Peacock adds Friday the 13th, Elm Street, Chainsaw, & Chucky movies

Last Updated on September 29, 2021

The Peacock streaming service is clearly aiming to be your top choice for entertainment in the month of October, as they’re celebrating the Halloween season with an event they’re calling Peacocktober, which will see a ton of popular horror films being added to the service. Not only will the new Halloween sequel Halloween Kills be available to watch on Peacock as of October 15th, they’re also adding multiple installments from the Friday the 13th, Nightmare on Elm Street, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Phantasm, Predator, and Child’s Play franchises – plus Universal monster movies!

Here are all the franchise movies that will be freshly available to watch on Peacock on October 1st:

Child’s Play 2, 1990

Child’s Play 3, 1991

Bride of Chucky, 1998

Seed of Chucky, 2004

Curse of Chucky, 2013

Cult of Chucky, 2017

Friday the 13th, 1980

Friday the 13th – Part II, 1981

Friday the 13th – Part V: A New Beginning, 1985

Friday the 13th – Part VI: Jason Lives, 1986

Friday the 13th – Part VII: The New Blood, 1988

Friday the 13th – Part VIII: Jason Takes Manhattan, 1989

Jason X, 2001

Freddy vs. Jason, 2003

Gremlins, 1984

Gremlins 2: The New Batch, 1990

Leprechaun, 1993

Leprechaun II, 1994

Leprechaun III, 1995

Leprechaun 4: In Space, 1997

Leprechaun V: In the Hood, 2000

Leprechaun VI: Back 2 the Hood, 2003

Leprechaun Origins, 2014

A Nightmare on Elm Street, 1984

A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge, 1985

A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: The Dream Warriors, 1987

A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master, 1988

A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child, 1989

Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare, 1991

Freddy vs. Jason, 2003

A Nightmare on Elm Street, 2010

Phantasm, 1979

Phantasm II, 1988

Phantasm III, 1994

Phantasm IV: Oblivion, 1998

Phantasm: Ravager, 2013

Predator, 1987

Predator 2, 1990

Predators, 2010

Aliens vs. Predator, 2004

Psycho II, 1983

Psycho III, 1986

Psycho, 1998

Psycho IV: The Beginning, 1990

The Making of Psycho, 1997

Bates Motel S1-5, 2013

Saw, 2004

Saw II, 2005

Saw III, 2006

Saw IV, 2007

Saw V, 2008

Saw VI, 2009

Saw 3D, 2010

Jigsaw, 2017

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2, 1986

The Texas Chain Massacre, 2003

The Texas Chain Massacre: The Beginning, 2006

Texas Chainsaw 3D, 2013

Leatherface, 2017

Dracula, 1931

Dracula, 1979

The Mummy, 1932

The Invisible Man, 1933

The Bride of Frankenstein, 1935

Werewolf of London, 1935

The Raven, 1935

Dracula’s Daughter, 1936

Son of Frankenstein, 1939

The Invisible Man Returns, 1940

The Mummy’s Hand, 1940

The Invisible Woman, 1940

The Mummy’s Tomb, 1942

Frankenstein Meets the Wolfman, 1943

Phantom of the Opera, 1943

Son of Dracula, 1943

The Invisible Man’s Revenge, 1944

The Mummy’s Ghost, 1942

The Mummy’s Curse, 1944

The Creature Walks Among Us, 1956

Also coming to Peacock are creepy classics like Curse Of the Werewolf, Dr. Cyclops, It Came from Outer Space, Night Monster, Night of the Living Dead (1968), Phantom of the Opera (1962), The Brides of Dracula, The Evil of Frankenstein, The Strange Case of Dr. Rx, and Werewolf of London. There will be “funny frights” like An American Werewolf in London, Slither, The Burbs, and the classic sitcom The Munsters. Slasher offerings will include Black Christmas (1974), Prom Night (1980), Sleepaway Camp, and The Funhouse. Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night 2 will be on there as well, with other supernatural movies like Devil, The Exorcist III, The Sixth Sense, Rings, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, and James Wan’s Dead Silence, which begins streaming October 13th.

The “eerie ’80s” category includes Cat People (1982), John Carpenter’s Prince of Darkness and They Live, Wes Craven’s Shocker, and David Cronenberg’s Videodrome. “’90s nightmares” includes Eric Red’s Bad Moon, Sam Raimi’s Darkman, The Crush, Wes Craven’s The People Under the Stairs, and John Carpenter’s Village of the Damned.

And even more than that will be added to Peacock in October. So if you subscribe just to watch Halloween Kills, you’ll have plenty of reasons to keep that subscription.

Source: Vital Thrills

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Cody is a news editor and film critic, focused on the horror arm of, and writes scripts for videos that are released through the JoBlo Originals and JoBlo Horror Originals YouTube channels. In his spare time, he's a globe-trotting digital nomad, runs a personal blog called Life Between Frames, and writes novels and screenplays.