Netflix Unveils Its October Lineup: "Daredevil" Returns Among Others

Netflix has introduced its October lineup TV-Movie provides. One the sequence returning to the fore is Castlevania, in addition to the hotly anticipated debut the Chilling Adventures Sabrina and The Haunting Hill House. 

Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining additionally returns for an additional tour obligation. Most essential to the record in phrases built-up anticipation is Marvel’s Daredevil Season three which reconnects followers to a fateful finish plot which noticed Matt Murdock left for lifeless in a convent. Truth be instructed, there’s a bit of snuff for everybody on this record.

October 1

Angel Eyes
Anger Management
Billy Madison
Black Dynamite
Blade II
Blazing Saddles
Empire Records
Gotham: Season four
Kevin Hart: Laugh at My Pain
Kevin Hart: Seriously Funny
Must Love Dogs
My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rollercoaster Friendship
Mystic River
New York Minute
Once Upon a Time in America
Pay It Forward
Pee-wee’s Big Adventure
Robin Hood: Prince Thieves
Rumble within the Bronx
She’s Out My League
The Dead Pool
The Devil’s Advocate
The Green Mile
The Lake House
The NeverEnding Story
The Shining
V for Vendetta
Zack and Miri Make a Porno


Joe Rogan: Strange Times
MeatEater: Season 7
Monty Python: The Meaning Live (the documentary)
Monty Python’s Life Brian


Truth or Dare (2017)


Creeped Out
The Haunting Molly Hartley
Violet Evergarden: Special: Extra Episode


Big Mouth: Season 2
Dancing Queen
Empire Games
Little Things: Season 2
Private Life
Super Monsters Save Halloween
Super Monsters: Season 2
The Rise Phoenixes (streaming each Friday)
YGFuture Strategy Office


Little Things: Season 1


Disney’s Sia the First: Season four
Mo Amer: The Vagabond


Terrace House: Opening New Doors: Part four


22 July
Pacto de Sangue


Salt Fat Acid Heat
Schitt’s Creek: Season four


Errementari: The Blacksmith and the Devil
Feminists: What Were They Thinking?
ReMastered: Who Shot the Sheriff
Tarzan and Jane: Season 2
The Boss Baby: Back in Business: Season 2
The Curious Creations Christine McConnell
The Haunting Hill House
The Kindergarten Teacher


Octonauts: Season four
The Seven Deadly Sins: Revival The Commandments


Ron White: If You Quit Listening, I’ll Shut Up


Accidentally in Love
Ask the Doctor
Best.Worst.Weekend.Ever.: Limited Series
Derren Brown: Sacrifice
Distrito salvaje
Gnome Alone
Hip-Hop Evolution: Season 2
Illang: The Wolf Brigade
Larva Island
Making a Murderer: Part 2
Marvel’s Daredevil: Season three
The Night Comes For Us








Great News: Season 2


Been So Long
Castlevania: Season 2
Chilling Adventures Sabrina
Terrorism Close Calls


Girl from Nowhere


Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj


Fate/EXTRA Last Encore: Illustrias Geocentric Theory
The Degenerates


Goldie & Bear: Season 2

The Best Netflix Movies To Watch For Any Mood


How It Ends

A month new to Netflix, and a Netflix Original film too, How It Ends stars Theo James, Forest Whitaker, and Kat Graham in an action-adventure movie about an apocalypse that spreads violence. A man and his soon-to-be father forge across the country in this tumultuous time, in order to try to save his pregnant wife.


This classic is great a way to let steam f, vicariously through the ultra-violent characters, course. Although you probably know the story, here it is: Tony Montana (played by Al Pacino) receives his green card in exchange for killing a Cuban government ficial, and once he enters America, he attempts to take over the Miami drug trade. He’s successful, but his success also leads to his downfall.

Jackass 3.5

Feel like watching people get hurt? This movie contains all the stunts that didn’t make it into Jackass 3D, that Johnny Knoxville and gang wanted the rest the world to enjoy regardless– in the privacy their own homes.


The Stanford Prison Experiment

Based on a true story, this documentary explores the 1971 social psychology experiment dubbed The Stanford Prison Experiment, funded by the U.S. Office Naval Research. Twenty-four male students were assigned the role either guards or prisoners in a mock-prison situation, that was expected to last for two weeks time. It’s remained a controversial experiment to this day — see for yourself.


A Beautiful Mind 

Based on the real life John Nash, a brilliant mathematician, this movie follows Nash through his journey groundbreaking discoveries in math and science, as well as trauma inducing self-discovery. He eventually won the Nobel Prize. This won’t necessarily take you out your sadness, but it’s a film that you can watch and just let it all out too — have your tissues ready.

Brain on Fire

Based on the true story Susannah Cahalan, Chloe Grace Moretz plays the role a journalist working for the New York Post. A girl who has her entire life ahead her and is enjoying a respected role at her dream job develops a strange condition that changes her entire persona – and doctors cannot figure out what to do. Watch as she goes through the traumas violence and insanity while one doctor may give her a chance at life.


Room is a favorite on Netflix. This movie tells the story a young boy named Jack who is the result a brutal rape a hostaged woman. His mom calls their 10 by 10 square foot home, ‘Room,’ and raises Jack on imagination and love. When Ma grows tired confinement she conducts an escape that leads Jack to the most frightening thing he’s ever seen – the outside world.


