The 10 new Netflix films in October 2023

2023-10-30 17:43:00

October is coming to an end, but with it came a perfect selection for a movie marathon. In this post, Oficina da Net brings you the films that Netflix brought to your screen in October 2023. A list to binge before November brings even more news to the catalog! There are options for all tastes, from drama, suspense, action and adventure, comedy, as well as a lot of horror! Check out which films arrived in October 2023 on Netflix!

New Netflix movies in October 2023

Mate-me, se Puder (2023), José Manuel Cravioto

Mate-me, se Puder (2023), José Manuel Cravioto

The story revolves around the eccentric millionaire Olivia, who decides to bring together her half-sister Agatha and a group of old acquaintances for a seemingly glamorous weekend. However, the real reason behind this meeting is shocking: a potential murder! A mysterious invitation leads guests to question their own intentions and reveal dark secrets. But when unexpected death occurs, Agatha finds herself in the middle of a disturbing conundrum. With the help of the police, she embarks on a quest to discover whether the event was a tragic accident or part of an elaborate revenge plan. Everyone on board becomes a potential suspect, including ex-husband Carlos, washed-up actor Cary, ex-friend Sonia, housekeeper Doña Cristina, doctor Figue and even yoga instructor Naram.

A Bailarina (2023), Lee Chung-hyun

A Bailarina (2023), Lee Chung-hyun

In this thrilling revenge action thriller, Ok-ju (played by Jun Jong-seo), a ruthless former bodyguard, embarks on a relentless quest to track down Choi (played by Kim Ji-hun), the individual behind the tragedy that took the life of her dear friend, Min-hee (played by Park Yu-rim). “The Ballerina” tells the story of Ok-ju, a security professional who, after witnessing the brutal murder of her closest friend, decides to seek justice and revenge against those who committed the crime.

Fair Game (2023), Chloe Domont

Fair Game (2023), Chloe Domont

When a highly desired promotion at a competitive investment firm comes along, Emily (played by Phoebe Dynevor) and Luke (played by Alden Ehrenreich)’s relationship begins to undergo unexpected transformations. As power dynamics shift, the couple is forced to confront the real price of success and the limits of ambition. In her first feature film, writer-director Chloe Domont creates a tense thriller that explores complex gender dynamics that often pit partners at odds in an ever-evolving world where rules can’t keep up with the pace of change. “Fair Game” also features performances by Eddie Marsan, Rich Sommer and Sebastian De Souza, and reveals the clash between empowerment and ego.

Deadly Conference (2023), Patrik Eklund

Deadly Conference (2023), Patrik Eklund

“Deadly Conference” is a film that revolves around a team development conference that turns into a true nightmare. As accusations of corruption begin to spread and disrupt the workplace, an enigmatic figure stalks and eliminates the participants. In this Swedish slasher-style comedy, the characters stand out for their friendliness and sense of humor.

Crypto Boy (2023), Shady El-Hamus

Crypto Boy (2023), Shady El-Hamus

On the outskirts of Amsterdam, a young man named Amir (played by Shahine El-Hamus) aspires to a better future, but finds himself trapped in his job as a delivery boy at the old-fashioned Mexican restaurant owned by his father, Omar (played by Sabri Saad El-Hamus). Hamus). The neighborhood they live in is undergoing significant gentrification, where convenience stores are being replaced by trendy cafes and fitness studios. However, Amir is frustrated by his father’s refusal to modernize the restaurant. On the other hand, Omar sees his son as lazy and incapable of taking over the family business.

The father and son’s situation becomes complicated when a large real estate agency acquires the entire block and increases the rent considerably, putting both the restaurant and the house in which they live at risk. It is at this moment that Amir meets someone who is profiting from cryptocurrencies, and he sees an opportunity to get out of this mess. Determined to prove himself to his father, the young man throws his heart and soul into a rapidly growing cryptocurrency startup, while his father watches his son’s growing estrangement with suspicion.

Vjeran Tomic: Spider-Man of Paris (2023)

Vjeran Tomic: Spider-Man of Paris (2023)

Go behind the scenes at the Paris Museum of Modern Art in 2010 and uncover the intricate details behind the most daring art theft in French history. In this narrative, told from the perspective of the criminal himself, discover how an audacious robbery transformed the museum into the stage for one of the greatest artistic mysteries in history.

Sister Death (2023), Paco Plaza

Sister Death (2023), Paco Plaza

Narcissa, played by Aria Bedmar, is a young novice with supernatural abilities who arrives at an exclusive school for girls, with the intention of taking on the role of teacher. However, there is a complicating factor: the place is an old convent full of chilling secrets. As the days progress, Narcissa gets closer and closer to discovering the bizarre and disturbing events that haunt all the inhabitants of the place.

Tiozões (2023), Bill Burr

Tiozões (2023), Bill Burr

Three friends chose to begin their parenting journeys later in life, and now find themselves dealing with school principals, considerably younger CEOs, and all the changes that have occurred in the world since 1987.

Mafia of Pain (2023), David Yates

Mafia of Pain (2023), David Yates

Liza Drake (played by Emily Blunt) is a single mother who recently lost her job and finds herself at a crossroads. However, her life takes an unexpected turn when she comes across Pete Brenner (played by Chris Evans), a sales representative. He leads her down a path of financial success, but ethically questionable, when he involves her in a risky scheme within a pharmaceutical startup.

As Liza faces an out-of-control boss (played by Andy Garcia), growing concerns about her daughter’s (played by Chloe Coleman) health, and a growing awareness of the damage caused by the company, she finds herself compelled to rethink her choices. “Mafia of Pain” is an insightful and revealing portrait of the actions some people take out of desperation, while others act out of greed. The film is directed by BAFTA winner David Yates, produced by Lawrence Grey, and stars Catherine O’Hara, Jay Duplass and Brian d’Arcy James.

The Devil in the Court (2023)

The Devil in the Court (2023)

“The Devil in the Court” recounts the unique episode in which “demonic possession” was alleged for the first and only time as a defense in a murder trial in the United States. This narrative encompasses first-person accounts of the alleged possession and reveals a shocking crime, provoking a deep reflection on the fear of the inexplicable.

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