90’s Cartoons to Stream on Hulu This Summer

Have you binged Rick and Morty maybe one too many times? Need a new animated series to fill up that summertime TV programming lull? Instead of waiting for new content, watch something from the 90’s!

This decade was full of awesome animated shows, some of which were arguably better than the most popular series today. Luckily for animated series fans everywhere, Hulu is bringing tons of 90’s cartoon realness to your screen.

Check out this list of great 90’s cartoons you should totally stream on Hulu this summer:

Hey Arnold

If you’re a 90’s kid, you will probably remember this Nickelodeon cartoon classic, Hey Arnold!  The show stars a hip 4th-grader, Arnold, who lives with his grandparents Phil and Gertie in the Sunset Arms boarding house. It takes place in Hillwood, an amalgamation of Portland, Seattle, and Brooklyn– so basically imaginary hipster town. This kid grew up in a housing co-op, in a room that most millennials would only dream of, had a fine appreciation for jazz, and a slick fashion sense.  Arnold was too cool for school, but he would always be there for a friend in need.

When the show premiered in 1996, it was groundbreaking entertainment. It was the first ever Nickelodeon cartoon to use actual children to voice characters on the show. It is also still considered to be the most diverse cartoon of all time, portraying characters from many different ethnic backgrounds. Hey Arnold is sophisticated, timeless, and entertaining for kids and adults alike. Definitely add this one to your watchlist.

Home Movies

Next on this totally retro list is Adult Swim’s flagship cartoon, Home MoviesConceived by Brendan Small (Metalocalypse), Loren Bouchard (Bob’s Burgers), and H. Jon Benjamin (Bob’s Burgers, Archer), this underrated animated series is considered to be the precursor to Bob’s Burgers. 

Brendan Small portrays his younger persona, a nonchalant, sarcastic 3rd grader who loves making home movies with his friends after school. Small does not even pretend to act like an 8-year-old and approaches every situation with hilarious wit. This dialogue driven show focuses less on visual storytelling and more on funny conversations. It first aired in 1999 on a different network, but later moved to Cartoon Network to lead the way in their new late-night adult programming block, Adult Swim. It is not a visual masterpiece, but it is definitely a must see for every legit cartoon fan out there.

Daria

Daria is the quintessential 90’s animated sitcom. This Beavis and Butthead spin-off was about the daily life of a slightly misanthropic, disaffected, teenage outcast named Daria Morgendorffer. When the series premiered on MTV in 1997, it became an instant hit.

Daria’s off-color brand of cleverly placed sarcasm helped form the critical voice of the millennial generation. Daria was the embodiment of teen angst, the girl who perfected shade-throwing, the black sheep that was somehow 100% relatable. We loved her long before hipsters stole her look because she wasn’t afraid to live her truth. Her melancholic, malaise truth. With a Daria reboot coming down the pipeline, we couldn’t be more excited about this addition to Hulu.

Doug

Doug was one of the greatest 90’s cartoons. Premiering originally in 1991 on Nickelodeon, the show later moved to Disney in 1994. (It was so great, Disney didn’t want to the show end.) Doug was a nerdy, goofy guy who brought a lot of relatable realness to your Saturday morning cartoon block. Doug loves journaling, hanging out with his dog, and debating with his hip, thespian sister, Judy.

Though the show may be a bit juvenile for older audiences, it never ceases to captivate with its awesome storytelling and its feel-good vibes.

Animaniacs

From the mind of Steven Spielberg and the creators of Pinky and the Brain, came a zany animated variety show, Animaniacs. Oh, Animaniacs. These mice … dogs? … Monkeys? We’re pretty sure they’re supposed to be monkeys. Whatever they are, these silly siblings have a place in every 90’s kid’s heart.

Each episode was a series of short skits, featuring a huge cast of characters, centering around the Warner brothers, Yakko and Wakko, and their sister Dot. It first aired on Fox in 1993, and it helped pave the way for many other animated series in the mainstream. Many believed this show was the pinnacle of Warner Bros. cartoons during the Animation Renaissance of the late 80’s and early 90’s. Hulu thinks this cartoon’s zany, nonsensical humor stands the test of time, so they are planning to reboot it in 2020. Better start watching now to prepare yourself!

