Netflix in October has releases and horror classics on Halloween

The launch of the Netflix for October. The service streaming it continues to be the company of many people who are voluntarily following the social distancing recommendations and avoiding crowds. Update “Minha Lista” with all the news in series and films – many for those who enjoy horror.

Halloween Special

Among the highlights are original Netflix news for those who like horror: The Curse of Bly Mansion, La Révolution and City of the Dead. Classics for Halloween (Halloween) as It: The Thing, Cursed Cemetery 1, Cursed Cemetery 2, The Hostel and others, improving the catalog for fans of the genre.

The long awaited and new national series also arrives Good morning, Veronica, and others like The Alienist: The Angel of Darkness, Emily in Paris and Riverdale. Another highlight is the Rocky Balboa Collection and Creed and two titles aimed at fans of Korean and Japanese pop music.

Children’s Day

In addition to Halloween-focused titles, the short ones were also remembered and given a series of new titles in the month of Children’s Day; follow the list.

Special tip for social isolation

Netflix news and releases for October

It is worth noting that these titles and the originals are highlights of Netflix for the month. Films and series are included every day in the catalog. See also releases that arrive on Amazon Prime Video, at the GloboPlay, Crunchyroll and Apple TV + at the Tecnoblog.

The list of Netflix releases for October is organized by date and title: series, films, documentaries, children’s and anime. Netflix originals are marked with “*“.

See the news playlist:

Series (and Netflix Originals *)

(01/10/2020) Good morning, Veronica * – Verônica Torres (Tainá Müller) has a bureaucratic job at the Homicide Police Station in São Paulo. But in the same week that she comes across the case of a thug looking for his victims on the internet, she receives an anonymous call from a desperate woman with her life in danger.

Determined, she decides to use all of her investigative skills to help both women: the young girl deceived by a scammer and Janete Cruz (Camila Morgado), wife subdued by her husband Brandão (Eduardo Moscovis), an intelligent serial killer. As he deepens his investigations, he faces a perverse world that puts his family and his own existence at risk.

(01/10/2020) How to Defend an Assassin: Season 6 – Guilt, deception, disappearances and unclear deaths afflict Annalize and everyone around her.

(10/02/2020) Emily in Paris * – From the same creator of Sex and the City, Darren Star, this series tells the story of Emily (Lily Collins), a young and ambitious Chicago marketing executive who gets her dream job in Paris. With her new adventurous lifestyle, she needs to balance work, new friendships and love.

(09/10/2020) Beyond the Sound * – In this documentary series, a united group of deaf students tells stories and discovers the good and bad side of life at Gallaudet University.

(10/9/2020) Riverdale: Season 4 – The adventures take on a dark tone when Riverdale grieves in a different way and the class prepares for the final test: the last year of high school.

(10/15/2020) Social Distancing * – This tragicomic anthology filmed in isolation shows the dark and fun side of people’s struggle to keep the connection at bay.

(10/16/2020) Someone has to die * – In conservative Spain in the 1950s, the supposed relationship between a young man and a dancer has a number of dire consequences. A thriller by Mexican director and author Manolo Caro (A Casa das Flores).

(10/16/2020) From Decoration to Makeover * – Shea and Syd McGee help clients make their dreams come true with a decoration that reflects their personal style while building their own home.

(10/16/2020) Grand Army * – Five students from the largest public school in Brooklyn, New York, face a chaotic world in the struggle for survival, freedom and a better future. Based on the play Slut, by Katie Cappiello, the series is produced by Joshua Donen (Exemplary Girl) and Beau Willimon (House of Cards).

(10/16/2020) Star Trek: Discovery: Season 3 * – This season really takes the Discovery team where no one has ever been: 930 years in the future. And it is clear that the Federation has undergone some changes.

(10/20/2020) The Flash: Season 6 – While Barry and Iris face a great loss, everyone needs to prepare for a possible Crisis in the Infinite Earths.

(10/21/2020) The next guest needs no introduction with David Letterman: Season 3 * – TV legend David Letterman joins Dave Chappelle, Robert Downey Jr. and others for another season of in-depth interviews and outings full of curiosities.

(10/22/2020) Me, you and her: Season 5 * – This season, Izzy returns to Portland and finds that life went on normally without her.

