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The Universal Theory of Defining a Holiday Movie

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In a video essay, Jack Packard defines “The Universal Theory of Defining a Holiday Movie” (THTDHM!), clarifying once and for all what constitutes a Christmas movie. Is Die Hard a Christmas movie? Find out!


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Jack Packard
In 2019, Jack started at The Escapist by shouting into a camera about video games. Now Jack spends most of his time using a goofy voice to shout into a camera while playing Dungeons & Dragons. Jack has been a Professional Video Producer and Editor for the past 16 years and a Video Game Enjoyer ever since “my dad yelled at me for putting the Zapper Gun right up against the TV while playing Duck Hunt!” He loves games like Dark Souls, The Zelda Series, Darks Souls 2, DOOM(2016), Elden RIng, Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins, and Dark Souls.