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10 movies for those who liked Wandinha

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Wandinha was a real hit on Netflix. The series that follows little Addams as a student at Nevermore Academy arrived at the end of November on streaming and immediately won the affection of the public, both for the (little) charisma of the main character and for its plot that mixes doses of suspense with the supernatural, and of course, a little bit of the already known comedy d’The Addams Family.

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In December, the title broke the record of dahmer, becoming one of the platform’s all-time most viewed streaming series. According to Variety, Wandinha was watched for 1 billion hours in just one month, following in the footsteps of Netflix hits like Round 6 and Stranger Things.

If you’re missing the show and looking for a movie to distract yourself while waiting for the second season, we’ve selected 10 titles to binge watch:

10. The Addams Family

Of course if you liked Wandinha, you should definitely watch the movie that spawned the spin-off. The 1991 version of The Addams Family continues to be highly loved by fans, with scenes that are still shared on social media. Directed by Barry Sonnenfeld (MIB men in Black), the feature begins with Morticia suspicious of a guy who claims to be Funério, the missing brother of Gomez Addams, when he arrives at the family home. Claiming he doesn’t remember the details of his life, Funério manages to have the family evicted from the house, which is when Gomez steps into action to protect his mansion and fortune.

where to watch: Paramount+.

9. The Seven Suspects

The Seven Suspects It’s a feature film inspired by the board game. Clue (which also became famous in Brazil as Detective). Mixing mystery with comedy, the story follows a weird dinner that brings together people who have never met in their lives and have no idea of ​​the connection between them. Invited by Mr. Boddy, the evening’s host, they soon discover that they are being blackmailed. However, when the lights go out and he turns up dead, it’s time to find out who committed the crime, where and with what weapon.

where to watch: Pluto TV (free).

8. Home for Peculiar Children

With an aesthetic that will please all fans of Wandinha, Home for Peculiar Children (2016) is inspired by the book The Home of Miss. Peregrine for Peculiar Children. The story begins when young Jake (Asa Butterfield) leaves for Wales with his father, shortly after witnessing the strange death of his grandfather. Received by Ms. Peregrine (Eva Green), responding to the last request of her loved one, who promised that she would tell him everything, he discovers that the girl’s house is, in fact, very strange. Arriving there, he discovers that the mansion has a temporal rift, where Miss. Peregrine lives and protects several peculiar children.

where to watch: Disney+.

7. Coraline

A Laika classic, Coraline is the perfect film for anyone who likes parallel realities and mysteries to be discovered. This beautiful stop-motion animation has the traditional macabre and supernatural content of the studios, following a little girl who discovers a secret door that contains a world similar to hers, but very different in several aspects. There she finds her parents with buttons for eyes, but much more affectionate and living all her dreams. Delighted with the discovery, she soon realizes that everyone who lives in this world is determined to keep her there.

where to watch: rent for BRL 14.90 in online stores.

6. Edward Scissorhands

Another Tim Burton classic, Edward Scissor Hands follows a lonely man who lives in a castle on top of a mountain, created by an inventor who died before making his hands. Because of this, he has huge blades at the end of his arms, which causes fear and prevents him from approaching other people. However, he is very successful for his bush carvings and haircuts. One day, he meets young Kim, with whom he falls in love at first sight and who, at the same time, doesn’t like the boy. However, in a short time, he begins to see something special in him.

where to watch: Disney+

5. Series of Unfortunate Events

A Series of Unfortunate Events follows the sad story of the Baudelaire orphans, whose parents died in a tragic and mysterious fire in their home. Now, they are under the guardianship of the dangerous and strange Count Olaf, an evil man who wants to get his hands on the brothers’ fortune at all costs. With good doses of humor and mystery, the series of 13 books also won an adaptation for Netflix in 2017.

where to watch: available for rent for as little as R$6.90 in online stores.

4. The School for Good and Evil

Original Netflix, The School of Good and Evil hit streaming last year, based on the children’s book of the same name. The story follows friends Sophie and Agatha, who find themselves on opposite sides of a modern fairy tale when they are drawn into an enchanted school where young heroes and villains are trained to protect the balance between good and evil, but in classes that they have nothing to do with themselves.

where to watch: Netflix.

3. Witches Convention

witch convention is a classic totally indicated for those who like mysteries and adventures. Here we follow Luke, a 10-year-old boy who is taken by his grandmother to a hotel in England shortly after his father’s death. There, he discovers that a group of witches are staying at the site for a convention. As if that weren’t enough, he discovers that they intend to turn all the children in the world into mice, but ends up being discovered and turning into a rodent along with another boy. Now, both need to race against the clock to ruin the witches’ plans before it’s too late.

where to watch: HBO Max

2. ParaNorman

to Norman is another Laika feature, but with a much scarier content than Coraline, as it more graphically addresses horror characters and settings. Here we follow the young Norman Babcock, a boy who has the curious ability to communicate with people who have died. Mocked at school and tormented by this knowledge, his now-deceased Uncle Prenderghast communicates with him to say that a centuries-old witch’s curse will come true in a few days, and now only Norman can stop it.

where to watch: available for rent for BRL 14.90 in online stores

1. Beetlejuice

Beetlejuice or The ghosts have fun is a Tim Burton classic, fondly remembered to this day by fans. The film tells the story of a couple who die in a car accident, but find themselves trapped and haunting the old house they lived in. When a new family arrives at the scene, they try to scare the new residents, but are unsuccessful. Their attempts at haunting attract a boisterous spirit called Beetlejuice, whose help proves dangerous for both them and the new residents, including their teenage daughter Lydia.

where to watch: HBO Max.

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