These are the seven best new Netflix, HBO Max movies to watch this week (Oct. 10-16)

These are the seven best new Netflix, HBO Max movies to watch this week (Oct. 10-16) ...

This week''s list of all of the popular online movies is chock-full of horror, so we''re not going to hide it. Interestingly enough, the slate of new Netflix movies is actually a bit light this week, but luckily they''ve got a comedic Halloween movie where Priah Ferguson, and Rob Riggle must flee with the spirits of those who are blind.

The big release of the week hits on Friday when Halloween ends. No, it''s not November 1st yet: Peacock will always argue that you should watch horror movies in movie theaters, but I can''t blame anyone who wishes to leave for seeing Laurie Strode''s last brawl. (Here''s where you can watch all the Halloween movies.)

Meanwhile, HBO Max prepares a retro-flavored Scooby-Snack, Clerks III on digital on-demand, Hulu''s new take on Romeo and Juliet, and Peacock''s new take on the rage posed by Barney the Dinosaur.

Check out our collection of new movies and shows to watch this weekend. And you may fill your calendar with the latest movies and shows to watch in October 2022 across all of the top streamers.

Grimcutty (Hulu)

Grimcutty is a parent''s worst nightmare of meme culture gone wrong. Then, gossipy parents become concerned that it''s a fresh trend. Then, they see a pale, red-eyed, smiling beast called the Grimcutty. Anyone who gets it? Well, the Grimcutty looks kinda like a modernized version of The Ring, but it''s also a little more literal.

Right now, watch Hulu (opens in new tab).

I Love You, You Hate Me (Peacock)

I love you, you hate me, and I get caught up in the strange outburst that led to violence. The film investigates Barney the Dinosaur, a cute children''s show host, who might have been a cloying or abusive theme song. Yes, the words "I love you, you love me," sung in a weird monotone by a fuzzy dinosaur, pushed some down. The film examines the unusual behavior of destroying Barney merchandise in bizarrely abusive ways.

This may not be a concept, as it is a two-part documentary feature that totals two hours in total, and is all released at once, so it''s a feature-length film with an intermission.

Watch HBO Max right now (opens in a new tab)

Halloween Ends (Peacock)

All of the great things must come to an end, but this may be (for now) for Michael Myers and Laurie Strode''s incredible slash-a-thon. So, after you watch the Halloween movies in order, look for how Laurie (Jamie Lee Curtis) is trying to finally live a normal life. Unfortunately, a certain person is standing (and stabbing) in the way.

Peacock (opens in new tab) will be available starting Friday (Oct. 14)

Rosaline (Hulu)

Because you know why Romeo and Juliet are such a popular Starbucks (i.e. star-crossed) couple, and their families had beef greater than Taylor and Kanye''s. And now that Rosaline''s cousin is starting a romance with Romeo, she''s finding herself engaged. So, as you may know, Romeo and Juliet do not need anyone''s help in burning out.

Starting Friday (Oct. 14) on Hulu (opens in new tab).

The Curse of Bridge Hollow (Netflix)

Sydney (Priah Ferguson of Stranger Things) is forced to deal with the unfriendly decorations in the neighborhood. Unfortunately, one of her closest friends is her dear ol'''' dad (Marlon Wayans), a science teacher who isn''t ready for this at all. It all begins to go down in their new house, where she makes a big mistake trying to have some dark season fun. Come for the flaming pumpkins and watch Marlon Wayans rocking two chainsaws.

Starting Friday (Oct. 14) watch on Netflix (opens in new tab).

Clerks III

According to sources, Kevin Smith''s Clerks series is still going on, and Randall (Jeff Anderson) doesn''t feel or look like a berzerker during his most recent shift. The incident has prompted the clerk to go full-meta, and to make a movie about being a convenience store clerk.

Starting Friday (Oct. 14) buy it on Prime Video (opens in new tab).

Trick or Treat Scooby-Doo!(HBO Max)

Despite being sluggishly criticized on HBO Max, a more-traditional Scooby-Doo Halloween special is slated to premiere. A definite throwback classic (not to be confused with Mindy Kaling''s incoming and definitely-mature Velma show) this movie seems to get fairly good on all things Scooby-doobie-Doo. So, if your Saturday mornings were filled with Mystery Machine exhaust and want a retro Scooby-Snack,

Watch on HBO Max starting Saturday (Oct. 15) (opens in new tab).