Netflix does not take Halloween lightly.
Though we will be without the streaming service’s spookiest shows – Stranger Things and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina released new seasons in October 2017 and 2018 respectively – there is a slew of great original horror films coming this month, including a fresh Stephen King adaptation (In the Tall Grass).
Elsewhere, Sam Worthington leads Fractured, which sees a man hunt for his wife and daughter who disappear after a visit to a creepy hospital, and Sadie Sink (Stranger Things) appears in Eli, a story about a gravely ill boy whose treatments leave him plagued by nightmarish experiences.
Scares aside, there are high-profile returning series in Big Mouth, Riverdale and The Kominsky Method, a hip-hop talent show led by Cardi B and Chance The Rapper, a new series featuring Paul Rudd in a dual role, El Camino: a Breaking Bad Movie and Meryl Streep in Steven Soderbergh’s latest, The Laundromat.
Here’s everything coming to Netflix this month.
Tuesday 1st October
Nikki Glaser: Bangin’ A stand-up comedy set about sex. Watch on Netflix
Wednesday 2nd October
Living Undocumented Selena Gomez executive produces this documentary about a group of undocumented families in the US facing deportation. Watch on Netflix
Friday 4th October
My Country: the New Age A Korean Original series set during the transitional period between the late Goryeo dynasty and the early Joseon dynasty in the late 14th century. Watch on Netflix
Rotten season 2 More hard-to-swallow truths about the food industry. Watch on Netflix
Wednesday 9th October
Thursday 10th October
Friday 11th October
The Forest of Love Japanese original film from Sion Sono described as “an examination of the darkness of human behaviour”. Watch on Netflix
Fractured A new horror film which finds a father (Sam Worthington) on the hunt for his wife and daughter, who disappear after a visit to a mysterious hospital. Watch on Netflix
Haunted season 2 Real people share true scary stories, which are re-created on screen. Watch on Netflix
Wednesday 16th October
Ghosts of Sugar Land A group of Muslim teens from Texas ponder why their friend joined ISIS in this documentary. Watch on Netflix
Friday 18th October
Baby season 2 Italian drama about two teenage girls who are drawn into Rome’s underworld. Watch on Netflix
Eli Stranger Things star Sadie Sink features in the story of a gravely ill boy whose treatments leave him plagued by nightmarish experiences. Watch on Netflix
The Laundromat Meryl Streep leads Steven Soderbergh’s latest film as a woman who accidentally uncovers a conspiracy, which sees rich people across the globe exploiting offshore tax havens. Watch on Netflix
Tell Me Who I Am Documentary about an 18-year-old who wakes up from a coma with amnesia after a motorcycle incident. Watch on Netflix
Saturday 19th October
Daddy’s Home 2 Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg host their fathers, played by John Lithgow and Mel Gibson. Watch on Netflix
Kong: Skull Island Brie Larson, Tom Hiddleston and Samuel L Jackson take on King Kong. Watch on Netflix
Tuesday 22nd October
Jenny Slate: Stage Fright The comedy actress lands her first Netflix stand-up special. Watch on Netflix
Wednesday 23rd October
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner David Chang (host of Ugly Delicious) explores world cuisines with his celebrity friends. Watch on Netflix
Thursday 24th October
Wednesday 23rd October
Friday 25th October
Rattlesnake A mother is asked to kill a stranger to repay a mysterious woman for saving her daughter’s life in this Netflix Original film. Watch on Netflix
Tuesday 29th October
Arsenio Hall: Smart & Classy The American talk show host makes his Netflix comedy special debut. Watch on Netflix
Big Mouth!! Riverdale!!! El Camino!!!! Insatiable!!!!! Daybreak!!!!!! SHREK!!!!!!!! these are just a handful of delectable treats coming to netflix this october pic.twitter.com/Pq9EnSDocV
— Netflix UK & Ireland (@NetflixUK) September 30, 2019