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8 new movies and shows hitting Netflix, HBO and more this October

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8 new movies and shows hitting Netflix, HBO and more this October

Movie theaters are exiting their late-summer doldrums and ‘House of the Dragon’ and ‘Lord of the Rings’ are dominating the pop culture landscape, but there’s nevertheless plenty of excellent new information coming to streaming this Oct.

Netflix, HBO and other streamers have lined up a assorted slate of movies and displays for the thirty day period, with a lot of conserving their spookiest written content for the Halloween season.

If you might be searching to fill up your October viewing agenda or just need a split from Center-Earth and Westeros, below are 8 new movies and displays coming out this month.

‘Interview with the Vampire’ (Oct. 2, AMC+)

The Television remake of the 1994 Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise car stars “Game of Thrones” actor Jacob Anderson as the titular vampire. The sequence has now been renewed for a period 2.

‘Werewolf By Night’ (Oct. 7, Disney+)

‘Catherine, Identified as Birdy’ (Oct. 7, Primary Video clip)

Set in medieval England, the Lena Dunham-composed-and-directed film follows “Game of Thrones” alumna Bella Ramsey as the daughter of a lord trying to foil his options to marry her off.

‘Avenue 5’ Time 2 (Oct. 10, HBO Max)

The space-set comedy sequence from “Veep” creator Armando Iannucci is again for a second season, promising additional interstellar hijinks from the passengers of the interplanetary cruise ship that noticed its voyage knocked off training course and its return to Earth pushed years into the long run.

‘Halloween Ends’ (Oct. 14, In theaters and on Peacock)

Jamie Lee Curtis returns for the finale of the rebooted “Halloween” trilogy, which will see Laurie Strode confront the evil Michael Myers after and for all.

‘All Tranquil on the Western Front’ (Oct. 28, Netflix)

Netflix’s remake of the 1930 classic follows a younger soldier as he confronts the horrors of struggle through Planet War I.

‘Big Mouth’ Time 6 (Oct. 28, Netflix)

The prolonged-managing raunchy animated sequence returns for its 6th year at the finish of the month, with teaser trailers promising to keep on storylines initial explored in the spinoff collection “Human Assets”.

‘The White Lotus’ Period 2 (Oct. 30, HBO Max)

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