Can’t bear to head outdoors in the blistering cold? Take your pick from these family favourites, snuggle up in your onesie and settle down to a fab film.
The Dark Knight Rises, £10. Rated 12, this is the third and final instalment to Christopher Nolan’s epic fantasy tale.
New Year’s Eve, £10. Rated 12, it’s an all-star ensemble film about NYE.
Ice Age 4: Continental Drift, £9.99. Rated U, this is highly amusing animated film featuring a range of famous voices.
Looking for some stocking fillers? These musical treats would make an ideal gift – or the perfect soundtrack to your Christmas shopping trips – just pop onto your MP3 player.
Unorthodox Jukebox, Bruno Mars, £9.97. Hip hop, rock, pop and soul in one album.
Only Boys Aloud, £9.97. A musical treat featuring festive songs sung by choirboys
Now That’s What I Call Music 83, £11.99. Featuring the latest pop tunes from Gangnam Style to Robbie Williams.
If the kids are disappointed with the blistering cold weather, how about a spot of gaming in the comfort of your living room?
Transformers Prime, Wii, £32. Perfect for kids aged 7+, based on the animated series.
Ben 10 Omniverse, XBox 360. A thrilling action game for all Ben 10 fans, perfect for kids aged 12+.
Lego Lord of the Rings, Wii, £25. Immerse yourself in Middle Earth and relive the excitement. Suitable for age 7+
Looking for things to do over the Christmas holidays? Take the family to the movies for a fabulous feel-good film. Here’s our pick of the best releases.
Parental Guidance, in cinemas on Boxing Day. A hilarious family comedy about the joys of parenting, rated U.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, in cinemas on 13 Dec. This is the prequel to the Lord of the Rings trilogy and is bound to be blockbuster.
Life of Pi, in cinemas on 20 Dec. This is the epic tale of a young man who survives a disaster at sea. Based on the best-selling book, rated PG.