Is Silent Night on Netflix?


Netflix offers a wide variety of comedy choices, many of which are Netflix originals. There are many subgenres of comedy, and the one that isn’t for everyone is dark comedy. But those who love this genre are always on the lookout for the next big one. A new black holiday comedy, Silent night, just released, and fans are wondering if it’s available on Netflix.

You can search for black comedies on Netflix and find many great choices including The end of the fucking world, the interview, I don’t agree with that, bad teacher, and Little Evil.

Dark comedy refers to anything that sheds light on subjects generally considered taboo, serious, or even painful.

Silent night is a new outing in the dark comedy genre that starts off as something different than it really is.

Is Silent Night on Netflix?

Unfortunately, Silent night is not available on Netflix. This film was released exclusively on AMC +.

Silent night is a British comedy which sees extended family gather to celebrate the holidays in a picturesque country estate. Everyone is dressed in their finery for the rally, and what seems like a wonderful British comedy takes a turn to uncover the dark side of the story.

While the scene inside the house may seem cheerful and festive, outside, something is going to ruin everyone’s vacation: an environmental apocalypse.

This film is one film that black comedy fans won’t want to miss. With an exceptional cast consisting of Keira Knightley (Love in fact, Pirates of the Caribbean), Matthew Goode (The King’s Man, Downton Abbey), Roman Griffin Davis (Bunny Jojo), Annabelle Wallis (The Mummy, Peaky Blinders), Kirby Howell-Baptiste (Cruella, Bowling), Ṣọpé Dìrísù (London gangs), Rufus Jones (Stan and Ollie), Lucy Punch (Mother land) and Lily-Rose Depp (The king).

Watch the trailer below to get a feel for this movie. The casting alone is worth seeing.

Be sure to check out Netflix for some outstanding dark comedies.

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