Halloween is almost here and that means November is right around the corner. This means Thanksgiving and Black Friday. It also means another batch of new shows and movies in Netflix and oh boy is November stacked!
For Christmas lovers the streaming platform has a ton of original content that should be enticing like Miracle on 34th Street and It’s a Wonderful Life.
New Christmas-themed content that’s coming this November includes a new Netflix animated film, Klaus. The story is about the worst student of the postal academy who is sent away to an isolated island above the arctic circle. Here he meets a mysterious carpenter named Klaus. The animated film stars Jason Schwartzman, J.K. Simmons and Rashida Jones, Joan Cusack, Will Sasso and Norm Macdonald.
Another holiday treat is The Knight Before Christmas which is about a knight who is magically transported to modern-day Ohio during the holidays.
There is also this movie that stars Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and Al Pacino, I don’t know if you’ve heard of them? Sarcasm aside, the movie is called The Irishman and is about the story of famous mob boss Jimmy Hoffa. The legendary Martin Scorsese directed the movie which in all honesty, we haven’t seen an all-star mafia movie in a loooong time. Oh, and it’s 3 1/2 hours long so make sure you have lots of snacks and drinks.
And lastly, before we list down the other shows, is The Dragon Prince. The animated show’s third season will finally be available on Netflix come the 22nd of November. The show tells the story of Callum, Ezran, and Rayla as they traverse the politics between magical elves and evil sorcerers. If you loved Avatar: The Last Airbender, you’ll definitely love the show as well.
This list includes a lot of non-Netflix films like Zombieland and The Matrix Trilogy:
Fire in Paradise (Netflix Documentary)
Fire in Paradise is a retelling of the horrific survival stories of the people during the 2018 forest fire in Paradise, Northern California where 85 people died in what is now known as the sixth deadliest forest fire in America’s history.
The Man Without Gravity (Netflix Film)
The story revolves around Oscar, who was born with the ability to defy gravity who is raised in seclusion and longs for human interaction.
The Matrix Trilogy
The Devil Next Door (Netflix Documentary)
The true-crime docu series narrates the court proceedings revolving around John Demjanjuk, a retired autoworker who was allegedly a Nazi and has partaken in crimes against humanity.
Maradona in Mexico (Netflix Documentary)
The docu-series follows soccer superstar Diego Maradona as he goes to Culiacán in an attempt to save a local soccer team in a place where the Sinaloa Cartel has a hold on the land.
The Stranded (Netflix Original)
A group of teenagers are stranded on an island when a tsunami hits. The young group comes to the realization that nobody is coming to rescue them so they need to come up with a plan to get out of their dire situation.
Klaus (Netflix Film)
The Knight Before Christmas (Netflix Film)
Dolly Parton’s Heartstrings (Netflix Original)
Heartstrings will be presenting the inspiration and stories behind Dolly Parton’s most adored songs.
The Dragon Prince: Season 3 (Netflix Family)
Jaime Lannister in a so much different life. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau stars as Jacob Harlon, a successful stockbroker who is arrested and incarcerated for a fatal DUI accident. Harlon is sentenced for 16 months in prison and becomes involved with a deadly white supremacist gang.
Michael Kerrigan (Sean Bean) is a priest of a Roman Catholic parish who tries to guide some of his most vulnerable church-goers through the hardships of everyday life while trying to process his own demons.
The Irishman (Netflix Film)
Atlantics (Netflix Film)
Workers of a construction company out at sea leaves to search for a better life after not being paid for months and vanishes. However, the women they left behind goes down when a mysterious illness takes over.
The Movies That Made Us(Netflix Original)
A spin-off of The Toys That Made Us, the new series explores the creation of generational movies and expound their impact on today’s pop culture.
Alain Ang is an editor for Best in Au. He enjoys writing about entertainment, movies, and lifestyle. On off days he spends his time with his rescue dogs, Sansa and Heart, digging holes in Minecraft, and developing his novel.