Streaming this weekend: The Right Stuff, Charm City Kings, Hubie Halloween, and more
If you are looking to watch something new, this is what is streaming this weekend:
"The Right Stuff" tells the story of America's first astronauts, the Mercury 7, and chronicles the early days at NASA. Based on the original nonfiction book by Tom Wolfe, the new series, that boasts Leonardo DiCaprio as a producer, debuts on Disney Plus Friday.
"Charm City Kings" is a coming of age drama about boyhood and biking. It tells the story of a teen who desperately wants to join an infamous group of dirt-bike riders who rule the summertime streets of Baltimore. Meek Mill stars, and Will and Jada Pinkett Smith executive produced this film premiering on HBO Max today.
It's spooky season - get ready for gore and a whole lot more with "Books of Blood." The film tells the tales of three interwoven nightmarish stories and is based on Clive Barker's horror anthology of the same name. It's on Hulu now.
And if you are into haunted houses, this supernatural thriller series will send shivers down your spine. "The Haunting of Bly Manor" is a sequel series to the "Haunting of Hill House," loosely inspired by "The Turn of the Screw." It's on Netflix tomorrow.
Adam Sandler stars as the unlikely hero Hubie in "Hubie Halloween." This family film is full of funny, with an all-star comedy cast including Kevin James. It just debuted on Netflix.