After a mid-life lull, Netflix is again set to pack in fresh content for the festive season.
October, 2023 is full of Netflix Originals along with some iconic titles making their debut on the platform.
You can watch Casper the Friendly Ghost, the classic movie about a ghost who befriends a young Christina Ricci, who is the Halloween queen (along with Winona).
You can also watch It Follows, the indie horror hit that will make you paranoid about who’s behind you. And if you want some action and adventure, you can choose from three Spy Kids movies and four Mission: Impossible movies, and maybe get some inspiration for your Halloween costumes.
And if you’re into true crime and the supernatural, you won’t want to miss the new docuseries The Devil on Trial, which tells the story of “the first—and only—time ‘demonic possession’ has officially been used as a defense in a US murder trial.” It features eyewitness accounts of alleged devil possession and a shocking murder that will make you question what you believe. It’s like Dear Child but scarier. And don’t forget to catch up on everything that’s leaving Netflix soon.
October 1, 2023 saw the release of
- 60 Days In, season 4,
- A Beautiful Mind,
- American Beauty,
- Catch Me If You Can,
- Cinderella Man,
- Drake & Josh, seasons 1–3,
- Dune (2021),
- Forgetting Sarah Marshall,
- Hot Tub Time Machine,
- Kung Fu Panda,
- Love Actually,
- Margot at the Wedding,
- Miss Juneteenth,
- Mission: Impossible,
- Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol,
- Mission: Impossible II,
- Mission: Impossible III,
- My Best Friend’s Wedding,
- Role Models,
- Runaway Bride,
- Saving Private Ryan,
- Sex and the City 2,
- Sex and the City: The Movie,
- The Adventures of Tintin,
- The Amazing Spider-Man,
- The Amazing Spider-Man 2,
- The Firm,
- The House Bunny,
- The Little Rascals (1994),
- War of the Worlds.
October 2 saw the release of
Strawberry Shortcake and the Beast of Berry Bog,
while Beth Stelling: If You Didn’t Want Me Then (Netflix Comedy) on October 3. Beckham (Netflix Documentary),
Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber, season 1 released on October 4.
October 5 is seeing the release of
- Everything Now (Netflix Series) and
- Lupin, Part 3 (Netflix Series).
Fair Play (Netflix Film) will come on October 6 and on October 9, there will be After and Blippi’s Big Dino Adventure.
October 11 willl have
Big Vape: The Rise and Fall of Juul (Netflix Documentary) and It Follows, while Deliver Us From Evil, The Fall of the House of Usher (Netflix Series) and Lego Ninjago: Dragons Rising, season 1, part 2 (Netflix Family) will release on October 12.
Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams,
Spy Kids 3: Game Over will come on October 13.
October 15 will see Camp Courage (Netflix Documentary),
while on October 17 a series of new shows are lined up that include,
The Devil on Trial (Netflix Documentary),
Heather McMahan: Son I Never Had (Netflix Comedy),
I Woke Up a Vampire (Netflix Series),
Silver Linings Playbook among others.
American Ninja Warrior, seasons 12–13, Bodies (Netflix Series), Captain Laserhawk: A Blood Dragon Remix (Netflix Anime), Ghost Hunters, seasons 8–9, Neon (Netflix Series) will be shown on October 19.
On October 20 sops and films like Big Mouth, season 7 (Netflix Series),Disco Inferno (Netflix Film), Elite, season 7 (Netflix Series), Flashback (Netflix Film), Old Dads (Netflix Film), Surviving Paradise (Netflix Series) and Vjeran Tomic: The Spider-Man of Paris (Netflix Documentary).
October 23 will see Princess Power, season 2 (Netflix Family) and The Family Business, seasons 1–4, Get Gotti (Netflix Documentary), Minions and Pete Holmes: I Am Not for Everyone (Netflix Comedy) are starting October 24.
On October 25 you can have Life on Our Planet (Netflix Documentary), The UnXplained With William Shatner, season 3 and October 27 will have Pain Hustlers (Netflix Film).
On October 29 Botched, season 1 will start while Ralph Barbosa: Cowabunga (Netflix Comedy) will be shown on October 31.