A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting arrives on Netflix on October 15th but what is the spooky Netflix film’s release time?

As October arrives once again, attention starts to turn towards the spookiest holiday of them all, Halloween.

The creepy time of year is always met with the release of new horror films and TV shows and 2020 is no different.

Netflix’s latest addition to their Halloween library this year is A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting but just what is the release time of the new Halloween film?

A Babysitter’s Guide To Monster Hunting | Official Trailer | Netflix

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A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting on Netflix

A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting arrives on Netflix on October 15th, 2020.

The film, which is based on the book series Joe Ballarini, tells the story of Kelly Ferguson (Tamara Smart) whose easy night of babysitting turns into a life-or-death adventure after the child she’s been tasked with looking after, Jacob, is kidnapped by the boogeyman, the Grand Guignol (Tom Felton).

Kelly’s attempts rescue Jacob result in her to discovering a secret society of babysitters, all of whom double up as monster hunters.

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Release time

  • A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting’s release time is 12am PT on October 15th, 2020.

Netflix films and TV almost always arrive at the same time around the world and midnight PT (pacific time) in the US has become the default release time.

As a result, A Babysitter’s Guide to Monter Hunting will be available to stream at 3am ET in the US, 8am BST in the UK, 9am in South Africa and 6pm in Eastern Australia.

We wouldn’t recommend staying up until 3am to watch, however, as you may end up looking like the film’s villain.

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A Babysitter’s Guide to Monster Hunting is available to stream on Netflix from October 15th, 2020.

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