Crackle is filling its library with a whole new slate of Originals and features for fall, including Robert the Bruce, an exclusive feature coming to the free streaming service October 1. Plus, Crackle is launching 5 new themed channels just in time for Halloween. If you’re afraid of water, better not stream the new “Don’t Go In the Water” channel that will submerge you into your worst fear with Lake Placid 1 & 2, Shark Lake, and more. And you’ll want to leave a light on after watching “Creatures of the Night” with Zombie thrillers including Train to Busan and Day of the Dead.
But if you’re not in the mood for scary, check out Lennox Lewis: The Untold Story, Crackle’s Original Feature for October. It’s the story of the heavyweight boxing champ’s rise to glory, narrated by Dr. Dre.
New Crackle AVOD Exclusive Feature in October
Robert the Bruce (October 1st)
This Crackle AVOD exclusive picks up the dramatic historical timeline from the film Braveheart about the liberation of Scotland. Robert the Bruce (Angus Macfadyen) finds himself abandoned, wounded and on the run from the English army. Suffering a disastrous defeat, he takes shelter with a former soldier’s wife (Anna Hutchison) and her children who save his life and nurse him back to health. He becomes a part of their family, and they become the first soldiers in his new army as he sets out to claim his long-awaited crown of freedom.
New Crackle Original Feature in October
Lennox Lewis: The Untold Story (October 15th)
Narrated by Dr. Dre, the Crackle original documentary unfolds the inspirational journey of three-time world heavyweight boxing champion, Lennox Lewis who let nothing stop him from his relentless pursuit of becoming the greatest fighter of his generation. Follow Lennox from his turbulent youth as an aggressive brawling child along his meteoric rise through the boxing world into a world where the champ invests his energy pouring into the lives of the young people around him.
New Channels Coming to Crackle in October
This month the Crackle team is filling your bag with terrifyingly sweet treats that deliver both thrills AND chills!
Creatures of the Night (Launched October 1st)
Turn out the lights, but watch your back as you check out the modern zombie classics, Train to Busan, the Crackle original tour de fierce, The Clearing, the gore-fest Day of the Dead, and a splattering of vampires with 30 Days of Night: Dark Days, plus so much more!
Stream Your Head Off (Launched October 1st)
On Crackle, no one can hear you scream since they’re screaming WITH you! Lock down with Quarantine 2, the urban legend Boogeyman II, film legend The Blob, and pray for protection during The Exorcist III.
Don’t Go in the Water (Launched October 1st)
Stick your toe in to test these waters and pull back a stub! You’ll be drowning in terror with titled misnomers Lake Placid 2 and Lake Placid 3, hooked by Frankenfish, and dragged to the bottom of Shark Lake!
Screen Queens (Launched October 1st)
Don’t let the good looks fool you, these beauties are as tough as the terrors they face! Check out the high queen of scream herself, Jamie Lee Curtis in Prom Night, get stuck in House of Flying Daggers, and just try to survive Resident Evil: Apocalypse and Rise: Blood Hunter.
Swords and Sandals (Launched October 1st)
Just to mix things up, Crackle charges into the fray swinging the sharpest films around! Battle to improve your entertainment world with the Crackle exclusive Robert the Bruce, continuing the timeline from the Oscar-winning historical classic, Braveheart, Terry Gilliam’s 30-year-in-the-making magnum opus, The Man Who Killed Don Quixote, the swashbuckling The Legend of Zorro, and watch the cast of Merlin cast their magical spell!
New Crackle Spotlight Titles in October
Guess Who (October 1st)
Hilarity ensues when a young black woman (Zoe Saldana) brings home her fiancée (Ashton Kutcher) to meet her parents, and her dad is the one and only Bernie Mac!
Sci-fi intrigue at its BEST! This Crackle original series has it all. When police investigators start digging into the distribution of the latest synthetic club drug on the street they find more than they bargained for – mutant teens, underworld mobsters, and alien body snatchers!
This terrifying Crackle AVOD exclusive tells the story of a beautiful violin virtuoso (Freya Tingley) who inherits the estate of her estranged composer father (Rutger Hauer) after his passing. Only after she moves in does she realize her father’s obsession with secret societies, music, and the end of the world could create a horrifying symphony of disaster!
Being Human (October 1st)
What happens when a vampire and a werewolf become roommates in a house haunted by the loveliest ghost? Watch season one of Being Human and find out for yourself!
Resident Evil: Apocalypse (October 1st)
The second installment of the classic horror film franchise has the gorgeously tough Milla Jovovich battling a reanimated army of zombies hungry for her destruction!
Resident Evil: Extinction (October 1st)
The third time is definitely the charm with the charmingly lethal Milla Jovovich single-handedly saving a rag-tag band of survivors in the Nevada desert battling the evil Umbrella Corp.
Resident Evil: Afterlife (October 1st)
Just when you thought it was safe to be undead, Milla Jovovich returns again to defend a group of survivors hiding in an abandoned prison while sending zombies to the unhappy beyond.
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter (October 1st)
In the film series’ final installment, the indestructible Milla Jovovich gives the diabolical Umbrella Corp and their zombie hordes an explosive grand finale they won’t soon forget.
Boogeyman 2 (October 1st)
In the sequel to the terrifying original, a young woman checks herself into a mental health facility in the hopes of banishing her fear of the boogeyman. Check the closet and under the bed before hitting play on this one!
Rise: Blood Hunter (October 1st)
You know the old saying “Hell hath no fury like a woman turned into a vampire.” Join Lucy Liu as she goes on a rampage of revenge against the blood-suckers who turned her into one of them.
The Exorcist III (October 1st)
The third installment of the horror series written and directed by the author of the original novel, takes place 17 years after the initial events and takes the story in a terrifying new direction!
Additional New Movies in October
10 Rillington Place
2036 Origin Unknown
All About The Money
Already Tomorrow In Hong Kong
An Accidental Zombie Named Ted
At Any Price
Bats: Human Harvest
Big Top Evil (October 15th)
Bittersweet Symphony (October 15th)
Bucky Larson Born To Be A Star
Cruel Intentions 2
Cruel Intentions 3
Dark Beacon (October 15th)
Dark Highlands (October 15th)
Dominion: Prequel To The Exorcist
Hollow Man 2
Kill Your Darlings
Meatball Machine (October 15th)
Messengers 2: The Scarecrow
Pumpkinhead IV: Blood Feud
Shangri-La Suite (October 15th)
Song to Song
The 16th Episode
The Summoning (October 15th)
UFO Chronicles: Alien Detectives (October 15th)
Victims (October 15th)
Additional New T.V. Shows in October
Cult-Tastic: Tales From The Trenches With Roger And Julie Corman (Season 1, 13 episodes)
Father Knows Best (Season 4, 33 episodes)
Grounded For Life (Season 1, 15 episodes)
Grounded For Life (Season 2, 22 episodes)
Hammer House Of Horror (Season 1, 13 episodes)
Secret Agent (Season 1, 39 episodes)
Secret Agent (Season 2, 22 episodes)