A new month means new titles to stream. Amazon Prime is adding a new batch of movies and television shows to its viewing collection throughout the coming weeks. Below, check out all of the Amazon Prime new releases coming this October.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2, October 1: Katniss Everdeen takes a stand against the Capitol in the last installment of the Hunger Games franchise.
Quigley Down Under, October 1: A 1990 Australian Western film starring Tom Selleck.
Lethal Weapon, October 1: A mismatched pair of Los Angeles Police Department detectives are forced to team up.
Lethal Weapon 2, October 1: Two detectives protect an irritating federal witness, while also taking on a gang of South African drug dealers.
Lethal Weapon 3, October 1: Martin Riggs and Rogers Murtaugh reteam to pursue a former Los Angeles police lieutenant turned ruthless arms dealer.
Lethal Weapon 4, October 1: The fourth and final installment in the Lethal Weapon series.
The Warriors, October 1: A NYC gang must return to their home turf after they are framed for the murder of another gang leader.
Congo, October 1: An action adventure film loosely based on Michael Crichton’s novel of the same name.
The Dogs of War, October 1: A war film based upon the 1974 novel of the same name by Frederick Forsyth.
Dead Men Can’t Dance, October 1: An army unit is tasked with destroying a nuclear facility in North Korea.
Spectre, October 21: James Bond is pitted against the global criminal organization, Spectre in the fourth Bond installment starring Daniel Craig.
Pride and Prejudice, October 1: Keira Knightley stars as Elizabeth Bennet, while Matthew Macfadyen plays her romantic interest Mr, Darcy.
Before Sunrise (2014), October 1: This movie follows the story of the hardships that all laborers have to face, through the eyes of Erdal and his 12-year-old son, Merdan, who work at night in the market hall.
Training Day, October 1: A rookie cop goes on a 24-hour training course with a rogue detective.
Chinatown, October 1: A Los Angeles private eye is hired by a woman to investigate her adulterer husband.
Deep Impact, October 1: A 7 mile wide comet is set to collide with the Earth and cause a mass extinction.
Before Sunset (2004), October 1: The sequel picks up nine years after the events of Before Sunrise.
The Devil’s Advocate (1997), October 1: A drama thriller based on Andrew Neiderman’s novel of the same name.
Lost and Delirious, October 1: A girl observes the changing love between her two teenage friends, Pauline and Victoria.
Monsters, October 1: A photojournalist is tasked with escorting his employer’s daughter back to the U.S. by crossing through Mexico’s “Infected Zone.”
Stage Beauty, October 1: A female theatre dresser sparks a revolution in London theatre by playing Desdemona in Othello.
Trollhunter, October 1: A group of students follow a mysterious hunter, but learn that he is actually a troll hunter.
North Dallas Forty, October 1: A semi-fictional account of life as an NFL player, loosely based on the Dallas Cowboys team of the early 1970s.
True Colors, October 1: Two best friends from law school have their friendship tested by a betrayal.
Island in the Sky, October 1: The men on a C-47 transport plane, named the Corsair, must survive after a forced landing in the frozen wastes of Labrador.
Nick of Time, October 1: An ordinary man is forced into a situation where he must kill a politician to save his kidnapped daughter.
Last Night, October 1: A married couple faces temptations from other people during a night apart.
Down Terrace, October 1: A crime family is threatened by someone in their circle who is leaking information to the police.
Rodger Dodger, October 1: Roger Swanson and his nephew go out for a night on the town for a lesson in seduction.
S.F.W., October 1: A teen makes headlines after he is taken hostage by terrorists.
The Blood Oranges, October 1: An erotic drama based on the 1970 erotic cult novel by John Hawkes.
I Am David, October 1: A 12-year-old escapes an Eastern European prison camp.
The Falcon and the Snowman, October 1: Two young American men sell U.S. security secrets to the Soviet Union.
Spanish Judges, October 1: A 1999 direct-to-video crime drama film starring Matthew Lillard and Vincent D’Onofrio.
Misery, October 1: A psychotic fan holds an author captive and forces him to write her stories.
Redacted, October 1: A fictional dramatization, loosely based on the 2006 Mahmudiyah killings in Mahmudiyah, Iraq.
The Patriot, October 1: An American is swept into the American Revolutionary War when his family is threatened.
Mission Park, October 1: FBI agents infiltrate a drug cartel run by their childhood friends.
Stonewall, October 3: A gay teenager leaves small-town Indiana for New York’s Greenwich Village.
The Dark Horse, October 10: A chess player volunteers to teach the game to a group of disadvantaged children.
Louder Than Bombs, October 17: A widower and his two sons must cope with the death of his wife.
Happy Gilmore, October 1: A man enters a golf tournament in order to try to win the prize money and save his grandmother’s house.