There are tons of other great 90’s cartoons that didn’t make the cut because they are not yet on Hulu, but we think they still deserve an honorable mention: Ed, Edd and Eddy, AHH Real Monsters, Dexter’s Laboratory, Rocko’s Modern Life, Angry Beavers, The Wild Thornberrys, Cow and Chicken, and Rocket Power.

Happy streaming, everyone!

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Russia and Croatia will face off in the World Cup quarterfinals on Saturday, July 7 at 2 p.m. ET.

As the World Cup reaches its apex, and the France vs. Uruguay and Brazil vs. Belgium games close out Friday, only a few countries remain in the running. After a month-long celebration of athleticism, patriotism, and all sorts of boundary-breaking, it’s down to the wire.

Russia, the host country for the 2018 World Cup, is riding a wave of success hardly anyone saw coming. After a penalty-shootout victory over much higher-ranked Spain, a victory against Croatia will give them a spot in the semi-finals.

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All the New Original Movies You Can Stream on Netflix This Summer

The movie theater used to be a place to escape to when you just needed a darkened, air-conditioned room to plop down in for a couple of hours. It’s now facing some tough competition from your darkened, air-conditioned living room. For those who can’t be moved to sweat their way to a theater, there’s a full slate of Netflix original movies hitting the small screen this season.

From zombie survival thrillers to quaint British period pieces, here’s what’s new on Netflix this summer—adding to an already packed slate of summer movie releases.

Cargo (May 18)

In this emotional zombie survival movie based on a critically acclaimed short film, Martin Freeman plays the infected father of an infant daughter who forges unexpected connections while trying to protect her in the wilderness.

Ibiza (May 25)

Three girlfriends — played by Love’s Gillian Jacobs, 2 Dope QueensPhoebe Robinson and Saturday Night Live alum Vanessa Bayer travel to the Spanish island known for electronic- dance-music-fueled parties and soon find themselves on the hunt for an elusive DJ.

Set It Up (June 15)

Two frazzled, overworked assistants (Zoe Deutch and Glen Powell) try to set up their demanding bosses, played by Taye Diggs and Lucy Liu, in an effort to get them off their backs.

Graduates (June 29)

David Spade and Nat Faxon (Friends From College) star in this comedy about two recent college grads whose argument about which dude’s dad would win in a fight leads to the upending of a number of lives.

The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter (July 6)

Josh Brolin flexes his comedic muscles, alongside Vice Principals‘ Danny McBride, as a hunter setting out to bond with his son over a pastime that’s far from a shared interest.

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Alex Strangelove (July 20)

In a new comedy from the writer-director of The Skeleton Twins, a teenager is preparing to lose his virginity to his girlfriend when his sexual identity becomes confused by the introduction of a handsome stranger.

Like Father (Aug. 3)

Kristen Bell and Kelsey Grammer team up as an estranged father-daughter duo on a Caribbean cruise originally intended to be her honeymoon.

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Extinction (Aug. 10)

Michael Peña and Lizzy Caplan star in a sci-fi thriller about a father trying to save his family when the planet is invaded by a band of not-so-friendly outsiders.

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society (Aug. 10)

Based on the 2008 novel of the same name, this historical drama sees Lily James as a writer who travels to a small British island and embeds with a quirky local club after World War II.

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To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (Aug. 17)

In this adaptation of Jenny Han’s young-adult novel, a teenager (X-Men: Apocalypse‘s Lana Condor) is mortified to find that all of the secret love letters she’s written have been mysteriously delivered.


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This will be the first time any major US sports league has agreed to broadcast regular season games exclusively on the social network. MLB said that every owner unanimously approved the deal. They would not share financial terms, but sources close to the matter tell Bloomberg it was in the ballpark of $ 30 million to $ 35 million.

