By AMANDA MOTLEY
Netflix recently updated the streaming list for October with a brand new list of TV shows and movies. This month’s additions will include many new popular films, such as the “Hunger Games: Catching Fire” and “Django Unchained.”
October also brings the newest seasons of many shows, including “Supernatural,” “The Vampire Diaries,” “Hart of Dixie” and “Son’s of Anarchy.”
As Halloween approaches expect to see a lot more scarier movies appear in your queue as well. On Oct. 14 “Witching and Bitching” will appear, which tells the story of thieves confronted by witches.
Even Christmas will make an appearance in October with “Ernest Saves Christmas.”
The most anticipated show Netflix is putting out has to be the complete series of “Gilmore Girls.” When Netflix announce that “Gilmore Girls” would be available on instant streaming, social media erupted with posts and tweets from fans excitedly anticipating how the popular series was going to be readily available for free.
In case you need more reasons to watch Netflix in October, just take a look at some of the other movies coming out this month.
Starring Aileen Quinn, Albert Finney and Carol Burnett. Based off the famous comic strip ‘Little Orphan Annie,’ the musical centers around a young orphan and her adventures to find a family.
“Romeo + Juliet” (1996)
The contemporary take on the classical Shakespeare story “Romeo and Juliet” starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Clare Danes.
“The Wedding Planner” (2001)
Starring Jennifer Lopez and Matthew McConaughey. The story of a famous wedding planner in New York City who breaks one of the most important rules in the business: do not fall for the groom.
“Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle” (2003)
In this reboot of the 1976 Television classic, three young women played by Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu are tested as they race to find a pair of missing rings encoded with the personal information of people in witness protection program.
“Gilmore Girls,” The Complete Series
Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel star in this Emmy-winning comedy as Lorelai and Rory Gilmore. This coming of age series centers around the duo as they navigate through life and relationships. As they face the tribulations of life they find themselves facing sticky situations, love triangles and ivy league snobs.
In this remake of the original movie based on Stephen King’s novel, misfit teenager Carrie (Chloe Grace Moretz) gets back at the classmates who have bullied her by unleashing her newfound supernatural powers and creating mayhem at the prom.
‘The Boxcar Children” (2014)
Based of the “The Boxcar Children” books, four orphaned siblings make a home in a boxcar. They stay in the boxcar in fear that their grandfather, whom they think is cruel, will make them come live in his home. Starring the voices of Mackenzie Foy and Joey King.