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SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 28: A wall mural of Pennywise the clown from the movie "IT" painted by Scott Marsh is seen on Cleveland street wall in the suburb of Chippendale on August 28, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. The movie "IT" based on the 1986 horror novel by American author Stephen King is set for release in cinemas on September 7th. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images)

There will be many movies released this fall. Here are the ones I’m most excited to see.


IT Chapter Twoin theaters September 6

I’m a huge fan of all things Stephen King. I first read IT when I was 12 or 13 years old and it scarred me for life in the most wonderful way. I loved what Andy Muschietti did with the first part and I’m eagerly anticipating Chapter Two.


Joker — in theaters October 4

When the first trailer dropped back in April, I was floored. Joaquin Phoenix will be nominated for and probably win a few of those fancy-pants film awards. I’m all for comic book movies with depth and character development (Watchmen, for example), so I’m very much looking forward to this one.


The Lighthouse — in theaters October 18

Robert Eggers directed The Witch, one of the greatest horror films of the century (so far). And A24 hasn’t had many misses, with movies like Green Room and Hereditary under their belt. Check out the cast, too. This’ll be a good one.


Doctor Sleep — in theaters November 8

Remember what I said about Stephen King? I’m on board for all of it. Doctor Sleep tells the story of a grown-up Danny Torrance–you remember him from The Shining, right?–and it’s a scary one.


A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood — in theaters Thanksgiving

It’s Tom Hanks as Mr. Rogers. Nuf ced.


Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker — in theaters December 20

It’s Star Wars. Nuf ced.