So much happens in the fall: school starts in September, we dress up for Halloween in October, and then we celebrate Thanksgiving in November. Between all the overlays in comfortable sweaters and the pumpkin spice slats, a certain amount of relaxation is necessary. So take a little time from all the pumpkin carving and back-to-school madness, and line up on Netflix for a movie that fits the theme of fall.
Our list of the best fall movies on Netflix ranges from scary horror movies to playful romantic comedies. Whatever your mood, we are sure you will find something you will want to watch. Are you looking for something super exciting? Try The witch. Want something spooky but not too scary? Press play Casper. Read on for more suggestions.
E.T. the extra-terrestrial (1982)
Steven Spielberg’s iconic science fiction film is the ultimate choice for snuggling up on the couch. This comforting film centered on two improbable friends will certainly put you in a good mood in this season when the leaves are falling.
The roommate (2011)
Fall brings with it new beginnings, like the start of the first year of college. Gossip Girl Star Leighton Meester redefines what it means to have a friendly roommate in this breathtaking psychological thriller.
Bird box (2018)
Oscar-winning actress Sandra Bullock stars as Malorie in this popular thriller. Trust us, you will be on your guard all the time watching a mysterious force threaten to decimate anyone who takes a look at “that”.
The Witch (2015)
Located in New England in the 1630s, a Puritan family living near the woods began to experience supernatural encounters with a witch. It all starts when she steals an unbaptized little boy … anddd cue goosebumps.
Inspired by Arkansas football player Brandon Burlsworth, this moving sports film explores its impact on the Indianapolis Colts. Brandon’s legacy continues to be celebrated today through the NFL and his family.
A ghost story (2017)
It’s a ghost story like no other, mainly due to the lack of special effects. Actor Casey Affleck plays a man who haunts his wife (Rooney Mara) while wearing only a white sheet. Even so, the film has a powerful message.
Based on the news of the same name by Stephen King, this scary horror drama follows farmer Wilfred as he takes drastic measures to stay on his Nebraska farm.
V for Vendetta (2005)
Drawing from real historical moments, V for Vendetta bring the audience into the horrible realities of a dystopian British society controlled by a totalitarian regime.
The Silence of the Lambs (1991)
Nothing says “fall is here!” more than seeing a classic horror movie like this again. Whether you’ve made this psychological thriller part of your seasonal routine, or the first time you press Play, you won’t regret it.
Martin Scorsese’s latest film was recognized at the Oscars and the Golden Globes for good reason. In the first few minutes of the film, you will be immersed in the tumultuous world of 1950s organized crime.
The curious case of Benjamin Button (2008)
Brad Pitt is at the forefront of this one of a kind romantic drama. The acclaimed actor plays Benjamin Button, a man who mysteriously ages backwards.
With fall foliage comes two things: the smell of bratwursts and the sounds of football on match day. This inspiring documentary about a Memphis high school team trying to break their 110-game losing streak continued to win at the 2012 Oscars.
The kindergarten teacher (2018)
Going beyond her professional requirements, a teacher (Maggie Gyllenhaal) nourishes the poetic gifts of her young student. Thinking it is a mini Mozart, it could go too far.
The Spectacular Now (2013)
A film on the transition to adulthood during Sutter (Miles Teller) and Amy’s (Shailene Woodley) in high school. Although they cannot be more different, they form a bond that makes them question their uncertain future.
Julie and Julia (2009)
After the lives of two real women, Julie Powell and Julia Child, this film shows how their life is intertwined. At a time when everything is falling apart, Julie seeks comfort by blogging about her cooking experience through the child’s cookbook. Prepare to get inspired, cry and be hungry while watching this one.
To all the boys I loved before (2018)
About time (2013)
For us, fall movies on Netflix are best viewed with comfortable blankets and a cup of hot cocoa. The best complement to these accessories is a romantic movie, like Rachel McAdams’ time travel movie About time.
The Edge of Seventeen (2016)
You can’t think of falling without remembering your awkward high school phase. To help you revisit these feelings, Nadine (Hailee Steinfeld) takes you on a hilarious and moving journey through a surviving junior year.
Everyone usually dreads Thanksgiving dinner, and KrishaThe history of ‘shows no exception to this rule. When a woman finds her distant family over the holidays, it goes beyond an uncomfortable political conversation.
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