You don’t want to miss these 7 movies on Netflix, Disney+, HBO Max and Prime Video in October

Each month, we round up some of the most notable new titles you can expect to find on today’s biggest streaming services: Netflix, HBO Max, Disney+ and Prime Video. So today that overview, unfortunately without titles from HBO Max because that streaming service has not yet revealed when films will be added in October.Insidious (2010)

Direction: James Wan | cast: Patrick Wilson, Rose Byrne, Ty Simpkins, Lin Shaye | Release date: October 1 on NETFLIX

Insidious means something like ‘treacherous’, which is exactly what James Wan’s latest film is all about. The film revolves around Josh and Renai, who have been happily married for years and have three children. When they move, however, their happy life is disrupted: one of the children falls into a coma, and then strange things happen that no one seems to be able to explain. Slowly things get darker and they realize that they are dealing with more than ordinary matters here. Their son is possessed by a demon.

Halloween (2018)

Direction: David Gordon Green | cast: Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer, Andi Matichak, James Jude Courtney | Release date: October 4 on NETFLIX

Laurie Strode returns to face Michael Myers, the masked figure who nearly killed her four decades ago. But what she doesn’t know is that Michael is ready for it too.

Rosaline (2022)

Direction: Karen Maine | cast: Kaitlyn Dever, Bradley Whitford, Isabela Moner, Minnie Driver | Release date: October 14 on DISNEY+

The love story of Romeo and Juliet seen through the eyes of Juliet’s cousin Rosaline. Coincidentally, she was in a relationship with Romeo, which he broke off after meeting Juliet. Rosaline is left heartbroken, but hatches a plan to thwart the new romance and win Romeo back.Jackass Forever (2022)

Direction: Jeff Tremaine | cast: Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, Chris Pontius, Machine Gun Kelly | Release date: October 14 on PRIME VIDEO

After more than ten years, the remaining Jackass members come together one last time to pull off a movie full of crazy stunts. Johnny and his team go one step further than before. They celebrate their joy of being back together, which leads to hilarious, absurd and sometimes dangerous situations. They experiment with cannons, spiders, snakes, parachutes, electric chairs and much more.

Licorice Pizza (2021)

Direction: Paul Thomas Anderson | cast: Alana Haim, Alana Haim, Sean Penn, Tom Waits | Release date: October 17 on PRIME VIDEO

‘Licorice Pizza’ follows the lives of Alana Kane and Gary Valentine. Both grow up in the San Fernando Valley during the 1970s and fall in love. Gary is also working on building an acting career.

The School for Good and Evil (2022)

Direction: Paul Feig | cast: Cate Blanchett, Charlize Theron, Michelle Yeoh, Rachel Bloom | Release date: October 19 on NETFLIX

Every four years, on the evening of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, two 12-year-old children are kidnapped from the village of Gavaldon and taken to the School of Good and Evil. Sophie, blond and beautiful, dreams of going there and living happily ever after as a princess with a loving prince. Her best friend, Agatha, on the other hand, is the opposite: ugly with dark hair and living in a graveyard. Both are perfect candidates for the school, but on the fateful night of the kidnapping, they are sent to the ‘wrong’ school to their horror. Sophie must become evil and Agatha a heroine.

All Quiet on the Western Front (2022)

Direction: Edward Berger | cast: Daniel Brühl, Albrecht Schuch, Sebastian Hulk, Edin Hasanovic | Release date: October 28 on NETFLIX

Paul Baumer joins the German army with his friends Albert and Muller voluntarily. Their patriotic fervor melts like snow in the sun when confronted with the brutal reality at the front. Paul must adjust his preconceived notions about the enemy and the entire conflict. However, he has no choice but to fight to the bitter end.

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