Thrills and chills: Check out these four exciting flicks and series in October!
October is here, and with its arrival comes exciting new flicks and series that you won't want to miss.
From Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson's DC Extended Universe (DCEU) debut to the return of the Winchester family, there are plenty of thrills and chills coming this month.
Here are the top four movies and TV series to check out in October!
The antihero is coming and he's bringing the famed DC heroic group, the Justice Society of America (JSA), with him. Well, sort of.
The Rock's much anticipated role as the complicated superpowered being has been a long time coming.
Black Adam follows the complex being's release from imprisonment, which then attracts the attention of the JSA who try to steer him in the right direction.
But since he is destined to become the nemesis of DCEU hero Shazam, one can only imagine how chaotic things will get.
Will Black Adam conform to the good guys? Find out with the titular superhero flick crashes into theaters October 21.
The Midnight Club
This new Netflix series is perfect for this Halloween for those who loved horror TV series' like Goosebumps and Are You Afraid of the Dark.
The Midnight Club is based on the book series of the same name that follows a group of young hospice patients that pass the time by telling sinister ghost stories.
Horror fans are in for a treat as Nightmare on Elm Street alum Heather Langenkamp will star in the show as the creepy doctor that runs the place.
Nothing ever good comes from teens reciting scary tales, so this new show is sure to be worth the watch!
Netflix's The Midnight Club comes to the streaming app on October 7.
Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, Robert De Niro, Chris Rock, John David Washington, and Rami Malek – need we say more?
Coming this month is a good-ole-fashion whodunit mystery that features this perfectly picked ensemble cast.
Amsterdam follows three friends who end up being the prime suspects in the murder of Senator Bill Meekins in the 1930s.
Who will be the culprit turn out to be?
All will be revealed when Amsterdam arrives in theaters on October 7.
Supernatural fans will finally get the backstory on the infamous Winchester family in the new titular CW series.
Though Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki won't be back for the upcoming prequel, Ackles is heavily involved in the dark fantasy series – so that's a plus!
The series is still set in the Supernatural world, and since the show will focus on the backstory of Dean and Sam's parents, Mary and John, there's sure to be a lot of love – as well as a lot of demons they'll have to slay.
The Winchesters debuts on the CW on October 11.
What titles are you most excited to check out this month?
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