Netflix: All Movies Releasing in October 2021

‘Guilty’, ‘Rescue distance’, ‘The trip’ and ‘Army of thieves’ stand out among the novelties of this month.


If you have already taken a look at all the series that Netflix premieres this October, get ready to discover the interesting news that is incorporated into its film catalog. The film starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Guilty, is one of the most powerful releases of these coming days. But not the only one. The streaming giant also brings you new original films such as Forever Rich, There is someone in your house and The Pokémon movie: The secrets of the jungle, among others.

This month, international blockbuster titles also land on the platform, including Jumanji: The Next Level, Pacific Rim: Insurrection and The Addams Family: The Tradition Continues.

Then you can check all movies releasing on Netflix in October 2021.

ORIGINAL NETFLIX MOVIES

Culpable

Antoine Fuqua is the director of Culpable, one of the new original ‘thrillers’ that Netflix premieres this October. Starring Jake Gyllenhaal, the tape follows Joe Bayler, a police officer who works as an emergency operator. One morning his journey begins with a mysterious call from a person who appears to be in danger. Far from being just another phone call, Joe soon discovers that it could have direct consequences on himself.

Premiere: October 1st

Forever Rich

Forever Rich is the title of the drama that you will be able to see on the platform starting in October. The film tells the story of Richie, a rapper on the verge of making the leap to stardom. On the night of his most important concert, he is attacked by a group of young criminals who steal his watch. Willing to take revenge on his attackers, he will not stop until he finds his stop and manages to recover his valuable jewel.

Premiere: October 1st

Is there someone in your house

Another feature film released by Netflix this month is the horror thriller, Is there someone in your house. Produced by Shawn Levy and James Wan, the film is inspired by the hit novel There’s Someone Inside Your Houseby Stephanie Perkins. Makani Young, the young protagonist of the story, is about to experience her worst nightmare. When he believed that he had adjusted to his new life in Nebraska, a wave of murders begins to shake his small town. The victims are some of his high school classmates. But everything seems to indicate that the serial killer who roams freely does not follow certain patterns. It will be then when Makani begins to fear for his life and that of his friends.

Premiere: October 6

The Pokémon Movie: Secrets of the Jungle

For Pokémon fans, this month comes to the platform The Pokémon Movie: Secrets of the Jungle. This new adventure takes us to the Okoya Forest, where the fascinating pokémon Zarude live, and the young Koko, who until now had always believed himself to be one of them. Koko is about to learn that she is actually a human when Ash and his inseparable Pikachu cross her path.

Premiere: October 8th

‘My brother, my sister’


My brother, my sister is the title of the Italian dramatic comedy that Netflix premieres this month. The story follows Nik and Tesla, two brothers with little relationship, who are forced to understand each other and share a flat after the death of their father. The reason is none other than to meet the requirement imposed by their parent if they want to access their inheritance.

Premiere: October 8th

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‘Confluence: Value in times of crisis’


Confluence: Value in times of crisis is the title of one of the new documentaries that you can find in the platform’s catalog. The feature film tells the story of a series of anonymous heroes who try to collaborate in the creation of a better future, moved by the terrible consequences of the pandemic caused by Covid-19.

Premiere: October 12 °

‘The creation of Malinche: A documentary by Nacho Cano’


Another of the documentaries that comes to Netflix is The Creation of Malinche: A Documentary by Nacho Cano. In it, the composer narrates how the process of inspiration and creation of his musical has been, in which the love relationship between Malinche and Hernán Cortés is addressed.

Premiere: October 12 °

Rescue distance

Rescue distance is the title of the new film as director of Claudia Llosa, which arrives this month on Netflix. With María Valverde, Germán Palacios, Dolores Fonzi and Guillermo Pfening as protagonists, the film is an adaptation of the homonymous novel by Samanta Schweblin. The plot follows Amanda, a young woman who enjoys a few days off with her daughter Nina, in a small town in Argentina. Always worried about maintaining that minimum distance that she considers necessary to protect her little girl, she soon discovers that there are external factors that are beyond her control and that can be fatal.

Premiere: October 13

Trip


Tommy Wirkola is the director of Trip, another of the original ‘thrillers’ that Netflix premieres this month. Starring Noomi Rapace and Aksel Hennie, the film follows Lisa and Lars, a married couple going through a bad time. To try to solve their problems, they decide to spend a weekend in a cabin in the woods. However, their true intentions is to kill each other. Their plans are dismantled when an external threat becomes their main obsession, forcing them to band together more than ever if they want to survive.

Premiere: October 15th

Thieves Army

Matthias Schweighöfer is the director of Thieves Army, the prequel to Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead. The story follows Dieter, a small-town cashier whose life takes a turn when a mysterious woman encourages him to join a motley crew of criminals. Your mission is to steal a series of valuable safes distributed throughout Europe.

Premiere: October 29th

  • The Seven Deadly Sins: Cursed by Light

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  • Flip a Coin -One Ok Rock Documentary- (Documentary film)

Premiere: October 21

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OTHER PREMIERE FILMS

Jumanji: Next Level

Jumanji: Next Level It is one of the successful films that is added to the Netflix catalog. Dwayne Johnson returns as the protagonist of this new adventure that takes him, along with the rest of his companions, back to the jungle of Jumanji. Your mission is to rescue one of your friends who got stuck in the game. In addition to the difficulties that they will encounter on their way, an important detail is added: their bodies have been exchanged.

Premiere: October 3

Pacific Rim: Insurrection

Also coming to Netflix in October is the sequel to Pacific Rim, Insurreción. Directed by Steven S. DeKnight, the plot takes us back to a future in which the Kaiju, a powerful race of aliens, continue to be willing to destroy everything that exists on the face of the Earth. To try to stop their plans, the humans must make use of the Jaegers, powerful robots capable of seeing faces with any Kaiju that crosses their path.

Premiere: October 13

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  • The Addams Family: The Tradition Continues

Premiere: October 1st

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  • Jarhead 2: Firestorm

Premiere: October 1st

  • The Search: A Long and Painful Road

Premiere: October 1st

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  • The magic of Anne Frank’s diary (Documentary film)

Premiere: October 10th

Premiere: October 10th

  • Violet Evergarden: The Movie

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