Nov 182015


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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  141 Responses to “Win Kids Fantasy Adventure THE CHRISTMAS DRAGON on DVD in Our Competition!”

  1. It’s a Wonderful Life superb acting, directing and a powerful message

  2. elf. but don’t go to see the theatre show if you don’t want to be disappointed!

  3. Miracle on 34th street, very warm and an awesome movie. Love the Santa and the little girl duo.

  4. Elf. Means Xmas has started

  5. muppets Christmas – becase all the family can watch it and everyone loves it even fi they say they dont

  6. 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.

  7. its a wonderful life always been a huge favourite

  8. its a wonderful life a great Christmas film

  9. The Grinch ( Who Stole Christmas )

  10. It has to be the classic “It’s a wonderful life”

  11. Elf as we always sit down as a family every year to watch it as it such a up lifting funny film

  12. Elf it is just so cheery

  13. I love The Santa Clause, it’s a great family movie 🙂

  14. Its a wonderful life is the best christmas film ever……and it always makes me cry

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

  16. I love Home Alone, it is such a great film, christmassy and a good comedy.

  17. 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.

  18. A Muppet Christmas Carol the only film to make me cry

  19. Bad Santa. It’s hilarious and I never tire of watching it – we watch it every Christmas Eve 🙂

  20. Die Hard! It’s the best Christmas movie of all time!

  21. home alone great film

  22. 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!)

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

  24. it has to be the Grinch

  25. The Grinch, as at times I also feel a bit like him at this time of year.

  26. Home Alone because it’s funny and you can watch it all year round

  27. the nightmare before xmas – love it so untraditional but traditional at the same time!

  28. I love Bad Santa , funny, unique and timeless

  29. we love elf santa santa santa its our family fave we all have tshirts with it on this year

  30. mirical on 34 th street classic

  31. Elf as Will Ferrell is so funny and is a movie all the family can enjoy no matter what age

  32. 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.

  33. 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.

  34. It’s A Wonderful Life because it’s just perfect!

  35. I’m going with National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation! My must watch every Christmas.

  36. 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

  37. 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

  38. Home Alone because it’s funny, heartwarming and Christmassy.

  39. nightmare before christmas, its epic!

  40. Die Hard is my favorite, unbeatable action.

  41. National Lampoon`s Christmas Vacation, it was humorous to the end and proved a great watch on a December night

  42. its a wonderful life

  43. Trapped in paradise, because Jon Lovitz, Dana Carvey and Nicolas Cage as three bumbling bank robbers is comedy gold.

  44. I love The Polar Express

  45. Die Hard because.. well because its die hard! Best christmas movie ever 😀

  46. 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.