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Here’s where you can (thankfully) stream “Get Out” before the Oscars

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Here’s where you can (thankfully) stream “Get Out” before the Oscars

While Get Out was beloved by critics and audiences alike, that didn’t necessarily mean it was guaranteed to be nominated at the 2018 Oscars. But Jordan Peele made history when he became the third filmmaker ever to have his movie nominated for Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Screenplay at the Oscars. Not to mention that star Daniel Kaluuya nabbed a nomination for Best Actor. If you haven’t seen Get Out yet — well, it’s beyond time for you to get on that. And thankfully, we know where to stream Get Out before the Oscars on March 4th.

It’s pretty common for movies that are hoping to get nominated at the Oscars to be released toward the end of the calendar year. That way, they are at the forefront of Academy voters’ minds. Get Out didn’t play those Oscar games, since it actually came out in movie theaters nearly a year ago on February 24th, 2017.

If for some inconceivable reason you haven’t watched Get Out in the last year, you’re kind of in luck. Beyond Get Out being released in movie theaters again, you have multiples ways to stream it from the comfort of your own home. (That’s pretty ideal if you scare easily because you can control the lighting situation.)

For $ 14.99, you can stream Get Out on Amazon, iTunes, and YouTube.

But if you have an HBO subscription, don’t pay anything extra, since you can stream Get Out for free.

You can stream Get Out if you have HBO as part of your cable package on HBO Go. If you don’t have cable, it’s also available through HBO Now. And pro-tip: you can get a free one-month trial of HBO Now.

Even if you’ve already used up your free trial (cause, let’s be real, you probably did to stream Game Of Thrones), a month-long subscription only costs $ 14.99. And pssst — that’s the same price as streaming Get Out on those other platforms. Plus, you’ll have access to everything else HBO has to offer if you go that route, so it’s a win-win.

Whether you saw Get Out when it first came out and want to be reminded of its greatness or are trying to right the terrible wrong of having not seen it yet, plenty of streaming options await you. So don’t delay because you’re gonna want to understand all of Jimmy Kimmel’s inevitable sunken place jokes come Oscars night.

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13 Black-Hearted Movies to Stream on Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day can be rough for those of us who are a little jaded towards all that lovey-dovey stuff. Maybe you want to get into the spirit of the holiday but in a darker, less conventional way. Well, we’ve got some flicks for you.

If you like Valentine’s Day candy to be nothing but dark chocolate, here are some black-hearted flicks you can watch while everyone else is making googly eyes at each other.

Blue Velvet (1986)

Available on Amazon Prime.

David Lynch is fascinated with examining characters who are seduced and corrupted by the darker forces of existence. Never has that been better explored than in Blue Velvet. The story revolves around naive young man Jeffrey Beaumont (Kyle MacLachlan) discovering a severed ear in a field. As he investigates this morbid mystery, he crosses paths with sultry lounge singer Dorothy Vallens (Isabella Rossellini) and becomes entranced by her. His obsession with Dorothy leads him into a confrontation with the terrifying Frank Booth (Dennis Hopper) and Jeffrey plunges even deeper into an underworld of depravity.

It’s a twisted romance that could only come from the brilliantly demented mind behind Twin Peaks. It’s a difficult and disturbing watch but it’s also one of the best films on this list.

Heathers (1988)

Available on Netflix and Hulu.

Teenage love is often the most tumultuous kind of love. Well, what happens when you throw a little homicide into the mix? That’s what Veronica (Winona Ryder) is dealing with when she falls head over heels for bad boy J.D. (Christia Slater). The two of them end up embarking on a semi-unintentional murder spree and decide to make the killings look like pretentious suicides. Of course, the town turns these kids into posthumous heroes and J.D. becomes obsessed with turning even more teenagers into corpses.

Heathers is a biting bit of satire with a kooky romance as its beating heart. It’s got rapid-fire humor and wonderful chemistry between its two leads. This is a mandatory high school movie.

Bride of Chucky (1998)

Available on HBO NOW.

The Child’s Play franchise had gotten a tad stale after three entries, but Bride of Chucky revitalized the whole series and gave Chucky (Brad Dourif) a romantic foil in the form of the hilarious and super hot Tiffany (Jennifer Tilly). After resurrecting Chucky, Tiffany gets her soul transferred to a doll as well. The two embark on a quest to find some new vessels to possess and they end up hitching along with two eloping lovers, Jade (Katherine Heigl) and Jesse (Nick Stabile). Along the way, they do what slasher villains do best: slice and dice.

