Top Autumnal Film & TV Recommendations

“Aprils have never meant much to me, autumns seem that season of beginning, spring.”
– Breakfast at Tiffany’s

The coziness of Autumn is starting to take hold, with big jumpers making their way out from the back of wardrobes and spooky films having their time to shine. So, here are my top Autumn films to keep you company as the nights draw in. All are to be watched with cups of hot chocolate and blankets to boot!

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What are your favourite Autumnal watches?
Let me know in the comments! 

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One thought on “Top Autumnal Film & TV Recommendations

  1. Well I will follow example (and link to you) my own list, but I will offer three teasers on my list The Avengers: The Curious Case of the Countless Clues, the plot device has dated rather badly but as an old fashioned murder story it is great with warm autumnal colours populating the location scenes and the cosy nature of the interiors making it perfect fireside entertainment.

    Getting Sam Home. The predominant theme here is death, the titular character Sam dies in his mistresses bed after being recently released from hospital leaving our heroes in an awkward situation of getting their friend into his home and later smuggling him to spend his night before burial at his mistresses home. Cue a joke about needing a body in the shed and the desperation of our heroes as time runs out. The theme of death and old age gives a abstract feel of autumn. A further shadow hangs over it as John Comer who plays Sid had to have his dialogue dubbed as he seemingly had bronchitis during filming but it is was later diagnosed as throat cancer and he died not long after.

    Dr Terror’s House of Horrors, an Amicus studio classic which offers atmospheric chills rather than out and out horror

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