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The 10 Best Christmas Movies For Atheists

10. Black Christmas
The story is about a sorority house in the seventies that is terrorized by a strange man who makes scary phone calls and then murders the girls shortly before christmas.
Genre: Mystery, Horror


9. Edward Scissorhands
Edward is a young man who happens to have scissors for hands. He is taken in by a smalltown family and falls in love with a teenage girl.
Genre: Drama, Romance, Fantasy


8. Die Hard
The wife of officer John McClane is taken hostage by a German terrorist during a Christmas party in Los Angeles. He is trying to save her and several others.
Genre: Action, Thriller


7. Batman Returns
Christmas comes to Gotham and the supervillain Pinguin wants to take over the city as well as Catwoman. Only Batman can stop them.
Genre: Action


6. The Godfather
At Christmastime in 1945 the patriarch of an organized crime dynasty gives the control of his empire to his son.
Genre: Crime, Drama


5. Saint (“Sint”)
A movie from the Netherlands in which St. Nicholas is a murderous bishop who takes and kills children on December 5.
Genre: Horror


4. How the Grinch Stole Christmas
The name says it all. A creature named the Grinch is trying to steal Christmas from the city of Whoville.
Genre: Comedy, Fantasy 


3. In Bruges
At Christmas two hitmen await orders from their merciless boss in the city of Bruges after a job has gone wrong.
Genre: Crime, Drama, Black Comedy


2. Gremlins
A kid gets a new pet and breaks the three important rules concerning this pet which leads to the invasion of mischievous monsters in a small town.
Genre: Comedy, Horror


1. Bad Santa
Two conmen rob malls on Christmas Eve until one of them meets a young boy and he rethinks his miserable life.
Genre: Comedy, Drama



1 Comment on The 10 Best Christmas Movies For Atheists

  1. Reblogged this on From Comics To Politics and commented:

    For people who don’t like cheesy or classic christmas movies 😉


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