The NCS Guide To December!
MERRY (almost) CHRISTMAS! It’s the time of year we’ve all been waiting for. Time to sit back, eat all the food and become unsure of what day it is. We’ve got some great recommendations to keep you entertained over the festive holidays.
It’s far too cold to go outside. Turn on the fairy lights, light the fire, break out the box of Roses mum’s hidden at the back of the cupboard and get stuck into our Netflix top picks!
Harry and the Hendersons (1 December)
This classic 80’s flick will have you howling, as a family hit something with their car that turns out to be a Sasquatch – and take him home.
The Crown Series 2 (8 December)
The hit show about Queen Elizabeth's reign is back for a second series, with an all-star cast in tow.
Bright (22 December)
Will Smith stars in this Netflix Original about orcs, elves and fairies, who have been coexisting with humans since the beginning of time – and drama is just around the corner.
Did someone say ‘Christmas cinema trip’? Wrap up warm and check out all the latest must-sees on the big screen.
The Disaster Artist (6 December)
The true story of wannabe actor Tommy Wiseau and his hilarious quest to make the perfect film. Spoiler alert: it doesn’t go well.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi (14 December)
It’s what Star Wars fans have been waiting for! The latest film in the franchise is sure to be bigger and better than ever before.
Wonder (10 November)
Based on the best-selling book, this is the heart-warming story of a boy with facial differences attending elementary school for the first time. Tissues at the ready.
Who doesn’t love a Christmas album? Of course we do, but we’re also fans of these new musical releases coming this December.
Eminem - Revival (15 December)
N.E.R.D – No_One Ever Really Dies (15 December)
We’ve got the Rugby League and a bout of Boxing for you this month, just the thing to make Christmas wrapping a little more enjoyable.
Rugby League – World Cup final, Brisbane (2 December)
Boxing - Tony Bellew v David Haye, O2 Arena, London (17 December)
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! But make sure you’ve got all your presents wrapped and ready under the tree before the big day.
Christmas (24 – 26 December)
Ah, Christmas! Filled with joy, gifts, food, laughter and arguing over the TV remote. Don your paper hats and pull your Christmas crackers – ‘tis the season to have a jolly good time.
New Year’s Eve (31 December)
Gather your friends and family, say farewell to 2017 and a big hello to 2018! Have you thought about your New Year’s resolution yet?