The creepiest month of the year is here and that no doubt means many of you are looking for something interesting to watch to keep the spirits high during the increasingly chilly and dark nights. While there aren’t as many terrifying additions as in the past, Netflix is bringing quite a few exciting new projects to its subscribers in the coming weeks, and to make sure you’re familiar with them, we’ve created this handy article.
Space Jam: A New Legacy – Oct. 1
LeBron is tasked with standing up and saving his son from a villainous A.I. in this star-studded, live-action/animated 2021 sequel.
Reptile – Oct. 6
Benecio Del Toto plays a hardened New England detective known as Tom Nichols who is put on a case that will really make him question everything he knows about life.
The Fall of the House of Usher – Oct. 12
Mike Flanagan is back with a new adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s work in this horror series about a wealthy family thrust into the spotlight when its heirs die sudden and shocking deaths.
Spider-Man: No Way Home – October 15
Tom Holland teams up with Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield in the third installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Spider-Man trilogy.
Captain Laserhawk: A Blood Dragon Remix – Oct. 19
The man behind Netflix’s Castlevania, Adi Shankar, gets free reign with Ubisoft’s IPs in this anime-adaptation of the Blood Dragon world.
Creature – Oct. 20
Mary Shelley’s famous Frankenstein novel gets a new lick of paint in this new Turkish adaptation.
Old Dads – Oct. 20
Bill Burr writes, directs and stars in this comedic film about three middle-aged men who sell their businesses to a millennial and find themselves out of their depth in today’s culture of society.
Living on Our Planet – Oct. 25
Morgan Freeman narrates this nature documentary chronicling life from billions of years ago to the present day.
Pain Hustlers – Oct. 27
Chris Evans and Emily Blunt star in this crime drama in which a failing pharmacy manager and a struggling mother work together to turn a local pharmacy into the center of a criminal conspiracy.