The call to be the last weekend of September begins before the monthly change to October. A weekend and a week that have left us many interesting things, so let’s review the best Netflix premiere movies and series, Amazon, HBO and Disney+ to see this find:
Undoubtedly the most outstanding premiere of the weekend, Netflix brings this last Friday in September the highly anticipated Midnight Mass / Midnight Mass, a horror series by Mike Flanagan, the author of the terrifying The Haunting of Hill House and two good adaptations of Stephen King’s imaginary, such as his Gerald’s Game and Doctor Sleep, the sequel to The Shining. Flanagan returns to the genre he enjoys the most with a pure Horror Folk and cultist terror that deals with a community that lives isolated on an island, and that begins to deal with supernatural events just after the arrival of a mysterious and charismatic priest, who seems to bring I get a series of miracles that renew the faith of the community.
- Muggers: The Series
- Midnight mass
- My Little Pony: A New Generation
After an intense week in which it has brought Star Wars: Visions, new chapter of ‘What: If’ Marvel and the premiere of American Horror Story temporada 10, Disney + and the Star platform bring premieres for adults and adults with the most recent installment of the saga Predator -which prepares a new film-; the curious and entertaining Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter; the hypnotic, romantic and ultraviolent Drive by Nicholas Winding-Refn; and Tadeo Jones 2. And also several documentaries on World War II and the Nazis in particular.
- Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter
- The Predator
- Thaddeus Jones 2: The Secret of King Mida
- Hitler to the addict
- Hitler’s super cannon
- The King Who Fooled Hitler
- Nazi Death Camp: The Great Escape
In Movistar +
A villa in Tuscany
22: 00h at Movistar Premieres (dial 30). Liam Neeson and his son Micheál Richardson reprise their roles in real life in this sweet and lovable family comedy drama. Neeson plays Robert, a bohemian artist from London who travels to Tuscany to sell a villa he inherited after the death of his wife. His son Jack (Richardson) also participates in the operation, in the process of divorce, with whom Robert has never understood.
22: 00h in Movistar Premieres 2 (dial 31). Released at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, ‘Blessed Adolescence’ follows Mo (Gluck), a coming-of-age boy whose destructive guide to adulthood is Zeke (Davidson), the reveler, Immature and no future ex-boyfriend of her older sister.
Several premieres this weekend brings the Amazon Prime video platform, including originals such as the movie Birds of Paradise, adaptation of the novel Bright Burning Stars that tells the story of two young dancers from an elite academy in Paris who compete for the contract that will make them part of the Paris National Opera. Or the series Most Dangerous Game, a review of works such as the Evil Zaroff or Persecuted in which a cancer patient agrees to be chased in a hunting game to help his pregnant wife.
- Goliath temporada 4
- Most Dangerous Game temporada 1
- Savage X Fenty Show temporada 3
- Birds of Paradise
On HBO Spain
Another Friday of premieres, because today you already have the third season of Doom Patrol, the series of superheroes -or rather anti-heroes- with existentialist touches that promises a lot in its trailer. And also Teenage Euthanasia, Adult Swim imprint series focusing on Tender Endings funeral home owners, the Fantasy family: Grandma Baba, her sons Uncle Pete and Trophy, and Trophy’s teenage daughter Euthanasia (“Annie”), an assigned name accidentally during a time of excruciating suffering for Trophy, who 15 years later returns as a suddenly resurrected corpse.
And as a resurrected woman, Trophy has a variety of not-too-useful death powers. But more importantly, you have a second chance at unplanned motherhood.
DOOM PATROL. Season 3
TEENAGE EUTHANASIA. New serie
Death of a Ladies’ Man
Gabriel Byrne plays a writer going through a critical moment to the rhythm of Leonard Cohen’s most iconic songs. A sober, elegant and delightfully cynical tragicomedy.