It’s time to vote for December’s Movie of the Month! As always at this time of year we like to get a little festive, so this is the holiday-themed month. Past years however haven’t necessarily guaranteed an overly schmaltzy film, and some of this year’s submissions are very much holiday-adjacent, but that’s OK! There are six films to choose between, and the winning film will be the focus of December’s Lambcast MOTM show. The poll is at the bottom of the page, but first here are the nominees:
It’s A Wonderful Life (1946) [Rob, MovieRob Minute]
On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969) [James Wilson, Blogging by Cinema-Light]
Black Christmas (1974) [Aaron Neuwirth, The Code is Zeek]
Rare Exports (2010) [Mark Hofmeyer, Movies, Films & Flix]
Office Christmas Party (2016) [Nicole Ayers, The Madlab Post]
Santa Jaws (2018) [Jay Cluitt, Life Vs Film]
Vote for the movie you want to win here! The poll will close on Sunday 20th November, it’s going to end on this date, dammit.
If you’d like to submit a film for a future Movie of the Month, leave a message in the comments, or contact us on Twitter (@LambThe) or email largeassmovieblogs(at)gmail.com.