As Oct. 1 creeps closer on the calendar, keep an eye on this list of Netflix content leaving the platform throughout the month to make sure your favorite titles are sticking around a little bit longer. A number of TV shows and movies will be cut from Netflix in October, so make sure you're squeezing in a viewing or two of titles from the list below that are getting the axe.
After seeing what's on the chopping block, check out the full list of additions heading to Netflix in October, including several original movies and series.
A.I. Artificial Intelligence
All the President's Men
Bonnie and Clyde (1967)
Bring It On: In It to Win It
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)
Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood
Forks Over Knives
Free State of Jones
LEAVING 10/1 (CONTINUED)
Impractical Jokers: Season 1
Julie & Julia
Midsomer Murders: Series 1-19
She's Out of My League
The Dukes of Hazzard
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants
The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2
Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
LEAVING 10/5 - 10/29
Despicable Me 3
David Blaine: What Is Magic?
Little Witch Academia
Little Witch Academia: The Enchanted Parade
Sword Art Online II: Season 1
El Internado: Season 1-7
Bridget Jones's Baby
The Carrie Diaries: Season 1-2
The Fall: Series 1
The Imitation Game
SPOOKY TITLES GUARANTEED TO GET YOU IN THE HALLOWEEN SPIRIT
While you wait for your favorite movie or TV title from above to drop on Netflix, get into the fall spirit with some grown-up trick-or-treating with these spooky movies and TV shows that are on Netflix right now, as we speak. Add them to your list, pop open a bag of candy corn and prepare to get scared straight.
The Sixth Sense (1999): Bruce Willis and Haley Joel Osment team up for this unforgettable horror flick that has chilled many to the bone with its famous line, "I see dead people." Even if you've seen this six-time Oscar nominated movie over and over again, the M. Night Shyamalan ending is worth the wait every time.
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'THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE' (1974)
What better way to get into the Halloween spirit than by popping in a classic horror flick? When Sally (Marilyn Burns) hears that her grandfather's grave may have been vandalized, she and her paraplegic brother, Franklin (Paul A. Partain), set out with their friends to investigate. A tour to their family's old farmhouse leads to the gang discovering a group of crazed, murderous outcasts, with one in particular, named Leatherface, wielding a terrifying chainsaw. The rest is history.
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Not quite in the mood to be terrorized all month long? Dip into Netflix's ever-full pool of nostalgia and view the world through R.L. Stine's iconic children's books turned mini movies. With four seasons to binge, you'll have no shortage of the spooky tales that lined your bookshelves growing up, from classics like "It Came from beneath the Kitchen Sink," "The Night of the Living Dummy" and "Stay Out of the Basement" to lesser known stories like "The Ghost Next Door."
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'AMERICAN HORROR STORY'
Take a trip into Ryan Murphy's bizarre universe with seven seasons of American Horror Story: Murder, Asylum, Coven, Freak Show, Hotel, Roanoke and Cult. Season 8, Apocalypse, will likely drop on the streaming service once Season 9, 1984, premieres on FX this fall. The all-star cast is led by the likes of Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters, Jessica Lange, Denis O'Hare and Kathy Bates, although because the show is an anthology, not every season is guaranteed an appearance from each actor. On the flip side, that makes the series easy to follow along for fans who haven't seen every season.
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'THE CONJURING' (2013)0comments
Director James Wan conjures up one of his scariest feature films with a haunted house/possession storyline you might think should be tired — but he somehow spins it into an stylish and intriguing flick you can't take your eyes off of. While big scares are still common in The Conjuring, you shouldn't expect the standard Hollywood jump scare build-ups. Those wary of gore, violence and sexuality don't need to worry about the film's R rating, however, as it's simply too frightening to squeeze into a PG-13 slot.
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