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10 movies to watch this fall

Check out this new sci-fi, action, and horror films coming to a theater (or streaming app) near you in September, October, and November.

The Devil All the Time (September 16)

Starring Tom Holland and Robert Pattinson, this Netflix original tells a horror story against the backdrop of rural 1960s Ohio.

Enola Holmes (September 23)

Millie Bobby Brown stars as Sherlock Holmes’ teen sister in this Netflix movie. Henry Cavill also stars as Sherlock himself.

Kajillionaire (September 25)

Evan Rachel Wood shines as a 26-year-old grifter in this family crime comedy with a lot of heart.

Scare Me

(October 1)

Aya Cash and Chris Redd star in this meta comedy horror set in an isolated cabin in the woods.

Wonder Woman 1984 (October 2)

After multiple delays, Princess Diana will finally return in this 1980s superhero adventure, starring Gal Gadon, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig, and Pedro Pascal.

Possessor

(October 9)

David Cronenberg’s son Brandon makes his horror debut in a story of an elite assassin who uses brain implants to take control of other people’s bodies.

Candy Man (October 16)

The ‘90s cult classic horror movie is finally getting a sequel, and with Jordan Peele producing you can expect this new film to approach issues of institutional racism just as deftly as the original.

Over the Moon (October 23)

This Netflix animated film reimagines a chinese folktale to tell the story of a girl who builds a rocket. It features an impressive ensemble cast, including Ken Jeong, John Cho, and Sandra Oh.

Black Widow (November 6)

After its longest break ever, Marvel Studios is finally slated to return with this solo outing for Scarlett Johanson’s superspy. Black Widow takes place after the events of Civil War and explores the character’s tortured past.

No Time to Die (November 20)

James Bond returns! Need we say more?

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