Enter SideReel's 25 Days of Christmas Prize Pack Giveaway! - Featured (CLOSED)

It's the holiday season, and while not a lot of your favorite TV shows are airing, there sure is a lot of holiday cheer in the air on ABC Family with their 20th year of 25 Days of Christmas!


This giveaway is now closed. Stay tuned for the announcement of the winner.


This event features over 200 hours of holiday-themed entertainment for the whole family from December 1-25 - the biggest cable programming event of the year. Viewers will celebrate the season with an all-new original movie, specials and, of course, the return of Christmas favorites during primetime, as well as weekend holiday marathons every Saturday and Sunday.


Check out the full program guide, plus videos, games, and other special features:

25 Days of Christmas Programming Highlights

25 Days of Christmas on abcfamily.com


To give some extra holiday cheer and celebration to this special event, we have a great prize pack to give away including:

*25 Days of Christmas soundtrack

*Holiday original movie DVD

*Blanket

*Scarf

*Large-sized reusable grocery bag


To enter for a chance to win, comment on this post telling us what your favorite holiday or family movie is and why it warms you from head to toe to watch from year to year or why a new movie is now your holiday fav!


For a little inspiration, here are some included in ABC Family's dose of holiday cheer:


Miracle on 34th Street

The Polar Express

Santa Clause 2

Happy Feet

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

The Chronicles Of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Meet the Robinsons


The winner will be selected and notified via e-mail on Monday, December 21st. Sorry, but U.S. entrants only can be selected as the winner.


This giveaway is now closed. Stay tuned for the announcement of the winner.


Giveaway and photo courtesy of ABC Family and New Media Strategies

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Dec 18, 2009 1:34PM EST

My favorite is A Christmas Story. It's a classic funny movie that never gets old and a great way to celebrate Christmas Cheer!

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Dec 20, 2009 4:29AM EST

My favorite holiday movie is Rudolph's Shiny New Year. Its an oldy but a goody. I love how it transitions from Christmas to the New Year and its one of the only holiday movies that gets me in a cheery mood.

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Dec 20, 2009 4:43AM EST

I've always been a fan of "It's a Wonderful Life," because it reminds you what's really important in life.

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Dec 20, 2009 4:48AM EST

My favorite would have to be Frosty the Snowman. Its a classic and i love how if you believe in something anything is possible. Its been a tradition in my family to watch Frosty and Rudolph for many many years, i can remember watching those with my dad and mom and now the tradition has been passed to me and my 2 year old daughter watching it. Nothing gets me in the Christmas spirit more now than to watch those shows and hear her say Frosty mama, and santa claus mommy..

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Dec 20, 2009 9:22AM EST

My favorite Christmas movie is Elf. I love Will Ferrell and he cracks me up every time I watch this movie. It's destined to be a classic. Where families will enjoy it for years to come.

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Dec 20, 2009 10:26AM EST

My favourite christmas movie is A Christmas Story. Every christmas eve my whole family watches it together, and I love having this moment so much because it's one of the only times of year that we're all together just enjoying time as a family. Also because of the year round jokes my dad cracks about Scott Farkas and the Bumpas hounds.

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Dec 20, 2009 10:47AM EST

My favorite Christmas movie would have to be National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation. It's funny, entertaining, but also shows the true value of family, friends, and Christmas. I can watch it over and over again (which I have been) and never get tired of it!

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Dec 20, 2009 11:11AM EST

I love Happy Feet. It's a classic and funny story about overcoming individual differences and succeeding in spite of obstacles. It's the perfect winter family film that entertains the kids while teaching about the importance of being open-minded and looking past the differences between people. The dance moves in there are pretty awesome too! When our family watches it, it soon turns into a dance fest on the carpet and couch. And the dancing is accompanied by penguin voices.

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Dec 20, 2009 12:06PM EST

My Favorite Christmas Movie is The Christmas Story - It always puts me in the Christmas mood because my Dad and I watched it every year since I was born. and it warms me to think of all the good times I have had with my Dad even though I am older and don't see him a lot.

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Dec 20, 2009 2:00PM EST

My favorite Christmas movie is 'Scrooged' with Bill Murray. It's a modernized take on a classic tale that retains the same message with a hilarious and heartwarming story. This is one of those movies that I truly associate with good memories of past Christmases. It's very rare that a modernized classic will work as a movie but 'Scrooged' captures the message of selflessness and giving which is what Christmas should be about. It warms me from head to toe because of the message, and Bill Murray's amazing comedic timing.

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Dec 20, 2009 3:04PM EST

It's not exactly a Christmas movie, but I do love Mary Poppins. It's incorporates all movie genres in one film, including some incredibly catchy sing-a-long tunes that stay stuck in your head for days. My family and I used to watch this every holiday, (this at christmas, and the sound of music at easter). My sister and I loved to dance and sing as we watched and wished Julie Andrews would one day turn up on our doorstep and become our nanny! That was back in England, and now I have moved to the US, but will still watch for the sake of the good old times!

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Dec 20, 2009 3:10PM EST

A classic christmas movie that is watched by me and my family religously on christmas day is watching the film, A Christmas Story, directed by Bob Clark. My family are immigrated to this country in the early 80's and celebrating christmas here was such an important day because it made us appreciate the life we now have in this country. There is always fresh running water, tons of opportunities for employment and creating a better future for our future family. Looking back at my childhood, the film A Christmas Story, was a film that although my parents didnt understand the english language, they would still watch it with us, the children. As time progressed, the film could also be seen in spanish, and it brought so much merryment into our lives, because now they could verbally understand what was going on. We see it every christmas day, because it reminds us of how much family really means to us. And I am so glad that I have them in my life and that this film has become one of our little tradition that will continue until the day we pas and future generations will keep this tradition going.

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Dec 20, 2009 8:16PM EST

my favorite is a christmas story. i watched this movie every year with my great grandmother until she passed away. watching reminds me of her. and it's a great family movie that will always be played at christmas time.

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Dec 21, 2009 1:00AM EST

My favorite Christmas movie is definitely Borrowed Hearts. (old school!) I originally watched it because I loved Touched by an Angel and it was was like "Monica" (or Roma Downey) had a secret double life. It's like the perfect Christmas story. Cheesy enough to be adorable and hilarious, but not too cheesy. Plus even as a kid I loved the irony that someone else was the angel. I watch it every year when it's on ABC Family's 25 Days, and it kinda hurt my heart that I couldn't find it on anywhere this year. So now my goal is to find the DVD somewhere... :)

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Dec 21, 2009 1:18AM EST

My favorite Christmas movie is Home Alone. I love the antics McCauley Caulkin got into. He was such a cute minx and I loved his expresssions.

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