Netflix and Prime Video both have teen slashers streaming this coming October with an I Know What You Did Last Summer TV show on Prime Video and There’s Someone Inside Your House coming to Netflix, both produced by James Wan.
Locke & Key returns just in time for Halloween in October with Season 2 as the Locke siblings learn more about the power of the keys and the secrets of Keyhouse while battling the demonic threat of Dodge/Echo.
While visiting New York City with his kids, Clint Barton sees reports of his dark alter ego Ronin running around and finds 22-year-old archery prodigy Kate Bishop, who dreams of being a superhero. The archery duo teams up to take on a threat from Clint’s past in the upcoming Disney+ MCU series Hawkeye, arriving in November.
One of the last kids in his school to get the popular “B-Bot” robotic companion, Barney quickly realizes his B-Bot Ron has some serious issues in the upcoming 20th Century Studios and Locksmith Animation release Ron’s Gone Wrong, hitting theaters in October.
Jack back into The Matrix with the fourth entry in the franchise arriving in December this year, The Matrix Resurrections, which will be in theaters and on HBO Max.
Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence Try to Convince Earth the World is Ending in Don’t Look Up (Trailer)
Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence are two low-level astronomers trying to convince the world a comet is on a world-destroying collision course with Earth in the upcoming Adam McKay Netflix movie, Don’t Look Up.
Thomas Jane is an astronaut who gets cast adrift as a global storm caused by a passing asteroid affects the technology and lives of various people on Earth in Warning.
Directed by Antoine Fuqua and written by True Detective’s Nic Pizzolatto, The Guilty arrives on Netflix in October and finds Jake Gyllenhaal as a demoted police officer working in the 911 call center of Los Angeles who gets a call from a desperate woman in grave danger.