Holiday Engagement (2011 TV Movie)
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1. “National Lampoon’s Animal House” (available December 1)
John Landis’ 1978 classic college comedy follows the rowdy Delta Tau Chi fraternity’s battle to remain on campus after they provoked the ire of the conniving Dean of the college. Features John Belushi in his most anarchic performance, toga parties, and sing-a-longs to “Louie Louie” and “Shout!”
2. “Waking Life” (available December 1)
Richard Linklater’s 2001 film “Waking Life” examines a bevy of philosophical issues — the nature of dreams, the limitations of consciousness and the meaning of life — in a surreal, rotoscoped dreamscape that demands the viewer’s mind to take flight.
"Blade Runner: The Theatrical Cut" was just added to Netflix streaming, but now it's facing a harsh expiration date of May 16. (We'll be up on the roof, holding a dove and crying.)
And dude! So bogus: Unless you have a time machine, you only have until May 1st to stream "Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure" (1989).
Also leaving in May 2016: "Election," "Clerks," and "Black Hawk Dawn" as well as classic Marilyn Monroe movie "Bus Stop."
Here are all the movies and TV series leaving Netflix in May 2016. As always, all titles and dates are subject to change.
Leaving May 1
"The Animatrix" (2003)
"Anna Karenina" (1948)
"Author! Author!" (1982)
"Beware of Mr. Baker" (2012)
"Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure" (1989)
"Broadway Idiot" (2013)
"Bus Stop" (1956)
"The Good Life" (2012)
"Holiday Engagement" (2011)
"Kiss of Death" (1995)
"Mad Hot Ballroom" (2005)
"Mona Lisa Is Missing" (2012)
"Ralphie May: Austin-tatious" (2008)
"Terms And Conditions May Apply" (2013)
"That's What I Am
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It’s December, so if it means anything it’s that there are a slew of holiday-themed movies on our TVs this time of year. One of them, Lifetime’s Holly’s Holiday, comes to us from out director Jim Fall, who has brought us such fabulous films as Trick and Wedding Wars as well as Tori Spelling’s So NoTORIous series.
AfterElton sat down with the director to talk about how you put the gay in a Lifetime movie, his thoughts on the state of gay films and (gasp!) he spilled the beans to us about picking up with Christian Campbell and Jp Pitoc in a sequel to Trick.
AfterElton: Holiday films are so specific in a lot of ways but as a director do you approach them differently than you would another project?
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