Now that fall is here, it’s time to catch up on the shows you’ve missed, the movies you never seen and get prepared for new series seasons. While a number of titles will once again be leaving Netflix in October, the month will also bring the return of fan favorite films and shows. Here are some of the best titles you must see this month"
“Breakfast at Tiffany’s” – Oct. 1
In the film that defined Audrey Hepburn’s career, Blake Edwards’ “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” will be making its return to Netflix on Oct. 1. If you’ve never seen the film before, the movie is a must–watch romantic comedy.
“Dazed and Confused” – Oct. 1
The coming–of–age classic features some of Hollywood's biggest stars including Matthew McConaughey, Ben Affleck and Milla Jovovich before they became big.
“Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” – Oct. 1
In what has been called director John Hughes’ best film, the 1980s classic stars Matthew Broderick as troublemaker Ferris Bueller who wants to skip a day of class with his friends for a memorable day but the day ends up being memorable for all the wrong reasons.
“Once Upon a Time in the West” – Oct. 1
When a film is called one of the greatest films ever made, you have to do yourself the favor of watching it. The 1968 Spaghetti Western classic stars Henry Fonda, Charles Bronson and Claudia Cardinale. Bronson and Fonda team up to protect a damsel in distress from an assassin.
“The Flash” Season 2 – Oct. 4
If superheroes are more your thing, Season 2 of The CW’s hit show “The Flash” will be coming to Netflix on Oct. 4. Follow crime scene investigator Barry Allen as he fights criminals with his superhuman speed.
“Arrow” Season 4 – Oct. 4
Before Season 5 of “Arrow” begins on Oct. 5, catch up on Season 4 of the series. Watch as hero Oliver Queen tries to become the symbol of hope in Star City.
“American Horror Story: Hotel” – Oct. 4
The fifth season of “American Horror Story” centers around the Hotel Cortez. Watch as the Ten Commandments Killer and the “Addiction Demon” haunt the hotel. The 12-episode season features Sarah Paulson, Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, Lady Gaga and Max Greenfield. See if you can find clues connecting the season to the latest installment, “American Horror Story: Roanoke.”
“The Siege of Jadotville” – Oct. 7
Starring Jamie Dornan, “The Siege of Jadotville” tells the story of Irish Commandant Pat Quinlan as he leads his troops in a standoff against Belgian and French mercenaries in the Congo. The Netflix Original is based on the true story of the battle that took place in 1961.
“Jesus Camp” – Oct. 26
If you’re a fan of documentaries, the Academy Award nominated “Jesus Cams” gives viewers a peek into the world a Christian summer camp that teaches children they can “Take back America for Christ.” The film has been praised for its “even–handed presentation.”