(10/22/2020) The Alienist: The Angel of Darkness * – Sara (Dakota Fanning) now has her own investigative agency and needs to find the daughter of the consul general of Spain, who has been kidnapped.

(10/23/2020) Move * – Meet the incredible dance professionals who are perfecting the art of movement around the world in this documentary series.

(10/23/2020) The Queen’s Gambit * – At a Kentucky orphanage in the 1950s, a girl discovers an impressive talent for chess while fighting addiction and the problems that go with her genius. Based on the novel by Walter Tevis, the miniseries was written and directed by Scott Frank, twice nominated for an Oscar.

(10/27/2020) Arrow: Season 8 – Past and future meet last season, when Oliver tries to save the multiverse even though it requires great sacrifice.

(10/30/2020) Somebody Feed Phil: Season 4 * – Creator of Everybody Loves Raymond, Phil Rosenthal travels the world exploring the culture and cuisine of places like San Francisco, Singapore, Hawaii, among others.

(10/30/2020) Suburra: Blood in Rome: Season 3 * – The final judgment in the dispute over an old Italian port area is near, and the criminals are ready to enter the game for the last time.

For horror fans

(07/10/2020) City of the Dead – When a deadly virus attacks Moscow, a group of survivors flees into the forest, facing disease, looters and internal rivalries themselves.

(10/9/2020) The Curse of Bly Mansion * – From the creator of The Curse of the Hill Residence, the new season of this anthology series brings a gothic and ghostly novel based on the work of Henry James.

(10/16/2020) La Révolution * – In this fictional retelling of the French Revolution, the future inventor of the guillotine discovers a disease that causes members of the nobility to kill ordinary citizens.

Movies (and Netflix Originals)

(01/10/2020) Batman: The Dark Knight – Batman, Lieutenant Gordon and the District Attorney continue to dismantle Gotham’s criminal underworld, but a new villain threatens to destroy their work.

(10/1/2020) Blade Runner 2049 – The contents of a hidden grave attracts the interest of a tycoon and leads a Los Angeles police officer to search for a missing legend. With Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Ana de Armas and Jared Leto.

(01/10/2020) Godzilla – Years after the family was destroyed by a nuclear disaster, father and son are reunited just when Godzilla returns to face monsters that threaten humanity.

(10/01/2020) The U.N.C.L.E. – A CIA agent and a KGB agent set aside differences to fight a global criminal organization in this action movie based on the 1960s TV series.

(10/02/2020) Paternity Test * – An advertiser and a lawyer have a great marriage, but he wants to be a father and she is on the rise in her career, without thinking about children. How to solve this? He decides to bring another woman home.

(09/10/2020) The Forty-Year-Old Version *– Desperate to achieve another success before 40, New York playwright Radha reinvents herself as a rapper and seeks her true voice between hip hop and the theater.

(10/12/2020) Dunkirk – In May 1940, soldiers and civilians struggle on land, sea and air to remove the British army and its allies, which are Europe’s last hope, from Dunkirk. Christopher Nolan’s film took three Oscar statuettes in 2018.

(10/14/2020) Alice Junior – In this award-winning Brazilian film, a trans teenager full of personality struggles to be accepted into a conservative school – and finally gives her first kiss. The feature won awards at festivals such as Mostra Geração at Festival do Rio – Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival and the 52nd Brasilia Festival of Brazilian Cinema.

(10/16/2020) The Chicago 7 * – What was supposed to be a peaceful act turned into a violent confrontation with the police and the National Guard in 1968 in the United States. Accused of conspiracy, protest organizers faced the court in one of the most famous trials in the country’s history. With Eddie Redmayne and Sacha Baron Cohen.

(10/21/2020) Rebecca – The Unforgettable Woman * – A young newlywed (Lily James) arrives at her husband’s imposing mansion (Armie Hammer) on the English coast and faces the shadow of his first wife, Rebecca, whose legacy remains very much alive after his death.

(10/23/2020) On the Way to the Moon * – Fei Fei, a little girl in love with science, builds a spaceship and sets out for the moon determined to prove the existence of a legendary goddess. Once there, he ends up taking on a mission and discovers a region inhabited by fantastic creatures. Directed by Glen Keane, one of the great names in world animation, this fun musical adventure reveals the power of imagination and shows the importance of moving forward in the face of the unexpected.

