Christmas: The Nightmare before Christmas and Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer Halloween: ALL THE SCARY MOVIES!!! (Heck, I watch them year round. XD)
Hogfather and The Color of Magic are probably going to be my new Christmas movies, now, though, lmao. Both are hilarious. Hogfather's really deep, though, at points. I thought it was pretty...well...ballsy for it to say the things it was saying at certain points.
Halloween: Nightmare Before Christmas, Night of the Demons, Gegege no Kitaro, Killer Pad Thanksgiving: Great Yokai War, Inuyasha movies, Karate Kid 2, The Thanksgiving That Almost Wasn't, Tenchi Muyo Christmas: Sailor Moon: Hearts in Ice, Home Alone, Holiday Wishes, Grinch (both versions), Santa's Slay, Bleach: Diamond Dust Rebellion, A Christmas Carol (Jim Carrey version), Super Mario Christmas specials, Lifetime and Hallmark holiday specials, Ranma 1/2 Christmas
Halloween: A bunch of random horror movies from my collection
Christmas: Frosty the Snowman and Frosty Returns, How the Grinch Stole Christmas (both the original animated version and the Jim Carrey version),the stop-motion Rankin-Bass classics, The Nightmare before Christmas, A Year without a Santa Claus, Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol
Valentine's Day: Corpse Bride (one of the few romances I actually like XD)
I also watch the first few episodes of Futurama on New Year's Eve.
I know it has absolutely nothing to do with the holiday itself but I think I've watched The Lord of the Rings trilogy every Christmas since those movies came out. The whole holiday just doesn't feel right without them anymore...
Well, I like to watch the original Miracle on 34th Street, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Scrooge (the Albert Finny musical) for Christmas. I also watch The Best Years of Our Lives on New Years Day because that's when the networks in my area used to air it and it's a habit. Halloween? The networks usually accommodate me no matter what with Shaun of the Dead, but I throw in The Others and, this year, saw and enjoyed The Mist, so I wouldn't mind seeing it on next Halloween -- though it might remind me too much of what happened this year, now that I think on it.
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Halloween: The Crow, Scary Movie 3, Nightmare Before Christmas
Christmas/Hanukkah: 8 Crazy Nights, How the Grinch Stole Christmas (cartoon), A Christmas Story, Rudolph, and most important, Muppet Christmas Carol.
New Years Eve: Random movie that my friends or sister spick out, or "Labyrinth" as a default. Why "Labyrinth?" Because New Years is such a small, bland holiday, that the only item I can really associate with it's "theme" is glitter.
Thanksgiving: South Park Thanksgiving special, "Starvin' Marvin." Giant man-eating turkeys are the only thing I look forward to on this dull commercial break between Halloween and the Winter Holidays.
Passover: The 10 Commandments, on TV (oddly, I've never seen it from start to finish, though) And the Rugratz Passover special, if I can get a hold of it
July 4th: A few song numbers from 1776 when it airs on TV. I watched in the full way through once in class, at age 11, and to this day find it quite funny.