Looking for New Movies and TV Shows to Watch in October, then you are at the right place. All you need to do is to read carefully below and select the best suit for you.
New Movies and TV Shows
A little movie no one has talked about called Dune comes out this month, which has been met with AMAZING reviews since its debut at several film festivals.
Amazon is bringing its own brand of spooky offerings this Halloween, but those who don’t like horror will have plenty of options elsewhere.
We list the biggest movies coming out in October with details on where you can either go watch it on the big screen or stream it online. Below are the New Movies and TV Shows to Watch in October.
Biggest October movies and where to watch
- The Guilty, October 1 – Netflix
The thriller takes place over the course of a single morning as secrets are uncovered and not everything appears to be as it seems.
- Diana: The Musical, October 1 – Netflix
The dazzling and devastating life of Princess Diana takes centre stage in this original musical, filmed in advance of its official Broadway opening.
The musical features actors playing all the famous British figureheads like Princess Diana, Camilla Parker Bowles, Prince Charles and Queen Elizabeth II.
- Black Widow, October 6 – Disney+
Black Widow is about to get a lot cheaper for subscribers though. Originally released in cinemas and on the streaming platform at a premium rate, the premier access fee has now been removed, and you can watch Scarlett Johansson’s standalone Marvel movie for free.
- Welcome to the Blumhouse, October 1 & 8 – Amazon Prime Video
This movie is all about a sinister figure who threatens the residents of a low-income community in Bingo Hell, while a teenage girl battles a group of deadly vampires in Black as Night – both on October 1.
A week later, an expecting couple move into a secretive new neighbourhood in Madres and in The Manor we see a malevolent force prey on the helpless residents of a cozy nursing home.
- Justin Bieber: Our World, October 8 – Amazon Prime Video
“Justin Bieber: Our World is a raw and unprecedented snapshot of Justin and those closest to him during a pivotal time in his life and career,” said Jennifer Salke, head of Amazon Studios.
“Filmmaker Michael D. Ratner has beautifully captured Justin’s spirit through rare moments both on and offstage. We are excited to invite Bieber fans around the world to experience what is a truly intimate portrayal of one of the world’s most iconic musicians.”
- Jacinta, October 8 – Hulu
This movie tells the story of how 26-year-old Jacinta became entangled in her mother’s world of drugs and crime as a child and followed her into the system as a teenager. Jacinta is eventually released from prison and attempts to reconnect with her 10-year-old daughter.
- The Velvet Underground, October 15 – Apple TV+
This Apple TV+ documentary show tells the story of The Velvet Underground in this documentary and how they created a new sound that changed the world of music.
- Night Teeth, October 20 – Netflix
Night Teeth sees an unsuspecting chauffeur pick up two mysterious women for a night of party-hopping across LA. However, he eventually uncovers their bloodthirsty intentions, and he must fight to stay alive.
- Dune, October 22 – HBO Max
Denis Villeneuve’s space epic stars Timothee Chalamet, Zendaya, Oscar Isaac, Jason Mamoa and many more big names. Based on Frank Herbert’s 1965 novel of the same name, it could be the start of the next big sci-fi movie series.
This is one of the biggest cinematic releases of the 21st century is getting a simultaneous release on HBO Max thanks to the Warner Bros. movie strategy.
- Army of Thieves, October 28 – Netflix
This is a comedy thriller that stars Nathalie Emmanuel, Gu z Khan and German actor Matthias Schweighöfer.
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