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Soul Warming Black Christmas Movies (New and Old)

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The holiday season is here, and there’s nothing quite like curling up on the couch with a heated blanket (maybe some eggnog) and a great Christmas movie. This year, we’ve compiled a list of both new releases and classic holiday films to watch this holiday season.

New Black Christmas Movies Worth a Watch:


Starting with the new releases, we have Momma Said Come Home For Christmas“, a heartwarming story that explores family values and the spirit of the holiday season.


If you are more into fairytales with a modern spin, “He Who Findeth: A Cinderella Christmas Tale” is a must-watch. This twist on the traditional Cinderella story incorporates the charm and magic of Christmas, making it an enchanting festive movie to watch with the girls.


For a wildcard, ‘it’s time to sleigh’ with “Hot Girl Winter.” Playing off of ‘Hot Girl Summer,’ this movie breaks the traditional holiday movie mold and brings a unique and fun storyline to the Christmas movie genre.

Classic Christmas Movies That Never Get Old


If you’re not looking to rock the sleigh with something new, classic Christmas movies have a way of warming our hearts, making us laugh, and reminding us of the magic of the season year after year. Here are a few timeless classics that never get old and continue to bring joy every Christmas season.

You might think Jingle Jangle: A Christmas Journey is too young to be considered a “classic,” but the impressive screenwriting, engaging storyline, and captivating cinematography make it a movie that will stand the test of time. It’s a magical tale of family, adventure, and holiday spirit that will surely become a staple in your Christmas movie rotation.


Next up is “This Christmas” (2007). This family drama filled with love, laughter, and holiday cheer continues to touch the hearts of viewers every holiday season. Its engaging plot and relatable characters make it a film that is worth revisiting every year.


The Preacher’s Wife” is another timeless classic. With its uplifting storyline and powerful performances, this movie delivers a beautiful message of faith and love that resonates with the Christmas spirit.


The Best Man Holiday” is a film that masterfully blends drama, comedy, and holiday cheer. This movie exemplifies the true spirit of Christmas – friendship, love, forgiveness, and unity.


Next, we have “Black Nativity,” a musical drama that beautifully narrates a touching and inspiring story. Its combination of music, drama, and holiday spirit creates a unique viewing experience that will surely leave you in the Christmas mood.


What would the Christmas season be without “Friday After Next”? It might not be your traditional Christmas theme but the Christmas setting is really all that’s needed to get you in the holiday spirit.


Our list would not be complete without The Queen…Latifah that is. “Last Holiday” is a good one if you want ‘all the feels’ this holiday season.


Remember, these are just a few selections from the vast array of Black holiday films available. Whether you prefer new releases or classic movies, there’s something for everyone this Christmas season. So, grab your popcorn, get cozy, and enjoy these festive films.

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