Every Movie & TV Show Coming In October 2021

Here’s the exciting lineup of movies and TV shows that are coming to HBO Max in October 2021, including the anticipated premiere of Dune.

October 2021 will see HBO Max adding plenty classic movies and TV shows as well as new premieres to its catalog, while a few favorites will be leaving to make room. With the fall typically signaling a season of prestigious and blockbuster movie premieres, HBO Max will have some fierce competition this month against theater-only releases. As such, the streaming service is adding plenty of Halloween-themed shows and movies for October while premiering a few highly anticipated new films.

Kicking off the fall season, HBO Max added and premiered plenty of incredible movies and shows in September 2021, including the dual streaming-theatrical release of James Wan’s divisive Malignant. HBO Max also premiered Cry Macho on September 17, Clint Eastwood’s long-awaited return to directing and starring in a Western. September also featured the TV series premieres of Scenes From a Marriage and season 3 of Doom Patrol. An exciting blockbuster franchise that also made its way back to HBO Max in September 2021 is Harry Potter, returning to the streaming service with all eight movies.

October 2021 will see some of the most anticipated movie and TV premieres of the year on HBO Max, including Denis Villeneuve’s adaptation of Dune (October 17) and The Sopranos’ prequel movie The Many Saints of Newark (October 1). Max will also premiere season 3 of HBO’s Succession (October 17), season 5 of Issa Rae’s Insecure (October 24), and season 11 of Larry David’s Curb Your Enthusiasm (October 24). The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (October 21) and In The Heights (October 28) will return to HBO Max after their months of theater-only allocation, while beloved blockbusters like Bad Boys (October 1), National Lampoon’s Vacation (October 1), Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride (October 1), IT: Chapter 2 (October 10), and Point Break (October 15) join the service’s catalog.

During the pandemic, watching movies is a favorite choice for many people to spend their time. If you are getting bored with the romantic genre and predictable storylines, you can watch the best films of this year.

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The following is a list of watching movies online for free. Read more below and enjoy your free time with the best films of the year:

Besides being able to be watched streaming, the collection of films above can be downloaded for later viewing, both on cellphones and television.

October 1:

Admission, 2013 (HBO)

A Royal Affair, 2012 (HBO)

After the Thin Man, 1936

All The President’s Men, 1976 (HBO)

American Gigolo, 1980 (HBO)

American Graffiti, 1973 (HBO)

Argo, 2012 (Alternate Version) (HBO)

Bad Boys II, 2003

Bad Boys, 1995

Bad Words, 2013 (HBO)

Ballet 422, 2014 (HBO)

Being Flynn, 2012 (HBO)

Best Man Down, 2013 (HBO)

Beverly Hills Cop, 1984 (HBO)

Beverly Hills Cop II, 1987 (HBO)

Beverly Hills Cop III, 1994 (HBO)

Bill And Ted’s Excellent Adventure, 1989 (HBO)

Bill And Ted’s Bogus Journey, 1991 (HBO)

Billy Elliot, 2000 (HBO)

Black Christmas, 2019 (HBO)

Black Hawk Down, 2001 (HBO)

Blades Of Glory, 2007 (HBO)

Blazing Saddles, 1974

Blood Father, 2016 (HBO)

Bloodsport, 1988 (HBO)

Blue Crush, 2002 (HBO)

Bridget Jones: The Edge Of Reason, 2004 (HBO)

Bridget Jones’s Diary, 2001

Broken City, 2013 (HBO)

Caddyshack II, 1988

Cake, 2005 (HBO)

Cats, 2019 (HBO)

Child 44, 2015 (HBO)

City of God, 2002 (HBO)

Clash of Titans , 1981

Client 9: The Rise And Fall Of Eliot Spitzer, 2010 (HBO)

Culpa, 2021 (HBO)

Danny Collins, 2015 (HBO)

David Lynch: The Art Life, 2016

Desperately Seeking Susan, 1985 (HBO)

Dinner For Schmucks, 2010 (HBO)

Doubt, 2008 (HBO)

Down A Dark Hall, 2018 (HBO)

Downhill, 2020 (HBO)

Drop Zone, 1994 (HBO)

Dying Young, 1991 (HBO)

El Cantante, 2007 (HBO)

El Profugo, 2020 (HBO)

Emma, 2020 (HBO)

Endless Love, 2014 (HBO)

Entre Nos: The Winners 2, 2021 (HBO)

Entre Nos: What She Said, 2021 (HBO)

Family Matters

Fifty Shades Of Black, 2016 (HBO)

For A Good Time, Call…, 2012 (Alternate Version) (HBO)

Full House

Gangs Of New York, 2002 (HBO)

Gangster Squad, 2013 (HBO)

Goodbye, Mr. Chips, 1969

Hacksaw Ridge, 2016 (HBO)

Harold & Kumar Escape From Guantanamo Bay, 2008

He Said She Said, 1991 (HBO)

Hearts In Atlantis, 2001 (HBO)

Hitch, 2005

Hitman, 2007 (Alternate Version) (HBO)

Hooper, 1978

Hostage, 2005 (HBO)

House of Wax, 2005

House, 2008 (HBO)

Imagine That, 2009 (HBO)

October 31:

The Bachelorette, Season 16

The spooky additions for Halloween, long-anticipated film and television premieres, and return of classics are exciting for HBO Max’s October lineup, but it also means several titles will be on their way out. If subscribers haven’t had a chance to watch the insane twist in James Wan’s Malignant, their last chance to do so on Max will be October 10. Additionally, Clint Eastwood’s Cry Macho exits a week later on October 17. Halloween (October 31) also marks the departure of the Final Destination movies, IT, The Conjuring 2, and the rom-com fall favorite When Harry Met Sally. Following the thrilling premieres and additions of October, HBO Max subscribers can look forward to the premieres of King Richard (November 19) and The Matrix Resurrections (December 22).