8 new thrillers and TV shows to watch in October 2021
October is perhaps best known for its horror catalog; However, there are plenty of upcoming thrillers, both in the cinema and at home. From the return to the world of The Sopranos, at the conclusion of 007’s current story, October isn’t holding back this year when it comes to its thrillers, as they spawn a wide range of decades and subgenres.
The Many Saints of Newark
The Sopranos remains one of the most impactful TV shows in history, so it’s no surprise that a spin-off would eventually develop. Instead of picking up where the controversial HBO series ending left off, The Many Saints of Newark will be a prequel focusing on Tony Soprano’s childhood and what influenced him to become the Mafia boss so many TV fans know him.
Directed by Alan Taylor, The Many Saints of Newark stars Alessandro Nivola, Leslie Odom Jr. Jon Bernthal, Vera Farmiga, Corey Stoll, Ray Liotta and Michael Gandolfini. It hits theaters and on HBO Max on October 1.
Premiere at the Cannes Film Festival and Palme d’Or, Titanium will finally be accessible to a wider audience. From the trailer alone, Titanium promises a lot of violence, action and thrill, as well as mystery, shock and body horror. In it, Alexia, a dancer turned killer is on the run.
Directed by Julia Ducournau, Titane stars Vincent Lindon, Agathe Rousselle and Garance Marillier. It will be released in select theaters on October 1.
No time to die
Perhaps one of the most anticipated films of the year, No time to Die is the end of Daniel Craig’s time as 007. He’s been playing this role ever since. Casino Royale, in 2006. Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, No time to die starts with a Bond who quit his spy job; However, he cannot enjoy his retirement for long, as a new threat emerges, the plans of which could kill countless innocent people.
Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, James Bond: No Time to Die with Daniel Craig, Ana de Armas, Rami Malek, LÃ©a Seydoux. Lashana Lynch, Ralph Fiennes, Ben Whishaw, Jeffrey Wright and Naomi Harris. It hits theaters on October 8.
Based on a book of the same name and inspired by a true story, Sick will explore the opioid problem in the United States. It will cover several aspects of this issue. from the doctor’s office to large pharmaceutical conference rooms, including the DEA itself. With this star-studded cast, Dopesick presents himself as an unconventional approach to real crime.
Starring Michael Keaton, Peter Sarsgaard and Will Poulter, Dopesick premieres October 13 on Hulu.
You season 3
Netflix has had many popular series over the years, and You is one of the most remarkable in terms of the thriller genre. Told from the perspective of an obsessive, dangerous and delusional man, You follows Joe on his quest for love, but things don’t work out for anyone involved with him. Season 2 ended with the girl and the baby, but it doesn’t seem like enough for the deadly protagonist.
Starring Penn Badgley and Victoria Pedretti, Season 3 of You will be released on Netflix on October 15.
The last duel
Based on historical events, The last duel presents itself as a medieval thriller. Marguerite de Carrouges accuses Jacque LeGris of having attacked her, but no one believes her. To settle this, her husband, Jean de Carrouges, must fight LeGris for their honor and his life.
Directed by Ridley Scott, The Last Duel stars Jodie Comer, Matt Damon, Adam Driver and Ben Affleck. It hits theaters on October 15.
I know what you did last summer
In 1997, i know what you did last summer came out, mixing classic slasher elements with a story that seemed straight out of an urban legend. Over twenty years later, this teen film is getting a reboot in the form of a streaming series. Similar to the original, this show will follow a group of teenagers a year after they accidentally murder someone, as it looks like someone knows what happened and stalks them, setting up a classic thriller story. .
Starring Madison Iseman, Bill Heck, and Brianne Tju, I Know What You Did Last Summer will be released on Amazon Prime Video on October 15.
Last night in Soho
Edgar Wright has made a name for himself with his unique visual storytelling, as seen in Scott Pilgrim vs the world, Baby Driver and his other films. It seems to continue with Last night in Soho, a dark mystery that features an aspiring fashion designer leaping between the present and the ’60s, providing a glimpse into the glamorous and tragic life of a singer.
Directed by Edgar Wright, Last Night in Soho stars Anya Taylor-Joy, Thomasin McKenzie, Diana Rigg, Matt Smith and Terence Stamp. It hits theaters on October 29.
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