This whirlwind a documentary tells the life acclaimed singer, gone too soon, Amy Winehouse. It features clips her most beautiful and most tragic moments, narrated by both her father and ex-fiance Blake Fielder, it the served as first time both them spoke out after her death. The personal testimonies and intimate clips show you a side Amy never before seen.

The Truman Show

Producer Christ (Ed Harris) orchestrates “The Truman Show,” a TV show that follows Truman Burbank (Jim Carrey) around with hidden cameras and holds his life on a pedestal. Crist plays with, and manipulates, Truman’s life (and mind), as is his prerogative as the producer the TV show. But, slowly, Truman starts to realize the truth behind his so-called life, he has to choose whether to go along with it or not.

Donnie Darko

This is arguably one the hardest movies to explain or even figure out, no matter what online forum you’re on. A boy named Donnie Darko sleepwalks out his room to find a large demonic rabbit that tells him the world will end in 28 days. When he comes home, he finds that an airplane engine has crashed into his bedroom. Is the world ending or is Darko suffering from something else? You should watch this at least twice.


Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

Raoul Duke (Johnny Depp) and his attorney drive a topless, red convertible through the desert to Las Vegas with suitcases full guns and drugs. The two ruin their hotel room and flee out fear, but nothing can keep them away from the drugs. This is the movie adaptation Hunter S. Thompson’s famed novel the same name– and equally a classic.

Saving Banksy

This documentary film follows graffiti artist Banksy through the trials and tribulations the artistic world. At the start his career in 2010, Banksy blew up thanks to some vandalism-art in San Francisco. Now he has museums and other artists set out to ensure he fails. Watch him prevail.

Burn After Reading

When a disc CIA information falls into the lap Chad Feldheime (Brad Pitt), he makes it his mission to retrieve enough money to stop working in a gym. Information on the disc leads them on a twisted, dark, and ten times hilarious journey.


The Boondock Saints

Two Irish-Catholic twin brothers are tired the mob running the crime-ridden streets Boston. They hunt down and kill each and every mob member they can find, but eventually they become controversial in their hometown. An FBI agent is closing in on their downfall.

Wedding Crashers

Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson star in this classic movie where the two spend their time running around crashing wedding reception after wedding reception. The Secretary Treasury announces the wedding his daughter and the duo could not be more thrilled. That is, until, Owen Wilson finds love. 


Set it Up

New York full-time assistants, Harper and Charlie, are sick and tired their miserable bosses sucking up the joy in their lives. They set out to make their bosses fall in love and are successful. What could go wrong?

Hot Fuzz

After a London constable moves to a quite British village, he finds it hard adjusting to a different kind life. Simon Pegg plays the role Nicholas Angel, who notices something weird about the village after a series  unfortunate events.

Don’t Think Twice

The gut-wrenching realities being an actor in New York City start to creep in for an entire friend group after one  them scores a huge gig.

I Love You, Man

Peter Klaven has it all – a high earning job, a wife-to-be, and a beautiful home. The one thing he doesn’t have – friends. With his wedding fast approaching and no best man, Peter sets f on the hunt to make a best friend. 


P.S. I Love You

When Gerry (Gerard Butler) dies he leaves his beloved wife Holly (Hillary Swank) behind. To ensure her happiness, he prepares a series letters that she will receive on every birthday. All the letters are designed to help her move forward, without him. 

Forgetting Sarah Marshall

A struggling musician played by Jason Segal is better known as the boyfriend successful actress ‘Sarah Marshall.’ When she becomes dissatisfied with him and breaks his heart, Segal sets out on an existential mission but somehow ends up stuck on an island with her and her new boyfriend. 

The Incredible Jessica James

Jessica is an aspiring playwright trying to make it in New York City after a harsh break up. She meets a guy named Boone who’s also trying to rebound from a split. Together, they conquer the scene together. 

Love Actually

Nine different intertwined stories showcase the emotions love. This is a Christmas-themed romantic comedy based in London, England. Don’t let the Christmas theme fool you, cause it’ll hit your heartstrings all year ’round (and, it is getting colder right?).


Alex Strangelove

A high school senior with the name, Alex Truelove, plans to lose his virginity to his girlfriend when he finds himself undeniably attracted to one his male classmates. Follow him on his rollercoaster ride where he seeks an answer to his sexual identity. 



When a retired detective takes his last and final case with a newly-hired detective, they discover a large number elaborate murders. They find that the suspect is killing people based on divine instruction: the Seven Deadly Sins. This 1995 classic movie stars Kevin Spacey, Morgan Freeman, and Brad Pitt.  

The Departed

A South Boston cop played by Leonardo DiCaprio goes undercover to infiltrate the gangs in Boston. As soon as he gains the trust a huge ganglord played by Jack Nicholson, the criminal mastermind played by Matt Damon infiltrates the Boston police department and reveals their secret plans. 

The Game

This 1997 film tells the story a rich investment banker who is given a gift to play in a game. As lines intertwine between the bankers real life and the game, a conspiracy unfolds… 

Thor: Ragnarok

This fantasy film will surely ignite some sparks in your boring day. Thor is imprisoned on the other side the universe and needs to go up against his former ally the Hulk. Thor is in a race against time to protect his home from destruction.