Is The Nightmare Before Christmas on Netflix?
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The 1993 Christmas movie The Nightmare Before Christmas has become a cult classic and has fans all around the world who watch the movie every year without fail.
But if you’re looking to access it on your favourite streaming service, Netflix, can you?
I’ll be discussing this and be providing you with one perfect solution so that you can watch the movie no matter where you are in the world.
Can I watch it on Netflix?
You may be shocked to find out that the movie is no longer available on Netflix.
As it stands, the movie isn’t available in any region. While it used to be available in many and later only in South Korea, that’s no longer the case.
So if you live in the UK, the United States, Canada or anywhere else, you will find yourself unable to watch the movie on Netflix.
However, as I mentioned before, I have a solution for you.
The movie is available on Disney+ and if you live in a country that offers Disney+ then you can head straight over there and get watching.
If you live in a region that doesn’t have Disney+ then keep reading.
What you will need
You’re going to need to get yourself an app called a VPN.
A Virtual Private Network will give your device the ability to connect to the internet through servers all over the world.
By doing so, you will be able to trick Disney+ and other websites into thinking that you are residing in that region. This will give you full access to the content of that region as if you lived in that country.
So for example, if you used a VPN to connect to a server in the United States, you would be able to access their Disney+ library. This would include access to The Nightmare Before Christmas.
It really is that simple.
Where to get a VPN?
When it comes to choosing a VPN, you are spoilt for choice.
But that’s not always a good thing, there are many VPNs out there that are sub-par and should be avoided and not all work with Disney+.
Don’t panic, though. I will help you out.
My favourite and the one I recommend that you use is ExpressVPN.
In testing, I found them to be extremely reliable and offer some of the fastest streaming speeds you will find, which makes it the perfect VPN to use while streaming 4k video content.
With over 3000 servers located worldwide, you’ll have no trouble finding a connection point.
A couple of other decent services you might want to check out are CyberGhost and Surfshark. Which you end up choosing is entirely up to you.
By using any of the VPNs mentioned above, you will have no problems streaming The Nightmare Before Christmas on Disney+, plus many other movies and shows you previously couldn’t access.
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To unlock The Nightmare Before Christmas in your region, you will need to do the following:
Visit the ExpressVPN website. After the site loads, you’ll need to click the red button that says “Get ExpressVPN“.
Next, select a suitable payment plan, bearing in mind they offer great deals for paying annually.
Now enter your email address, followed by choosing a payment method such as Visa Debit or PayPal. Complete the purchase by entering your details and pressing “Join Now“.
Download the app from your device’s app store, or from ExpressVPN’s website. Install the app and then log in using your username & password or the activation which you’ll find in your account area.
Press the “Selected Server” button and then locate and select United States.
Next press “Connect“.
You’ll now need a purchasing method for Disney+. The best way to do this outside a country where the service is available is to buy something like a Google Play Gift Card, which can be redeemed to pay for the service.
Websites like Amazon.com and many others sell these.
Now you’ve got your payment method, sign up to Disney+ via their Google app. It’s also possible to do this using an Apple device.
You’ll need to stay connected to the VPN when you want to watch The Nightmare Before Christmas or any other shows available there.
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What’s The Nightmare Before Christmas all about?
The movie is set in the fantasy land of Halloween Town, a place where it is always Halloween and is filled with pumpkins, ghosts, skeletons, monsters. You name it, I’m sure it’s there.
Jack Skellington also known as “The Pumpkin King” finds a mysterious tree containing doors leading to different worlds. He soon finds himself in Christmas Town and he loves what he sees, so he decides that Halloween Town should have Christmas.
Trouble occurs when the Bogeyman takes advantage of the situation and decides to try and take over Christmas Town.
All hell breaks loose, and Jack must fix everything before it’s too late.
This movie is a great film to watch with your family, it really is one of a kind. There isn’t a movie like this one!
Who stars in The Nightmare Before Christmas?
Chris Sarandon – This actor has also starred in Safe, My Sassy Girl, Fright Night, Curse Of Chucky, I Smile Back, and Big Stone Gap.
Catherine O’Hara – Best known for her role in Home Alone and Home Alone 2: Lost In New York. She has also starred in Frankenweenie, Killers, and Where The Wild Things Are.
William Hickey – Best known for his work in movies such as The Jerky Boys: The Movie, National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, and Tales From The Darkside.
Glenn Shadix – This voice actor has lent his voice to several TV shows such as Lilo & Stitch, Jumanji, and Jackie Chan Adventures.
The Nightmare Before Christmas is currently not available on Netflix and it’s unlikely to return anytime soon.
To access the movie from your country, you’ll need to sign up for Disney+. If it’s not officially available where you live then you’ll need a VPN app.
ExpressVPN is my preferred option and the one that I recommend you use. They have the fastest speeds and a super reliable service.
So get your VPN now and not only will you be able to stream The Nightmare Before Christmas but also everything else available on Disney+.