Secretary, October 1: This dark comedy chronicles a young woman, recently released from a mental hospital, who gets a job as a secretary to a demanding lawyer, where their relationship turns into a sexual, sadomasochistic one.
The Pink Panther, October 1: The kick-off to a series of comedy-mystery films featuring an inept French police detective, Inspector Jacques Clouseau.
Revenge of the Pink Panther, October 1: The fourth film in The Pink Panther series.
Son of the Pink Panther, October 1: The ninth film in The Pink Panther series.
Curse of the Pink Panther, October 1: The eighth film in The Pink Panther series.
Trail of Pink Panther, October 1: The seventh film in The Pink Panther series.
The Pink Panther Strikes Again, October 1: The fifth film in The Pink Panther series.
Bachelorette, October 1: Three troubled women reunite for the wedding of a friend who was ridiculed in high school.
Slap Shot, October 1: A minor league hockey team resorts to violent play to gain popularity in a declining factory town.
A Shot in the Dark, October 1: The second installment in The Pink Panther series.
Love and Death, October 1: Woody Allen’s comic take on 19th-century Russian philosophical novels and the Soviet-era epic films made from them.
Bananas, October 1: A product tester attempts to impress a young and attractive social activist.
Stuart Saves His Family, October 1: Based on a series of Saturday Night Live sketches from the early to mid-1990s.
Married to the Mob, October 1: A mob widow tries to leave the mafia behind but is pursued by an undercover FBI agent and another mafia kingpin.
Class, October 1: A prep student goes on a wild night out where he meets a woman who turns out to be someone very different than he expected.
The Stoned Age, October 1: A film about two long haired stoners during the 1970s.
National Lampoon’s Dirty Movie, October 1: A cut-rate producer makes a film about the most offensive jokes ever told.
A Feast at Midnight, October 1: After being sent to a boarding school with a strict diet, a boy creates a secret society that enjoys midnight feasts.
Malibu Beach, October 1: A beach bum and a bodybuilder fight over a new lifeguard.
National Lampoon’s Cattle Call, October 1: A guy holds a fake casting call in Hollywood for a fictional independent film.
Joyride, October 1: Three young friends must escape from a psychotic killer while on a road trip from Colorado to New Jersey.
Throw Momma from the Train, October 1: Two writers plan to murder each other’s ex-wife and beastly mother.
Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex, October 1: Director Woody Allen helms the 1972 comedy inspired by the book written by Dr. David Reuben.
A Midsummer Night’s Sex Comedy, October 1: Three couples go to a romantic summer house in the 1900s countryside.
LEGO Jurassic World, October 4: Every day at LEGO Jurassic World is full of danger, surprises, and rampaging dinosaur breakouts.
The Witches, October 1: A dark fantasy horror film based on the children’s novel of the same title by Roald Dahl.
Final Destination (2000), October 1: A teen cheats death after having a premonition of a plane explosion, but death later takes the lives of those meant to die.
The Gift, October 1: A couple is stalked by a figure from their past.
Tucker & Dale vs. Evil, October 1: A group of college students mistakes a pair of well-meaning hillbillies for killers.
Dreamcatcher, October 1: Four friends encounter an invasion of parasitic aliens in this adaptation of Stephen King’s novel.
Mutant Chronicles, October 1: A sci-fi horror film, based on the game of the same name.
Stigmata, October 1: A hairdresser is afflicted with the stigmata after coming into possession of a rosary formerly owned by a deceased Italian priest.
Troll 2, October 1: A family vacationing in a small town discovers the other residents in town are actually goblins.
Splinter, October 1: A young couple retreats to the wilderness for a romantic weekend, but their idyllic trip is shattered when they are car-jacked.
V/H/S, October 1: A group hired to burglarize a house uncover a dead body and a lot of mysterious footage.
Timecrimes, October 1: A man discovers the repercussions of time travel after going back in time.
Troll, October 1: After her family moves to a new building in California, a young girl gets possessed by an ancient evil troll.
Zombie Nation, October 1: A serial killer cop who murders the females he arrests gets what’s coming to him when the women return as zombies to seek revenge.
American Horror Story: Hotel, October 4: The fifth season of the FX anthology horror series, featuring Lady Gaga.
Goliath Season 1, October 14: Billy Bob Thornton stars as a burnt out lawyer who gets a chance at redemption when he lands a big case.
Complete Unknown, October 27: A couple’s life is unraveled when a mysterious former love — portrayed by Rachel Weisz — reappears in the man’s life.
Good Girls Revolt, October 28: A true story of the professional lives of the women at a news magazine in the late ’60s, based on a book of the same name.
Bowling for Columbine, October 1: Michael Moore explores the events of the 1999 Columbine High School shooting.
The Last Waltz, October 1: The film chronicles the last ever concert of Canadian roots rockers, The Band.
Cool It, October 1: An environmental documentary based on Danish political scientist’s Bjorn Lomborg’s book of the same name.
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