Movies, series, documentaries: what to watch on Netflix in October?

Autumn has arrived, the sun is more discreet and we pull out the sweaters to warm up a bit. Who says new month necessarily says new agenda on the side of Netflix. On the menu this October? We warn you: you risk being scared. Horror films and series in spades, Halloween approaching: Guillermo del Toro (finally) unveils his Cabinet of curiosities while the director of The strange Christmas of Mr. Jack is back.

What Netflix series are to watch?

Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities

Are you ready to shiver? Month of October obliges, with Halloween in particular, Netflix lifts the veil on Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities since the next october 25. The filmmaker is producing this horror anthology. For these eight unpublished horror stories, Guillermo del Toro calls on different directors worthy of the name. We will even find two original stories from the Mexican showrunner. As for distribution, Netflix did not do things by halves. In short, Guillermo del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities perfect for Halloween.


Notre-Dame: The Part of the Fire

Remember… In April 2019, one of the most historic buildings in Paris caught fire. For nearly 5( hours, Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral burns. This mini-series in six episodes takes place during this famous night. While the Paris fire brigade fights against the conflagration of the monument, men and women themselves have their own fire to put out. from October 19, 2022.


The Playlist

A few years ago, Daniel Ek and his partners revolutionized the way we consume music with the creation of Spotify. From October 13, Netflix takes us in the footsteps of this behemoth that has overturned the rules of the music industry. An interesting mini-series to dive behind the scenes of an application that many of us use on a daily basis.


Cinema side made in Netflix

The School of Good and Evil

From October 19, Netflix invites you to discover where all the great fairy tales really began. Inspired by the novels of Soman Chainani, heroes and villains are formed in two respective schools: that of Good and that of Evil. Until the line between the two becomes too blurred and two best friends have to face each other. In the casting, we will notably find Laurence Fishburne, Michelle Yeoh, Charlize Theron, Kerry Washington, Sofia Wylie or even Sophia Anne Caruso. What make us want to see more!


Wendell and Wild

Henry Selick, director of The strange Christmas of Mr. Jack and Coralineand Jordan Peele, who recently gave us Boop but also get-out and Usunite to scare us with Wendell and Wild. This stop-motion feature immerses us in the life of Kat, a teenager haunted by her past and who must face her demons. Except that the latter have names: Wendell and Wild. A spooky fantasy epic awaits from October 28.


Murders without order

Inspired by real facts, Murders without order takes us on a breathless quest. When a nurse suspects her colleague of being responsible for the disconcerting deaths of several patients, everything changes for her. This new movie starring Oscar-winning Eddie Redmayne and Jessica Chastain is coming out next October 26.


For documentary lovers

The Redeem Team: Bounce Back Together

This fascinating documentary makes us relive the legendary quest of American basketball players to go for gold at the Beijing Olympics in 2008. A “comeback” that marked the fans of this sport. Follow in the footsteps of LeBron James, Kobe Bryant, Dwyane Wade and Carmelo Anthony from October 7 in The Redeem Team: Bounce Back Together.


The escapee: the strange case of Carlos Ghosn

October 26, Netflix reveals behind the scenes of one of the most intriguing court cases of recent years. In 2019, the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi businessman, one of the most respected CEOs in the automotive industry, becomes a fugitive subject to an international arrest warrant in a few weeks. The rise and fall of Carlos Ghosn are told by the actors at the heart of this crazy story.


As always, this is only a non-exhaustive selection of the films, series and documentaries that will land on the streaming platform in the coming weeks. Note that, as is often the case, Netflix likes to have a few surprises in store for us during the month. What program are you looking forward to discovering?

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