The Lost World: Jurassic Park 1997 AMC Sun. Tomorrow Never Dies 1997 EPIX Wed. 10 p.m., Thur. The X-Files: Fight the Future 1998 IFC Thur. Hard to Kill 1990 Sundance Mon. 8 p.m., Tue. A scientist gives his bodyguard superhuman powers in order to fight racists. A lawyer unwittingly becomes friends with an unstable woman who has a criminal history. A successful businesswoman puts her family, career and life on the line to satisfy her addiction to sex. With his father trapped in the wreckage of their spacecraft, a youth treks across Earth's now-hostile terrain to recover their rescue beacon and signal for help. In the future a cutting-edge android in the form of a boy embarks on a journey to discover his true nature. An 11-year-old boy experiences the worst day of his young life but soon learns that he's not alone when other members of his family encounter their own calamities. A struggling writer falls in love with a stenographer while trying to finish his new novel in 30 days.
Halloween is a great movie-watching holiday. Whether you just need background noise for you Oct. 31 party or are hiding out from trick-or-treaters, there are over 100 movies to watch Tuesday. Networks are airing tons of classic horror movies (like "Halloween" and "Nightmare on Elm Street"), but there are also treats for those who are looking for some family-friendly titles (like "Hocus Pocus" and "Kung Fu Panda"). Freeform is airing the movie "Hocus Pocus" all day on Halloween. "I Know What You Did Last Summer" on Encore "A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors" on Syfy "Beetlejuice," starring Michael Keaton, will be playing all night on Sundance.
Christmas Eve is a busy time for some, but for others, it's a day to relax and watch TV. Luckily, there are plenty of Christmas movies and TV specials to watch on Dec. 24. Marathons are always big on the holidays. The first three "Home Alone" movies will air back-to-back on Encore all day long on Christmas Eve. Meanwhile, CMT will kick off their "Love Actually" movie loop at noon.
Fox News Flash top entertainment and celebrity headlines are here. Check out what's clicking today in entertainment. As with fellow streamers like Netflix and Hulu, a new month means new content being added to the library of TV and movies for people to binge-watch as they prepare for the Thanksgiving holiday. Users with an Amazon Prime subscription can tune into fan-favorite movies like "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon," "Dead Poets Society," "Wall Street" and much more. Meanwhile, TV fans can look forward to all six seasons of "Community" and the latest installment of "American Horror Story" dropping later in the month.
Netflix is getting rid of movies again. Every month, several titles leave the streaming platform, and there are many fan favorite flicks disappearing in November. "Hugo" (Nov. 1) The 2011 Oscar winner follows a young boy named Hugo (Asa Butterfield) who lives a Paris train station in the 1930s. Hugo wants to learn more about the broken automaton his late father left behind. "Twilight" (Nov. 1) The 2008 romance follows Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) as she moves to Forks, Washington, and falls in love with Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson), a vampire.