A new month begins and with it the premiere of new productions on streaming systems, which this week offer a variety of genres and formats: movies, series, reality shows and documentaries to enjoy from home. In addition, some of these premieres are full of terror and fear, all in preparation for the annual celebrations of Halloween which will take place towards the end of october.
Here are this week’s premieres on the main streaming platforms that you won’t want to miss from October 3 to 9. Check out below what will be released in Netflix, Prime Video, Star+, Paramount+ Y Disney+.
The Sound of 007 – October 5th
Documentary that follows the remarkable six-decade history of James Bond music, going behind the lens on one of the greatest film franchises and the iconic 007 theme song. It is a feature-length documentary (88 minutes) that tells the remarkable story of six decades of James Bond music.
Going behind the lens into one of the greatest film franchises and the iconic 007 theme song. Mixing candid interviews with incredible James Bond footage, telling the story of the composers behind the Bond themes as well as the iconic songs by Bond.
Catherine Called Birdy- October 7
Period drama set in 1290. In the English medieval town of Stonebridge, Lady Catherine (known as Birdy) is the youngest daughter of Lord Rollo and Lady Aislinn. Her playground is Stonebridge Manor, a house that, like her family, has seen better days.
With a precarious economy and at the same time total greed, Rollo sees in his daughter the solution to get out of financial ruin by marrying her off to a rich man in exchange for money and land. But Birdy, like all great teen heroines, is feisty, smart and adventurous, and she’s willing to fend off any suitor in increasingly resourceful ways.
filthy envy – October 7
Colombian black comedy starring Cuervo, Ana Maria Orozco, Cecilia Navia and Yeimy Vargas, who give life to four great friends who end up telling each other the truth to each other’s faces, in what was initially a celebration dinner. Pro in the end, they are not the protagonists, but rather, the poisonous and filthy envy.
Marvel Studios: Werewolf by Night – October 7
This is the first special to be part of the Cinematic Universe of Marvel that is inspired by the most terrifying stories and characters in comics. A secret group of monster hunters gather at the Bloodstone Temple on a dark night regarding the death of their leader.
In the middle of a tribute to the deceased, those attending the ceremony will face each other in a competition to win a powerful relic as a trophy. However, only the one who defeats a dangerous monster will win. Directed by musical composer Michael Giacchino and starring Gael Garciathis short production takes elements from the cinema of the 30s and 40s.
STAR+ – 5 October
30 days with my ex
Adrian Suar plays “El Turbo” who, after years of separation from “La Loba” (Pilar Gamboa), accepts at the daughter’s request that they have in common to live for 30 days with his ex-wife, who comes from a long psychiatric hospitalization and must make the transition to reintegrate into society.
The new family life will make “El Turbo” and “La Loba” relive their love and awaken the illusion of being together again. While the mixed feelings between the two resurface, and with the need for emotional support in the background, living together becomes an emotional ups and downs that will make them waver between love and what led to the end of the couple.
Monster High: The Movie – 7 October
Musical film produced in the United States and Canada based on the franchise monster High from Mattel, which was created by Garrett Sander. It is directed by Todd Holland with a television play written by Jenny Jaffe, Billy Eddy and Matt Eddy from a story by Jaffe, Greg Erb and Jason Oremland.
The story centers on Clawdeen Wolf, who was born half human and half werewolf, after arriving at her new school, Monster High, she quickly befriends her classmates Frankie Stein and Draculaura and for the first time in her life, Clawdeen she feels that she has finally found a place where she fits in and can truly be herself, despite keeping her human half a secret. When a devious plan to destroy Monster High threatens to reveal her true identity, Clawdeen must learn to embrace her true monster heart and find a way to save the day.
Creep Show (Season 3) – 7 October
Based on the popular 1980s films by Stephen King and George A. Romero, creepshow is the popular horror anthology series that combines horror and comedy to create a fun and creepy viewing experience. The first two seasons are now streaming in their entirety on Paramount+ and the entire third season will arrive on October 7th.
