There’s some fantastic new content available to stream this weekend. I’ve picked out some of the highlights including a crime thriller starring Jake Gyllenhaal, as well as the Netflix Original series which is currently taking over the world!
A Netflix original movie, The Guilty is an American crime thriller following a troubled 911 operator as he scrambles to save a distressed caller during a harrowing day of revelations. Full of suspense and drama, The Guilty is actually a remake of the 2018 Danish film of the same name. It stars Jake Gyllenhaal and Christina Vidal, as well as the voices of Ethan Hawke, Riley Keough, Eli Goree and Peter Sarsgaard.
Where to watch: Netflix (available to stream 1st October)
The series which has seemingly taken over the globe at the moment, Squid Game is a South Korean survival drama television series following a group of individuals who are invited to play a series of children’s games with life-threatening consequences, to have a chance to win a huge cash prize. The series is already on track to break various streaming records for Netflix and looks like one not to be missed.
Where to watch: Netflix (available to stream now)
LEGO Star Wars: Terrifying Tales
The latest LEGO Star Wars short film arrives to Disney+ this weekend and with a spooky theme, it arrives just in time for Halloween! The film follows Poe Dameron and BB-8 who visit Castle Vader, the galaxy’s “first all-inclusive, Sith-inspired, luxury resort.”. At 46 minutes in length, it’s actually quite a substantial watch and may just appease fans both young and old with a Star Wars fix this Halloween.
Where to watch: Disney+ (available to stream 1st October)
Starring Kate Winslet, Saoirse Ronan and Fiona Shaw, Ammonite is a romantic drama film loosely inspired by the life of British palaeontologist Mary Anning. This isn’t a blockbuster film by any means, but it’s a really unique story exploring the speculative romantic relationship between Mary Anning and British geologist Charlotte Murchison.
Where to watch: Amazon Prime Video (available to stream 1st October)