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The latest season was perfect because three of the movies are slasher flicks that influenced the horror genre. The three horror films included are Halloween, Friday the 13th, and Nightmare on Elm Street, and the segments provide wonderful insight into the making of these films for horror lovers.
Aliens (1986), Coming to America (1988), Robocop (1987), and a couple of holiday episodes, Elf and The Nightmare Before Christmas were also included in the latest installment. The holiday flicks had previously been featured in a holiday special called Holiday Movies That Made Us (2020).
The Movies That Made Us Season 4 Release Date
There has been no official word from Netflix regarding the release date of Season 4. Seasons 2 and 3 were aired months apart, in July and October of 2021, respectively, but don't count on the same with Season 4.
The upcoming season of The Movies That Made Us would most likely premiere in mid-2022. The documentary has shown how movies from the 1970s, 1980s, and 1990s shaped certain genres, impacted pop culture, and molded the generations who saw them.
Many of these movies are timeless classics that are still widely watched today. Adults who grew up viewing these pictures have now shown them to their kids and grandkids. Dirty Dancing (1987), Home Alone (1990), Ghostbusters (1984), and Die Hard (1988) were among the films shown in Season 1.
Back to the Future (1985), Pretty Woman (1990), Jurassic Park (1993), and Forrest Gump (1994) were the season 2 features.
What Can We Expect from The Movies That Made Us Season 4 on Netflix?
What films will be introduced in The Movies That Made Us Season 4? It's difficult to predict what will be shown next. There have been numerous movies that have "made" us.
The docuseries has yet to address any '80s Brat pack movies, so maybe one of those, such as The Breakfast Club (1985), will be covered.
Other films worthy of a behind-the-scenes look include The Goonies (1985), Stand By Me (1986), The Lost Boys (1987), and Labyrinth (1986).