The Best Movies About Grief

Jun 11, 2024 | Health, Love, Movies

Grief is an emotion that we all experience at some point in our lives. It can come from the loss of a loved one, the end of a relationship, or any other major change. While it’s often portrayed as something negative or even taboo in society, grief is actually a natural and necessary part of the human experience.


1. Good Grief Suicide Hotline (2015)

Good Grief Suicide HotlineAt a crisis counseling center, an optimistic young man eagerly signs up to help others. But what he finds is not at all what he expected – a motley crew of con artists, delinquents, and outcasts. As he tries to navigate through their chaotic world, he begins to realize that before he can save anyone else, he may need to first save himself.






2. Good Grief (2023)

Good GriefCory’s passing was a shock to all of them. They had drifted apart over the years, each pursuing their own dreams and goals. But Cory’s untimely death brought them back together, reminding them of their shared past and the bond they once had.






3. Good Grief It’s Friday (2021)

Good Grief It's FridayIn the world of Philip Chandler, nothing is ever as it seems. With each twist and turn, he uncovers layers upon layers of deception, corruption, and hidden desires. Yet, amidst all the chaos and darkness, there is still beauty to be found. Through minimalist storytelling and open-ended dialogue, we invite you to join us on this journey filled with unexpected discoveries and contemplative moments.


4. Bereavement (2011)

The trailer opens with a shot of a barren tree, its branches reaching out against a grey sky. The scene is quiet and still, setting the tone for what’s to come. As the camera pans down, we see a small figure walking through an empty field towards the tree. It’s hard to make out any details as they are shrouded in shadow, but we can sense the weight of their grief.


5. GRIEVE (2023)

At the center of this film lies a man consumed by grief, his life unraveling before his eyes. Desperate for escape, his mother suggests they retreat to her secluded cabin in the quiet depths of a New England winter. Little does he know, a malevolent entity that thrives on misery has already taken up residence there. As events unfold and tensions rise between the two, the film delves into the slow-burn horror genre with a nod to masterful filmmakers like Chantal Ackerman and Kiyoshi Kurosawa.


6. Death and Other Details (2024)


7. Surviving Death

As we go through life, we often wonder what happens when it comes to an end. Is death the final curtain call or is there something more beyond this human experience? In this captivating series, we delve into cutting-edge research and personal testimonies from those who have come close to, and even crossed over to, the other side. Join us on a thought-provoking journey beyond our known existence as we dive into the depths of the unknown. From the contemplation of death to the exploration of what lies beyond, this series will spark your imagination and stir up emotions you never knew existed.


8. TAROT (2024)

In a world where the unknown lurks just beyond our reach, a group of friends tests the boundaries of fate. With reckless abandon, they break the sacred rule of Tarot readings – never use someone else’s deck. Little did they know, their actions would unleash an unspeakable evil trapped within the cursed cards.


9. Till Death (2021)

Emma awoke to the sound of waves gently lapping against the shore. As she slowly opened her eyes, memories of the previous night came flooding back. She had never felt more alive than in that moment, wrapped up in her husband’s arms at their secluded lake house.

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