The Christmas Dragon

DVD Release: November 7, 2014
The Christmas Dragon


In Medieval Europe, Father Christmas is a fading memory, and Christmas hasn’t come for several years.

A young orphan girl, Ayden, receives a magic crystal from a dying elf with a warning that the North has lost its magic and that she alone can save Christmas. Ayden and her orphan friends begin a perilous journey and must escape dragons, goblins, bandits, ogres and other fantasy creatures as they team up with Airk, the wayward son of Father Christmas, to return a stolen Christmas orb to the North. When Santa’s magic cannot overpower the growing Snarl, an evil forest with tentacle branches, Ayden and Airk must deliver Christmas on a sleigh pulled by a young dragon, fulfilling Christmas wishes for children, restoring Santa’s magic and saving Christmas.

Dove Review

Five orphan children need to find a way to bring back the spirit of Christmas and help Father Christmas return, in an adventure set in Medieval times. Along the way, the children have a run in with some evil characters who try to stop them. They also save a young, injured dragon that helps in their pursuit.

“The Christmas Dragon” is a wonderful fantasy Christmas story that the entire family can enjoy. It features elves, goblins, an ogre and Father Christmas’s son, too. They need to return the magical orb to Father Christmas so he can deliver the wishes of young children and families. Father Christmas tells his new-found friends that God’s greatest gift is family, along with forgiveness and faith in Christmas.

We are proud to award “The Christmas Dragon” the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Sex: Couple kiss.
Language: None.
Violence: Fight scenes with swords; a dragon breathes fire on some bad men; an goblin's backside is on fire, children are tied up; some chase scenes; a dragon is injured.
Drugs: A tavern scene.
Nudity: None.
Other: Rudeness, stealing, and not believing in Christmas.


Company: Excel Entertainment
Director: John Lyde
Genre: Adventure
Runtime: 106 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe