Giz Investigates: Why ‘Die Hard’ is Definitely a Christmas Movie, And Why ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ is Definitely Not

It's a debate that has raged on for years. Is Die Hard really a Christmas movie? Some people adamantly claim that it is not, possibly because they don't actually like Die Hard, while others will refuse to accept that John McClane's premiere adventure is anything but a Christmas-themed action movie. Read More >>

Now TV Milks the Die Hard Christmas Debate With ‘Die Hard on Ice’

Make way for the latest attempt by Sky to try and milk the whole Die Hard/Christmas Movie debate as much as it can, with a brand new Now TV Christmas advert that puts John McClane on a pair of skates and pits him against skating terrorists-that-aren't-terrorists. Because if there's anything a big corporation can do best, it's milking memes too hard and turning people off to the whole idea. Read More >>

The Best Christmas Film of All Time is Being Turned Into a Must-Have Children’s Book

It’s unfortunate that Die Hard, the best Christmas movie of all time, isn’t really a film you can watch with your kids. But this year, instead of suffering through Elf once again, you can spend some quality time with your PG-rated family members by reading a new holiday children’s book based on the adventures of John McClane. Read More >>

Could Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson Have Stopped That Bomb if They’d Just Taken An Uber?

You could use the public data released by the New York City Taxi & Limousine Commission to reveal critical insights about urban transport trends. Or you could use it to conduct a completely serious investigation on the plausibility of one of the transportation scenarios in Die Hard: With a Vengeance. Read More >>

Die Hard 6 Will be Both a Sequel and Prequel. Yippee Ki Yay?

A Good Day To Die Hard was a load of shite, but we’re still excited about this. It looks like Bruce Willis is ready to dust off his collection of sweaty vests one more time and reassume the role of invincible NYPD officer John McClane. Read More >>

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This New Trailer For A Good Day To Die Hard is a Symphony of Bullets and Explosions

Who would have thought that Bruce Willis would be still kicking ass on the big screen over 20 years since the first Die Hard appeared on cinema screens? Not me, that's for sure, but I'm glad he's still at it, as this trailer looks like a helluva lot of mindless-popcorn-fodder fun. Yippie Ki-Yay Mother Russia, anyone? Read More >>