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A Hallmark Christmas (2015) Weekly – Reviews, Freebies & More!

Hallmark Weekly

Hi Friends,

Well, if you clicked on this post, that means you are a Hallmark Christmas movie enthusiast like me. I’ve been following up on Hallmark Christmas movies since 2007 with their annual “Countdown to Christmas” movie line-up. I watch holiday movies on other networks as well, such as Abc Family,  ION, UP & Lifetime, but none are more Christmassy and heartwarming as the ones found on Hallmark. I love Hallmark movies, even though the storylines are often very similar, sometimes very cheesy, but mostly really sweet. These are the movies you can rely on to keep the drama down to a minimum and always give you a happy ending. That’s why I love Hallmark movies so much.

So I thought, why not have a bit Hallmark fun week by week until Christmas, maybe even get to know some other Hallmarkies (I made that word up-Hallmark Channel lovers) like myself, as we enjoy the new 2015 Hallmark Christmas movie line-up.

New This Week

Hallmark Christmas Nov 7-8 Collage

Ice Sculpture Christmas – Hallmark Channel, Saturday,  November 7th, 8/7 c

Charming Christmas – Hallmark Channel , Sunday, November 8th, 8/7 c

Other Christmas Favorites

Annie Claus is Coming to Town -Nov 7th (12 A.M),

The Good Witch’s Gift- Nov 7th (2 A.M)

Christmas Song – Nov 7th (4 A.M)

Hats off to Christmas- Nov 7th (8 A.M), Nov 8th (12 A.M), Nov 11th (6 P.M)

Help For the Holidays – Nov 7th (4 P.M), Nov 8th (12 P.M)

Let It Snow – Nov 7th (6 P.M), Nov 8th (10 A.M)

Christmas Dance- Nov 8th (4 A.M), Nov 13th (2 P.M)

Love at the Thanksgiving Day Parade – Nov 8th (12 P.M), Nov 9th (2 A.M),

Moonlight & Mistletoe – Nov 9th (12 A.M, 4 P.M)

One Starry Christmas- Nov  11th (4 A.M, 2 P.M)

And much, much more- See this week’s full schedule here

Hallmark trivia

Quiz 1

1.) In the Hallmark 2006 Christmas movie “The Christmas Card,” the male romantic lead was a …..
a.) Doctor     b.) Fireman     c.) Soldier     d.) Prince

2.) Which Hallmark Christmas movie Lacey Chabert did not star in….
a.) A Royal Christmas    b.) Christmas Under Wraps     c.) Matchmaker Santa     d.) Family For Christmas

3.) Which Hallmark Christmas movie does this dialogue come from? “My Scarf is missing” “Are you sure you brought it with you?” “yes” “Then obviously God wanted someone else to have it”
a.) Angel in the Family    b.) Mrs. Miracle    c.) The Christmas Choir    4.) The Wishing Tree

4.) Which female lead starred in the 2012 Hallmark Christmas movie “A Christmas Song?”
a.) Natasha Henstridge     b.) Alicia Witt     c.) Anne Heche     d.) Lacey Chabert

5.) Which of the following Christmas movies are not a “Hallmark Hall of Fame” Christmas movie?
a.) One Christmas Eve      b.) A Season for Miracles      c.) Christmas with Holly    d.) Christmas in Canaan

6.) Which one of the following Hallmark Christmas movies did not feature someone related/family to the “real” Santa Claus?
a.) Farewell Mr. Kringle     b.) Anne Claus is Coming to Town     c.) Santa Jr     d.) Meet the Santas

7.) Which one of these Santa themed movies star Kevin Sorbo?
a.) The Santa Incident     b.) The Santa Suit     c.) Santa Switch     d.) Single Santa Seeks Mrs. Claus

8.) Which one of these movies’ story line entails a stormy night, a dying teenager, a pilot in a Santa suit, a lost pregnant woman and a grieving mother?
a.) A Season for Miracles     b.) The Christmas Heart     c.) Help For the Holidays     d.) Baby’s First Christmas

9.) Which one of these 2015 Hallmark Christmas movies star Candace Cameron Bure?
a.) Christmas Under Wraps    b.) The Truth About Christmas      c.) Charming Christmas     d.) A Christmas Detour

10.) Which other Hallmark movie from the following listed also starred Eric Mabius, other than those from the Signed, Sealed, Delivered movie series?
a.) How to Fall in Love     b.) The Note     c.) Chance at Romance     d.) Expecting a Miracle

Print Trivia     See Answers

movie thoughts


‘Tis The Season For Love

Premiered- Sunday, November 1st, Hallmark Channel

Starring- Sarah Lancaster

I’m not one to be a very harsh movie critic. When it comes to movies I’m quite easy to please. Keep it clean, tell a good story, make it at least two or three of these things in one movie- sweet, inspiring, heartfelt, thought-provoking, exciting, funny and/or an adventure, and give it a happy ending. See, not hard to please (lol).

