Best Movies & TV (October 7-9)

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In the month of October comes an attack Horror movies, shows and new moviesAnd, oh boy, there’s a lot more to come. This week offers a small but generous sampling with concerns ranging from fun to puppetry. Although for those of us cats that are scared, there are still two great palate cleansers in Prime Video’s Catherine is called Birdie A full three-day live stream of the Austin City Limits Festival in Hulu. Here are the rest of this weekend’s picks:

She is known for her very violent role Our Lady of Mormon Game of thronesBella Ramsey returns as another fierce girl named Birdie. Adapted from the novel by Karen Cushman and directed by Lena Dunham. Catherine is called Birdie It follows Birdie as she constantly goes against the direction of her life in 13th century England as her hot father (played by former Reverend Andrew Scott) attempts to prepare her for marriage.

Available to stream on Prime Video

Long-running reboot of Clive Parker in 1986 Hillrice He finally comes out of his box. (Nervous laughter). Jimmy Clayton plays the new Pinhead who confronts a young woman struggling with addiction (Odessa A’zion) as she tries to save her brother from the fearsome Cenobites. Will the new Hillrice Be as scary and horny as its predecessor? You will see. (I, For example, he absolutely can’t stand it, so let me know.)

Available to stream on Hulu

The MCU has been rocking along with the Disney+ shows, but werewolf at night is slightly different. It’s one of the service’s first “special presentations,” meaning it’s one hour long. Directed by composer Michael Giacchino – his first behind-the-camera appearance – werewolf at night It stars Gael Garcia Bernal as monster hunter Jack Russell – the Hunted Beast (also known as the titular werewolf). It’s the MCU’s first foray into campground, scary, Universal Monsters-inspired, even featuring the debut of rare comic favorites, and it’ll be fun to see how far they’ve worked — and to see if Bernal’s character lasts.

Available to stream on Disney+

Hulu is streaming huge festivals like Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza, and now it’s time for the ACL Festival in Texas. Starting today, Hulu is live-streaming the entire weekend featuring a variety of artists from Jazmine Sullivan and Flume to Spoon, Marias, and Paramore. The full lineup is over here If you want to take a peek closer. It’s the perfect opportunity to watch Paramore sing “Misery Business” again (!!) in 4K Ultra HD.

Available to stream on Hulu

John Ajvide Lindqvist’s vampire novel has hit miles on the big screen between director Thomas Alfredsson’s Swedish film and the new American version. let me in by Batman Director Matt Reeves. Now, Showtime is showing its first ten-episode series about the chilling story of a girl who recently turned vampire (Madison Taylor Baez) and her human father (Demián Bichir) navigate this new situation.

Available to stream on Showtime

Mike Flanagan’s annual scary show is quickly becoming a tradition for Netflix subscribers, and the latest show from the horror director is midnight club, a YA show based on Christopher Pike’s book series of the same name. It stars a group of mostly new faces as they play terminally ill teens who come together in the nursing home library to share spooky stories, although, of course, they feel something scary lurking within their walls. Flanagan wouldn’t be without the shock threat of appearing as ghosts, am I right?

Available to stream on Netflix

also! Read our streaming recommendations from Weekend of September 30th. Vulture’s next list of live weekend picks will be posted online on Friday, October 14.

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