Ooooh the colder months are just around the corner and guess what, it makes us even more excited for all the new stuff to watch on Netflix this October! This month we have a couple of supernatural series in our Top 5, but our film and television passion runs deep, ranging from brutal violence to going down memory lane, feeling all nostalgic with a classic Disney animation. An interesting selection, which we promise, will not disappoint, in our Top 5 ‘New on Netflix’ October!
Hotel Beau Séjour, Season 1, October 1st, 2017
Are you Into foreign series? Well, Hotel Beau Séjour is one for you. This Belgian series consists of 10 episodes and centers around a young girl, named Kato, who wakes up next to her dead body. Still being able to walk around invisible, she discovers that there are five people, known and unknown, that can still see and hear her. She then is up to the task of trying to solve her own murder mystery. Super strange right? But check out the trailer and we are sure you’d like to discover who killed Kato.
Gomorra, Season 2, October 1st, 2017
One of the best crime series at the moment, based on the book by Roberto Saviano and the film directed by Matteo Garrone that gives you a peek into the brutally violent world of organized crime in Naples. Gomorra depicts a family that thrives on power and does anything to maintain it, consequently affecting many people that cross their paths, from rivals to just the innocent that just happen to be in the wrong place, at the wrong time. See how the Gomorra operates in the second season of this realistic and sinister show
Riverdale, Season 2, October 12th, 2017
Nothing is ever what is seems applies to the teen drama Riverdale. Based on the Archie Comics, the series follows Archie and his friends, exploring their life in a small town, with some weird events happening to the inhabitants, and where it seems that every character has a darker side. Now it’s time to continue the mystery in the second season of Riverdale.
Pocahontas, Film, October 12th, 2017
Who doesn’t love this classic Disney film? I remember the animation Pocahontas coming out when I was way younger and it quickly became one of my favorites. The film is inspired by the true story of the Native American Matoaka who saved the life of the soldier John Smith who was part of the English settlers arriving in Virginia in the 16th century. Although based from historical facts, their story wasn’t as romantic as depicted in the animation, it’s still a lovely tale. Remember that song Color of the Wind? Amazing song which won 2 Oscars and a Golden Globe! Go see this film, with or without kids.
Stranger Things, Season 2, October 27th, 2017
I must be one of the few, but I haven’t gotten round watching Stranger Things yet (don’t hate me!), but it’s definitely on my to-watch-list, since I hear everyone raving about this series. This sci-fi horror series written by the Duffer Brothers tells the story set in the 80s, about a young boy that goes missing, which brings his mother in a desperate state, trying to find her son. The police as well as the missing boy’s friends investigate his disappearance along with a lost girl with kinetic powers, where they discover that a sinister government authority is trying to hide the truth.