The next entries in both the Resident Evil and Underworld franchises hit in January of next year and new trailers for both were released by Sony for New York Comic Con.
October kicks off with an anticipated thriller novel adaptation, a potential Oscar contender and comedy based on a book by James Patterson.
Kim Coates stars as the titular Officer Downe, an LAPD officer who is able to be resurrected whenever he is killed by the city’s insane gallery of rogues in the upcoming movie directed by Slipknot’s M. Shawn Crahan.
Jordan Peele of Key & Peele writes and directs the next disturbing looking horror movie from Blumhouse, Get Out, where a visit to his girlfriend’s parents house gets more and more horrific for Chris (David Kaluuya).
Mark Wahlberg is a Boston police officer on the front lines during the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing in Peter Berg’s dramatization of the events in Patriots Day.
When his son is kidnapped by a drug dealer he ripped off, cop Vincent Downs (Foxx) has to do whatever it takes to get his son back in next year’s thriller, Sleepless, a remake of French thriller Sleepless Night aka Nuit Blanche.
Although he’s not the head vampire, David leads the teenage vampire clan of Santa Clara as they engage in reckless activities and attack unsuspecting beach goers.
Netflix is rebooting Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events in January with Neil Patrick Harris taking over as the nefarious Count Olaf trying to scheme away the inheritance of the ill fated Baudelaire orphans.
Tons of good stuff this week including X-Men: Apocalypse, The Purge: Election Year, the final season of Penny Dreadful, the only season of Constantine, our Pick of the Week, Venture Bros Season 5 and much more.
October 2016 is strangely lacking in horror movies, as only Ouija: Origin of Evil is coming out and instead there’s a bunch of action/thrillers, like The Accountant, Inferno, Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, The Girl on the Train and comedies like Keeping up with the Joneses and Boo! A Madea Halloween.