When it comes to movies and TV shows, we all have different preferences. However, you’ll also agree that some movies just meet most expectations- they are so good that almost every type of movie lover enjoys them. Well, this month, with the holidays arriving, there are several excellent movies to binge on. Here are five of them.
The Santa Clauses (Season 2)
If you’ve seen the first season of The Santa Clauses, you’re already expecting another Santa in this season. Well, in this Disney+ movie, there are no chances of you getting disappointed. Plus, what better time to watch a Santa movie than at the end of the year?
In this movie, a crazy Santa who had formerly been banished from the North Pole comes back to cause trouble. Of course, the Calvins seek to take charge of things. On November 8, the premiere will be on Disney+.
Although we’re just a few weeks away from Christmas, it won’t be wrong to watch some spooky movies even after Halloween. Cobweb is a new horror movie that makes you feel all the spookiness of Halloween again before moving on to the holidays.
A couple, Antony Starr and Lizzy Caplan, had been hiding a dark secret from their son. The movie centers around the young boy’s investigation of the knocking that always comes from the wall of his house. You already feel the scary vibe! It was released on September 21 on Blu-Ray.
As much as there are thousands of movies centered around family drama and unraveling, we can’t help but fall in love with those outstanding movies with unique and relatable plots. This movie is based on Black Cake: A Novel, the popular New York Times Bestseller.
It follows the story of two estranged siblings who learn unexpected things about their family after their mother’s death. Sounds like a classic, doesn’t it? Well, the hype since the 3-episode release on the 1st of November isn’t for nothing.
All The Light We Cannot See
This movie is based on the novel of the same name. Since the novel won a Pulitzer prize, many of us already have high expectations for the movie- and you won’t be disappointed. Well, what’s the story about?
All The Light We Cannot See shows the story of a blind French girl who broadcasts herself reading every day. She meets a dedicated listener, a German soldier, as the Second World War ends. On the 2nd of November, the limited series dropped to Netflix.
Speaking of movies about estranged sisters, Quiz Lady is a must-watch that you can never get tired of watching. Aside from being relatable, the movie is hilarious- it’s the perfect choice for a holiday binge.
The movie is about two estranged sisters, Annie and Jenny (Akwafina and Sandra Oh), who must come together to pay a large sum of money owed by their mother. Entering into a game show was their only chance- but there were several hiccups. You can stream the movie now on Hulu.