It’s that time of the week! Each Tuesday the team at Reelgood picks out a few of our most anticipated movie and TV shows coming to streaming. Hopefully, this list will help you figure out what to stream this week, from Netflix’s Squid Game to Star Wars: Visions. Check out the full list below:
HBO’s hit crime drama The Sopranos changed the landscape of television over the course of its six season run. Fans across the globe fell in love with Tony Soprano, his family and the colorful cast of characters in the show. While the series ended on a controversial cliff-hanger, a long anticipated prequel to the series is headed to HBOMax later this week. The best part? James Gandolfini’s son, Michael Gandolfini, is stepping in as a younger version of his father’s character, Tony Soprano. If you are a fan on The Sopranos, The Many Saints of Newark is essential viewing. Be sure to check it out on HBOMax this Friday, October 1st.
With spooky season right around the corner, there’s no shortage of new horror movies to keep viewers on their toes. Netflix’s is contributing a number of new horror-focused flicks in October, but the latest to release is No One Gets Out Alive. Cristina Rodlo stars as an immigrant seeking out the American dream. However, when she arrives at a boarding house she quickly finds her self in a nightmare that offers no escape. Check out No One Gets Out Alive on Netflix when it hits the platform this Wednesday, September 29th.
Jake Gyllenhaal stars as Detective Joe Baylor in Netflix’s upcoming thriller, The Guilty. Shortly after being demoted to dispatch, Joe receives a harrowing call from a kidnapping victim that leads to a series of shocking revelations. Riley Keough, Ethan Hawke, Peter Sarsgaard and Bill Burr are also attached to star in this taut thriller from director Antoine Fuqua. Watch The Guilty on Netflix this Friday, October 1st.
Rob Lowe hosts Netflix’s upcoming special, Attack of the Hollywood Cliches!, which takes a look at some of the most popular cliches found on the big screen. The special will feature a number of guests including screenwriters, academics and critics as they examine the prominence of reoccurring tropes in American cinema. Special guests include Florence Pugh, Andrew Garfield and Richard E. Grant. Watch Attack of the Hollywood Cliches! on Netflix right now.
Blumhouse and Prime Video are back with Black as Night. This coming-of-age-meets-vampire-slayer flick stars Asjha Cooper as a teenager who spends her summers taking down the vampires of New Orleans. While fighting self-esteem issues of her own, she enlists the help of her friends to take down the vampire menace. Watch Black as Night on Prime Video this Friday, October 1st.
There you have it, folks! While these are a few of our most anticipate titles coming to streaming, it’s certainly not every new movie or show coming out this week. If you want to peruse everything that’s new, coming and leaving your services be sure to check out Reelgood. As always, watchlist your favorite titles so you can be notified when they hit your services.