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Monsterland

Eight people desperately trying to reassemble their lives have encounters with eight mythical beings, from mermaids to werewolves — only to find out that what separates man from beast is thin internal line. Based on the novel North America Lake Monsters: Stories by Nathan Ballingrud, the eight-part anthology series Monsterland comes to Hulu October 2.

  • Blade Runner: San Francisco

    Blade Runner's sci-fi hellscape of 2019 Los Angeles was the stuff of fiction until San Francisco residents woke to a burning orange sky on September 9, 2020. Caused by wildfires in the Bay Area, a citizen captured the phenomenon via drone and dubbed in the classic Blade Runner theme by Vangelis for maximum effect.

  • Freaky

    Millie Kessler has her hands full trying to get through the horrorshow that is her senior year at Blissfield High. Going from bad to worse, The Butcher, Millie's hometown serial killer makes her his next target — but instead of waking up dead, Millie wakes up in The Butcher's body, and he's in hers. Millie and her friends are racing against time to reverse the swap, with a few casualties along the way. Starring Kathryn Newton and Vince Vaughn, Freaky comes to theaters Friday, November 13, 2020.

  • Hubie Halloween

    With Uncut Gems, Adam Sandler proved he had range. But for those of you missing the Happy Madison Sandler you're used to, Hubie Halloween is just what you need. The comedian plays Hubie DuBois, a community goofball who spends every October 31st trying to keep his hometown of Salem, Massachusetts safe. This year, he must turn into an actual hero when members of the community start disappearing. Also starring Kevin James, Kenan Thompson, Julie Bowen, Ray Liotta, Steve Buscemi and Maya Rudolph, Hubie Halloween will premiere on Netflix on October 7, 2020.

  • Memories of Murder

    To follow up his Academy Award-winning film Parasite, Bong Joon-ho is going back to his archives. The director is releasing a remastered cut of his breakout film Memories of Murder. Based on a true story, the 2003 movie follows Detectives Park and Seo as they try to hunt down Korea's first serial killer. Neon is bringing the film to theaters on October 19th and 20th, followed by a special post-screening conversation with Bong Joon-ho and Edgar Wright.

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