Our top picks from Netflix, Stan, and Amazon Prime Video.
Spooky season is upon us and your favourite streaming services are bringing the scares with their October drops. If horror isn’t your thing, fear not, because there are a huge range of docos, films, and series coming to your screens next month, too.
Keep up with the latest film and TV news here.
Spanning a single morning in an emergency dispatch call centre, The Guilty follows call operator Joe Baylor (Jake Gyllenhaal) as he desperately tries to save a caller in danger. When he finds there’s more to the story than he first thought, the stakes become even higher.
It hits Netflix on Friday October 3.
You (Season Three)
Back for what looks like its most batshit season yet, the third instalment of You follows Joe (Penn Badgley) and Love (Victoria Pedretti) as they seek out a normal life as new parents in the suburbs. Of course, it’s short lived and things quickly spiral out of control.
It hits Netflix on Friday October 15.
Love Life (Season Two)
The first season of Love Life followed Darby (Anna Kendrick) as she traversed the world of dating in the search for love. This time around, the series will turn its attention to a new protagonist, Marcus Watkins (William Jackson Harper), as he finds himself single after a long-term relationship that he thought would be life-long.
It hits Stan on Friday October 28.
Life in Colour with David Attenborough (Season One)
Using technology developed especially for this series, Life in Colour with David Attenborough looks at the world through the eyes of its many creatures to see how colour helps them hide, hunt and thrive.
It hits Stan on Sunday October 3.
Amazon Prime Video
I Know What You Did Last Summer
Based on Lois Duncan’s 1973 novel, which spawned the iconic 1997 film of the same name, I Know What You Did Last Summer follows a group of teenagers who become bound by a dark secret after a fatal car accident. Bringing the classic tale into the current day, the remake sees the friends stalked by a brutal killer as they desperately try to find out who’s after them.
It hits Amazon Prime Video on Friday October 15.
The Green Knight
Based on the legend of King Arthur, The Green Knight follow’s the King’s reckless nephew Sir Gawain (Dev Patel) as he embarks on a quest to front the ultimate challenger, the Green Knight, to prove his worth. Battling ghosts, giants and thieves along the way, Gawain’s journey becomes one of self-discovery in what looks to be an action-packed and visually stunning film.
It hits Amazon Prime Video on Friday October 28.