In 2017, Lifetime movie network took the wraps off its “Tiny Hut” series of movies to get people to buy their tickets and then to watch the films on their computers.
The series features dozens of movies ranging from indie classics to blockbuster films.
For this edition, Lifetime is showing a couple of different versions of the movies that are meant to be viewed on a TV.
The “Tumble Hut” shows include the classic “Ducktales” and the classic Disney film “Beauty and the Beast.”
The “Sleeping Beauty” and “Cinderella” movies are on the “classic” version of the series.
The program also has a new “Saw” movie coming out this month, as well as a few new films.
But, it’s the “Dunkirk” film that’s going to be the most popular.
The first two episodes of “Dunker” are coming out on Nov. 14 and will air at 10 p.m.
ET and 9 p.n.m PT, respectively.
“Dunkers” is the story of World War II’s epic battle between Britain and the Nazis.
The series stars James Franco, Jack Black, Kate Winslet, John C. Reilly, and others.
It’s not the first time Lifetime has offered an “old-fashioned” movie to watch.
Last year, it offered the first-ever “Lights Out” movie on Nov, 20, 2017.
The movie was the first Lifetime show to feature an all-black cast, and featured performances from Black, Idris Elba, and Jamie Foxx.
The new series of “Sasquatch” is a live action horror film that was released in theaters on Nov., 26.
It stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Kevin Hart, and Jessica Alba, as the “sasquatches” of the Pacific Northwest.
The film is also the first live-action movie that was made by the “Halloween” franchise.