Everyone has a wonderful October! The spooky season arrives, and if you’re looking for something to watch in between shopping for Halloween costumes and sipping pumpkin spice lattes. There are still plenty of fall movies to see in cinemas and on Netflix. Movie in October going to explode the theaters or platforms and everyone is waiting to watch new movies this weekend.

This bustling weekend, Tom Hardy is still inhabited by a very strange alien in a superhero sequel, Michael Gandolfini takes on his late father James’ signature role in a spiritual successor to “The Sopranos,” Jake Gyllenhaal is a strained 911 call operator in a Netflix action thriller, and Amazon brings back “Welcome to the Blumhouse” for more differing horror tales politeness of scare-meister Jason Blum. Here’s a list of new movies that will appeal to any cinematic taste, so read this article all the way to the finish and enjoy your weekend with this movie in October first week.

Movie in October this Weekend

Venom: Let There Be Carnage

Venom: Let There Be Carnage is a 2021 American superhero film produce by Columbia Pictures in collaboration with Marvel and Tencent Pictures, based on the Marvel Comics character Venom. It is the second film in Sony Pictures Releasing’s Spider-Man Universe and the sequel to Venom (2018). The film abides directed by Andy Serkis and is based on a screenplay written by Kelly Marcel and Tom Hardy. Therefore, it stars as Eddie Brock / Venom alongside Michelle Williams, Naomie Harris, Reid Scott, Stephen Graham, and Woody Harrelson. You can watch this on HBO Max or in the theater.

The odd-couple bromance between San Francisco journalist Eddie Brock. Furthermore, the extraterrestrial symbiote residing inside him that gives Eddie strange “lethal protector” skills is true. In the gonzo comic-book sequel, a serial killer (an over-the-top Woody Harrelson) also transforms into a gooey, snarling beast from another planet. However, the best stuff is Hardy doing a masterful job of acting silly for 90 minutes. Therefore, as both Eddie and his growly onboard passenger hilariously working out their issues.

The Many Saints of Newark

The Many Saints of Newark, also known as A Sopranos Story. It is a 2021 American crime drama film directed by Alan Taylor and written by David Chase and Lawrence Konner. It is a prequel to Chase’s HBO crime drama series The Sopranos, and it takes place in Newark, New Jersey throughout the 1960s and 1970s. However, using the city’s 1967 riots as a background for tensions between the Italian-American and African-American communities. Michael Gandolfini plays the character of adolescent Tony Soprano, played by his father in the series. They find themselves in the thick of a deadly gang battle in which his uncle and family are implicated.

The rights to make The Many Saints of Newark were acquired by Warner Bros. Pictures and New Line Cinema, in collaboration with HBO Films. On September 22, 2021, the film had its global premiere at the Tribeca Fall Preview. Furthermore, it is set to be released theatrically in the United States on October 1, 2021. However, along with a month-long simultaneous release on the HBO Max streaming service.


Titane (English: Titanium) is a 2021 corpse horror-thriller film written and directed by Julia Ducournau. It portrays Agathe Rousselle as a female serial killer who becomes pregnant after having sex with an automobile. The BBC termed it “the most terrifying film of 2021.” On July 13, 2021, the picture had its global debut at the Cannes Cinema Festival. Therefore, where Ducournau became the second female filmmaker to win the Palme d’Or, the film’s highest honor.

Diana: The Musical

A video version of the ostentatious royal spectacle follows Princess Diana (played by Jeanna de Waal) from her marriage to Prince Charles to their divorce, with lots of awful pop-rock songs in between, and will be available for streaming before it hits Broadway next month. It’s a “fairy tale from hell,” as one of the lyrics puts it, as Diana contends with the press and the constant presence of Charles’ “friend” Camilla in a soapy musical that’s more soapy than courteous. This film is also available to watch on Netflix.

The Guilty

The Guilty is a 2021 American crime thriller film direct and produce by Antoine Fuqua, based on Nic Pizzolatto’s screenplay. However, the movie, a remake of the 2018 Danish film of the same name, stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Christina Vidal, with Ethan Hawke, Riley Keough, Eli Goree, Da’Vine Joy Randolph, Paul Dano, and Peter Sarsgaard providing voices. On September 11, 2021, The Guilty made its global premiere at the 2021 Toronto International Film Festival. The film had a limited premiere on September 24, 2021, before becoming available on Netflix on October 1.

Bingo Hell

Bingo Hell is a 2021 American horror-thriller film direct by Gigi Saul Guerrero from a script co-written by Gigi Saul Guerrero, Shane McKenzie, and Perry Blackshear. The film is the fifth part of the anthology film series Welcome to the Blumhouse. Adriana Barraza, L. Scott Caldwell, and Joshua Caleb Johnson star in the film. On September 24, 2021, the film premiered at Fantastic Fest. Amazon Studios plans to distribute the film in the United States on October 1, 2021.

Black as Night

When her drug addict mother dies mysteriously, a New Orleans youngster (Asjha Cooper) gathers her pals and spends the summer chasing vampires who appear to be raising an army out of the downtrodden. Keith David also shines in Mariette Lee Go’s superb “Blumhouse” chiller, which intriguingly builds a bloodsucking mythos out of the worst aspects of Black American history. This film is available on Amazon Prime.

No One Gets Out Alive

No One Gets Out Alive is a 2021 film direct by Santiago Menghini and written by Jon Croker, Fernanda Coppel, and Adam Nevill, starring Marc Menchaca, Cristina Rodlo, and Victoria Alcock. Netflix premiered it on September 29, 2021. A young Mexican woman (Cristina Rodlo) attempting to build a better life in America lives in a Cleveland boarding home. Where she hears strange feminine cries and sees haunting images. With nowhere else to turn, she starts poking around to figure out what’s going on as the slow-burn tale delves wonderfully into blood-soaked madness – and a distinct sense of fulfillment.

Old Henry 

Potsy Ponciroli’s Old Henry is a 2021 American Western film written and directed by him. It stars Tim Blake Nelson, Scott Haze, Gavin Lewis, Trace Adkins, and Stephen Dorff. The film made its global premiere at the Venice Film Festival on September 7, 2021. Moreover, abides distributed theatrically in the United States by Shout! Studios on October 1. It received mostly positive feedback.

Stop and Go

In this comedy composing and starring Whitney Call and Mallory Everton, life during COVID-19 lockdown is granting the “Booksmart” treatment (Everton also co-directs). They play two sisters who put on masks, grab hand sanitizer. Furthermore, hop in the van to break their grandmother out of her nursing facility when there is a coronavirus outbreak. The film deftly combines road-trip cinematic follies with our communal quarantine experience. You can watch this in theaters and on Apple TV, Vudu, Google Play.

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So, this is the end of the blog for Movie in October. To watch this weekend, go and stream or see if you can watch some movies in the theater. All the Movie in October which will be coming out this weekend, give you all the genres which you all love to watch. And last, let us know how much you liked the post.