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Netflix Recommendations October 2021 – Cinemags

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Various new shows in October, including the award-winning film Perempuan Tanah Jahanam by director Joko Anwar. Incorporating elements of Javanese culture into a suspenseful story, this horror thriller follows a toll operator who returns to his home village to earn a legacy. But once there, he discovers a disturbing truth about his past. Get ready to relive the Harjosari Village experience on Netflix on October 1.

For those of you who are looking for suspenseful drama shows, look forward to the latest Netflix film from Indonesia A World Without. Directed by Nia Dinata in collaboration with writer Lucky Kuswandi, this film tells the story of three teenage girls who have to face difficult choices after joining a program that focuses on self-improvement. Infused with mystery and suspense, don’t miss A World Without which premieres on October 14th.

Still looking for more thrilling shows? The long-awaited You: Season 3 series is coming in October. Love (Victoria Pedretti) and Joe (Penn Badgley) are now married and have children. They both try to live a normal life in the prestigious Madre Linda area, but it seems old habits are hard to break. You: Season 3 will air on October 15th!

For those of you looking for action-packed shows, welcome to Han So-hee in her new series My Name on October 15th. After the death of her father, a woman is determined to take revenge by joining a criminal organization and becoming a spy in the police force. Known for her roles in Korean dramas such as The World of the Married and Nevertheless, stay tuned for Han So-hee’s unexpected transformation in My Name!

A prequel to Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead, Army of Thieves, will premiere on October 29. The film follows the story of Dieter, a small-town bank teller, who gets involved in an extraordinary adventure when a mysterious woman recruits him to join forces with Interpol’s most wanted fugitives. Their plan? Break into a number of safes with impenetrable security systems in Europe.

There are many other exciting shows coming to Netflix in October, including The King’s Affection, The Baby-Sitters Club: Season 2, and There’s Someone Inside Your House.


Release date: October 1

Cast: Raihaanun, Lukman Sardi, Ario Bayu

Tortured by the prolonged trauma of sexual violence, a woman slowly discovers the world outside her isolated life.

Habibie & Ainun 3

Release date: October 1

Cast: Reza Rahadian, Maudy Ayunda, Jefri Nichol

In this biopic, a medical student attempts to challenge social norms in order to become a doctor, and ultimately devotes herself to being a first lady.


Release date: October 1

Cast: Titi Kamal, Ali Syakieb, Tissa Biani

When a funeral business owner returns to his school dormitory, he is confronted by a supernatural force that frightens students at night worship.


Release date: October 1

Cast: Raihaanun, Reza Rahadian

After a husband and wife decide to separate, what incident might give their love a second chance?


The King’s Affection (Netflix Series)

Release date: October 11

Cast: Park Eun-bin, Rowoon, Nam Yoon-su

When a crown prince is killed, his twin sisters take the throne while keeping a secret about his true identity and feelings for his first love.

Reflection of You (Netflix Series)

Release date: October 13

Cast: Go Hyun-jung, Shin Hyun-been, Choi Won-young, Kim Sang-ho

The life of a famous painter begins to be disturbed when a young woman he used to know reappears with an almost identical appearance to him.

Inspector Koo (Netflix Series)


Cast: Lee Young-ae, Kwak Sun-young

A new series that combines crime, comedy and drama.


The Seven Deadly Sins: Cursed by Light (Netflix Anime Movies)

Release date: October 1

Meliodas and his friends are back in action when a new era of peace is threatened with extinction due to an alliance that has supernatural powers.

The Way of the Househusband: Season 1 Part 2 (Netflix Anime Series)

Release date: October 7

After disappearing from the underworld, the legendary yakuza Tatsu aka “The Eternal Dragon” has now reappeared as a devoted housewife.

Bright: Samurai Soul (Netflix Anime Film)

Release date: October 12

In the early days of Japan’s Meiji Restoration, a human ronin must unite with an orc slayer to save an orphaned elf from their enemies.

Violet Evergarden the Movie

Release date: October 13

Even though the world is starting to leave war and various technological advances have brought changes in her life, Violet still hopes to be reunited with her superiors.


The Baby-Sitters Club: Season 2 (Netflix Series)

Release date: October 11

Cast: Sophie Grace, Momona Tamada, Shay Rudolph

Shortly after their “best summer”, the members of BSC are back in business and facing a period of change — along with two new members.

Maya and the Three (Netflix Series)

Release date: October 22

Cast: Zoe Saldana, Gabriel Iglesias, Diego Luna

A female warrior, whose character is inspired by Mesoamerican culture, embarks on a journey to fulfill an ancient prophecy and save humanity from evil gods who seek revenge.


Corpse Bride

Release date: October 1

Cast: Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, Emily Watson

In this Tim Burton film, Victor is transported into another world by a Corpse Bride who wants Victor for herself, shortly before her wedding.

House of Wax

Release date: October 1

Cast: Elisha Cuthbert, Chad Michael Murray, Jared Padalecki

A group of people on their way to a football game suddenly fall into the clutches of two bloodthirsty brothers in a small town.

There’s Someone Inside Your House (Netflix Movies)

Release date: October 6

Cast: Sydney Park, Theodore Pellerin, Asjha Cooper

Makani and his friends at Osborne High School try to investigate and stop a masked killer from hunting down and uncovering the students’ secrets.

The Trip (Netflix Movie)

Release date: October 15

Cast: Noomi Rapace, Aksel Hennie, Atle Antonsen

A husband and wife go to a remote cabin after agreeing to end their marriage by killing each other. But once there, they must face a more dire threat.

Locke & Key: Season 2 (Netflix Series)

Release date: October 22

Cast: Darby Stanchfield, Connor Jessum, Emilia Jones

A magical mystery series adapted from comics by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodríguez and it’s finally back with a new season.


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