Bride of Chucky is a darkly comedic blast, and the deranged relationship between Chucky and Tiffany is bizarrely touching. Just wait until you get to their, ahem, most romantic scene.

Audition (1999)

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Finding love can be very difficult. What if you held a fake audition for an acting role as a cover to find a date? Audition puts forth that concept and it does not turn out well. Because one of the auditioning women, Asami (Eihi Shiina), ends up being one of the most horrific and obsessive individuals ever portrayed on film. When things go sour, she kidnaps her date and proceeds to torture and mutilate him in ways that will make you cover your eyes and scream.

Audition is an endurance test for many viewers. For those who can make it through, it’s a hell of a horror film.

Let the Right One In (2008)

Available on Hulu and Shudder.

Being an outcast is tough, especially when you’re a child. Oskar (Kåre Hedebrant) is a loner kid living in Stockholm. But, he soon befriends Eli (Lina Leandersson), the strange and quiet girl who just moved in next door. They strike up a friendship and even a romance, but it’s not long before Oskar realizes what’s so special about Eli: she’s a vampire.

Let the Right One In is a violent exploration of companionship and accepting the darker parts of our nature. It’s also the kind of charming romance we rarely see in films centered around very young characters. This is a brutally honest and equally heartfelt film with plenty of blood to spare.

Antichrist (2009)

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After the accidental death of their infant son, a grieving couple known only as He (Willem Dafoe) and She (Charlotte Gainsbourg) retreat to a cabin in the woods in order to repair their failing marriage. As they attempt to console each other and get to the root of their problems, nature itself begins to rebel against them in nightmarish fashion.

Antichrist is a vicious and unrelenting deep dive into the disintegration of a romance and the inescapable forces of death and decay. It’s a tough film to recommend but if you can withstand its onslaught of horror, it’s a movie that will never leave your brain.

The Loved Ones (2009)

Available to rent on iTunes, Amazon, and YouTube or Google Play.

This one does require a rental, but out of every film on this list, The Loved Ones is the one you should seek out the most. The story centers around a high school prom, one of the biggest and most dramatic events in a teenager’s life. When the shy Lola (Robin McLeavy) is rejected by the emotionally troubled Brent (Xavier Samuel), she kidnaps him and sets up her own version of the prom. And Brent isn’t the first boy she’s done this too …

The Loved Ones is a perverse and shocking twist on the melodrama of high school romance, and it will definitely go to places you won’t expect. It’s an ugly and truly excellent flick for anyone who has ever felt rejected.

My Bloody Valentine (2009)

Available on Amazon Prime and Hulu.

This remake of the 1981 slasher goes for full-on goofy charm and it works. Centered around a local mine, the grisly events play out around Valentine’s Day so it’s also a very appropriately themed entry in this list. It delivers the kind of slasher fare you expect — gory kills, a masked killer, and even a mystery — but its 3D production adds an extra layer of silly charm to all the bloody ridiculousness.

If you can’t hunt down the original, it makes for a solid double feature with this polished remake. But, this is the one that’s easily available and it’s well worth your time during the Valentine’s Day holiday.

The Last Circus (2010)

Available on Shudder.

Two circus clowns, Javier (Carlos Areces) and Sergio (Antonio de la Torre), battle over the love and affection of the trapeze artist, Natalia (Carolina Bang). All three of them are sadistic and deeply disturbed, and it leads to the kinds of unbelievable escalation that American films are afraid to try. The movie is actually a deep metaphor for the history of Spain, but even removed from that perspective, The Last Circus works as a ferocious descent into obsession and violence.

It’s a truly bonkers film that needs to be seen to be believed.

I Saw the Devil (2010)

Available on Hulu and Shudder.

How far would you go to punish someone who murdered the love of your life? I Saw the Devil asks that question and the answers it comes up with aren’t pretty. When secret agent Kim Soo-hyeon (Byung-hun Lee) discovers the decapitated head of his fiancé, he decides to hunt down the killer on his own and play a sick game of cat-and-mouse.

I Saw the Devil is one of the best Korean films of all time, and for anyone who has ever wanted to enact harsh revenge on someone will understand its particular perspective.

