New horror coming to Tubi in October

Tubi October - Courtesy Tubi
Tubi October - Courtesy Tubi /

With all of the horror available on Tubi every day of the year, their October schedule is as solid as any other month. This month, Tubi is adding new documentaries, Tubi Original films and some films we all know and love.

Let’s take a look at what you can watch on Tubi starting in October!


October 10:

Living with Chucky – In this Child’s Play documentary, we are treated to interviews with actors, crew members and fans of the franchise. We also get to hear from writer/director Kyra Elise Gardner, daughter of Tony Gardner, who did makeup effects on three of the Chucky films, and Fiona Dourif, daughter of the voice of Chucky, Brad Dourif. Fiona has also appeared in some of the films.

Living With Chucky – Courtesy Screambox /

October 18:

Scariest Monsters in the World – What do you think are the scariest monsters in the world? This documentary gives us a countdown, check it out to see if you agree.

Tubi Originals 

Dante’s Hotel – An event planner at a haunted hotel works with a tenant whose dark history may hold the key to the hotel’s mysteries. But they have to work fast, because someone (or something) is preying on the hotel guests.

The Devil Comes to Kansas City – A farmer named Paul discovers that his wife has been killed and his daughter kidnapped while they were visiting Kansas City. Paul is a former mercenary, and is intent on saving his daughter.

Horror films being added to the Tubi library include:

28 Weeks Later – In the sequel to 28 Days Later, the Rage virus has spread rapidly, and many of the infected have died of starvation. When it is discovered that Alice is an asymptomatic carrier of the virus, her children may hold the key to a cure.

30 Days of Night: Dark Days – In this direct follow-up to the first film, it’s a year after Barrow, Alaska was practically decimated by vampires. Stella is travelling around the world in an attempt to convince everyone that vampires actually exist.

Arachnophobia – This 1990 horror/comedy film stars Jeff Daniels and John Goodman. When a small town in California becomes overrun by deadly spiders, it’s up to a group of residents to destroy the arachnids before it’s too late.

Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark – 8-year-old Sally comes to Blackwood Manor to live with her father and his girlfriend, who are restoring the mansion. Soon enough, Sally discovers there are tiny evil beings living in the fireplace.

End Of Days – Former NYPD detective Jericho Cane (Sylvester Stallone) saves a banker (Gabriel Byrne) from being killed, and ends up caught up in a religious war. He finds himself trying to protect a young woman who has been chosen to give birth to the Antichrist.

Fright NightThe 2011 remake stars the late Anton Yelchin as teenager Charlie Brewster. Charlie suspects correctly that he and his mom’s new neighbor Jerry (Colin Farrell) is a vampire, and Jerry isn’t very happy about it.

House At The End Of The Street – Elissa (Jennifer Lawrence) and her Mom move into a house, and discover there was a double murder committed by a teenaged girl at another house in the neighborhood.

Ma – A lonely woman befriends a group of teens, and everything is great at first. “Ma” lets the kids party in her basement, but eventually ends up scaring them with her neediness.

ANNABELLE WALLIS as Madison in New Line Cinema, Starlight Media Inc. and My Entertainment Inc.’s original horror thriller MALIGNANT, an Atomic Monster production, a Warner Bros Pictures release. Courtesy Warner Bros. Pictures. /

Malignant (10/27) – This 2021 film is one of my personal favorites, and stars Annabelle Wallis as Madison, a pregnant woman with an abusive husband. When her husband throws her against a wall, she hits her head, causing a series of terrifying events. Go into this one knowing as little about it as possible, it’s a real WTF movie (in the best possible way).

Saw (1 – 7) – That’s right, you can watch the first 7 Saw films on Tubi in October! Join Jigsaw and all of his creative killing machines as he tests his victims to discover what lengths they will go to in order to survive.

Sorry Charlie (10/6) – A woman named Charlie was raped on Halloween, and became pregnant. The trauma has left her reluctant to leave her house, as she waits to give birth. Then, she starts to get phone calls, and the voice on the other end of the phone sounds like that of her attacker.

The Devil’s Backbone– Another favorite of mine, this one was directed by Guillermo del Toro. In the final year of the Spanish Civil War, a young boy is taken to a haunted orphanage. If you enjoy ghost stories, this is a great one.

The Last House On The Left – When Mari and Paige hang out with a teenager named Justin, they make the ill-advised decision to go to the hotel room where he is staying with his father, Dad’s girlfriend Sadie and Uncle Francis. Turns out the three are homicidal maniacs.

The Fog – I am not sure which version this is, but cross your fingers that it’s the much better 1980 John Carpenter-directed one. It stars Jamie Leigh Curtis, Tom Atkins and Adrienne Barbeau, all trapped in a coastal town being menaced by a strange, haunted fog.

The Nun – One of the films in The Conjuring universe, this one stars Taissa Farmiga as a novice nun, pairing with a Catholic priest in Romania. The two encounter the evil Valak.

The Wolfman – It’s unclear whether this is the original 1941 film, or its 2010 remake, but either way, it deals with a werewolf.

Victor Frankenstein – This version of Frankenstein is told from the perspective of Igor. Together, he and Victor conduct experiments, and end up in trouble as they attempt to bring back the dead.

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