Netflix Movies October
Top new Netflix movies for October 2018!

What to watch on your iPhone or iPad this month? Let me tell you, definitely Netflix Movies October, Netflix is bring whole lot of hot new movies.

It may be the official start of spooky pop-culture season, but not everything you watch needs to be eerie. This month, temper stories of hubted houses and teenage witches with offbeat comedies and humor-fueled talk shows. Let’s dive into Netflix Movies October.

Elite 

(October 5) 

Tensions rise after three less privileged kids join the student body of Las Encinas, the most exclusive prep school in Spain. At some point amid Champagne-fueled parties and steamy love triangles, one student ends up dead. After watching one episode of this opulent murder mystery, you’ll wish your commute were longer.

Big Mouth: Season 2 

(October 5) 

Big Mouth is like health class – but a lot more fun. The animated show mines humor from the awkwardness of growing up. In this upcoming 10-episode season, a group of seventh graders – voiced by comedians John Mulaney, Nick Kroll, Gina Rodriguez, among others navigate the perils of adolescence, with running commentary from the Hormone Monster, Shame Wizard, and Other supernatural beings.

Schitt’s Creek: Season 4

(October 11) 

After losing their fortune, the once wealthy Rose family relocates to a decrepit motel in Schitt’s Creek, the unfortunately named town the family patriarch (played by Eugene Levy) bought years earlier as a joke. Come for the classic fish0out-of-water premise, stay for the leads’ unbeatable chemistry.

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The Curious Creations of Christine McConnell 

(October 12) 

You might already be familiar with the incredible desserts of Christine McConnell. The extremely popular baker has hundreds of thousands of social media followers who hunger for her macabre creations. In her new Netflix original show, McConnell reveals the secrets behind her elaborate sweets, like Alien-themed pie and cake in the shape of haunted houses.

The Haunting of Hill House 

(October 12) 

As children, the five Crain siblings lived in the most haunted house in America, and the effects of these traumatic months continue to reverberate throughout their adult lives. This ingenious horror show, adapted from Shirley Jackson’s acclaimed novel of the same title, traces their initial specter-filled stint in the Hill House and the devastating loss that leads to their return decades later. Watch it on your phone so the ghosts appear smaller and a bit less scary.

Making a Murderer: Part 2 

(October 19)

The 2015 documentary series Making a Murderer was a veritable binge-watching phenomenon. The show revolved around a single question: Did Steven Avery and his nephew Brendan Dassey kill 25-year-old photographer Teresa Halbach, or were they framed? Season 2 will look at everything that happened following Avery’s and Dassy’s convictions. A must-watch for true crime fans.

Bodyguard  

(October 24) 

With 10.4 million Brits tuning into the finale Bodyguard is the most-watched BBC drama in a decade. Once Bodyguard hits Netflix, Americans will learn what all the fuss is about. In this gripping six-part series, a returning war veteran (Richard Madden of Game of Thrones) with PTSD becomes a bodyguard to a controversial home secretary (Keeley Hawes). If the Brits’ fervent enthusiasm is any judge, Bodyguard is a must-see.

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina 

(October 26) 

This Netflix original show features Sabrina the Teenage witch like you’ve never seen her before. Nearing her 16th birthday, Sabrina (Kiernan Shipka) faces an impossible decision: Does she swear off her beloved human life and  her devoted boyfriend (Ross Lynch) and friends to become a witch, or defy her family and refuse her heritage? Principled, strong and intelligent, Sabrina is a heroine for our times, and the show is a clever twist on the original sitcom.

Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj 

(October 28) 

Thanks to Netflix, you can watch talk shows right on your iPhone. Hasan Minhaj, a stand-up comedian known for his work as a senior correspondent on The Daily Show, hosts these weekly episodes that explore today’s America through guest interviews and his signature comedic style, blending sincere storytelling with astute observations.