30 must-watch films for fall 2017

As the peak of fall approaches, we’re bringing you all the television you need to enjoy the changes that will be making their way to your screen. Are you looking forward to the return…

30 must-watch films for fall 2017

As the peak of fall approaches, we’re bringing you all the television you need to enjoy the changes that will be making their way to your screen. Are you looking forward to the return of “Sherlock” or the anticipated return of “The Walking Dead”? Do you plan on binge-watching these shows all in one go? We’ve got you covered, with our comprehensive list of must-watch films and TV shows for November 2017.

Here’s our lineup of must-watch films for the rest of the month:

George A. Romero’s latest is the horror master’s first masterpiece in a decade. The film follows a man (played by John Cusack) with special powers who travels the country to search for a new home after his previous one is destroyed by a science experiment gone awry. Watch it here.

Much more than a film about a white supremacist, “Snowden” is a gorgeously photographed exploration of a singular, and complex, figure. Home-field advantage wins this one. Watch it here.

The Oscar-winning film, which examined one of our nation’s darkest days, tells the story of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev through the eyes of his late younger brother Dzhokhar, who was convicted of the crime and is currently serving a life sentence. Watch it here.

Blessed with an incredible cast, “My Cousin Rachel” was inspired by the Henry James novella and stars Rachel Weisz as the protagonist, who suspects her younger cousin, Isabel (Sam Claflin), of killing their cousin while the two were vacationing together. Watch it here.

Who can deny the genius of Jennifer Lawrence? Even she may need a reality check after admitting her natural drawl is all a figment of her imagination. Watch it here.

Who said zombies can’t be good? The latest adaptation of Michael Parfit’s novel, “Insidious: Chapter 4,” follows a medium (Lin Shaye) who investigates a poltergeist situation with her young niece (Sara Sampson). Watch it here.

“Dark Horse” tells the story of a young woman who tries to buy a horse at auction who is named after the town’s two favorite tequila brands. When the horse is sent for testing, more than just itself becomes its victim. Watch it here.

He finally got his wish and became a wanted man after he had grown frustrated with politics and the justice system in “District 9.” Watch it here.

Besides being just as tense as “Get Out,” “Creature” was a surprise hit during awards season. The film follows a team of investigators as they face their biggest fight yet after capturing a creature just as the powers that be put them on notice. Watch it here.

“The Fate of the Furious” started things off strong for the the first six films in the franchise, but, by the end of the credits, things were not looking good for the family that saved the world. Watch it here.

Which is your favorite film on our list? Be sure to let us know in the comments!

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