Monday, September 13, 2021

Favorite Fall Hallmark Movies Reviewed

Fall is pumpkin season at the Hallmark channel! As summer wanes and the cooler air is a welcome relief this also brings my favorite Fall Movies at Hallmark.


This year three new Hallmark Harvest movies premier in September. Set your schedules now to enjoy the brilliance of Fall along with pumpkin, spices and Hallmark. No worries if you miss the premiere, the movies will repeat throughout the month.

New Fall Hallmark Movies 2021

Roadhouse Romance - September 11

A fall Rom Com featuring Tyler Hynes and Lauren Alaina. Tyler has become a Hallmark favorite lead and Alaina is a country music veteran. The Hallmark formula of returning home, high school sweetheart and a struggling family business entwine the two leads plus a special treat. Lauren Alaina will perform two songs “Run” and “What Do You Think Of"

Preview of Roadhouse Romance

 Raise A Glass To Love - September 18

It wouldn't be Fall without a trip to the vineyards for Hallmark. This guarantees gorgeous scenery to combine with wine, sommelier, family vineyard and a new handsome 'visitor' to the vineyards. Laura Osnes and Juan Pablo Di Pace star.

Taking The Reins - September 25

I am very much looking forward to Taking The Reins with Hallmark fan favorite Nikki DeLoach. Filmed on location at a horse farm, Scott Porter joins DeLoach as the male lead. Expect fall color and romance as DeLoach plays a writer returning to the family ranch and discovers the relation between marriage, ranching, writing and romance.

Favorite Fall Hallmark Films Returning



Autumn Dreams

Hallmark favorite Jill Wagner and Collin Egglesfield have a fun and flirty chemistry as they reunite 15 years after their ill fated teenage marriage. Enjoy these two in this rom com as they discover they are still married, but one is engaged, but married? The fun begins as they try to unravel this romance and perhaps begin again...

View preview and blooper reel > here 

Country At Heart

A very sweet movie with Jessy Schram and Niall Matter. Nashville, song writing, the hits and struggles of the music business and of course romance star in a movie with real chemistry and real! singing. The stars also sing in this don't miss Hallmark Fall movie.

View the Country At Home Music Special

Sweet Autumn

Two Hallmark Favorites Nikki DeLoach and Andrew Walker star in a fall movie centered around the Sweet Autumn Festival. Two opposites are left a legendary sweet shop as their romance unfolds. These two actors have great chemistry and the plot is classic Hallmark. Enjoy!

More Hallmark Movie Reviews

Hallmark Sweet Carolina by The Savvy Age
Hallmark Christmas Movies 2020 Reviewed by The Savvy Age
Finding Father Christmas by Cynthia
Christmas Tree Lane by The Savvy Age
Broadcasting Christmas by Cynthia
Top Ten Hallmark Christmas Movies by The Savvy Age
Debbie Macomber's Mr. Miracle Hallmark Movie Review by Cynthia





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8 comments:

  1. I can hardly wait to start watching these Hallmark fall movies! I was just checking the line-up last week and I am more than ready for fall, and more Hallmark entertainment. I think Autumn Dreams will be my first movie to watch from this fall collection, but no doubt, I'll watch them all. I need my Hallmark breaks (time for watching instead of working)!

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    1. Oh! I forgot to say, Thank you for including so many of my Hallmark reviews in your features above. I do love Hallmark!

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  3. Hallmark movies are so easy to watch and get totally lost in. I love being able to set aside some time where I can fall into a movie and get swept away for a little while. I have not seen these, so will make it a priority very soon. Thanks Tracey for giving me something to look forward to!

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  4. As usual, Hallmark’s new fall season gives fans plenty of heartwarming, romantic entertainment to look forward to. These all sound wonderful. I’m definitely in the mood for some feel-good movies!

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  5. Country at Heart - I'll be looking out for that one - Fall is the best, and so are the Hallmark movies, I'm all in watching those - easy, simple shows to watch

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  6. These all sound great Hallmark movies to watch. I love a film I can just relax into and enjoy on a dark autumn/winter evening. Thank you for the recommendations!

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  7. I love a Hallmark movie and my husband enjoys them, too. Thanks for this list of movies for 2021.

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