  47. A Christmas Story – for all the cast and especially Darren McGavin

  48. Die Hard and Die Hard 2 – how can one person be so unlucky at Christmas! I love Bruce Willis. 🙂

  49. A Christmas Carol with Alastair Sim – the best version of this classic.

  50. 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

  51. Elf, it is so funny and warm

  52. Polar express – love the music and the animation is great

  53. The Nativity story, after all that’s what Christmas is meant to be about

  54. It’s a wonderful life – there’s a reason why it remains so popular – a wholesome and thoroughly watchable film

  55. Has to be Elf for me, always makes me laugh

  56. Its a wonderful life

  57. BAD SANTA. and Billy Bob is filming Bad Santa 2 ready for 2016

  58. Its a wonderful life

  59. Miracle of 34th Street

  60. Home Alone – it reminds me of being a kid myself

  61. Die Hard. Great film from start to finish

  62. The Santa Claus because it is so funny

  63. Chitty Bang Bang……………That childcatcher!

  64. Elf- it’s so funny & all my family love it

  65. It’s a Wonderful Life. I never tire of watching it and its lovely ending !

  66. Home Alone, because it is hilariously, laugh out loud funny, poignant and the Christmas holiday setting is perfect

  67. White Christmas is the one and only film

  68. Home alone it’s a classic and has some hilarious moments!

  69. National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. A very funny movie. 🙂

  70. Night Before Christmas, with Wallace and Gromit.

  71. White Christmas

  72. Xmas wouldn’t be Xmas without The Great Escape being on TV. 😉

  73. got to be a Christmas Carol with Albert Finney

  74. Elf, because it has just the right amount of cheese without slipping into sickly schmaltz territory.

  75. I love watching Elf at Xmas it’s a happy friendly film that everyone loves

  76. Scrooge, 1951 version with Alastair Sim.

  77. Home Alone. A true classic & funny as hell.

  78. Home Alone.
    Loved watching it when I was a kid and still love watching it with my kids now.

  79. the gremlins as they are cute but deadly

  80. Santa Claus the movie.

  81. Elf because it’s funny and good to watch with the family

  82. Miracle on 34th Street – just love the feelgood factor

  83. It’s a wonderful life – remarkable film

  84. The Nightmare Before Christmas

    dark and funny and Christmassy

  85. Christmas with the Kranks

  86. Die Hard because it is the ultimate action film within a Christmas setting.

  87. 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

  88. Its a wonderful like its sucha feel good movie and brings the spirit of Christmas to everyone

  89. National Lampoons Christmas Vacation – it still makes me laugh and I’ve seen it
    countless times

  90. Black Christmas.
    An antidote to all the normal xmas films!

  91. It’s a wonderful Life because it is a great story about appreciating the family

  92. it has to be the home alone series because it reminds me of my childhood

  93. home alone 2- so funny lol

  94. has to be scrooge with simms. beautifully shot with true dickensian atmosphere

  95. Sint / Saint – what says Christmas more than a murderous Dutch Saint Nik riding across the rooftops?

  96. love the home alone films because they are great films that the family can watch together

  97. The great escape 🙂

  98. Love Actually as I like the way all the stories are interlinked

  99. Santa Claus (1985) with dudley moore amazing movie its one i grew up on and now my children enjoy too

  100. Scrooged as i loved watching it at as a kid and it was a funny updated (for the time) story of a christmas carol

  101. National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation non stop laughter

  102. Santa Claus: The Movie. I watched it every Christmas Eve when I was young so it brings back great memories.

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

  104. 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.

  105. probably the christmas card. its just a great feel good xmas movie. but i could watch all year ropund

  106. Home Alone. Still find it funny 🙂

  107. Polar Express – we watch it every christmas eve!

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

  109. Bad Santa, because it’s non-stop laughs!

  110. Home alone great film with some great Christmas music

  111. National Lampoons Christmas vacation because we used to enjoy watching it with my Dad and it reminds me of him

  112. Has to be The Grinch! Love that film 🙂

  113. 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?’

  114. Arthur Christmas

  115. One of our dinosaurs is missing – just a classic disney.

  116. The Muppets Christmas movie is my favourite.

  117. Miracle On 34th Street because I just love the story and it always gets me into the spirit 🙂

  118. Miracle on 34th street – its just a classic and something that we can all enjoy 🙂

  119. the snowman, i always sat with the kids when they where young to watch it.

  120. Home alone, because its funny, its family movie and I can watch it with kids x

  121. its a wonderful life for its message

  122. We always watch Bad Santa on Christmas Eve!

  123. I love Elf the energy rubs off and I get so excited for Christmas

  124. The Muppets Christmas Carol

  125. 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 🙂

  126. Home Alone, because i grew up watching it.

  127. The Grinch ( Who Stole Christmas )

  128. The Grinch as Carrey plays him perfectly

  129. Has to be ELF – I love that film!

  130. ‘It’s A Wonderful Life’ – probably the best feelgood Christmas film ever, a true classic!

  131. Meet Me In St Louis…. always reminds me of my dad as he loved it, and so do I and my kids…

  132. The Polar Express it’s the first one my son sat through last year when he was 2, he loves it as do I

  133. 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.

  134. The kids love Elf, the hubby and I love Bad Santa 🙂

  135. Bad Santa. So many well thought out hilarious scenes, with keen attention to gag points to get the laughs.

  136. Love the Great Escape, it’s not Christmas without this movie being on.

  137. Elf because it is a classic film

  138. t’s a Wonderful Life i watch so many times love it

  139. I love arthur christmas one of my new classics

  140. The Grinch. Classic Carrey.

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