Being an anthology series, the chapters are independent, but this new season will open with the episode titled “Drug Trafficking”, starring Michael Rooker, Reid Scott, Sarah Jon and Mai Delapa. Greg Nicotero directs the delivery. The story is by Mattie Do and Christopher Larsen, and Larsen adapted it into a screenplay. Here a girl and her mother must cross the border to access life-saving medicine. But when they are detained and unable to access their medicine, the symptoms are much more distressing than the guards originally thought they would be.
Kamp Koral: SpongeBob’s Early Years! – 8 october
Also known simply as Kamp Koral is a spin-off series that acts as a prequel to the animated series SpongeBob SquarePants. The show is animated in CGI and the show features younger versions of the main characters from the original show. SpongeBob, Patrick, Squidward and Sandy are campers; Mr. Krabs is the director of the camp; Pearl is a baby; Mrs. Puff is the explorer teacher and activities teacher; Plankton and Karen are camp chefs and Gary is a former stray snail who becomes SpongeBob’s pet.
The show is set in a summer camp, located in Kelp Forest. SpongeBob is a ten-year-old camper who wears a red cap, and the gang spends the summer catching jellyfish, building campfires, and swimming in a sticky lake called Lake Yuckymuck.
Mr. Harrigan’s phone – 5 October
A boy and an old millionaire have in common their love for books and their first phones. But although death seems to separate them, their mysterious connection lives on. When Mr. Harrigan dies, a teenager who befriended and did odd jobs for him, puts his smartphone in his pocket before the burial and when the lonely young man leaves a message for his dead friend, he is surprised to receive a message. of text.
This publication by Stephen King belongs to an anthology entitled the blood sends (If It Bleeds)composed entirely of four never-published stories during his long career as a novelist
Naild it (Season 7) – October 5
Cooking show where the results aren’t always necessarily pretty to look at and far from perfect, but there’s a sense of accomplishment when one of the three contestants wins $10,000 each episode of the series. Competitors are amateur bakers tasked with reproducing some of the most complex cakes and pastries.
The critically acclaimed show managed to impress audiences with its funny and down-to-earth flops, with Nicole Byer’s sense of humor being the icing on the cake. It has received numerous nominations, including Primetime Emmy Awards, TCA Awards, and Producers Guild of America Awards.
Conversations with a Killer: The Jeffrey Dahmer Tapes – 7 October
After the success that the series has meant Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Storythe producer of this show, Ryan Murphy has decided to launch a new installment of his series conversations with killersthis time dedicated to the so-called Milkwaukee Cannibal
In this documentary series about the ruthless serial killer, you will be able to witness unpublished interviews, where Dahmer himself recounts in the first person some of the atrocities he committed in the numerous crimes of which he is accused. The docuseries also collects several of the conversations that Dahmer had with his defense lawyers, during his stay in prison shortly after being arrested. Statements that are interspersed with those offered by various journalists, psychologists, friends and relatives of the criminal.
anomalies – 7 October
The story of this project revolves around a young woman who joins forces with a UFO fanatic to investigate the sudden disappearance of her boyfriend and stumbles upon a strange conspiracy. Starring Jeon Yeo-been, Nana, Lee Dong-hwi, and Ryu Kyung-soo.
Hong Ji-hyo (Yeo-been) comes from a wealthy family with connections. She is hired through her family connections and has a steady job. One night her boyfriend of four years suddenly disappears. She uncovers the truth behind a mysterious secret with the help of a community of UFO watchers. Heo Bo-ra (Nana), a member of the UFO watching community, uses a keyboard as a weapon, with her help, Hong Ji-hyo is looking for her boyfriend.
the midnight club – 7 October
The story goes that “in a hospice for terminally ill young adults, eight patients meet every night at midnight to tell each other stories and make a pact so that the next one to die will give the group a sign from the afterlife.” This new project is based on the 1994 novel of the same name and other works by Christopher Pike.
Its protagonist, who is a young woman with the illusion of going to Stanford University, so before leaving, she celebrates as it should be. However, over the course of the party she is at, she begins to cough and vomit blood, resulting in the news that she has thyroid cancer. This disease leads her to look for a place where they can treat her and save her life, and that’s when she finds a hospice called Brightcliffe, there she begins her new and creepy story.
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“Werewolf by Night” and “Mr. Harrigan’s Phone” Between October 3-9 Streaming Premieres
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