Maniac (2012)

Available on Shudder.

Maniac might be the most difficult film to watch on this list. It’s primarily told from the first-person perspective of Frank (Elijah Wood), a serial killer who targets young women and scalps them. But when he becomes acquaintanced with Anna (Nora Arnezeder), his world begins to fall apart and reality starts to come crashing down.

Maniac is a horror masterpiece but it’s also one that is going to be tough to stomach for most viewers. Putting yourself in the shoes of a serial killer is difficult, but it’s also a tragically heartbreaking tale that ends in a frenzy of nightmares. You’ve been warned.

The Lobster (2015) (Amazon Prime)

Available on Amazon Prime.

The Lobster presents the audience with a ludicrous concept. People live in a compound and are forced to find a mate within a certain time period. If they don’t, they are turned into an animal of their choosing. David (Colin Farrell) is trying his best to find someone but nothing is working out. It’s when he comes across a Short-Sighted Woman (Rachel Weisz) from a very different collective that things start to feel right. But, her group has their own set of particular rules.

The Lobster is incredibly dry-witted and bleak and leaves the audience with a difficult choice to make by the movie’s end. If you’ve felt cynical about finding love, this is a movie that might give you something to mull over.

Hounds of Love (2016) (Hulu)

Available on Hulu.

Australian filmmaker Ben Young crafts this skin-crawling thriller about a disturbed couple, Evelyn (Emma Booth) and John (Stephen Curry), who kidnap teenager Vicki (Ashleigh Cummings). As Vicki discovers exactly who these people are, she uses their issues with each other to help her escape. Hounds of Love is a creepy look at two truly broken and awful people who are both perfect for each other and doomed to destroy themselves.

Like other films on this list, Hounds of Love is designed to make you uncomfortable. If that’s not your thing, this list probably isn’t for you. But, if it is for you, Hounds of Love is not a movie to miss.

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How to Watch or Stream the 2018 Grammy Awards

The 2018 Grammy Awards are upon us! Music’s biggest night, complete with the best celebrity guests and musical performances, will air this Sunday, January 28. This year the show takes place at New York City’s historical Madison Square Garden and will be hosted by James Corden. Let’s take a look at how you can watch the show on television or via a streaming app.

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You can watch the show live, coast-to-coast on CBS at 7:30PM EST or at 4:30PM PST. The show will air simultaneously, so no need to worry about getting spoiled about winners on Twitter.

If have you CBS but won’t be home, you can sign into the CBS All Access app with your cable provider info and watch the show on your phone. If you don’t have cable, you can sign up for a CBS All Access subscription and watch the show on your phone or any streaming device that carries the app.

If you’re not in the US and want to watch the Red Carpet arrivals, you can do so via Facebook Live. The social media platform will be streaming live via CBS’s Facebook Page beginning at 3PM EST/12PM PST. The steam will also be available at Grammy.com.

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Of all the gifts Japan has given us — sushi, anime, kaiju monsters — perhaps the greatest one of all is karaoke. Before sing along music videos were invented, drunk amateurs would have to screech songs at their friends a capella. It was basically like living in the world before penicillin was invented.

Anyway we’re playing Singstar Celebration because it’s the last day in the office and we feel like having some fun. So hang out while we butcher songs by your favorite artists like Adele, Britney Spears, One Direction, Nirvana, fun, and more!

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Put on Your Christmas Jammies and Stream These 15 Holiday Flicks for Free

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, right?

It’s time for sleigh rides and dinners and family and caroling and baking and fires and tree decorating and stockings and Santa pictures and gingerbread decorating and all the other warm and fuzzy memory-making activities you can possibly come up with.

But if one of those fond-holiday-memory-makers is snuggling up in your flannel jammies and watching Christmas movies, you might be sorely disappointed.

Why Christmas Movies Are So Dang Hard to Watch This Year

Unless you’re still hanging on to a robust VHS collection (like my parents), or you’re one of those people who didn’t sell your entire DVD collection when you switched to an online streaming service, you’ve probably noticed the distinct lack of free, quality holiday movies on the internet right now.

