Robert Pattinson in 'The Devil All the time'

While the fall season is filled with cooler air, pumpkin spiced lattés, and warm sweaters - it's also the perfect time for relaxation and movie binging. Whether a new original, or a fan favorite of the 2000s, here are our favorite movies coming to streaming platforms in the upcoming season.


The Babysitter: Killing Queen, Netflix

If you like the spooky season, but minus the spooky - then this is the perfect movie for you. Starring Bella Thorne, Judah Lewis, Hana Mae Lee, and Robbie Amell, The Babysitter: Killing Queen is a high school horror story with a bit of comedic twist. It follows the first movie of the series, The Babysitter, which came out in 2017. Be sure to check out The Babysitter: Killing Queen on Netflix starting September 10th.

The Devil All The Time, Netflix

There's so many big names in this movie, you'll be wondering who ISN'T in The Devil All The Time. Tom Holland stars as a young Christian man in a small town, who is skeptical of the people surrounding him - especially the pastor of the church, who's played by Robert Pattinson. You won't want to miss this creepy thriller, coming to Netflix on September 16th.

The Twilight Saga, Hulu

Will we ever stop watching The Twilight Saga? I don't think so. These three movies just scream fall to me - set in dreary Washington, each Twilight film is perfect for cozying up and secretly wanting to become a vampire. The set was released on Hulu September 1st, so you don't even have to wait for it.

Unpregnant, HBO Max

Coming September 10th to HBO Max, this comedy will make you want to call up your best friend to go on a spontaneous road-trip. Haley Lu Richardson plays Veronica, a high school girl who goes to her best friend for help after finding out she is pregnant.

Sex and the City: The Movie, Amazon Prime

Here's some city nostalgia for you: both Sex and the City movies are now on Amazon Prime Video. What's better than grabbing a glass of wine, a cozy blanket, and some Carrie Bradshaw on a chilly fall night? I can't think of anything I'd rather do.

Becoming, Disney +

Last but certainly not least, our last pick is the new Disney Plus series called Becoming. From executive producer Lebron James, Becoming is a docu-series on how some of the biggest celebrities came to success - even through the downfalls. Each episode is so heartwarming and inspiring, you might try to join the NBA or move to L.A. for your big break afterwards. Becoming will be released on September 18th for viewers.

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