Santa Claus is coming to town, but you still have plenty of time to seek out all sorts of holiday movie fare. There are the classics, naturally, like Macaulay Culkin taking on dimwitted crooks in “Home Alone” or Bill Murray’s self-centered TV executive learning a thing or several about the meaning of Christmas in “Scrooged,” a take on Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol.” Or maybe you want more modern options: Hallmark’s “Countdown to Christmas” and Lifetime’s “It’s A Wonderful Lifetime” themed slate of movies both offer an LGBTQ couple in a major storyline.

Heck, Netflix is pretty much an annual treasure trove of streaming yuletide cheer: This year, instead of a lump of coal, Dolly Parton unleashes her musical “Christmas on the Square” and Kurt Russell returns as an action-ready Santa in the sequel “The Christmas Chronicles: Part Two.”

‘It fits in’:Hallmark, Lifetime Christmas movies finally show LGBTQ love in leading roles