Zach, Chris and Joe hop aboard the Horror Express for a spooky Halloween commentary where Peter Cushing and Christopher Lee fight a weird alien creature aboard a train heading back to Europe through the barren Russian countryside.
On Friday the 13th, McG brings horror/comedy to Netflix with The Babysitter, where Cole (Judah Lewis) discovers that his hot babysitter Bee (Samara Weaving) and her popular friends are killing people in his house and looking to sacrifice him next.
October has a bunch of the expected horror movies, including the return of Jigsaw, along with a bunch of dramas based on true events and blockbusters like Blade Runner 2049.
Netflix is bringing another Stephen King story to streaming with an adaptation of King’s novella 1922, where Tom Jane stars as farmer Wilfred James, who murders his wife to keep her from selling their land but is then tormented by rats and other gruesome occurrences.
Frank Grillo’s getaway driver goes on the run when a bank robbery goes wrong in the upcoming Netflix action thriller, Wheelman.
Sick of the infamous Gunther (Arnold Schwarzenegger) always being considered the world’s greatest assassin, Taran Killam’s Blake hires a team of crazy killers to help him take down Gunther and steal his title.
The world gets one final performance by Adam West as Batman in the new Batman 66 animated movie, Batman vs Two-Face, where the Dynamic Duo takes on their former ally Harvey Dent, voiced by William Shatner.
David Fincher gets back into the crime genre for Netflix with the new show Mindhunter, which is set in 1979 and follows two FBI agents who are on the forefront of using profiling and interviews with captured killers to catch serial killers still at large.
George Clooney is back behind the camera with a script by The Coen Brothers for the 1950’s set Suburbicon, where things get increasingly out of control in a peaceful suburb neighborhood.
The four returning Arrowverse shows all got new trailers at SDCC and they’ll all return in October on The CW.