It just wouldn't be the holiday season without binge-watching all your favorite Christmas movies and specials, some of them over and over again. It only comes once a year and there's a limited amount of time you can hit play on these festive feel-good films. While we all have our favorites, some are more popular.

Recently a new survey and study were conducted by Preply.com that ranked the most popular holiday movies by state. While most of the titles were exactly what you'd expect there were a few states, Oklahoma included, that have strange favorites. Of course, holiday classics like Elf, The Grinch, Home Alone, A Christmas Story, The Polar Express, and others made the list. However, more than a few states had some very usual choices.

So what is Oklahoma's most popular Christmas movie? It's hard to believe, but "Edward Scissorhands" is the Sooner State's favorite holiday movie, I know it's strange. It's not technically a Christmas movie either, sure the themes in the film are Christmas-like, but it's not a straightforward or typical Christmas movie. As a matter of fact, I don't think I've ever watched it around the holidays, except around Halloween maybe.

If you'd like to see the full map of what the most popular Christmas movies are by each state click here. While Oklahoma may have a weird favorite there are a few other states that have strange choices too. Looking for holiday movies? Hit play on the video below for the best films and where you can stream them.

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