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The Halloween films and TV shows on Netflix and Amazon Prime

The curtains are twitching, the floorboards are creaking, the wind is howling…

Halloween is nearly upon us, Coventry. You know what that means, don’t you? Yep, aside from an abundance of sugary treats and snacks to feast upon come October 31, it’s also the time of year when you can enjoy the best film genre of all: horror.

Horror films are perplexing little beasts. No matter how much they make us jump, we can’t pull our eyes away from them. Halloween, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th… what’s not to love?

Come the witching hour, there’s no place you’d rather be than curled up indoors with some goodies and a pillow to hide behind.

With this in mind, Netflix and Amazon Prime have conjured up the ideal Halloween film marathon for you to enjoy. Are you brave enough?

Netflix

Mindhunter (series), October 13

(Image: Netflix)

In the late 1970s two

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Halloween films and TV shows coming to Netflix and Amazon Prime …

Thanks to the likes of Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, October is looking spectacularly spooky.

Hit Netflix series Stranger Things will be returning for a second instalment, whilst Amazon will be debuting its true-horror show Lore.

There is a whole host of films and TV shows viewers can indulge in in the upcoming weeks.

So grab yourself a blanket, and a pillow to hide under and let’s get binge-watching?

Netflix

Mindhunter (series), October 13

(Image: Netflix)

In the late 1970s two FBI agents delve into the psychology of serial killers and rapists.

The 10-part thriller series is directed by David Fincher, who is also responsible for Gone Girl, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and The Social Network.

Mindhunter is based on a true crime book by John E. Douglas, of the same name. It follows the former FBI agent’s experiences with the Behavioural Sciences Unit (BSU) and the creation of the Criminal

Read more at: http://www.grimsbytelegraph.co.uk/news/celebs-tv/halloween-films-tv-shows-coming-606229

Halloween films and TV shows coming to Netflix and Amazon Prime Video

Thanks to the likes of Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, October is looking spectacularly spooky.

Hit Netflix series Stranger Things will be returning for a second instalment, whilst Amazon will be debuting its true-horror show Lore.

There is a whole host of films and TV shows viewers can indulge in in the upcoming weeks.

So grab yourself a blanket, and a pillow to hide under and let’s get binge-watching?

Netflix

Mindhunter (series), October 13

(Image: Netflix)

In the late 1970s two FBI agents delve into the psychology of serial killers and rapists.

The 10-part thriller series is directed by David Fincher, who is also responsible for Gone Girl, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and The Social Network.

Mindhunter is based on a true crime book by John E. Douglas, of the same name. It follows the former FBI agent’s experiences with the Behavioural Sciences Unit (BSU) and the creation of the Criminal

Read more at: http://www.grimsbytelegraph.co.uk/news/celebs-tv/halloween-films-tv-shows-coming-606229

Halloween films and TV shows coming to Netflix and Amazon Prime …

Thanks to the likes of Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, October is looking spectacularly spooky.

Hit Netflix series Stranger Things will be returning for a second instalment, whilst Amazon will be debuting its true-horror show Lore.

There is a whole host of films and TV shows viewers can indulge in in the upcoming weeks.

So grab yourself a blanket, and a pillow to hide under and let’s get binge-watching?

Netflix

Mindhunter (series), October 13

(Image: Netflix)

In the late 1970s two FBI agents delve into the psychology of serial killers and rapists.

The 10-part thriller series is directed by David Fincher, who is also responsible for Gone Girl, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and The Social Network.

Mindhunter is based on a true crime book by John E. Douglas, of the same name. It follows the former FBI agent’s experiences with the Behavioural Sciences Unit (BSU) and the creation of the Criminal

Read more at: http://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/tv/halloween-films-tv-shows-coming-13741670

Stephen Paddock — Crime Scene Photo Shows Killer’s Brutal End

His body lies sprawled on the carpet of the Mandalay Bay Hotel — his 32nd floor lair turned into a sniper’s nest — moments after killing at least 59 people and injuring more than 500 others in a crazed rampage.

His disfigured face leaking blood and brains — no longer a vicious threat to anyone.

This is coward Stephen Paddock, the perpetrator of the bloody Oct. 1 massacre that rocked the world. In a blockbuster exclusive, The National ENQUIRER has obtained a graphic photo purportedly of the madman sprawled out on the distinctive carpet of the Las Vegas resort. [WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGE]

“This was not just a mass murder,” one criminal profiler told The ENQUIRER. “This was a murder/suicide by someone who didn’t think he would have the guts to shoot himself and wanted the cops to do it for me.

