Eric and Myself were talking about this on the Whoopee in the Morning Show. And came to our own conclusion it is really up to you as a movie viewer here in the Berkshires what you think is a Christmas movie, but would love to know what you think.

If a movie is set around Christmas, does that automatically make it a Christmas movie?  Does it still count if it's an action movie or a horror flick that just happens to take place at Christmas, but isn't specifically ABOUT Christmas?

Buzzfeed took 12 of the most fought-over movies and having the public decide.

We would love to hear if what you think. Here's how the voting is going so far for 10 of them:

1.  "Die Hard":  56% Christmas, 44% Not Christmas.

2.  "Home Alone":  97% Christmas, 3% Not Christmas.

3.  "Gremlins":  40% Christmas, 60% Not Christmas.

4.  "Frozen":  22% Christmas, 78% Not Christmas.

5.  "Lethal Weapon":  16% Christmas, 84% Not Christmas.

6.  "The Nightmare Before Christmas":  78% Christmas, 22% Not Christmas.

7.  "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang":  15% Christmas, 85% Not Christmas.

8.  "Edward Scissorhands":  20% Christmas, 80% Not Christmas.

9.  "Batman Returns":  12% Christmas, 88% Not Christmas.

10.  "Eyes Wide Shut":  5% Christmas, 95% Not Christmas.

Do you have a favorite that didn't make the list?