Home Alone 25th Anniversary + Giveaway #HomeAloneInsiders

Mama to 5 Blessings  wrote this post on 20th Century Fox and their PR Company.  I received product in exchange for an honest review. This is not a sponsored review and all views and opinions are of my own and were not influenced in any way.  


Celebrate 25 years of holiday mischievous fun with the ultimate Home Alone Collection including all 5 movies together for the first time! Start with the original blockbuster hit comedy starring Joe Pesci, Daniel Stern and Macaulay Culkin as Kevin McCallister an adorable eight-year-old determined to defend his house against burglars using an outrageous array of ingenious booby traps.


After watching the original Home Alone curl up with the family for more holiday humor by having a marathon with 4 side-splitting sequels packed with even more techo-gadgets, awesome ambushes and crime-stopping wizardry!

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The Home Alone Ultimate Collector’s Edition includes:

All five films packed together in a collectible paint can:

– Home Alone on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD
– Home Alone 2: Lost in New York on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD
– Home Alone 3 on DVD
– Home Alone: Taking Back the House on DVD
– Home Alone: The Holiday Heist on DVD

– McCallister Christmas ornament

– Kevin’s battle plan for the Wet Bandits

– Toy tarantula

– Wanted poster of the thieves


I remember enjoying Home Alone as a child (I am dating myself), now my children are enjoying the same antics I did! It is fun to hear my kids giggle at Kevin’s silliness.


This set is the perfect way to get into the holiday spirit! Now available on DVD! For some more Home Alone fun, print off the below activity pages for your children to enjoy! 

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ha maze

ha scramble

ha story

Enter to win the Home Alone 25th Anniversary Set by entering on the below entry form to enter for a chance to win.  Please let me know if you have any questions. Open to the US  ages 18+. 


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Mama to 5 Blessings  wrote this post on 20th Century Fox and their PR Company.  I received product in exchange for an honest review. This is not a sponsored review and all views and opinions are of my own and were not influenced in any way.  This is not a sponsored review and all views and opinions are of my own and were not influenced in any way.   Mama to 5 Blessings is disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.  


  1. My favorite Christmas memory was when my grandson got to celebrate his first Christmas. It was so special!

  2. James Robert says:

    Last year was my first year having custody of all 5 of my kids so they were all here together with me. That was pretty great!

  3. My favorite Christmas memory is when I was young and got a new bike from Santa. Thanks

  4. Julie Wood says:

    My Christmas Holiday memory is when I got to go to my Grandma and Grandpa’s house for Christmas one year and they gave our family the best memorable Christmas ever. My Dad lost his job and they bought us gifts and helped make our Christmas special that year!

  5. my favorite Christmas memory was growing up we had a gorgeous snowing Christmas tree and watching the snow sparkle and fall on the branches seemed magical

  6. Sharon Schoepe says:

    My favorite Christmas memory was when I was 9. My great Grandma gave me a set of Louise May Alcott books and told me the story of loving them as she was growing up. I adored those books and still do and when my oldest daughter was old enough I passed them on to her.

  7. Watching the Christmas movies with the fam like the Home Alone, Christmas Story and National Lampoons!!

  8. Um? I never really did like Christmas but I would have to say when I got a telescope one year.

  9. My favorite Christmas memory was when I decorated an 8.5 foot tree and donated it to the tree festival. It was all Elmo.

  10. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says:

    Oh man, I can not believe this movie is 25 years old! My kids and I love this movie.

  11. I don’t really have a favorite Christmas memory…
    I can’t believe it has been 25 years since Home Alone came out. I am feeling particularly old now….

  12. This movie is a favorite of mine. It is so fun to watch yearly during the holidays!

  13. Has it really been 25years. Man time is flying seems like just yesterday this movie came out.

  14. This makes me feel old! I remember when this movie first came out. I think I’ll share it with my kids this Christmas.

  15. This is such an awesome movie! My favorite Christmas memory was when we got snowed in one year (didn’t happen often since I grew up on the coast). But it would have made a great movie and I can’t wait to share this with my kiddos.

  16. I have always thought this was one of the funniest movies. I am so glad to see that there is now a set that you can buy. I love the bucket!

  17. Oh my gosh, how fun! I loved that movie when I was younger and it’s such a classic now. It would be awesome to marathon all of the movies in the series.

  18. This is such a classic movie. How can it possibly have been 25 years since it was released?! Now I feel old!

  19. Home Alone has become an annual holiday classic for our family. We love watching it every year. Kevin is a trip 😉

  20. Wow 25years!! Time flies , it seems like just yesterday! It’s one of my favorites! My son and I watch it every year together!

  21. Home Alone has always been one of my favorite movies to watch during the holidays. Can’t wait to watch it with my younger kids this year.

  22. Home Alone is a classic! We make sure to watch it every Christmas.

  23. Home Alone is one of my favorite movies to watch around the Holidays! My daughter has already been asking about it. I totally need to get my hands on the Ultimate Collector’s Edition!

  24. Well I was born on Christmas Day so having a Santa cake given to me and seeing pictures of me crying because I was mad at a Santa cake brings back memories LOL – I love Home Alone movies.

