A Netflix Christmas

Here’s a post that you can come to if ever you’re stuck inside throughout December wanting to know which films/shows are new on Netflix.

Netflix is releasing a whole new range of content from super cheesy Christmassy films to dark horrors so I’m sure you’ll be in for a treat this Winter.

Unfortunately, I only have access to the UK version of Netfilx and so can only include the UK release dates only. However, Iwilll be inculding the month of November in this post just because Netflix released a few Christmassy things then aswell.

November 2018

02.11.18

The Holiday Calendar:  A Christmas romcom about a photographer who inherits an antique advent calendar that seems to be pointing her towards the love of her life.

16.11.18

The Princess Switch Vanessa Hudgens plays rags and riches in this Christmassy role reversal love story.

22.11.18

The Christmas Chronicles Kurt Russell stars as Santa in this new Netflix Christmas movie.

30.11.18

A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding This Netflix hit is back with an equally as cheesy Christmas sequel.

December 2018

01.12.18

Training Day This thriller, starring movie giants, is about a rookie narcotics officer (Ethan Hawke) who gets partnered up with a rogue detective (Denzel Washington)

Bobby Robson: More Than a Manager A documentary about the life and career of the late England football manager.

Syriana In short, George Clooney and Matt Damon take on the oil industry.

07.12.18

Mowgli Andy Serkis’ big-budget live-action take on The Jungle Book, featuring the voices of Benedict Cumberbatch, Cate Blanchett and Christian Bale.

Dumplin’ A powerful comedy film about the plus-sized daughter of a former beauty pageant queen (Jennifer Aniston) who signs up to compete in a teen pageant.

Neo Yokio: Christmas Special Vampire Weekend frontman Ezra Koenig’s bizarre, star-studded anime is back for a one-off special holiday episode.

Nailed it! Holiday The Christmas edition of the baking show for people who can’t bake.

Dogs of Berlin A new German crime drama following the investigation into the murder of a famous Turkish-German football player.

About a Boy This classic British film stars Hugh Grant as he becomes an unlikely father-figure for a young Nicholas Hoult.

The 40-year-old Virgin Steve Carrell, Jonah Hill and Seth Rogen were made stars after this first major comedy hit by Judd Apatow.

The Big Lebowski A 1990s slacker classic from the Coen brothers, but that’s just, like, my opinion, man.

The Holiday A Christmas rom-com classic following Kate Winslet and Cameron Diaz as they swap houses – and find love.

The American Meme A new documentary about social media stars which Variety calls “an essential snapshot of the voyeuristic parasitic American fishbowl”, so, yeah, it sounds fun.

09.12.18

A Monster Calls A heartbreaking family drama about a boy who seeks the help of a tree monster (voiced by Liam Neeson) as he attempts to cope with his mother’s terminal illness.

14.12.18

Roma Gravity director Alfonso Cuaron’s semi-autobiographical new film, which has been tipped for Oscar glory.

Fuller House: season 4 New episodes of the classic sitcom spin-off.

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: A Midwinter’s Tale A special Christmas episode, which will be centred around the Church of Night’s solstice celebrations.

The Innocent Man This six-part series focuses on two murders that shocked a small town in Oklahoma during the 1980s. The story gained national attention after thriller writer John Grisham wrote his best-selling non-fiction book, The Innocent Man: Murder and Injustice in a Small Town.

16.12.18

Bruce Springsteen on Broadway Fancying a singalong? Springsteen brings his autobiographical stage show to Netflix.

18.12.18

Ellen DeGeneres stand-up special Ellen’s first stand-up special in 15 years!!!!

21.12.18

Bird Box Post-apocalyptic horror flick from The Night Manager director Susanne Bier.

26.12.18

You This thriller series is about a sociopathic New Yorker who exploits technology to win the heart of the girl he is stalking. Starring Gossip Girl’s Penn Badgley.

Let me know in the comments below if you’ve watched any and whether or not you enjoyed them!

Love you all X

– All of my information has come from this Radio Times article

5 Replies to “A Netflix Christmas”

  1. Omg all of these films sounds so amazing! I’ve already seen The Christmas Chronicles with my daughter and we’re totally watching the Princess Switch this weekend! Adding everything on your list to mine if they’re available to watch in my country. Love this post, Niamh! Thanks for sharing!! Xx

    Mary

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