“’Suicide by cop’

Read more at: http://www.nationalenquirer.com/true-crime/stephen-paddock-crime-scene-suicide-photo/

Local artwork shows up on ‘Criminal Minds’

Naples fiber artist Leigh Herndon at work in her home studio. COURTESY PHOTO

Naples fiber artist Leigh Herndon at work in her home studio. COURTESY PHOTO

Fans of the CBS’ “Criminal Minds” will catch the work of local fiber artist Leigh Herndon featured on a South Florida-based episode of the crime drama airing Wednesday night, Oct. 4.

Set directors for the show contacted the Naples Art Association earlier this summer, asking for artist submissions whose work would be featured in a local location for the episode. They selected the work of Ms. Herndon, a longtime NAA member and specialist in the Japanese dyeing technique called rozome.

“I am a proud member of the NAA, so having my work selected, in part, because I am a member artist is a nice bonus,” Ms. Herndon said. “It’s also refreshing to know that a show as popular as

Read more at: https://naples.floridaweekly.com/articles/local-artwork-shows-up-on-criminal-minds/

10 streaming shows worth tapping into

 

The streaming revolution continues, with increasingly more digital platforms ordering increasingly more series.

The fall will yield new seasons for several acclaimed hits — from Amazon’s “Transparent” to Netflix’s “Stranger Things” — but there also will be no shortage of new shows to sample and binge-watch during the next few months.

Here are 10 of the most anticipated streaming titles (including availability date):

• “American Vandal” (Sept. 15 Netflix): A satire of true-crime shows, this eight-episode comedy investigates the aftermath of a costly high-school prank that left 27 faculty cars vandalized. Tyler Alvarez, Eduardo Franco and Gabriela Fresquez star.

• “Star Trek: Discovery” (8:30 p.m. Sundays beginning Sept. 24, CBS — then CBS All Access): The first new “Star Trek” series since the “Enterprise” premiere in 2001 receives a special launch on CBS network affiliates, then switches to the CBS All Access streaming service

Read more at: http://www.dispatch.com/entertainmentlife/20170918/10-streaming-shows-worth-tapping-into

10 streaming shows worth tapping into – The Columbus Dispatch

 

The streaming revolution continues, with increasingly more digital platforms ordering increasingly more series.

The fall will yield new seasons for several acclaimed hits — from Amazon’s “Transparent” to Netflix’s “Stranger Things” — but there also will be no shortage of new shows to sample and binge-watch during the next few months.

Here are 10 of the most anticipated streaming titles (including availability date):

• “American Vandal” (Sept. 15 Netflix): A satire of true-crime shows, this eight-episode comedy investigates the aftermath of a costly high-school prank that left 27 faculty cars vandalized. Tyler Alvarez, Eduardo Franco and Gabriela Fresquez star.

• “Star Trek: Discovery” (8:30 p.m. Sundays beginning Sept. 24, CBS — then CBS All Access): The first new “Star Trek” series since the “Enterprise” premiere in 2001 receives a special launch on CBS network affiliates, then switches to the CBS All Access streaming service

Read more at: http://www.dispatch.com/entertainmentlife/20170918/10-streaming-shows-worth-tapping-into

Fall TV preview 2017: 10 streaming shows to look for (videos)

CLEVELAND, Ohio – The streaming revolution continues, as more and more digital platforms order up more and more series. To be sure, the fall will see new seasons for several acclaimed hits, from Amazon’s “Transparent” on Friday, Sept. 22, to Netflix’s “Stranger Things” on Friday, Oct. 27.

But there will be no shortage of new titles to sample and binge-watch during the next few months. Here are 10 of the most-anticipated offerings from the streaming world:

“American Vandal” (Friday, Sept. 15, Netflix): A satire of true-crime shows, this eight-episode comedy investigates the aftermath of a costly high school prank that left 27 faculty cars vandalized. Tyler Alvarez, Eduardo Franco and Gabriela Fresquez star.

“Star Trek: Discovery” (8:30 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 24, WOIO Channel 19, then CBS All Access): The first new “Star Trek” series since “Enterprise” premiered in 2001 gets a special launch on CBS network stations, then zooms over to the CBS

Read more at: http://www.cleveland.com/tv-blog/index.ssf/2017/09/fall_tv_preview_2017_10_streaming_shows_to_look_for_this_fall_videos.html