A subscription box company has offered to pay USD 2,000 to a holiday film critic willing to watch and rank a dozen Hallmark Christmas movies.
The subscription service, called BloomsyBox, said the lucky person will spend 12 days watching 12 Hallmark Christmas films and get USD 2,000 (GBP 1,612) in return.
Hallmark Channel is an American cable television network owned by Hallmark Media, a subsidiary of Hallmark Cards.
In addition to unlimited access to all the movies, the expert will also receive a budget for a one-year Peacock subscription, and a 12-month flower subscription delivered straight to their door each month.
The person will be asked to rate the films based on festivity factor, chemistry check, a tearjerker test, and repay value, and will receive “an ample supply of Ghirardelli hot cocoa,” said the company.
Two pairs of ultra-fuzzy chenille socks from UGG, to guarantee a cozy watching experience, will also be provided by the company.
BloomsyBox said in a statement: “We’ve devised an ironclad rating system designed to stand up to the scrutiny of even the most steadfast of scrooges
“The countdown to Christmas is fast approaching, so we at BloomsyBox want to settle the debate: what’s the greatest piece of Hallmark holiday cinema ever created?”
“To combat nostalgia and recency bias, we want to make sure our winner is fully immersed in the Hallmark(®) Christmas movie-watching experience.”
BloomsyBox’s list includes ‘The Most Wonderful Time of the Year’ (2008), ‘Crown for Christmas’ (2015), ‘The Nine Lives of Christmas’ (2014), ‘Christmas Getaway’ (2017), ‘Journey Back to Christmas’ (2016), ‘Ghosts of Christmas Always’ (2022), ‘Family for Christmas’ (2015), ‘Christmas Under Wraps’ (2014), ‘Three Wise Men and a Baby’ (2022), ‘A Royal Christmas’ (2014), ‘Northpole’ (2014), and ‘The Christmas Train’ (2017).
The applications are open until Sunday, 3rd December.