Everybody has their own holiday traditions. They are part of what makes the holidays the holidays, and repeating these little customs give meaning to the coldest and darkest days of the year.
And as it gets darker and colder outside, there’s no better time to put your brand new 4K TV to use, even if it means you have to unwrap it and give it to your family a little early this year. It will be well worth it when you get to spend time counting down to the holidays with some holiday classics!
So, grab that eggnog, sip some cider, or just cuddle up next to your loved ones, and get ready to revisit some of your favorite holiday films, this time in stunning 4K.
Dr. Suess’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas
When it comes to the holidays, you always want to make sure to leave some time for the grumpy, downtrodden, and Scrooge-like characters. Jim Carrey stars as the titular Grinch in this live action remake of the classic animated holiday film. Get ready to visit Whoville, to sing along with Cindy, and to fall in love with the small-hearted green Grinchy poo himself.
Of course, you can’t visit Whoville in 4K without a 4K TV and player, and if you are ready to finally upgrade to this modern video standard, stop in! We’ll help you find a deal that would even turn the Grinch’s frown upside down.
Peanuts Holiday Collection Deluxe Edition
Nobody just wants to eat just one peanut when they could have a whole handful, right? So, why would you want to watch just one “Peanuts” movie when you could watch a whole bunch of them?
This 4K movie collection spans not just one holiday, either. You’ll get three holidays covered all with one set. Get ready to watch “It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown,” “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving,” and “A Charlie Brown Christmas” all in Ultra-HD. That’s three movies, three holidays, and three more instant family traditions in the making. Good grief.
Bad Santa 2
Hide the kids for this one. Billy Bob Thorton’s R-rated romp isn’t going to become a family favorite, at least not if you have little ones in your family.
Instead, maybe wait until the kids fall asleep and are tucked into their beds before putting this one on. Grab some hot cider – maybe a glass of wine or two – and enjoy a trip to the raunchier and darker side of the holidays. Tony Cox, Kathy Bates, and Christina Hendricks also join in the fun.
The holidays are a time for family, and nothing brings the family together like sitting down to enjoy a good movie together. But if you are finding that you are just aren’t happy with the picture quality of your TV, then it’s probably time to upgrade.
Of course, you wouldn’t want to bring home a TV for the family that isn’t giving everybody the best viewing experience. Our knowledgeable experts will help you pick out the best set for your living room, no matter your space or budget needs!