What to Stream This Weekend
This weekend, get the Halloween chills with Michael Myers, teen horror, creepy movies, and more.
By Jason Cohen
The content pie is vast and infinite, and you’ve got the whole weekend to decide how you want to slice it. We’re in the midst of the ever-intensifying streaming wars, and there are too many shows and movies to choose from, spread across too many video-streaming services. So we’re making it easier for you. Each week, the PCMag features team takes turns highlighting the streaming content they’re excited to watch or think you should binge. Fire up your media-streaming device of choice, and get watching.
Halloween Kills (Peacock)
If you’re looking for some Halloween chills this October, Michael Myers returns in Halloween Kills, for premium Peacock subscribers. The film picks up where 2018’s Halloween left off with Laurie Strode and her family continuing to fend off the menacing killer.
I Know What You Did Last Summer (Amazon Video)
In this television reboot of the ’90s horror franchise, I Know What You Did Last Summer follows a group of friends who are stalked by a killer one year after they kill someone in a car accident, then cover it up.
Aquaman: King of Atlantis (HBO Max)
In the three-part animated miniseries Aquaman: King of Atlantis, Aquaman finally becomes king of Atlantis, but he’s going to need to learn the ropes about ruling first. Produced by Aquaman director James Wan, the series will release on a weekly basis.
Dopesick, starring Michael Keaton, is a miniseries that deals directly with the very real story of the opioid crisis, the spread of OxyContin, and its pusher Purdue Pharma. The series is based on the nonfiction book Dopesick: Dealers, Doctors and the Drug Company that Addicted America by Beth Macy.
Succession (HBO Max)
Following Kendall’s bombshell press conference, HBO’s hit series Succession returns with Season 3. Alliances will be tested, plans will be enacted, and the whole thing may end with Logan finally on the outs.
The film Censor is about a film censor who reviews a disturbing film, only to realize that the work may actually be tied to the mysterious disappearance of her sister.
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