. I'll do my annual Christmas Eve into Christmas morning marathon of A Christmas Carol adaptations, of course. I'm curious enough about the Home Alone reboot that I'll check it out. I hated the LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special and Noel, so Disney+ is down to their last strike with me for holiday fare. Also, I've decided to make New Year's cards this year instead of my annual Christmas cards, so I think I might try to focus on finding some New Year's Eve-centric movies.
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I don't have much in mind at this point. I'll do my annual Christmas Eve into Christmas morning marathon of A Christmas Carol adaptations, of course.
That sounds like a lot of fun, I can't believe I never thought about doing this. Might have to give it a try this year.

My Christmas Eve ritual is Scrooged followed by Christmas Vacation. I try to watch those on Christmas Eve.
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I just saw that Rod Serling's A Carol for Another Christmas (1964) was added to HBO Max today. Never even heard of it, will definitely have to watch this.
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That sounds like a lot of fun, I can't believe I never thought about doing this. Might have to give it a try this year.

My Christmas Eve ritual is Scrooged followed by Christmas Vacation. I try to watch those on Christmas Eve.
It would be an understatement to say I love A Christmas Carol. It's very likely my favorite book of all time. In 2013, I got the idea to stay up and watch what I regard as the five definitive versions: 1935 (Seymour Hicks); 1938 (Reginald Owen); 1951 (Alistair Sim); 1984 (George C. Scott); and 1999 (Patrick Stewart). In 2014 I did watch several versions but they were spaced out through the month and, oddly, none on Christmas Eve or Day. From 2015 onward, though, I have watched at least one variation on Christmas Eve or Christmas. It's prompted me to grow my library. I never thought I'd own a Barbie DVD, but they put her in a version of it that I ended up actually digging. Earlier this year, I bought a DVD of Passions of Carol, a 1975 adult film version. That's in this year's lineup!

Incidentally, I highly recommend Fred Guida's excellent book, "A Christmas Carol" and Its Adaptations: A Critical Examination of Dickens' Story and Its Productions on Screen and Television. It is a comprehensive index of all manner of adaptations.
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Welcome back Davey! I think the list needs boosting up too. Unfortunately, I have no ideas for you! Maybe add a category for the Hallmark Channel?
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I'd add watch something Disney to the checklist, maybe watch a Holiday variety special.
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I'd swap out

--- Watch the MST3K version of a film/show.

--- Watch a film/show and its remake:
--- Watch a film/show based on or turned into a video game. -
--- Watch a film/show based on a novel:
--- Watch a silent film.
--- Watch a film/show with commentary.
--- Watch a film/show that takes place in space.
--- Watch a film/show that takes place on or under the sea.

For these:
--Watch a film/ show filmed in Canada
--Watch a Christmas variety show/ animated special from the 1970s
--Watch a film/show on Hallmark Channel
--Watch a holiday musical (e.g. Holiday Inn, White Christmas)
--Watch a film/ show that features a competition (cooking, skating, etc)
--Watch a film/ show where someone sings a Christmas carol
--Watch a film/ show where someone's boyfriend is secretly a prince/ Santa
--Watch a film/show about holiday cooking (e.g. Alton Brown, Unwrapped)
--Watch a film/show where a character is an angel
--Watch a documentary about the history of a holiday (e.g., Lucy Worsley's 12 Days of Tudor Christmas, The Real History of Thanksgiving)

Actors/Actresses
--Dean Cain
--June Foray
--Paul Frees
--Bailee Madison
--Bing Crosby
--Joey Lawence
--Lacey Chabert

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Checklist proposals:

Create Genres subsection. Perhaps 5/11?
--- Action/Adventure
--- Comedy
--- Crime
--- Documentary
--- Drama
--- Fantasy
--- Horror
--- Romance
--- Science-Fiction
--- War
--- Western

Eliminate "something animated" from the Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's subsections.

Create Milieus subsection. Perhaps 3/8?
--- Animated
--- Exploitation
--- Foreign language
--- Musical
--- Reality TV (including competition shows)
--- Short film
--- Silent film
--- Variety show/concert special

Add Hanukkah and Kwanzaa to the checklist. Their pools are too small to make mandatory, but perhaps as optional?

Eliminate Rating subsection.

Add Protagonists subsection. Films/shows/specials/shorts about the following. Perhaps 8/15?
--- Protagonist who attends a party that you wish you could have attended
--- Protagonist who experiences crisis of faith at holiday
--- Protagonist who gets arrested
--- Protagonist who has the spirit of the holiday taught (or re-taught) to them or teaches (or re-teaches) the spirit of the holiday to someone else
--- Protagonist who is a child
--- Protagonist who is a Person of Color
--- Protagonist who is an orphan or who adopts an orphan
--- Protagonist who just moved to another place before the holiday or is moving away from home after the holiday
--- Protagonist who is LGBTQ
--- Protagonist who lives/works at the North Pole (including Santa Claus)
--- Protagonist who pretends to be somebody else (excluding Santa Claus, unless the story contains a "real" Santa Claus)
--- Protagonist who ruins holiday celebration for others
--- Protagonist whose holiday is set at least 100 years ago (1921 or earlier this year)
--- Protagonist whose holiday is spent with a dysfunctional family or without family
--- Protagonist whose holiday is their last with a loved one or their first since a loved one died
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- based on a video game
- takes place in space
- silent film

These all seem suspect to me for holiday viewing.
I second Travis's suggestion of "genres", and I like his "protagonist" suggestions too. Also Hanukkah and Kwanzaa (never watched a film based on that, so it's interesting)
What about "from 4 different countries"?
I like the idea of networks - Netflix, Hallmark, GAC, Hulu, Amazon Original, but I get that we don't want to force people to spend money to subscribe to things. Perhaps a category that's more broad like "Watch a holiday movie on 5 different networks" so people can use whatever they subscribe to or just channels on cable.

By the way, I watched LOVE HARD on Netflix last night and gave it a 10/10. Definitely recommended for your holiday viewing (if you like romantic comedies).
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I agree with the idea of not specifying certain services or networks. E.g., there could be a category of made-for-TV movie rather than specifically Hallmark. I watch Hallmark myself, but Lifetime, GAC, etc. are along the same lines and would fit the check JJís as well.
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If we do "genres", you could add disaster movies. There are at least a few Christmas disaster movies which are quite fun.

This lists a few:
https://www.cinelinx.com/movie-news/...vies-to-enjoy/
Christmas TV History: Holiday Horror/Disaster Movies

The new "Tunnel" Dutch film takes place at Christmas as well.
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I 100% refuse to “watch something Garfield,” so I may disqualify myself. 🤮




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I 100% refuse to “watch something Garfield,” so I may disqualify myself. 🤮


Just ignore the checklist and you'll be OK... I've stopped using them with the challenges. I'd rather just watch what I want as I enjoy myself more when I'm not worrying about checking things off. The plus is I'm not watching anything I just plain dislike for a checklist item.
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