Disney+ has just added 12 huge movies to its library
Including humongous action blockbusters, jaw-dropping documentaries and some Christmas classics.
Disney+ has just added a dozen movies to its library for us to enjoy as the days get colder and nights get longer and also colder.
Re-added after its recent cinema re-release, and just in time to re-watch (again!) before the arrival of The Way Of Water on the big screen later in December.
A Disney+ exclusive, this sequel to the 2007 hit original adds Maya Rudolph to the mix as the villainous Malvina.
GOD FORBID: THE SEX SCANDAL THAT BROUGHT DOWN A DYNASTY
One of the most talked-about documentaries of the year in the States, we covered it at length right here.
FIRE OF LOVE
Another tremendous documentary, this one telling the story of two volcanologists who fall in love against the backdrop of some of the most dangerous places on the planet.
THE GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY HOLIDAY SPECIAL
Another Disney+ exclusive. Peter Quill (Chris Pratt) is sad he doesn't get to celebrate Christmas, so Mantis (Pom Klementieff) and Drax (Dave Bautista) head to Earth to get him the ultimate Christmas present.
JINGLE ALL THE WAY
Arnie's "classic" Xmas comedy has developed a bit of a cult following over the years.
LOST IN LONDON
No, we've never heard of it either! Woody Harrelson directed and wrote this comedy-drama, in which he plays himself, trying to get his family to see the set of the new Harry Potter movie. 75% on Rotten Tomatoes.
MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET (1947)
The original version of this classic Christmas tale, which actually won three Oscars back in the day.
MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET (1994)
The most recent remake, with Richard Attenborough absolutely lighting up the screen as Santa.
Another one we'd never heard of! This 2015 comedy tells the story of a CIA agent tasked with faking the moon landing. Ron Perlman, Robert Sheehan and Rupert Grint star.
A PATCH OF FOG
When a security guard (Stephen Graham) spots a small-time celebrity (Conleth Hill) shoplifting, he uses the opportunity to attempt to make them new best friends. The 2015 thriller scored 81% with critics on Rotten Tomatoes.
SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME
The one after Homecoming (with Michael Keaton as the bad guy), but before No Way Home (with... well... EVERYONE as the bad guy).