Christmas movies come early to NOW TV from 7th November
Staff Reporter | On 05, Nov 2014Reading time: 1 mins
Christmas movies are coming early to NOW TV from Friday 7th November.
Sky Movies Christmas returns this Friday to Sky Movies, with a bumper selection of Christmas films available to stream online through Sky On Demand for existing customers – or, for those without Sky, via a NOW TV Sky Cinema Month Pass subscription.
A Sky Cinema Month Pass costs £9.99 a month, with the first 30 days free, and gives on-demand access to Sky’s catalogue of over 1,000 films, which means Christmas lovers can watch Elf online, alongside Home Alone, Love Actually, Miracle on 34th Street, Die Hard and others, with no contract.
Customers will also be able to enjoy a Snow Day whatever the weather with a collection of snowy-set movies, including Snow Day, Groundhog Day, 101 Dalmatians, Die Hard 2, The Day After Tomorrow, March Of The Penguins and Cold Mountain all added to the line-up from Tuesday 2nd December.
Other Sky Movies premieres that will arrive this winter include Disney’s Frozen, The Lego Movie and Muppets Most Wanted, as well as blockbusters Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Noah.
Also premiering on Sky Movies Disney – and available to stream both through Sky On Demand and NOW TV – will be Toy Story That Time Forgot, a brand new festive TV special featuring all of the favourite characters from the Toy Story films.
For more information, or to sign up to a Sky Cinema Month Pass on NOW TV, hit the button below.