No, your web-surfing eyes do not deceive you.

There’s actually a reason you haven’t been able to plop down on the couch to watch your favorite Christmas classic despite hours of scrolling and searching: Streaming companies simply aren’t making enough money off your fleeting need to watch a miracle unfold on 34th Street.

Unfortunately for the festive among us, holiday movies just aren’t big enough money makers (in terms of draw and subscribers) to make the complicated and expensive rights-securing process worth it. A film that is only popular for three weeks out of the year doesn’t have a large enough ROI to make licensing worth it, so streaming services are skipping the big names in favor of creating and hosting originals, which are more cost-effective.

I mean sure, those originals can be pretty good — but they’re nothing like the classics. And the classics? Those’ll cost you additional fees.

But while it may seem like Hulu, Amazon and Netflix held a secret meeting about how to crush our Christmas cheer in the quickest, most effective way, that’s not really the case. They have their reasoning and that’s OK (I guess), but that still leaves us wondering: How do we have a Christmas movie marathon when all of the good ones come with a price?

We make do, that’s what. So, with a combination of classics and streaming platform originals, we pulled together a list of movies you can watch on your favorite online streaming platform this season.

15 Holiday Movies You Can Watch for Free This Season

Turn on those twinkly lights, warm up that hot chocolate and step into those Christmas pajamas, folks: It’s time to get your Christmas movie marathon on.

1. “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” Netflix

The live-action Jim Carrey version of Dr. Seuss’ “How The Grinch Stole Christmas” is one of the few classics available for streaming on Netflix. (I’m using the term “classic” here loosely, mind you. I know not everyone considers a film from the year 2000 a classic, but come on — it’s the Grinch!)

2. “The Legend of Frosty the Snowman,” Netflix

A lot of Netflix’s good Christmas content is geared toward children (which is great for family movie night, regardless) but Frosty is a snowman beloved by all ages. As such, he gets a spot on this list of Christmas movies perfect for a holiday binge.

3. “The Christmas Prince,” Netflix

OOH BOY. So while this Netflix original may be a bit — what’s the word? Cringey? — to some, it had to be included simply for its recent rise to infamy. Whether you love it or love to hate it, it’s still a good Christmas watch.

And if you’re looking for another “so bad it’s good” Christmas film, queue up “Christmas Inheritance” or one of Netflix’s dozen other seasonal Hallmark movie-level films. (Search “Christmas” and find titles like “Christmas Wedding Baby” and, well, others.)

4. “The Nightmare Before Christmas,” Netflix

While there’s some hot debate over whether to watch this movie on Halloween or closer to Christmas (correct answer: the first day of November to mark the transition from Halloween to the rest of the holiday season), there’s no denying its status as a holiday classic. Stream it on Netflix for no additional cost!

5. “The Santa Clause,” Netflix

Up there with How The Grinch Stole Christmas on my list of favorite Christmas films, “The Santa Clause” (with Tim Allen and that oft debated elf) is a staple of the holiday season. Bonus: “The Santa Clause 2” and “The Santa Clause 3” (meh) made their way back to Netflix on Dec. 12.

6. “White Christmas,” Netflix

OK, so for anyone who was waiting for me to get to the true classics, we’ve finally made it: “White Christmas,” a Bing Crosby showstopper. It’s one of the few of its era that is available for streaming.

7. “Bad Santa,” Netflix, Hulu

I’ll admit, I’ve never actually seen this movie. (I know, I know — and I claim to be a holiday enthusiast?!) But I hear tell it’s a great option for an evening of bad laughs and an overindulgence in spiked ’nog.

8. “While You Were Sleeping,” Netflix

Sandra Bullock fans rejoice: This pseudo-classic that takes place over the holiday season was brought back to Netflix on Dec. 1. It may only be back for a limited time, but it’s here for now and that’s what matters.

9. “I Want a Dog for Christmas,” Charlie Brown, Amazon Prime Video

While you can’t watch “A Charlie Brown Christmas” for free on Amazon, you can watch the next best thing: “I Want a Dog for Christmas, Charlie Brown.” As a bonus, this one features a New Year special. Also included with Prime Video? “Charlie Brown’s Christmas Tales.”

