This time next month, Halloween will be over, and you know what that means - those jingle bells will be, uh, jingling.
So to make the most of spooky season all you little witches, here's a rundown of every brand new TV series and movie you should check out either online or in cinemas this October.
'Hocus Pocus 2' | On Disney+ Now
The three ageless sistaaas are back for more comedic mishappenings in Salem, but this time around they're out for more power than ever before. The Halloween event of the year has gone down a treat with fans of the original, so get watching if you haven't already leaned into the spooky cheese.
'Smile' | In Cinemas Now
One of the best horror movies of the year is in cinemas right now. Sidenote - if you're stuck for a Halloween outfit this year, just say you're the girl from 'Smile' and show off those pearly whites.
'Mr. Harrigan's Phone' | On Netflix Now
The latest adaptation from the author of horror himself, Stephen King, has landed on Netflix. But is it any good...? Well, it's got a strong cast in Donald Sutherland, Jaeden Martell and Kirby Howell-Baptiste, so it mustn't be all that bad, right?
'The Midnight Club' | On Netflix October 7
Now this one you're going to want to see. From 'The Haunting of Hill House' and 'Midnight Mass' creator Mike Flanagan comes his latest spooky release on Netflix. Following a group of terminally-ill teenagers who tell ghost stories at night, it looks like some of their fantastical stories may begin bleeding into their real lives.
'Werewolf by Night' | On Disney+ October 7
Marvel Studios' very first Halloween special introduces a brand new superhero played by Gael García Bernal. Jack Russell AKA Werewolf joins a group of monster hunters who gather on a faithful night in a creepy castle - but he's going to be lucky to escape with his life. Irish star Laura Donnelly also stars as comic book character Elsa Bloodstone.
'Studio 666' | Sky Cinema & NOW Cinema October 7
In case you missed it in cinemas earlier this year, the Rock & Roll Hall of Famers Foo Fighters hits Sky and NOW just in time for Halloween. The horror/comedy sees the band move into a mansion steeped in grisly rock history to record their much anticipated tenth album - but something's up with Dave Grohl...
'Halloween Ends' | In Cinemas October 14
Will the franchise actually end? If Jamie Lee Curtis' Irish marketing campaign is anything to go by, flocks of mammies will be heading to see the final entry in this long-lasting horror franchise.
'The Curse of Bridge Hollow' | On Netflix October 14
If there's kids in the house and the thoughts of watching a crazed man try to kill an elderly woman with a knife doesn't appeal, then Netflix has you covered with this horror-light entry starring Marlon Wayans, Kelly Rowland (yes, really) and Priah Ferguson from 'Stranger Things'.
'The Watcher' | On Netflix October 14
This creepy and unsettling series comes from Ryan Murphy and (what a surprise) it's based on a real-life story that happened in the US in 2014. Naomi Watts and Bobby Cannavale star are two new home-owners who begin to receive threatening letters through their front door - and any of the unhinged neighbours (Jennifer Coolidge is one of them) could be sending them.
'Unsolved Mysteries' Volume 3 | On Netflix October 18
Can't get enough of the unexplained? The hit Netflix docuseries is back with nine more mysterious phenomenons.
'The School for Good and Evil' | October 19
One release that's got some strong 'Harry Potter' meets a typical Disney fairytale is this Netflix film starring Charlize Theron and Kerry Washington.
'Umma' | Sky Cinema & NOW Cinema October 21
For those who have a fear that they're becoming their mother, you better steer clear of 'Umma' then. Sandra Oh stars in this horror film, which is about a woman whose life becomes disturbed when the remains of her estranged mother arrive from Korea.
'Guillermo del Toro's Cabinet of Curiosities' | On Netflix October 25
Netflix is really dealing out the big Halloween releases this year, and horror fans are going to be in their element with this anthology series from one of our favourite horror directors. Guillermo del Toro's 'Cabinet of Curiosities' is a collection of eight self-contained horror stories which is sure to get pulses racing.
'The Good Nurse' | On Netflix October 26
Oh, we love a psychologically unsettling movie. In 'The Good Nurse', Jessica Chastain attempts to keep on the good side of Eddie Redmayne - a nurse based on a real-life person who began murdering patients in a hospital.
'Prey For The Devil' | October 28
If 'Smile' and 'Halloween Ends' weren't horrifying enough for you, then 'Prey For The Devil' looks just the ticket for all you paranormal/possession fiends out there. The devil will see you now.
'Wendell & Wild' | On Netflix October 28
Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele are teaming up once again, but this time around they're dipping their toes into a spooky Halloween animation. Famed horror animation director Henry Selick has crafted another spot-motion animation about a troubled teen who has to face, yep, her demons.
'Wednesday' | On Netflix November 23
NOVEMBER?! Yes, that Addams Family spin-off series hasn't made the October/Halloween cut, but we decided to add it to our list because, you know, *snap snap* and all. The Jenna Ortega-led horror/comedy series also stars Catherine Zeta-Jones, Luis Guzmán, Gwendoline Christie and of course Christina Ricci.
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