It’s that perfect spot of the year between Halloween and Christmas where lovers of the cold season are looking for the perfect watch to quench their spooky festive sensations.

So of course, The nightmare before Christmas is at the top of the list of movies to watch. This timeless classic, produced by Tim Burton and directed by Henry Selick, is an animated adventure that bridges the gap between October and December 25 with elegance and grace. Essentially, in answer to the eternal question: is this a Halloween or Christmas watch? The answer is obviously both.

So if you are ready to take a trip back to the weird and wonderful world of Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas, here is how you can watch the movie online at home.

How to watch Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas online

When Jack Skellington (brilliant name) leaves Halloween Town and stumbles upon Christmas Town, chaos ensues. Falling in love with the magic of Christmas soon takes a messy turn as Jack learns what festive joy really means – in the form of the kidnapping of Santa Claus (oops). What’s not to love!

For those of you who have a Disney + membership, The nightmare before Christmas is free to watch on the streaming platform. If you are not a Disney + subscriber, you can subscribe to £ 7.99 per month Where £ 79.90 for the whole year.

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Unfortunately, there are currently no specials available, but there is good news for those using the O2 mobile network. O2 is giving new and upgraded customers six months of Disney + free. For those not planning on upgrading, adding Disney + to your existing plan can save you £ 2 on the monthly bill.

If Disney + isn’t on the cards, you still have options. The film is available to purchase for £ 13.99 on Amazon prime and iTunes or you can rent from iTunes for £ 3.49. For the traditionalists among you, it is also available at DVD and Blu ray, with prices ranging from £ 3.89 to £ 7.99 respectively.

Tim Burton’s Nightmare Before Christmas is on Disney + now.

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