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New children’s movies on Netflix in October 2021

Halloween is just around the corner, which means every streaming service is suddenly loaded with a lot of spooky content to keep you crawling throughout the month. But what about the young trick-or-treaters out there who aren’t quite ready to sit through the new? Megan Fox vampire movie Night teeth or come face to face with Freddy Krueger?

Fortunately, there are plenty of new kid-friendly movies coming to Netflix in October 2021! If your kid wants to get into the holiday spirit without risking nightmares, they can watch the new Halloween Netflix original movie. Sharkdog’s Fintastic Halloween. If they are looking for costume inspiration, the spy on children movies are expected to provide plenty, all three of which will be available on the streaming service in October.

Other highlights include a brand new Pokemon movie called Pokémon the Movie: Secrets of the Jungle as well as the world premiere of LOL Surprise: The Movie.

In addition to all the new original content on Netflix, there are also many beloved children’s classics already on Netflix for you to review with your family this month, including Stuart little, the classic animated film Kung Fu Panda, and the beloved Peter Pan recounting To hang up (it’s time to introduce your children to the delights of Robin Williams).


Check out the full list of kid-friendly movies coming to Netflix in October 2021!

Available October 1

spy on children

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Director: Robert rodriguez

Writer: Robert rodriguez

To throw: Alexa PenaVega, Daryl Sabera, Antonio Banderas, Carla Gugino

In this 2001 hit, Antonio Banderas and Carla Gugino play Gregorio and Ingrid Cortez, an average couple with parents of two grown children, Juni and Carmen (Daryla Sabera and Alexa PenaVega). Well, average aside from one little thing: they’re international super spies. All Juni and Carmen have to worry about is surviving puberty, that is, until their parents are suddenly captured by an evil brain. Children are forced to use their detective skills and their parents’ spy gadgets to save their parents – and possibly the world.

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Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams

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Director: Robert rodriguez

Writer: Robert rodriguez

To throw: Alexa PenaVega, Daryl Sabera, Antonio Banderas, Carla Gugino

After realizing that international super spy skills can just run in the family, Juni and Carmen officially join their super spy parents as Level 2 OSS Agents. Their first real mission as Agents leads them to a volcanic island to face off against a maniacal scientist and his army of bizarre creations. Easy, right? Except none of Cortez’s spy gadgets are operational on the island, and they face off against rival child agents. Brothers and sisters are forced to work together to overcome impossible obstacles and save the world again.

Spy Kids 3: Game Over

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Director: Robert rodriguez

Writer: Robert rodriguez

To throw: Alexa PenaVega, Daryl Sabera, Antonio Banderas, Carla Gugino

In this 3D sequel to Spy Kids’ first two hits, Juni faces her biggest challenge yet – a mission without her older sister. In fact, he must save her from their last nemesis, “The Toymaker”, who has trapped Carmen in a terrifying virtual reality world. As Juni travels the gaming world, he’s forced to put his spy skills and video game skills to the test. The most mind-boggling of all Spy Kids movies, this movie is sure to blow the minds of the next generation.

The Karate Kid (2010)


Director: Harald zwart

Writer: Christopher Murphey and Robert Mark Kamen

To throw: Jackie Chan, Jaden Smith and Taraji P. Henson

In this remake of the 1984 classic, a twelve-year-old named Dr. Parker (Jaden Smith) moves to China and struggles to fit in. He makes a friend named Mei Ying, but soon finds himself brutally bullied by his classmate Cheng. Luckily, Dre’s building handyman Mr. Han (Jackie Chan) steps in and fends off the bullies before things get out of hand. As payment for his help, Dre agrees to register for a Kung Fu tournament and learn the ways of Kung Fu from Mr. Han. Dre soon realizes that Mr. Han and the art of Kung Fu are both much more complicated than they first appear.

Available October 8

LOL Surprise: The Movie


Director: Lauren Ciaravalli and Alex Kamb

Writer: Julia mayfield prescott

To throw: Ayla Rae Neal, Paris Anderson, Ashley Nichol

Everyone’s favorite doll sisters, Queen Bee and Royal Bee, return for their very first film in this colorful and exciting new adventure. LOL Surprise: The Movie follows the story of a girl who sets out on a magical journey to discover her true potential. Filled with lots of dancing and all new original songs from Sony Music, this sparkling new movie is sure to delight kids of all ages. What’s more, you can stream all songs now!

Pokemon the Movie: Secrets of the Jungle


Director: Tetsuo Yajima

Writer: Tetsuo Yajima and Atsohiro Tomioka

To throw: Edward Bosco, James Carter Cathcart, Megumi Hayashibara

This all-new Pokémon adventure follows a young boy named Koko who grows up in the jungle, raised by Pokémon and isolated from the human world. Soon, Koko meets Ash and Pikachu and discovers that there are more people like him out there. But just as Koko begins to trust the humans, he discovers that a heinous plot threatens his house in the jungle. Koko teams up with all of your favorite Pokémon characters to save the natural world he loves so much.

Available October 15

Sharkdog’s Fintastic Halloween


Director: Hyacinth Tan

Writer: Hyacinth Tan

To throw: Dee Bradley Baker, Gray Griffin, Josh McDermitt

This Halloween special is guaranteed to be fun for all ages and is the perfect movie for a family movie night as the 31st draws near. The new animated special follows “The Sharkpack” as they prepare to celebrate Halloween. As the gang begins to tell scary stories, they are all mesmerized by the chilling legend of “Fearsome Fog”. But they soon find out that maybe it is more than a story, and Sharkdog must make sure his friends can cheat or treat by defeating a spooky sea monster.

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