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IT’S CHRISTMAAAAS! And what better way to kick off the holiday season than by watching CHRISTIAN Christmas movies? Over the years, Kevin has braved the unrelenting cold of subpar writing and acting to bring us memorable reviews we can enjoy for years to come. Check out his Top 5 Christmas MovieNight Reviews, and keep your eyes on his YouTube channel for this year’s latest additions!

1. Saving Christmas

After receiving many requests, Kevin checks out Kirk Cameron’s infamously bad Christmas flick in his first-ever Christmas MovieNight! Could this be the controversial, brave Christian movie that encourages fundamentalists to lighten up and have fun and that’s why it’s considered a bad movie? Discover the truth with Kevin as he watches Saving Christmas!

2. Christmas with a Capital C

What do you get when you mix Pure Flix, Brad Stine, and Daniel Baldwin? A movie about the American right to “keep Christ in Christmas!” Sounds like your typical First-World persecution complex film, right? But what if there’s actually more to it? Find out in Kevin’s review of Christmas with a Capital C!

3. The Christmas Shoes

Kevin gets in the spirit of Christmas (shoes) as he reviews the Hallmark-esque movie based on the Christmas song he wishes would stop coming back to manipulatively tug at our heartstrings each year: The Christmas Shoes. The movie stars Rob Lowe, so, if for no other reason, grab your popcorn tin and settle in to watch his familiar face with Kevin!

4. A Christmas Journey

Did you know that, before he made the beloved creepy animatronic videogame “Five Nights at Freddy’s,” animator Scott Cawthorn created Christian kid content? Well, he did! Kevin watches his Christmas episode to find out if his animation is as horrifying as Donkie Ollie’s. Merry(?) Christmas!

5. Wish for Christmas

What happens when a teenaged mean girl wishes her parents weren’t Christians so she could skip Christmas Eve service and go to her school’s winter ball instead? Find out with Kevin as he reviews Wish for Christmas! Yes, it’s called “Wish for Christmas” – not “A Wish for Christmas” or “The Wish for Christmas”…

Loved these Christmas MovieNights and want to see Kevin’s latest? Well, then check out his review of the SEQUEL to The Christmas ShoesThe Christmas Blessing!

Lilia Cosavalente

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