Truth be told, this is one of those rare occasions when I found a Hallmark movie to be boring. Don’t get me wrong it had alot of heartfelt dialogue in it, but that’s just it, it felt like alot of talking, but nothing really in exciting or interesting really happens in the film. It was predictable, which is mostly the case with Hallmark movies, and usually I can live with that, but because I found this movie to be a bit of a bore, predictability did not help it much.

The chemistry between the two very good looking romantic leads was just okay, but nothing to make a big deal out of. The very handsome male lead did say two funny things in the film, that got a laugh out of my husband and I. Yes, I made him watch it with me. If you watched, you’d probably know those moments of laughter too.

My favorite part is when we got to hear a newspaper article written for the local newspaper by the female lead, that spoke about greatness. It made me cry (I do that easily).

My favorite quote from the movie was when the female lead ask her mother- “How do you really truly know that it is right?” and her mother replied:

“You Know because your heart tells you that it is (right) and your head shuts up”

Bonus Question

With all the Christmas decorations seen in the background of almost every scene in this Hallmark Channel’s 2015 Christmas movie ” ‘Tis the Season for Love,” which of the following Christmas decoration was seen in this film most?

a.) Toy Soldier        b.)  The Nutcracker     c.) Santa Claus    e.) Snowman

Be in the first four to comment the correct answer and win a free e-book copy of my Christmas poetry book “The Spirit of Christmas.”

made for t.v stars

tv stars 1

‘Tis the Season For Love” – Sarah Lancaster –  Chuck (NBC T.V Series- 2007-2012), Fir Crazy (Hallmark Channel-2013), Love Finds You in Sugarcreek (Up-2014), Looking For Mr. Right (Hallmark Channel- 2014), Along Came the Nanny (Hallmark Movies & Mysteries- 2014), Christmas in the Smokies (2015) and more.

Ice Sculpture Christmas– Rachel Boston- Holiday High School Reunion/Christmas Crush (Lifetime- 2012), Ring By Spring (Hallmark Channel- 2014), A Gift of Miracles (Hallmark Movies & Mysteries- 2015) and more.

Charming Christmas– Daniel Sutcliffe- Gilmore Girls (T.V Series- 2001-2007), Before I Say I Do (Hallmark Channel-2009), The Wish List (Hallmark Channel-2010), On Strike for Christmas (Lifetime-2013) and more.

Charming Christmas– Julie Benz-Uncorked (Hallmark-2009), Defiance (Syfy T.V Series- 2013-2014) and more.

free weekly downloads

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Hallmark Christmas 2015 Weekly (Week1)

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By |2017-02-22T13:17:55+00:00November 5th, 2015|Hallmark Christmas 2015 Weekly|11 Comments


  1. Crystal Green November 8, 2015 at 1:52 pm - Reply

    I love watching the Hallmark movies. This time of year is always fun to see what new movies they come out with. I have my recorder lined up to catch all that I can add right now of the Christmas movies.

    Thank you for linking up to the #SmallVictoriesSundayLinkup.

  2. Elizabeth @ Guilty Chocoholic Mama November 9, 2015 at 8:09 am - Reply

    Love this! I do some occasional work as a catering assistant, and the caterer I work for recently asked me about a job early in December…lots of rather tedious prep work of appetizers to serve 900 people! I told her I would do it…but only if I could watch Christmas movies while I worked. She said “of course” and told me she’d had to upgrade her satellite TV package to include the Hallmark channel so she could watch all their Christmas movies! Thanks for the fun post…stopping by from Good Morning Mondays!

  3. Helene November 9, 2015 at 9:57 am - Reply

    I have an addict at my house too. I love this post and will have to show it to her!

  4. momstheword November 9, 2015 at 12:38 pm - Reply

    This was fun! I love the Hallmark Christmas movies and look forward to them every year. However, I haven’t seen every one so I didn’t know some of the answers on your test. But I did know some of them!

    Every year I post on facebook about how excited I am about the Christmas movies and every year the same friend bemoans the fact that she doesn’t have cable. I keep telling her to get it just for Christmas, lol!

    Thanks for linking up to “Making Your Home Sing Monday!”

  5. Melanie Redd November 11, 2015 at 8:24 am - Reply

    These movies look good, Latisha!

    Our cable service has just re-added Hallmark. I’ll have to look for these movies!

    I was “parked” by you on Wise Woman.


  6. Liz November 11, 2015 at 8:35 am - Reply

    Thanks for the line-up!

  7. Pat November 11, 2015 at 12:21 pm - Reply

    Fun, fun, fun! Thanks for sharing this today on Coffee & Conversation!! Looking forward to some family movie nights this holiday season…and your trivia games will be neat additions ;-)
    I don’t have cable, tho, so I hope I can find these other places, too!!

  8. K. Elizabeth (YUMMommy) November 12, 2015 at 8:14 pm - Reply

    I love the holiday movies on Hallmark! I’ve been staying up into the wee hours of the morning to watch them this week.

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