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    Sky Movies Announce Bumper Festive Line-Up

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      Sky Movies Announce Bumper Festive Line-Up

      Sky Movies Announce Bumper Festive Line-Up

      From the biggest movies of the year to all-time festive favourites, as well as new and exclusive content, Sky Movies announces a bumper line-up for all the family to enjoy this Christmas.

      Continuing to bring customers more of the biggest box office hits twelve months before any other TV or streaming subscription service, all of the family can enjoy the magic of Disney’s musical phenomenon Frozen, as it premieres on the service alongside The Lego Movie and Muppets Most Wanted as well as action-packed blockbusters Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Noah on Sky Movies this Christmas.

      Also premiering on Sky Movies Disney this Christmas is Toy Story That Time Forgot, a brand new festive TV special featuring all of the favourite characters from the Toy Story films. To celebrate the arrival of Buzz and Woody’s brand new adventure, Sky Movies Disney becomes home to a Toy Story and Disney•Pixar takeover weekend on Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 December.

      As well as the latest and greatest releases, Sky Movies customers can get their festive fix wherever and whenever they want as Sky Movies Christmas returns from 7 November with a bumper selection of Christmas movies including Home Alone, Elf, Miracle On 34th Street, Love Actually, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, Die Hard, Gremlins and Bad Santa.

      Customers will also be able to enjoy a Snow Day whatever the weather this Christmas with a collection of snowy-set movies including Snow Day, Groundhog Day, 101 Dalmatians, Die Hard 2, The Day After Tomorrow, March Of The Penguins and Cold Mountain all On Demand and on Sky Movies Greats on Tuesday 2 December.

      And with over 1,000 movies available On Demand, from rom coms to thrillers, musicals to sci fi – and everything in between, Sky Movies customers can continue to enjoy great movies whenever they want this Christmas.

      Ian Lewis, Director of Sky Movies, commented: “We’re committed to offering our customers the very best entertainment and flexibility over when and how they enjoy it all year round; we know family time is especially precious at Christmas and with UK TV premieres of Frozen, The Lego Movie and Toy Story That Time Forgot on the service, we hope customers will enjoy discovering the latest and greatest movies together, as well as revisiting festive classics on Sky Movies Christmas.”

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      Re: Sky Movies Announce Bumper Festive Line-Up

      I don't know about anyone else but many films that should be appearing on Sky Movies appear to go from Box Office to Sky Store without ever appearing on the movie channels . As far as I'm aware Silent Hill: Revelation (for example) has never been on the movie channels .



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