Love it or hate it, winter is coming! It is the perfect time to get caught up on all the films you don't usually have time for. If you don't know what to watch, check out these recommendations from staff Tisch Library!
Many of these titles are available through streaming platforms with your Tuft's credentials. Some of the titles are only available on DVD. Don't worry, we also have media players to check out.
Before the TV show, there was this 1996 black comedy crime film following a pregnant Minnesota police chief investigating homicides. Winter scenes aplenty and, you will never look at a woodchipper the same way again.
While Groundhog Day is months away, you can still enjoy this film all winter. While Groundhog Day is months away, you can still enjoy this film all winter.
This is not a cozy winter movie but a tale of cold revenge. Born during a snowstorm, Lady Snowblood conducts her mother’s vengeance.
Want something cozier? Follow the March sisters as they navigate life in New England during the American Civil War. Imagine yourself in these picturesque winter scenes, although be careful of frozen ponds.
If romance is your preferred genre, turn on this romantic drama with stormy winter weather fitting for a dramatic tale of doomed love.
Is winter driving you mad yet? At least you are not the winter caretaker at the Overlook Hotel....
Snowpiercer is Bong Joon-ho's English-language debut and a wild ride aboard the Snowpiercer train as it circles the globe. Watch this movie if you enjoy post-apocalyptic and science fiction films.
Do you not want to think about winter but experience the technicolor world of Oz, then follow the yellow brick road.
Edward Scissorhands might seem like a different choice, but this is a great anytime fantasy romance movie with a quirky gothic element directed by Tim Burton. Why watch it in the winter? It does have Christmas and snow so why not consider it a Christmas movie.
A zany Christmas movie about a kid who wakes up to discover his family has left him behind.
Is Halloween your favorite holiday? Then watch this. You were probably emo or goth in high school.