October at Amazon centers on more than just the online retailer’s Prime Day sales. The company’s streaming service is unveiling a host of Halloween-themed content this month, from a comedic time-travel horror movie to a reality show in which celebrities compete not to get scared. Plus, Tommy Lee Jones and Jamie Foxx team up to challenge a giant corporation in a fact-based legal drama, while Bosch is back on Amazon’s ad-supported Freevee service. Don’t miss these 10 top things to watch this month on Prime Video.
Coming Oct. 3
Make Me Scream
The Cosby Show alum Tempestt Bledsoe, 50, and her real-life partner Darryl M. Bell (A Different World), 60, host this Halloween special in which three celebrity teams (including Jaleel “Urkel” White and rapper Lil Xan) compete in Halloween-themed challenges for the sought-after Medal of Mayhem. The goal? Enter a series of interactive haunted-house settings, with corpses springing to life and masked ghouls leaping out of dark corners, and try not to scream.
Coming Oct. 6
Desperately Seeking Soulmate: Escaping Twin Flames Universe
How far would you go for true love? In this three-part docuseries, journalist Alice Hines explores the boundary-busting world of Twin Flames Universe, a bizarro dating operation run by two self-proclaimed love gurus who also oversee a religion, Church of Union, and have been accused of cultlike behavior.
Totally Killer (2023)
Back to the Future meets Friday the 13th! Kiernan Shipka (Mad Men) plays a modern teenager who’s magically transported back to 1987, where she meets the high school version of her own mom and tries to stop a serial killer who slayed her mom’s three besties. If that’s not scary enough, the characters all seem to be wearing horrific color-blocked duds in day-glo colors.