  25. My favorite Christmas memory is renewed each year. I love watching how excited my kiddos are on Christmas morning! I admit, I’m looking forward to when they are a little bit older so the presents can stay wrapped under the tree for more than 32 seconds! lol

  26. I am definitely downloading and printing these, because my son LOVES Home Alone

  27. These are great activity pages to help with the Home Alone collector’s edition – We loved it when my son was little and need to re-watch the movies!

  28. Robin Abrams says:

    My favorite Christmas memory is spending Christmas at my grand parents house with my cousins. We sit around the tree waiting for the presents 🙂 I miss them terribly

  29. Shaylin S. says:

    I’ll Be Home for Christmas has always been a Christmas movie favorite!

  30. janetfaye says:

    My grandson’s first Christmas is my favorite holiday memory.

  31. My favorite Christmas memory is probably the time I got to spend Christmas at Disney World. It was so magical.

  32. One Christmas many years ago, my husband to be surprised me with an engagement ring.

  33. The first christmas I was married {and we were expecting} always holds a special place in my heart! This christmas will be special because all 4 of my kids will be old enough now to participate in the “memory making” activities! Thanks for the giveaway, my oldest boys are 7 and 6 and they LOVE Home Alone!!!

  34. My favorite memory as a kid was going to this big Christmas buffet every year with fancy food in downtown Chicago, they had everything you could dream of and was amazing

  35. Stacy Renee says:

    I live in Florida but one year I went with a friend to NC and woke up to snow for the very first time on Christmas morning. It was magical!

  36. I love this movie. I used to watch it with my family when I was a child, and now I watch it with my children. It always brings back good memories whenever we all watch it, even when its not Christmas time.

  37. Amanda Morris says:

    My favorite christmas memory is watching this movie with some hot chocolate and popcorn 🙂

  38. I loved watching the look on my children’s faces when they got everything on their Christmas list (even after I told them it would not be possible). Thank you

  39. Julie Lundstrom says:

    My favorite Christmas is the last few Christmas when my son who has autism finally started having fun with Christmas. Seeing him open up his gifts and get excited makes my Christmas. Also seeing him get excited for Santa and writing him a letter of what he would like for Christmas is so much fun.

  40. Michelle C says:

    My favorite memories are from my childhood Christmas. I loved going to my Grandmother’s house on Christmas Eve and spending time with my family.

  41. Tiffany Banks says:

    My favorite Christmas memory is going to my grandma’s house every year on Christmas Eve for dinner & presents

  42. mary gallardo says:

    My favorite Christmas memory was the last Christmas I had with my grandfather. It’s been 15 years and I still miss him so much.

  43. Angela Saver says:

    My favorite Christmas memory is my first Christmas with my hubby in Germany almost 27 years ago!

  44. My favorite holiday memory is the last one that I had with my mom before she passed.

  45. My favorite memories always involve decorating the tree and baking with my Grandmother.

  46. Christa Bengtsson says:

    My favorite Holiday memory is having the family all togather and just having fun.

  47. Allyson Becker says:

    my favorite holiday memory is watching “A Charlie Brown Christmas” every year.

  48. bill norris says:

    as a kid my parents made us a cool town for our hot wheels. so fun as a kid.

  49. My favorite christmas memory was when the Dr’s let my Dad come home for christmas when I was 10 years old. Thanks for the giveaway. I hope that I win.

  50. Joan Kubes says:

    My favorite memory s having the whole family over for Christmas. We had a big diner and opened presents.

  51. My boys and I love this movie! In fact, my 12-year old and I have a date this weekend to go see the original Home Alone in the theater! Can’t wait!

  52. My boys and I love this movie! In fact, my 12-year old and I have a date this weekend to go see the original Home Alone in the theater! Can’t wait! I guess we’ll be creating a new memory to cherish as this may be our last Christmas in our current home/town.

  53. Brigitte B says:

    My favorite Christmas is from my childhood. I remember waking up Christmas morning when I was 5 years old and opening up presents with my sister and brothers. I became so excited when I unwrapped an easy bake oven while I listened to the sounds of joy as my other siblings Christmas wishes also came true. Those were wonderful days and I will always cherish this memory especially since my siblings live all over the United States so coming together on Christmas is not always an easy thing to do.

  54. My most favorite memory was one year we couldn’t afford a tree, so I put out a water fountain bowl with lights and we all called it the Xmas bowl, we sang Xmas song around it I thought it was funny and so cute. I love how it didn’t matter tree or not, we were together and happy.

  55. Lisa Romine says:

    My favorite Christmas memory was from my childhood when I was about 7 or 8 years old. We all went to my grandparents house and the whole family was there (which is rare). My grandmother let my cousins and me try to string popcorn. We weren’t very old, so it was a disaster. But, we had a good time.

  56. My grandmother would let me fall asleep in the living room where the Christmas Tree was, and a light she bought from a fundraiser that changed colors (big Christmas Tree bulbs inside of a plastic cylinder). I wish I had that light. Watching that light turn the room colors was a wonderful memory that stuck with me. I felt very safe, and very happy.

  57. My favorite Christmas memory was when I was little I got a Christmas sack instead of a stocking filled with goodies. I was so excited!!! And now I love thinking about it because it always makes me laugh! 🙂

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