10. “Little Women,” Amazon Prime Video

OK, so “Little Women” isn’t strictly a Christmas movie — but with all the changing of the seasons comes plenty of holiday cheer, and in my house, that’s enough for this to be considered a Christmas movie night staple.

11. “Holiday Inn,” Amazon Prime Video

This is another Bing Crosby film, featuring holiday songs from Irving Berlin. Check and check: Christmas classic.

12. “The Miracle on 34th Street,” Amazon Prime Video

This is a made-for-TV adaptation of the original, so it’s much shorter at only 46 minutes. If you’re looking to squeeze in one last feel-good movie while the rest of the family is dozing off, though, this might be a good pick.

13. “The Holiday,” Amazon Prime Video, Hulu

“The Holiday” is that 2006 holiday movie featuring Kate Winslet, Cameron Diaz, Jude Law and Jack Black. If you’re not sold already, then I don’t really know what else to tell you.

14. “I’ll Be Home for Christmas,” Hulu

This 1998 film starring Jonathan Taylor Thomas and a young Jessica Biel is, without a doubt, a classic in my eyes. Y’all can watch it and decide for yourselves.

15. “Christmas with the Kranks,” Hulu

If you’re in the mood for one of those mischievous Christmas movies but don’t want to pay the extra $ $ to watch “Home Alone” for the 70th time, “Christmas with the Kranks” is a good stand-in.

If you work your way through this list and you’re still hungry for more holiday happiness, check out FreeForm’s 25 Days of Christmas schedule (if you haven’t cut the cord on cable), or check your local listings for any movies that may be playing on the local TV network.

You may end up having to sit through commercial breaks, but that just means time to refresh your eggnog and corral the Christmas-candy-sugar-crazy kids.

Grace Schweizer is a junior writer at The Penny Hoarder. You’ll find her curled up on the couch bingeing on holiday cheer for the next two weeks.

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The Austrailian artist who, himself, recently released Sick of What I Don’t Understand Part 1 — the first part of a three-piece album — spoke on the collaboration saying, “writing for 6LACK has been an incredibly unique experience and I only got given the opportunity through a kind soul named Trevor (aka Singawd), who regularly produces for 6LACK.” The young producer goes on to explain how 6LACK has pushed him to “write as creatively and independently as I want…to not become bogged down by the style they’ve known to create.”

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Korean horror went through a renaissance in the late ’90s and early ’00s. Since then, the nation has produced some of the most unsettling, creepy, and visually unique horror films in the world. So, when you need something extra scary this Halloween, head to your streaming service of choice and check out these terrifying South Korean horror movies.

The Wailing


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Creepy, atmospheric, and downright spooky, The Wailing is a visually stunning South Korean supernatural horror thriller. But, it’s the unusual story steeped in folklore yet grounded in modern-day realities that really sets this film apart from other K-horror films.

The Wailing is set in a mountain village where a weird “infection” starts spreading and people are mysteriously dying. When a policeman’s daughter shows signs of the same infection, the family sees a shaman to deal with the issue. But can the shaman’s old-world mysticism heal the girl before it takes hold of her?

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A Tale of Two Sisters


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You want scared s**tless, then A Tale of Two Sisters is where it’s at. One of the earlier Korean horror movies to get the attention of an international audience, the film is stylishly directed and excellently executed.

If you’re a fan of Asian horror — particularly some of the more well-known Japanese horror movies around — then you’ll love A Tale of Two Sisters. It tells the story of two sisters who return home from a mental institution to their father and cruel and unbalanced step-mother. The sisters’ recovery is hindered when a ghost interferes in their lives.

A Tale of Two Sisters is loosely based on a South Korean folktale and was remade as the 2009 American Emily Browning film The Uninvited.

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Oldboy


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Oh Dae-su searching for answers in ‘Oldboy’ (2003).

Director, Park Chan-wook is a titan of South Korean filmmaking. His movies transcend borders with their intense themes grounded in reality and punctuated with moments of dark comedy.

Oldboy tells the story of Oh Dae-Su who is imprisoned for reasons he doesn’t know. When he’s suddenly released after 15 years, he has five days to find his captor and discover some unsettling secrets. The movie is brutal and bloody but also stunningly shot and the story takes some interesting turns you won’t expect.

