If you have Netflix, the work is done for you. There are installments of beloved Halloween franchises, like Friday the 13th or Child's Play. There are the extreme gore and guts favored by Netflix horror movies.
An unofficial sequel to The Wizard of Oz, this installment has a bit of a Halloween-themed twist. The addition of new characters like Jack Pumpkinhead and Princess Ozma, the rightful ruler of Oz, join Dorothy on her return to L. Frank Baum's fantastical world. When a baker and his wife (James Corden and Emily Blunt) wish for a child, they must successfully break a family curse by gathering the ingredients for a magic potion.
You've already binged all four seasons of Money Heist. Before the French hit Lupin became a global sensation, for three years Spain's Money Heist held onto the record for most-watched non-English-language title on Netflix. The series, now heading into its fifth season (which will drop on the streaming giant in two parts, the first on September 3, and the second on December 3) has been a critical and ratings darling since its debut in 2017, praised for a gripping storyline, emotional complexity, and a great ensemble cast.
Consider your next movie choice handled. Originally Appeared on Glamour
Are you looking for an escape from reality? Be sure to tune into The World’s Most Amazing Vacation Rentals, which is gaining popularity on Netflix.Although season one just premiered on the streaming service a...
With sunnier days on the horizon and post-pandemic activities in full swing, it’s only fitting that we indulge in some feel-good content....
In light of the health concerns surrounding the coronavirus, people are still being advised to practice social distancing and stay home if they can to help "flatten the curve." But between the pandemic and the ongoing sociopolitical unrest, the need for self care and rest is at an all-time high.Netflix is here to help.The streaming platforms houses thousands of television shows and films that span every genre — including a helpful selection of anti-racist content to teach you about why we're fig
So! Much! Content!
*Warning: Minor spoilers ahead*Fatherhood arrived on Netflix just in time for Father’s...
There’s something oddly calming about watching a period drama like...
Rom-coms like Friends With Benefits and My Best Friend's Wedding are leaving the streaming service.
A new travel series and multiple apocalypse-related shows made the ranking.
Netflix and Amazon Prime already released their July 2021 streaming slates…but what about HBO...
I'm…confused by this trailer.
“You are my life now.” —me, talking to my Netflix account.
First, there was Love Is Blind . Then there was Too Hot to Handle . And now, Netflix...
I can't believe this is real.
It’s The Masked Singer meets The Dating Game, so, uh, prepare yourself.
Distract yourself from the real world with excitement of the cinematic kind. All movies are great in their own way, but let's be real: thrillers are the best. Go ahead and attempt to follow Yorgos Lanthimos's Killing of a Sacred Deer while sneaking a moment to doomscroll.
Last Halloween was a little more fright than fun—and by “fright” we mean covering our mouths not only for trick or treating, but also for avoiding a global virus. So even if it's summertime (or Christmastime), there can still be Halloween.