(10/23/2020) Inglorious Basterds – A Jewish girl who owns a cinema in occupied Paris is forced to present a Nazi film when American soldiers, called “bastards”, plan an attack. Directed by Quentin Tarantino, the film stars big names like Brad Pitt, Christoph Waltz (Oscar winner for this film), Mélanie Laurent, Diane Kruger, Michael Fassbender, Daniel Brühl, among others.

(10/28/2020) Love with Date Set * – Sloane (Emma Roberts) is a sarcastic young woman who believes she is well alone. Jackson (Luke Bracey) is a fun bachelor looking for company without romance. The two make a deal: pair up on special occasions. But what to do when feelings appear to complicate everything?

Halloween Special

(01/10/2020) Cursed Cemetery 1 – Dr. Louis Creed’s family moves into the country house of their dreams and discovers a cursed animal graveyard on the back of their property.

(01/10/2020) Cursed Cemetery 2 – After moving with his father to a new city, Jeff approaches a boy without friends named Drew and the two discover a strange Indian cemetery.

(01/10/2020) The Hostel – American students visit a Slovak hostel and become objects of unimaginable torture and horror.

(02/10/2020) The Fascination * – While visiting the mother of the groom in southern Italy, a woman needs to prevent her daughter from falling into the clutches of a terrible and mysterious curse.

(07/10/2020) Hubie’s Halloween * – Hubie (Adam Sandler) is not popular in Salem, Massachusetts, in the United States, but that won’t stop this fearful, kind-hearted man from keeping the city safe on Halloween.

(15/10/2020) Monster Hunting Manual * – When student Kelly Ferguson agrees to take care of a child on Halloween, she ends up joining a secret nanny society that protects boys and girls from monsters.

(10/18/2020) It: The Thing – After children start disappearing around the city, a group of excluded people face their biggest fears and a murderous clown who seems invincible.

(10/22/2020) Kadaver * – After a nuclear disaster, a hungry family is invited to play a play in exchange for food. But they soon realize that something is very wrong.

(10/28/2020) No Connection * – A group of teenagers tries to get rid of technology addiction at a forest camp, but a sinister force wants to disconnect them from the world forever.

(10/30/2020) Menéndez: El día del Señor * – Haunted by his sins, a priest who abandoned his cassock returns to active duty when a friend asks for help to save his daughter who is possessed.

(10/30/2020) What is left behind * – After a harrowing escape from the war in South Sudan, a young refugee couple struggles to adapt to new life in a small English town that hides a terrible evil.

Rocky Balboa and Creed Collection

(23/10/2020) Rocky a Fighter – Sylvester Stallone became famous as Rocky Balboa, an unknown fighter who is put up to fight world champion Apollo Creed as a publicity stunt.

(23/10/2020) Rocky Balboa – Mourning the death of his wife and having a difficult relationship with his son, retired Rocky Balboa seeks a new purpose in life.

(10/23/2020) Rocky II, III, IV and V – This engaging sequence puts boxer Rocky Balboa back in the ring for a rematch against defending champion Apollo Creed. In film III, after being defeated by a young and powerful fighter, the humble champion Rocky Balboa turns to rival Apollo Creed to help him get back into shape.

In IV, Rocky Balboa enters the Cold War, coming out of retirement to face a Soviet fighter who razed Apollo Creed. In the fifth film, finally, Rocky, penniless and out of the ring, but inspired by the memory of his trainer, rediscovers glory by training and challenging a fighter on the rise.

(10/23/2020) Creed I and II: Born to Fight – Trained by veteran Rocky Balboa, Apollo Creed’s son risks everything for the chance to be champion. Next, heavyweight champion Adonis Creed struggles to balance family responsibilities with the desire to face the son of the man who killed his father.

Documentaries and Specials

(10/04/2020) David Attenborough and Our Planet * – A British naturalist talks about his trajectory and the evolution of life on Earth, regrets the loss of wild areas of the planet and offers his vision of a possible future.

(10/13/2020) Taking a break with Bert Kreischer * – Comedian Bert Kreischer decides to relax in the forest and invites his funniest friends to visit him in his cabin.

