December, the time for some fun and frolic - except that it's too cold outside. "Netflix and chill" is the best escape from spending time with annoying relatives or gift shopping. 'Tis the season to be jolly, and we wouldn't let you sulk. Come and join this fun escapade of the best Christmas films on Netflix that's wrapped up and placed under your tree!

How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000)

Based on the 1957 story of Dr. Seuss, The Grinch stars the elastic man: Jim Carrey. The remarkable production will take you by storm, recreating every detail of Whoville.

The fiend and his mates learn a lot about being human, as Little Cindy Who and her family melt his heart, with a dash of kindness.

A Christmas Kiss (2011)

Kissing your boss's fiance isn't the most appropriate thing to do, until you're ready for some cheesiness that makes up for a sweet rom-com. Getting stuck in an elevator with a dashing stranger is not a curse after all.

Black Mirror's "White Christmas" (2014)

At nearly twice the duration of a usual Black Mirror episode, Charlie Brooker's 73-minute Christmas special has more time to kill. He manages this, by splitting up the running time into three tales of tehno-paranoia. Make sure you leave your optimism at the door.

Home Alone (1990)

The highly successful and beloved family comedy, where Kevin is left behind by his family that's off to vacation in France in the holiday season.

It's a slapsticky, Deniss the Menace-esque greeting card of a film.

The Polar Express (2004)

The film revolves around Billy, who longs to believe that Santa Claus does exist. Eventually, a mysterious train visits him in the middle of the night that promises to confirm his beliefs. The train's conductor (Tom Hanks) promises to turn Billy's crisis in faith into an extraordinary journey of self-discovery to the North Pole.

Get Santa (2014)

This film is about balancing melancholy and joy. After Santa gets arrested for trespassing, it's up to a father-son team to get Santa's sleigh repaired and help him go back home. Surprisingly enough, this film is more appealing to the adults than the kids.

Tree Man (2016)

Every Christmas, hundreds of tree sellers from across North America descend on the streets of New York to ply their trade.

This documentary is about Francois, a father of three who comes down to Mahattan every holiday season and endures the adversity of living out of vans and cars.

A Very Murray Christmas (2015)

Bill Murray's holiday special is every bit of the old-fashioned variety show. With George Clooney, Chris Rock, Miley Cyrus, Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, Rashida Jones, and Paul Shaffer, they will succeed at making your Christmas Eve seem like a star-studded night of karaoke.

Uncle Nick (2015)

"Nothing ruins Christmas like family." The film is about the drunken inappropriate uncle who's mission to make the holiday season more colorful. More of an "Anti-Christmas film", Uncle Nick is an absolute rib-tickler.

Happy Holidays!