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9 Must-See Films for October 2023

As the crisp winds of October roll in, bringing shorter days and the anticipation of Halloween, it’s also a time when the world of entertainment unveils its most captivating creations. While horror enthusiasts prepare for spine-tingling movie marathons, there’s a diverse array of films and TV shows that promise excitement without the chills. From Taylor Swift’s concert film to Marvel’s Kraven the Hunter and a dark psychological thriller, our list of the top 10 picks for October 2023 guarantees something for everyone.

Below, we’ve curated a selection of remarkable productions, each with its own unique charm and intrigue. Now, let’s dive into the exciting world of cinema and television for the upcoming month. 

Our Flag Means Death Season 2 (October 5): Setting Sail with Stede Bonnet 


In the swashbuckling comedy “Our Flag Means Death,” we follow the adventures of Stede Bonnet, an unexpected pirate. Season 2, premiering on October 5, promises more high-seas hilarity and enduring friendships.

Kraven the Hunter (October 6): Unmasking a Legendary Villain 


Marvel’s “Kraven the Hunter” takes us back to the origin of one of their iconic villains. Witness Kraven’s transformation from a man into a formidable hunter in this action-packed film, hitting theaters on October 6.

Cat Person (October 6): Love and Suspicion Unleashed 


In “Cat Person,” Isabella Rossellini unravels the complex world of modern dating through the story of Margot, whose encounter with Robert takes an unsettling turn. A dark comedy and psychological thriller, this film arrives on October 6.

The Fall of The House of Usher (October 12): Edgar Allan Poe’s Classic with a Twist. 


Netflix’s “The Fall of The House of Usher” explores the dark legacy of a pharmaceutical fortune. Directed by Mike Flanagan, this series offers a fresh take on Poe’s classic tale, premiering on October 12.

Lessons in Chemistry (October 13): A Cooking Show with a Scientific Twist 


“Lessons in Chemistry” on Apple TV+ follows Elizabeth Zott, a 1960s female scientist turned cooking show host. Brie Larson takes the lead in this unique series, coming to screens on October 13.

Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour (October 13): Swifties, Rejoice! 


Taylor Swift’s “Eras Tour” comes to life on film. With a set list of 44 songs and ten distinct eras, fans, and music lovers can enjoy the concert experience on the big screen starting October 13.

Killers of the Flower Moon (October 20): A Tale of Greed and Murder.

 
Martin Scorsese’s “Killers of the Flower Moon” delves into the chilling history of serial murders in early 20th-century Oklahoma. With an all-star cast, this gripping narrative unfolds on October 20.

Five Nights at Freddy’s (October 27): The Nightmare Comes to Theaters 


Finally, the “Five Nights at Freddy’s” movie arrives, adapted from the popular horror game. Join Josh Hutcherson as he confronts nightmarish animatronic puppets on October 27.

The Gilded Age 2 (October 29): Return to Opulence 


HBO’s “The Gilded Age” returns for a second season, transporting us to 19th-century New York’s world of extravagance. Perfect for fans of period drama, new episodes arrive every Sunday night, starting October 29.

There’s no shortage of cinematic treasures awaiting discovery in October. From high-seas hilarity to bone-chilling horrors and historical dramas, this month’s lineup offers a diverse array of entertainment for all tastes. So, mark your calendars and prepare to be captivated by the magic of the silver screen and small screen alike.

David Roberts

Writer & Blogger

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