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Netflix & Chills: Stream. Scream. Repeat.

This is a public service announcement. As the horror-day season approaches many of us like to line up the thirty-one days of October with a killer line-up or horror delights. Netflix would like to remind you that they have a number of titles coming out next month, in addition to their library of titles already on the service. Something streaming this way comes… Netflix has a slew of New films that will provide all the thrills and chills you need to survive the Halloween season, including In the Shadow of the Moon (9/27), In the Tall Grass (10/4), Fractured (10/11), Eli (10/18) and Rattlesnake (10/25). Have a look at the trailer below for more titles looking to be included in your Halloween season...

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Netflix Reveals Their Fall 2019 Horror Lineup

Netflix traditionally celebrates the Fall and Halloween season with a lineup of horror movies and television series, all under the umbrella term “Netflix & Chills.” We already saw some of the planned titles in our September roundup, but the new list reveals a more comprehensive selection, with the streaming service also dropping a teaser for Fall 2019 that has plenty for horror fans to sink their teeth into.

The promo, which you can see above, includes original highlights like the Stephen King and Joe Hill adaptation In the Tall Grass, serial killer flick In the Shadow of the Moon, medical trauma in Eli, kidnapping horror in Brad Anderson’s Fractured, and Zak Hilditch’s fiendish bargain movie Rattlesnake.

On the series front, we’ll be getting everything from a horror novelist dealing with literal demons in Marianne, to Stranger ThingsGaten Matarazzo in reality show Prank Encounters.

The full schedule for September
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Every New Netflix Horror Movie and TV Series Coming This Fall

Alec Bojalad Sep 13, 2019

Netflix has announced its Netflix and Chill lineup for the Halloween season. Here are the horror movies and tv shows to watch.

They say Halloween begins earlier and earlier every year. This year that date is fittingly Friday the 13th.

In honor of the cursed part of the calendar, Netflix has unveiled what to expect from their new horror releases for fall 2019. The list features the streamer's already considerably large horror catalogue along with a handful of new original movies. Here is a video Netflix put together to celebrate.

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The new Netflix original horror films include Shadow of the Moon (September 27), In the Tall Grass (October 4), Fractured (October 11), Eli (October 18) and Rattlesnake (October 25).

Shadow of the Moon stars Boyd Holbrook and Michael C. Hall and follows a Philadelphia detective who slowly unravels while pursuing an enigmatic serial killer. It's directed by Jim Mickle
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Fantastic Fest 2019: Jojo Rabbit, In The Tall Grass, Fractured, Takashi Miike Lead First Wave

The first wave of genre films that will be playing at Fantastic Fest for its 15th edition has splashed down upon us, and baby, it sure feels good! Held annually in Austin, Texas, the festival will kick off with Taika Waititi's satire Jojo Rabbit and will also feature the world premieres of Jim Mickle's sci-fi serial killer flick In the Shadow of the Moon, Vincenzo Natali's horror adaptation In the Tall Grass, and Brad Anderson's desperate drama Fractured. And then there's Takashi Miike, who will appearing in person to present First Love and soak up some spirited fan appreciation. (What kind of spirit? Well, I recall a very spirited discussion between fans about which one of his approximately 1,400 films was the most twisted and...

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Taika Waititi’s ‘Jojo Rabbit’ Opening Fantastic Fest

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Taika Waititi’s ‘Jojo Rabbit’ Opening Fantastic Fest
Taika Waititi’s “Jojo Rabbit” has been selected to open the 15th edition of Fantastic Fest on Sept. 19 at the Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar in Austin, Tex.

The screening will be the U.S. premiere of “Jojo Rabbit,” described as an “anti-hate satire” in which a lonely young boy growing up in World War II Germany finds his world-view turned upside down when he discovers his single mother is hiding a young Jewish girl in their attic. Waititi, the director of “Thor: Ragnarok,” will play the boy’s imaginary friend, Adolf Hitler.

The cast includes Roman Griffin Davis, Thomasin McKenzie, Rebel Wilson, Stephen Merchant, Alfie Allen, Sam Rockwell and Scarlett Johansson. The Fox Searchlight title will have its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival and go into release on Oct. 18.

Fantastic Fest also announced its full lineup, which includes the world premiere of Jim Mickle’s “In the Shadow of the Moon,
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In the Tall Grass: Release Date and Trailer for Netflix Stephen King & Joe Hill Movie

John Saavedra Joseph Baxter Sep 17, 2019

A movie based on Stephen King and Joe Hill's novella, In the Tall Grass, is coming to Netflix in October.

In the Tall Grass, a novella written by Stephen King and son Joe Hill originally published in Esquire and then released as an e-book, is getting the movie treatment from Splice director Vincenzo Natali. Why? Because just about anything that Stephen King wrote has become the object of a frenzied rush to acquire adaptation rights. – There are worse things that the industry could be collectively pursuing.

While this King onscreen offering – one of myriad others across all networks and streamers – will, quite literally, have you watching grass grow – centered on a murderous Kansas lawn – Netflix was the lucky outlet that won dibs.

In the Tall Grass Trailer

Creepy, crimson-spilling timey-wimey woe is abundant in the first trailer for In the Tall Grass. Check it out!
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