From an R&B-singing vampire queen and George Clooney to an '80s truant teenager and a YouTube star, there are plenty of streaming options throughout the month.
What's Coming Oct. 1: "Queen of the Damned" Just in time for Halloween, Netflix is adding 2002's adaptation of Anne Rice's novel "The Queen of the Damned," led by the late R&B star Aaliyah and Irish actor Stuart Townsend.
What's Coming Oct. 1: "Dazed and Confused" Following the release of director Richard Linklater's "Everybody Wants Some!!" earlier this year, the new film's spiritual prequel "Dazed and Confused" hits Netflix next month.
What's Coming Oct. 1: "Unforgiven" Clint Eastwood's Best Picture winner "Unforgiven" takes a frank look at how the uglier parts of the Old West have been forgotten through time.
What's Coming Oct. 1: "Three Kings" David O. Russell's 1999 satirical war comedy "Three Kings" has come to be defined the the director's infamous physical altercation with star George Clooney, but it remains one of the directors best-received movies to date.
What's Coming Oct. 1: "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" John Hughes's iconic 1986 comedy "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," starring Matthew Broderick, hits Netflix on the first of the month.
What's Coming Oct. 4: "American Horror Story: Hotel" The sixth season of Ryan Murphy's horror anthology series debuted on FX in September, but the Lady Gaga-led fifth installment heads to Netflix in October.
What's Coming Oct. 14: "Haters Back Off!" YouTube star Colleen Ballinger will bring her famously annoying character Miranda Sings to YouTube with this scripted original series.