Oldboy is available to stream on Netflix.

Another Park Chan-wook horror film worth checking out is his intense and extremely messed-up 2009 vampire movie, Thirst, which is available to stream on Amazon.

I Saw the Devil


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When a highly-trained detective’s wife is dismembered and murdered, the distraught husband goes on the hunt to find, and torment, the man responsible. While I Saw the Devil shares the same director as A Tale of Two Sisters, the two films have little in common beyond the fine attention to detail and some really creative storytelling. Where A Tale of Two Sisters relies on an eerie, more supernatural creepiness, I Saw the Devil is deeply rooted in realism.

As any good Korean horror thriller does, some moments are tough to watch. But where the film really succeeds is in the way it blurs the lines for the hero — does he go too far? Or does his pursuit of evil take him beyond revenge? And in the end, was it even worth it?

I Saw the Devil is available to stream on Hulu.

Train to Busan


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Train to Busan was one of South Korea’s biggest movies of 2016. It tells the story of an overworked and inattentive father going through a divorce. When his daughter decides she wants to stay with her mother in Busan, the father and daughter take the ordinary two-hour train journey south. But they soon find themselves fighting for their lives as a zombie outbreak takes over.

You can choose to take the movie at face value — a dumb, fun zombie film with some gore and thrills — and it still holds up. Scratch the surface and, much like Romero’s classic zombie films, you’ll find Train to Busan has a lot of depth to it.

Fun fact: Train to Busan star, Gong Yoo played the lead role in the critically-acclaimed Korean drama Goblin. In one scene, he goes to a cinema to watch a movie, and the film he watches: Train to Busan.

Train to Busan is available to stream on Netflix. An animated prequel, Seoul Station, is available to stream on Shudder.

The Host (Netflix)


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From Snowpiercer director Bong Joon-ho, The Host isn’t straight-up horror, but it is a lot of fun. The monster thriller has all the hallmarks of a good kaiju film, but with enough self-awareness of both the genre and the tendency for Korean films and TV to get a bit overdramatic that it comes dangerously close to being a comedy.

Park Gang-du (Song Kang-ho) is a slovenly, dim-witted dad who would do anything for his daughter, Hyun-seo (Go Ah-sung). But when a monster that was laying dormant emerges from Seoul’s Han River, it goes on a rampage, killing many and capturing others, including Hyun-seo. But can the family of losers get their s**t together to save Park Gang-du’s daughter?

The Host is available to stream on Netflix.

Bonus: Pulgasari


The beast from North Korean kaiju movie, ‘Pulgasari’.

North Korea’s 1985 monster movie Pulgasari isn’t exactly a scare-fest in and of itself. What is creepy about this painfully bad and dated film is the story behind its creation.

In the late ‘70s, North Korean intelligence kidnapped South Korean film director Shin Sang-ok and his actress wife, Choi Eun-hee for the purpose of making propaganda films for the government. The couple eventually escaped the hermit kingdom, but not before creating this kaiju gem.

Pulgasari is loosely based on the legend of a monster that eats iron and destroys evil and is believed to be a metaphor for what happens when capitalism runs amok. Some believe that the director tried to put a hidden message in the film about then-leader Kim Il-sung betraying the country’s revolution for his own gain.

As copyright laws prior to 2001 were non-existent in North Korea, Pulgasari is available to watch on YouTube for free.

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“I know Jay, and as my experience with him, whatever’s winning is what he’s going to embrace,” he admitted during the interview. “So if bringing awareness to being robbed as a culture is what’s now in style… that’s what I wanted to happen… Of course, the timing of it may make it look like he’s doing it as a marketing plan, but good. Everything that he does is a marketing plan.”

“So if being independent is a marketing plan then that’s good,” Dash continued. “And bringing awareness to being robbed so he can make money is a marketing plan, as opposed to bringing awareness to selling drugs and shooting, or ‘I’m better than you because I have more money’… Like when the most commercial person is saying that – even though he’s talking about independence at the most commercial level – I still like that’s the mentality.”

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