Which movie is best to watch on a rainy day?
Got stuck at home for a couple of days now, and I'm planning to catch some good films to pass the time. I'm afraid most of the movies I have are horror and sci-fi. It's difficult to get through these eerie days with those.
Noah, of course! Just kidding! I really like the movie, the Holiday; it's a good mix of sunny SoCal and the beautiful English Countryside.
My favourite film in the world ever - Labyrinth! Only if you haven't already seen it, though. I also look for Hammer Horror films on YouTube (so brilliant).
Another good tip is Tales of the Unexpected, a load of short stories filmed mainly in the UK in the 1980s. I have the box set and adore each episode, but again, there'll probably be some on YouTube.
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