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Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Holiday Gift Guide: Cinedigm introduces Holiday DVDs {#holidaygiftguide, #giveaway}

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The weather outside is frightful, but inside it is delightful when we are cozy and enjoying holiday DVDs!    This holiday season, Cinedigm is sharing festive DVDs to help put us into the spirit of the season.

The Secret World of Santa - Elves in Toyland

Includes 13 episodes for a countdown to Christmas, Days 1 - 13

Curious what Santa Claus, his nine flying reindeer and the Elves do the other 364 days of the year?  In this nonstop adventure, Santa and his team are on the search for perfect toys for all the boys and girls on his Nice List.  After sleighing around the real world, they journey into a place full of magic.  There, they discover the evil Gruzzlebeard has cast a spell on all the toys, making them come to life.  With Christmas rapidly approaching, Santa and the Elves must undo this evil spell before it's too late.

The Secret World of Santa - A Present for Santa

Countdown to Christmas Days 14 - 25  

There's only one person on the planet who never receives any presents on Christmas - Santa Claus.  That changes when the children from a nearby village meet with the Elves and work together to make Santa a gift.  While they are working hard, the evil Gruzzlebeard unleashes two hungry termites on Santa's house, and they almost succeed at heating it all.  Just before they are captured, the termites eat Santa's special suit that comes with magical powers.  Feeling distressed, Santa awakes to a big present outside, courtesy of the children, who had their special gift planned when hope was almost lost. 

The Hive - A Very Buzzbee Christmas

Ten episodes as seen on Disney Junior

Welcome to Honeybee Hive.  Meet the Bee Family: Pappa Bee, Mamma Bee, Buzzbee, Rubee and Babee.  They are just like any other family, except they are tiny, stripy and buzz around in the sky.  Let the festivities begin.  The whole Hive takes part in Honeydew Farm's Harvest Festival of Light and Buzzbee even learns how to make a Snowbee while awaiting the arrival of Pappa Christmas during the most magical time of the year.  



Enjoy these fun DVDs with your family this holiday season.  They are sure to become well loved, treasured and watched over and over throughout the years.   

They are an priced between $13.00 - $15.00 (US) and available at local retailers.   These are sweet DVDs to watch and share with young children, and would be great stocking stuffers. 


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16 comments:

Heidi Carlson-Reid said...

We love watching holiday movies together leading up to Christmas! It is such a joy!

Debbie said...

We enjoy road trips and seeing all the lights
(Debbie W)

natasha severson said...

movies, and we open one present up on christmas eve

Kristie said...

We enjoy picking out a tree and cutting it down together.

Tammy D said...

We love to watch holidays movies together and make sugar cookies on christmas eve together!!!

Andrea said...

We read christmas stories, watch christmas specials on tv, and bake cookies

josiefiorda said...

baking cookies with my mom

Christy Martin said...

Baking, watching Christmas movies and eating! This would be great for xmas 2014!

Samorjj said...

Going to the Christmas tree farm to pick our tree and mailing Santa letters on Dec 1st

Anna .w said...

We like to go to a farm and cut down our Christmas tree and also go watch the Santa Claus Parade in our city. It's always freezing out but when the kids see Santa it is all worth it!

Judy C said...

We spend a day baking and follow it by an evening of Christmas movies.

Judy C said...

We spend a day baking and follow it by an evening of Christmas movies. (Judy Cowan)

Michelle B said...

We enjoy watching the Santa Claus parade together as a family, and afterwards we go for a drive and see
all the Christmas lights.

Juliee said...

We always watch How the Grinch Stole Christmas the cartoon one

robynl said...

looking at the lights on the decorated houses and watching movies plus listening to the Christmas carols on the Yuletide Fireplace station.

Angela M said...

We watch Elf together every year and make a Gingerbread House.