#1. Favourite Classic Christmas Film
It's a Wonderful Life (1946). It's a classic for a reason.
#2. Childhood Favourite
Miracle on 34th Street (1994).
#3. Christmas Film That Never Gets Old
A Mom For Christmas (1990). A little girl wishes for a mum, and a store mannequin comes to life - cue lots of cute and zany antics.
#4. Most Overrated Christmas Film
Love Actually (2003). I mean, it's good - but it's not that good.
#5. Most Underrated Christmas Film
All I Want For Christmas (1991). Cute kids almost destroying and then saving Christmas. What more could you want?
#6. Most Heartwarming Christmas Film
Nativity! (2009). Very sweet film about a school nativity.
#7. Best Christmas TV Special
Steptoe and Son - 'A Perfect Christmas' (1974). One of the best episodes; you can watch it on YouTube.
#8. The 'Why Was This Made??' Christmas Film
#9. Favourite Unconventional Christmas Film
The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993). Something a little bit different!
#10. Christmas Film Based on a Book
The Greatest Store in the World (1999). Based on the book by Alex Shearer, this is a really fun film with lots of familiar faces, including the current Dr Who!
#11. Your Partner's Favourite Christmas Film
The Muppet Christmas Carol (1992). I'm not much a of a Muppet's fan, but I'll watch it for Anthony's sake...
#12. Favourite Christmas Horror Film
A Christmas Carol (1984). This isn't an actual horror film. It is, in fact, my mum's favourite Christmas movie. It's just that it also happens to be bloody terrifying! This film's version of Jacob Marley's ghost, along with the ghost of Christmas Future, have haunted me since I was about eight years old.
#13. Saddest Christmas Film
Miracle at Christmas: Ebbie's Story (1995). This Christmas Carol variation is a mid 1990s made for TV movie placing Ebbie, the Scrooge character, as a cold department store owner. But she didn't start out that way...
#14. Favourite Animated Christmas Film
#15. Best Christmas Romance
The Holiday (2006). Frothy and fun.
#16. Best Christmas Film Sequel
Santa Clause 2 (2002). Most sequels suck, it's true, but this one really does buck the trend.
#17. Favourite Comedy Christmas Film
Jingle All The Way (1996). I love all of Arnie's comedy films.
A Trap For Santa (1909). In this early Christmas film the children know that Santa will have to come through their living room window, so they set a trap for him - and end up catching their own absentee father. I could easily see that as a modern Christmas film plot.
#19. Christmas Film You Want To See
Krampus (2015). It looks like something I'd enjoy.
#20. Favourite New Christmas Film
Get Santa (2014). We went to see this when I was about a week overdue with Marianna - I was kind of hoping the loud speakers might get things moving. They didn't, but I did enjoy the film.
#21. 'So Bad It's Good' Christmas Film
Holiday In Handcuffs (2007). Melissa Joan Hart loses it a bit and kidnaps a stranger to be her date for a family Christmas. It's bad... and yet it's still kind of good.
#22. Christmas Carol Variation
A Diva's Christmas Carol (2000). This is a great take on the classic tale.
#23. Least Favourite Christmas Film
I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus (2001). This is a dreadful film, and doesn't even have a nice message - the kid is a git the whole way through.
#24. Best Made For TV Film
The Snowman (1982). Who doesn't love it?
#25. All Time Favourite Christmas Film
Home Alone (1990). It's just the best.