Amazon Prime Video has announced which movies will be coming to its streaming service throughout October in the UK, including Sam Mendes' war drama 1917 and Bong Joon-ho's Best Picture Oscar winner Parasite.
Yesterday (October 1), Eddie the Eagle landed on the platform. Based on the life and career of former Olympic ski jumper Michael Edwards, the uplifting comedy film stars Kingsman's Taron Egerton and Hugh Jackman.
Today (October 2), Quentin Tarantino's star-studded World War II favourite Inglourious Basterds and I Feel Pretty – which sees Amy Schumer's character Renee bump her head, fall unconscious and wake to think she's the most beautiful woman in the world – arrive.
As for 1917, that will arrive on October 16, with Parasite following on October 23.
With Halloween approaching, customers might be looking for some spookier titles, too. Fortunately, Prime Video is planning on delivering the goods as Welcome to the Blumhouse outings The Lie and Black Box land on October 6, while Nocturne and Evil Eye will be available to stream from the 13th.
Brahms: The Boy 2, which follows Katie Holmes' Liza as she becomes increasingly troubled by her young son's attachment to a creepy-looking doll they found in the woods, arrives on October 21.
Elsewhere, heartwarming period piece The Personal History of David Copperfield, animated yeti epic Smallfoot, Nicolas Cage's sci-fi horror Color Out of Space and rom-com Crazy, Stupid, Love round out this month's line-up.
When it comes to TV shows, subscribers should expect to see the likes of The Walking Dead: World Beyond, Truth Seekers and Fleabag season 2 rolling out over the next few weeks.
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