Netflix's October Releases

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As it comes to Halloween, Netflix does not mess around. October is the beginning of cosying up in bed at night. It's also the month of spooks with horror films and shows. Of course, in the past, Netflix had brought us classics such as Stranger Things and The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. However, as we get ready to dim the lights to celebrate the turning of the seasons, Netflix is prepared to give us more content and not just horror classics for Halloween. 

 

The Neverending Story 

This perfect film to get comfy with is the first one on our list. The Neverending Story is a nostalgic tale for most of us that follows a young boy and his quest to fight a problematic foe (the Nothing) as the dark forces take over the magical world of Fantasia. If horror films aren't your thing, then this magical take is a must! 

 

Big Mouth: Season 3 

The animated hit is making a much-anticipated return to Netflix! Season 3 will continue following the group of 7th graders as they tackle the sticky subject of puberty.  

  

Not only that, Netflix confirmed their inclusion of a pansexual character who will be played by Ali Wong.

 

Rhythm + Flow: Season One 

Netflix have confirmed the debut of their hip-hop talent show. The judging panel will include such talent as Chance the Rapper, Cardi B and T.I. 

 

El Camino

 

Calling all Breaking Bad fans; you do not want to miss this one.  

 

This movie will be a continuation on from the series, following Jesse Pinkman after the events of the show's finale. Breaking Bad fans, this is a must-see for October! 

 

Eli (2019) 

While horror films are already plentiful on Netflix, this original is going to be giving the audience some new spooks.  

 

The new film will follow a young boy who is fighting a rare disease in a secluded health centre. However, not all is what it seems when the clinic turns out to be a prison with no way of escaping. 

 

Tell Me Who I Am (2019) 

This brand new documentary follows the story of two twins; Marcus and Alex. When Alex is losing his memory, he entrusts Marcus to tell him about his past. However, Marcus hides a dark family secret from Alex instead 

 

Daybreak: Season 1 

High school sucks. But it sucks, even more, when the apocalypse happens. 

 

In Glendale, California, 17-year-old Josh sets off on a mission to find his girlfriend, Sam. However, to survive all the chaotic hardships along the way, he teams up with an undesirable group of misfits. 

 

Dolemite is My Name (2019) 

Directed by Craig Brewer, as well as Emmy and Golden Globe writers, Scot Alexander and Larry Karaszewski, this film tells the story of real-life Rudy Ray Moore. 

 

Eddie Murphy portrays real-life comedian Rudy Ray Moore who became an overnight sensation after the creation of his persona, Dolemite. 

 

Dolemite is a pimp with a cane who tells tales. Moore convinces Jerry Jones (played by Keegan-Michael Key) to write a film about his alter ego. 

 

As well as the following new releases, the following shows are coming back for weekly episodes: 

Power - New episodes are every Friday 

Riverdale - New episodes every Friday starting from October 11th 

The Good Place - New Episodes are on Friday 

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