It’s that season again. You’re sure to want to plan at least one movie night with the one you love. Of course, that means queuing up some holiday films with a bit of romance, laughter, and thrills. So, what should you watch this year? Here’s a list of popular classics along with a few that you may have missed.

Halloween Movies You Just Can’t Miss

Take a look at these Halloween movies for watching as you cuddle up for a spooky or not-so-spooky night together.

The Corpse Bride

This spooky yet romantic animation has become a cult classic. This weird yet romantic tale about a couple, a corpse bride, and keeping promises is funny and heartwarming. Add this to your watch list!

The Addams Family

The Addams Family is about a family of creepy misfits who love and accept one another without hesitation. Nobody embodies that more than Gomez and Morticia the family patriarch and matriarch. We should all want love like these two.

Even though the film is nearly 30 years old, it still stands up. It’s irreverent, funny, and touching enough to make it a true Halloween romance.

Don’t Sleep on Thanksgiving!

Take that post-meal nap on Thanksgiving. Then, wake up to catch one of these films with the one you love.

Plains Trains & Automobiles

Do you keep a copy of The Muppets Christmas Carol or National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation on hand for yearly viewing? Those are amazing choices. Now, add Planes Trains & Automobiles to your collection. 

This classic comedy film is the perfect Thanksgiving choice for couples who love to laugh together. Steve Martin and John Candy are at their hilarious best as an ad man who just wants to get home for Thanksgiving and his hapless travel companion.

Tortilla Soup

Thanksgiving is about food and family gathering to eat together. That doesn’t have to be turkey and the trimmings. Every culture and every family has its own rituals and traditions to bring people to the table. Tortilla soup is a celebration of this.

Christmas And Other Winter Time Movies

When December hits, warm up with your partner as you enjoy these holiday films.

Love Actually

The movie Love Actually brings together a cast of nine people with a range of troubles, idiosyncrasies, and dysfunctions. But, they have one thing in common. Each of them just wants to find love for the holidays. If you relate to that, read more about connecting with someone special this year.

It’s a Wonderful Life

There’s a reason you can still find this movie on cable and streaming channels every holiday season. It truly is that good. Follow the saga of poor George Bailey who believes his life has been ruined and contemplates suicide. His guardian angel stops him and shows him what the world would be like if he’d never been bored. Watch through to the end, because the final scene always delivers – no matter how many times you’ve seen the movie.

Mistletoe And Menorahs

This is the story of a toy company exec who must learn about Hanukkah in order to wow a client. In her efforts to do so, she connects with a Jewish teacher who has been tasked with preparing himself for his girlfriend’s traditional family dinner for the holidays.

So, they both agree to teach one another about the intricacies of their faiths and traditions. As you might imagine, plot twists create a decidedly romantic storyline.

Home Alone

Watch Kevin protect his house. See villains get exactly what they deserve. This is a hilarious holiday classic that just never gets old. John Hughes does an amazing job with the plot and manages to weave in some truly engaging subplots along the way.

Enjoy Your Holiday Viewing

You have your list! Start planning your romantic watch party now. A night at the movies is a great way to take a break from the usual holiday chaos.

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