Venom: Let There Be Carnage
Starting off the month with the highly anticipated blockbuster. "Venom: Let There Be Carnage" hits off on October 1st, following "Razilee and Elijah: Part 3" "No Time To Die" and Justin Bieber: Our World" all landing on October 8, 2021. And as if that wasn't enough, "Halloween Kills" "Dune" and "Antlers" releasing later in October respectively on the 15th, 22nd and the 29th.
Highly anticipated Venom Sequel, Venom: Let There Be Carnage is already seeing reviews, the film has been called out to be an absurd, ultraviolent, and romantic film. It's the first film in many aspects but heightened. The Sequel is already seeing a high volume of positive reviews.
The Pacific Northwest is seeing the documentary "Razilee and Elijah: Part 3" and horror film "Antlers" as it's regional go to's. Both of these films releasing in October are set in the PNW.
In addition "Venom: Let There Be Carnage" and "Razilee and Elijah: Part 3" has San Francisco scenes, but these aren't the only two SF films releasing, though "Razilee and Elijah: Part 3" is a new small addition to San Francisco, despite the series being a Seattle Film. Films such as The Matrix is also releasing this year being set in San Francisco.
Films such as Halloween Kills and Antlers is 2021's Go to Horror films that will kick in the scares this month.
Antlers, which was announced back in November 2019, was scheduled for a 2020 release in February, but was pushed back due to the pandemic. The film is starting to see an increase now that we are heading into October.
October is 2021's go to for movies. Though, November and December also has pretty good out looks with Clifford, Matrix and Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Razilee and Elijah: Part 3
No Time To Die