My Favourite Autumnal Films

There’s nothing better in the colder months than curling up on the sofa with a blanket and sticking a film on. It’s one of my favourite things to do and gives you time to write blog posts, edit photos or even get cracking on your Christmas list (I’ve almost finished mine).

My love for cosy movie nights actually gave me the idea of this post and even though I don’t have a 4K Panasonic TV to watch my favourite autumnal films on, I make do!

autumnal films

Fantastic Mr Fox

If any of you have watched this film you’ll know exactly why it’s in this list. The screen is always filled with vibrant autumnal oranges and browns so just looking at it whether it’s paused or not will make you feel ready for autumn. On a more personal note, I genuinely love this film as it’s a Roald Dahl adaptation and he was my favourite author growing up. My Auntie and Uncle used to be very close with the Dahls and used to take me to his house and gypsy caravan when I was younger and Liccy Dahl even used to sign books for me! So as you can imagine, anything Roald Dahl related – I love it!

Gossip Girl

I know this isn’t strictly a film but there’s something about Gossip Girl which makes me so excited for autumn and winter. Is it Blair’s incredible outfits? The huge Thanksgiving dinners? Or just New York in autumn time? Whatever it is, I love it! Also is there a better programme to completely binge on in the same pair of trackies for months on end?

Addams Family Values

There had to be a Halloween film in here somewhere! This is by far my favourite Halloween film! Firstly because I’m a bit of a scaredy cat and don’t actually enjoy horrors and secondly, I used to watch this on repeat when I was little. If you’ve never seen it there where have you been! They’ve even produced it as a musical starring Carrie Hope Fletcher which I can’t wait to see!

Edward Scissorhands

I suppose this is kind of a Halloween film but I always watch this at some point between October and Christmas… Don’t ask me why, I just do! It’s actually quite a sad film but an absolute classic nonetheless and Johnny Depp was actually nominated for a Golden Globe for his performance in it. How can you not watch a Johnny Depp film?

So grab yourself a cuppa, box of treats and put on your favourite pyjamas because it’s movie time!

What are your favourite films around this time of year?


    • Katy Stephenson
      12/10/2017 / 20:11

      One of my all time favourites!

  1. 12/10/2017 / 19:45

    Some great film choices. I still need to get to the end of Gossip Girl.

    http://oh ducky

    • Katy Stephenson
      12/10/2017 / 20:12

      The last series is such a classic!

  2. Andi Matzen
    16/10/2017 / 14:36

    I actually watched The Addams Family Values the other day, it’s one of my absolutely favourite movies and is perfect for this time of year! I keep trying to persuade my boyfriend to watch spooky movies with me, but he’s a little unwilling to say the least!

    • Katy Stephenson
      16/10/2017 / 16:10

      Haha you can never go wrong with The Addams Family! x

    • Katy
      09/09/2018 / 12:55

      I think she’s my favourite character of all time! x

    • Katy
      21/09/2018 / 11:10

      Oh yes you must! Such a good film! x

  3. 20/09/2018 / 20:27

    Edward Scissorhands is one of my favourite films! One of the things I love about Autumn is getting cosy on the sofa when the weathers shitty outside and putting a good film on.

    Kayla |

    • Katy
      21/09/2018 / 11:10

      I swear that’s one of the best things about autumn! x

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