When does Huluween start? What’s new on Hulu October 2021? Huluween’s lineup includes 2021 films Censor and Gaia and more exciting movies. Hulu has just announced what’s coming to Hulu October 2021. According to the streaming platform, subscribers watched over 120 million hours of Huluween offerings in 2020.
This year, an evil spirit called Uluh is haunting Hulu itself, watching from inside the Huluween hub as unsuspecting subscribers stream Halloween content old and new. Uluh’s origin story will be presented in a short film that will debut on October 25.
When does Huluween start?
Effective October 1, Hulu is premiering 18 “bite size” Halloween shorts featuring actors such as Eric Roberts, Yalitza Aparicio and Troian Bellisario. The short films will range from horrifying to silly. As is usual for Huluween, subscribers will also have access to both Original and well-known films.
New on Hulu October 2021
On October 14, viewers can watch Censor, which made its debut at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival. Censor follows a young woman named Enid, who works for the British Board of Film Classification during the “Video Nasty” years.
The Evil Next Door will premiere on October 21, and it tells the story of Shirin, who moves into a duplex with her boyfriend Fredrik and his young son Lucas. When Frederik is gone, Shirin starts to hear things in the empty half of the duplex and fears for Lucas’s safety.
On October 22, the eco-horror film Gaia premieres. An injured forest ranger is rescued by a couple of survivalists who have an almost cult-like reverence for the forest.
More coming to Hulu October 2021
Huluween will include curated collections such as Frights for the Whole Family, Humorous Horror, Foreign Frights and Terrifying TV.
A few of the Terrifying TV series included are Sleepy Hollow, The Twilight Zone, Salem and NOS4A2. Film offerings include The Clovehitch Killer, Rocky Horror Picture Show, Antebellum, Blair Witch and The Lodge.
Phillip Youmans’ short film Voodoo will also release on October 29 in conjunction with Hulu’s celebration of Black history, Initiative 29. Youmans is the youngest and the first African-American director to win the Best Narrative Feature Founder’s Award at the Tribeca Film Festival. He won for the feature-length film Burning Cane, which he created while still in high school. Youmans wrote, directed, shot and edited Burning Cane.
For more details about Huluween offerings, visit the Hulu app, or sign up on hulu.com.
What do you think of the tweaks Hulu has made to its Huluween offerings this year? What are you most excited to watch that’s new on Hulu October 2021? Tell us about it in the comments section.