Hello everyone! ❤ I hope you’re all doing great (even if you’re freezing your butt off – I mean, hot cocoa and fluffy onesies must make up for that, right?)
So I’ve been on a mission to gather as much Christmas-y entertainment as I possibly can, and during my quest I’ve come across some pretty good ones! Which made me think: “well, why not share my findings with others?” I mean, you guys are probably in need of some extra Christmas-y material too, right?
So, without further ado, here are my recommentations:
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale [Netflix]: I really enjoyed this little Yule special and it made me even more pumped for season 2! Too bad we’ll have to wait until April… But in the meantime, it was lovely to get a little holiday spirit in 🙂
The Christmas Chronicles [Netflix]: This movie actually surprised me! I was expecting it to be super cheesy and childish but it was actually quite enjoyable, funny and charming. It’s also very family-oriented so suitable for any age.
The Family Stone [Amazon Prime]: This is probably one of my favourite Christmas movies of all time. I watch it every year and I never get tired of it! It has everything: family love, fun and witty dialogue, amazing and diverse characters, romance, drama… It’s just basically perfect.
Christmas Eve [Amazon Prime]: Due to a violent car crash, tons of people become stuck inside lifts all around the city, forced to endure each other’s company for several hours. And we all know how that ends, right? Also, Patrick Stewart is in it!
Pottersville [Netflix]: Classified as a dark comedy, it definitely has a charm of its own. The plot revolves around a man who gets mistaken by Bigfoot while on a drunken rampage. The classic small town story with a twist!
Christmas with the Kranks [Amazon Prime]: Based on John Grisham’s book “Skipping Christmas”, it chronicles a couple’s decision to not celebrate Christmas that year – a decision that is not so well-received by their family, friends or neighbours. Hilarity ensues!
Aggretsuko: We Wish You a Metal Christmas [Amazon Prime]: I just adore this metal-loving red panda. Like most people (and especially milennials), it’s easy to relate to her inner struggle with her job/social situation. It’s also super cute and merry!
On my watchlist:
I had way too many book recommendations / books I want to read for Christmas, so please visit my Goodreads Christmas list if you’d like to find them all and also my Christmas reviews if you’d like to know what I thought about some of them!