Welcome to the Blumhouse
The beginning of a partnership with Amazon and Blumhouse, this October will bring four new horror films from the studio behind Halloween and Get Out. It starts October 6 with The Lie (Joey King, Peter Sarsgaard) and Black Box (Mamoudou Athie, Phylicia Rashad). It then continues on October 13 with Evil Eye (Sarita Choudhury) and Nocturne (Sydney Sweeney and Madison Iseman).
The Right Stuff
A reimagined look into the Mercury Seven mission from a more grounded and glamour-less look by the astronauts during their training to the media circus around them. Based on Tom Wolfe’s book. On Disney+ October 9.
The 40 Year Old Version
A woman pushing 40 takes a stab at different types of art to find her voice. The directorial debut of Radha Black. On Netflix October 9.
A disliked native of a small town must try to convince the people around him that there is a dangerous criminal going around during Halloween time. A comedy starring Adam Sandler, Kevin James, and Julie Bowen. On Netflix October 7.
The Haunting of Bly Manor
Based on Henry James’s The Turn of the Screw. A new nanny to a wealthy family finds that the house has mysterious spirits hiding within the premises alongside some spirits of the children’s guardian. A new installment of The Haunting of Hill House anthology. On Netflix October 9.
The Trial of the Chicago 7
The true story of seven American citizens accused by the government for conspiracy during the Vietnam War protests. Aaron Sorking (The West Wing) directs an all-star cast including Sacha Baron Cohen, Jeremy Strong, and Michael Keaton. On Netflix October 16.
A woman suspects her husband desires her to be more like his dead wife with her lifestyle changes. Starring Lily James and Armie Hammer. On Netflix October 21.
An original horror anthology series set around several U.S. towns and the supernatural and real monsters that populate them. Featuring actors such as Kaitlyn Denver, Kelly Marie Tran, and Mike Colter, among others. On Hulu October 2.