The Best 15+ Zombie Movies on Netflix Right Now (Curated)
Let’s be honest: when it comes to talking about Christmas movies , where we find all we want is on Netflix . Each year, he brings to his catalog several interesting titles, with his good dose of bizarreism – as is the case with this kind of gender?
As of November 1, you can already enjoy its novelties. Gradually, they will release up to six original films, among which we can highlight ‘Holiday in the Wild’, ‘The Knight Before Christmas’ and the third part of ‘A Christmas prince’. These are all the movies we expect.
‘Holiday in The Wild’
Most predictable love starring the most glamorous and well-known duo of all the proposals you’ll find in this article. Kate (Kristin Davis, whom you will remember from ‘Sex in New York’) is a stylish woman who lives in Manhattan and organizes a second honeymoon with her husband in Africa after her oldest son goes to college. But the tragedy comes, because the husband leaves him just before the trip. But she goes on and leaves alone to spend Christmas there, trying to find in the savannah the new direction of her life. What you will find, in addition, will be the friendship (ahem) of the pilot, Derek (Rob Lowe). He won’t be the only Lowe we’ll see in the film; Also included in the cast is the little son of ‘The Crinder’ actor, John Owen Lowe.
Premiere: November 1
‘White nights: three unforgettable love stories’
Adaptation of the homonymous book written by John Green ( ‘Under the same star’ ), Maureen Johnson ( ‘The Vermont Case’ ) and Lauren Myracle ( ‘Upside Down Magic’ ), three of the most famous youth literature authors today. It’s Christmas Eve in a small city in the United States and a snowstorm rages. A group of teenagers about to finish high school will become friends (and some, something else) thanks to the ‘action’ of a pop star in low hours, a barrel of stolen beer, a group of dancers of the most competitive and a strange woman who appears covered in foil. How can this set of bizarre situations change your life? With Kiernan Shipka ( ‘) and Joan Cusack.
Premiere: November 8
The only animated film that Netflix will include this Christmas in its catalog will be ‘Klaus’, by the Spanish Sergio Pablos, who opens in the direction after having worked at Disney (‘The hunchback of Notre Dame’, ‘Hercules’ …) and be one of the creators of ‘Gru, my favorite villain’ and screenwriter also of the successful ‘Smallfoot’ (2018). The protagonist is Jesper, the worst student of the Royal Post Academy, who is assigned to Smeerensburg, an island of the Arctic Circle. There he will meet a teacher, Alva, and Klaus, a solitary carpenter who lives in a cabin full of the toys he makes, and they will form a trio that will change the lives of the villagers.
Premiere: November 15
‘The Knight Before Christmas’
Vanessa Hudgens continues trying to give cinematographic weight to her career and she does it with this film that looks like becoming one of the favorites of the parties. Share a poster with Josh Whitehouse (‘Poldark’), who gives life to a gentleman from medieval England who travels back in time to the present day and ends up falling in love with a high school science teacher who is very disappointed by love. It has been shot in Santa’s Village , a theme park around Santa Claus located in Ontario, Canada.
Premiere: November 21
‘Christmas, crazy Christmas’
Another movie to share with the family. Romany Malco (‘What do women think about’, ‘Virgin at 40’) gives life to DJ ‘Rush’ Williams, who just before Christmas is fired from the radio station where he works. In order to succeed, he decides to adjust his belt and go live with his four children at his aunt’s house. The plan also includes buying a new radio station. Film with a clear moral: what makes you happy is who surrounds you, not the things you have.
Premiere: November 28
‘A Christmas Prince: The Royal Baby’
After ‘A Christmas prince’ and ‘A Christmas prince: the royal wedding’ , comes the third (and expected) part, with a creature in between. The film takes place at Christmas, at which time the protagonists, Kings Amber and Richard, are in a double wait: on the one hand, they wait for their first ‘real baby’; on the other, they await the arrival of royalty from an old kingdom with which they have to renew an old treaty. However, the agreement will disappear, peace will be jeopardized and an ancient curse threatens the family. We know how it will end, but it is also as entertaining as the previous ones.
Premiere: December 5
‘A Great Option to Watch with Your Lover’
When an NYC cop (Adam Sandler) finally takes his wife (Jennifer Aniston) on a long promised European trip, a chance meeting on the flight gets them invited to an intimate family gathering on the Super Yacht of elderly billionaire Malcolm Quince. When Quince is murdered, they become the prime suspects in a modern day whodunit. MURDER MYSTERY reunites Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston along with an ensemble cast of global talent.
BONUS: Home Alone :)
You can’t watch Home Alone on Netflix but this is a great time to remember :)
An eight-year-old troublemaker must protect his house from a pair of burglars when he is accidentally left home alone by his family during Christmas vacation.
Merry Christmas! :)