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Here's Where You Can Stream Jack Frost This Holiday Season

The holiday season brings about a myriad of emotions; for those who have lost a loved one, those feelings run even deeper. 1998's "Jack Frost” provides yet another look at how the season can inspire a blend of melancholy and nostalgia in those dealing with grief. The drama tells the story of a man whose fixation on success leads him to ignore his family. After his death, he's brought back as a snowman to make things right.

Michael Keaton stars in the title role and voices the snowman; the Oscar nominee had just appeared in Quentin Tarantino's "Jackie Brown" the year before the film's release. He's joined by an eclectic cast that includes Kelly Preston, Henry Rollins, and Mark Addy. Legendary musician Frank Zappa's family is also represented through his children Dweezil Zappa, Ahmet Zappa, and Moon Unit Zappa.

While the film didn't find an audience in its theatrical run, it did begin to draw in curious viewers in the home entertainment market. Streaming is giving everyone the chance to try out the film for themselves or revisit a holiday favorite. Here's where you can stream "Jack Frost" this holiday season.

Watch Jack Frost on HBO Max and AMC+ during the holidays

There are currently three different ways to view "Jack Frost" at the time of writing. Viewers searching through streaming services will be limited to HBO Max; it is included as part of their subscription packages, both ad-supported and ad-free. The film also appears as part of AMC's premium streaming service AMC+. For those with cable, this means "Jack Frost" is also available on the AMC network.

Anyone with access to AMC through their TV packages can view the film through on-demand options. Be sure to check with the selected provider to find where that library may be accessed. "Jack Frost" additionally appears at selected points in the network's holiday schedule, with those details available by on-screen schedule searches or through the network's site.

Purchase and rental options are available through select services. Amazon, iTunes, Google Play, and Vudu all list the title; each one has both SD and HD versions at the same price. Keep in mind that prices as well as terms and conditions may change without notice.