(10/19/2020) Unsolved Mysteries: Volume 2 * – This iconic series is back with real cases of disappearances, shocking murders and paranormal encounters.

(10/22/2020) Health Partners – This documentary tells the story of two doctors and an activist who opened a clinic in Haiti in the 1980s and saw that it is necessary to go beyond medicine to heal.

(10/27/2020) Sarah Cooper: Everything’s Fine * – An hour of fun sketches about politics, race, gender, class and other very “light” subjects.

(10/28/2020) The Secrets of Saqqara * – A team of archaeologists excavate unexplored corridors and tombs to decipher the secrets of the most important discovery of the last 50 years in Egypt.

The Future is Blue (Coming Soon) – This documentary shows the latest innovations in the fight against time to ensure that everyone has access to water in the future.

Korean and Japanese Pop

(10/14/2020) BLACKPINK: Light Up the Sky * – Korean girl band BLACKPINK tells her story of breaking records and shows the arduous journey full of dreams and challenges behind the group’s meteoric rise.

ARASHI’s Diary – Voyage: episodes 13 and 14 * (Coming soon) – The journey continues for the beloved members of Japan’s biggest band, Arashi, who shares life and talent with the world.

Children’s (Children’s Day)

(10/25/2020) Lego Ninjago: The Movie – Lloyd and his friends are secret ninjas who use robots to protect the city from the evil Lord Garmadon.

(01/10/2020) Carmen Sandiego: Season 3 * – Carmen and her team land in Mexico City, New Orleans, Venice and elsewhere to try to stay one step ahead of V.I.L.E.

(10/1/2020) Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters on the loose – Fred, Daphne, Velma, Scooby and Sausage need to stop a rascal who intends to transform the city of Vila Legal into an uncool place to live.

(01/10/2020) It’s Raining Hamburger 2 – Inventor Flint Lockwood faces mutant food monsters created by his famous machine, including camaranzés, tacodilos and jellyfish sandwiches.

(10/2/2020) Cory Carson and Halloween * – Cory, Chrissy and Freddie are in search of giant candy this Halloween. But are the treats worth a trip to the haunted part of the city?

(10/6/2020) StarBeam Saves Halloween * – The greedy Captain Fishbeard is stealing everyone’s Halloween candy, but StarBeam and Boost have some tricks up their sleeve to save the day!

(10/9/2020) Super Monsters: Dia de los Monsters * – Super Monsters celebrate Día de los Muertos with the magical family of Vida, as well as new monster friends and a frighteningly spectacular parade!

(10/9/2020) Fast & Furious – Asphalt Spies: Season 2 * – When a teammate disappears, our favorite spies need to leave Los Angeles for Brazil to face a criminal organization in Rio.

(10/12/2020) Kipo and the Animonsters: Season 3 * – Kipo and the gang managed to end an old enemy’s reign of terror. Now, they have a mission to face the terrible Dr. Emilia.

(10/13/2020) Octonautas and the Great Barrier Reef * – Octonauts need to prevent a hungry flock of starfish from attacking the home of a new friend on the world’s largest coral reef.

(10/16/2020) 4 Against the Apocalypse: Book 3 * – The four friends continue to enjoy life with their monster allies, but Jack fears that the discovery of an audio transmitter will end the fun.

(10/27/2020) Chico Bon Bon – The Monkey Handyman: Season 4 * – Chico Bon Bon and Liga Faz-Tudo solve any problem! From building a skate park to preventing a vehicle from falling over a precipice, the team takes care of all the engineering problems it faces.


(12/10/2020) ONE PIECE: East Blue – The ship goes out to sea with its crew formed by the captain, a swordsman, a navigator, a cook and an inventor.

(10/27/2020) The Blood of Zeus * – Heron is a commoner living in ancient Greece who discovers his true origin as the son of Zeus and his purpose in life: to save the world from a demonic army.

(10/30/2020) Black Butler II Sebastian was ready to devour his young master’s soul. But now there is a new butler at the stop and everything is going to change.

(10/30/2020) Black Butler II: OVA – The adventures of Ciel and Sebastian continue in these extra episodes, with scenes from behind the scenes, interviews with the cast and much more.

So, what are you going to see from all these Netflix releases for October?

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