Win Kids Fantasy Adventure THE CHRISTMAS DRAGON on DVD in Our Competition!


To celebrate the release of The Christmas Dragon, on DVD now for Christmas, we’ve two copies to give away on DVD courtesy of Koch Media UK.


Welcome to an ancient time when Christmas doesn’t come and Father Christmas is a fading memory…

Young orphan girl, Ayden, receives a magic crystal from a dying elf, with a warning that the North has lost its magic. With her courageous friends, a mysterious warrior and a beautiful elf she begins a perilous journey; escaping dragons, goblins and ogres to return a stolen Christmas orb to the North. When Santa’s magic cannot overpower the growing evil forest, Ayden and her friends must deliver the precious orb on a sleigh pulled by a young dragon, to restore Santa’s magic and save Christmas.

The film stars Bailee Johnson, Jake Stormoen, Adam Johnson, Melanie Stone and is directed by John Lyde.

For your chance to win THE CHRISTMAS DRAGON on DVD, simply comment below telling us which Christmas movie is your favourite and why.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Wednesday 2nd December 2015 and two valid comment will be chosen and notified by email.

• This promotion is open to UK residents only.
• One entry per household
• There is no cash alternative to Prizes which are subject to availability, non-transferable, non-negotiable and non-refundable. Prizes may not be sold, offered for sale or used in connection with any other competition or promotion by the Prize winner
• 2 winners will win 1x The Christmas Dragon on DVD
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.

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  1. Gremlins! It’s cute, it’s funny, it’s definitely festive and it never gets old. I’ve been watching it every Christmas for about 20 years.

  2. It still is Miracle on 34th Street I cannot watch this without a cuddly warm feeling and dry eyes are an impossibility

  3. Poseidon Adventure. You may argue it doesn’t count as it’s New Year but a Christmas tree saved their lives – you don’t get more festive than that and I still shed a tear when Roddy, Shelley and Gene go. Great Film.

  4. It’s A Wonderful Life – I love this film. Enjoyed watching it as a child and still do. A great film to watch if you’re feeling down, just sit down with a nice cup of tea and biccies and you’ll feel better by the end of the film. A meaningful film with a happy ending for a change. Reminds me of how things used to be and also how things have changed (not always for the better either!)

  5. The Nightmare Before Christmas – it’s quirky,the songs are excellent, animation superb, characters brilliant, storyline fab etc

  6. White Christmas, because I love the old movies – they have a fantastic cast of actors including Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney & Vera Ellen and wonderful songs.

  7. I remember watching a great kids film called The Amazing Mr Blunden one Christmas. It’s a ghost story and a fab one to watch with the family.

  8. The Muppet Christmas Carol because i love the muppets and the story is great and they throw a few songs in and the kids love it

  9. Santa Claus (1985) because me and my sister used to watch it every year before bed on xmas eve and I remember how excited we used to get 🙂 good times

  10. Santa Claus (1985) with Dudley Moore. It has all the requirements to make a child’s Christmas hopes, delights and fears come alive and always finishes happily. Can’t ask for more than that at Christmas.

  11. It’s a Wonderful Life in black and white. You want the moon Alice, I’ll rope you the moon. I have fond memories of watching this with my mom as a kid and her being amazed I liked a sentimental movie

  12. Yes Virginia There is a Santa Claus. It’s one of my favourites because it’s based on a true story and keeps the spirit of Christmas alive

  13. Miracle on 34th Street is my all-time favourite because Santa’s existence is an enduring mystery that is beautifully explained in the film.

  14. Scrooged, Bill Murray is over the top, and yet it still gets the message through. The ghost and the toaster scene is sheer slapstick magic.

  15. Santa Claus the movie, we used to watch it every xmas eve when I was younger and now I watch it with my children

  16. The Santa Clause as both my kids loved it when they were very young and always reminds me of my youngest pointing to ‘Tim the tool man taylor’ on home improvement and yelling ‘Mummy its father christmas! where’s his beard?’

  17. I like Home alone, the first one, its still hilarious, first film i ever seen in a cinema, i was a little boy of 8 or 10, the cinema i watched it in is now demolished sadly but the memories of the movie live on. You know its Christmas when that films on 🙂

  18. Home alone my kids think its hysterical, they love how Kevin tricks the burglars and ends up hurting them. Their favourite part is when iron hits one of them in the face leaving the iron print.

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