For years, there has been a debate online as to whether or not Die Hard is a Christmas movie. It is, and everyone who disagrees is wrong. End of discussion. To celebrate its 30th anniversary, 20th Century Fox is releasing a holiday-themed edition of the movie for the holiday season, and the studio recut the trailer to prove, once and for all, Die Hard is a Christmas movie.
John McClaine was just a simple man who wanted to spend some time with his family at Christmas, but he gets stuck at his wife’s Christmas party after Hans Gruber and all his big bully friends hold everyone at the party captive. Now, John has to find a way home and stop Hans. You can check out the new trailer for the movie below.
Aside from the 30th anniversary edition of the film, which is available on Blu-ray and comes with four exclusive holiday cards, all five movies in the Die Hard franchise are available digitally on Google Play, Vudu, iTunes, and Movies Anywhere in Blu-ray.
As of this writing, the HD collection costs $25 on most of the services. iTunes is selling the 4K version of Die Hard for $10, but Google currently has it for $8. However, Google Play doesn’t seem to have the special features that are offered with all the other services, but if you use Movies Anywhere and connect all your accounts, you should be able to access them, regardless of where you originally bought it.