Fargo Flicks: Spooky Season Screentime

Along with chilled winds and pumpkin spice, a whole new batch of movies are coming out to thrill theatergoers.

Ranging from heart achingly emotional to intensely thrilling, escape the bitter weather and enjoy one of these movies.

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Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford star in ‘Blade Runner 2049,’ a sequel to the ’80s sci-fi classic, hitting theaters Oct. 6.

‘Blade Runner 2049’
Oct. 6

Ryan Gosling and Harrison Ford star in this sequel of the beloved ’80s classic, based on the novel “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?” by Philip K. Dick.

Jared Leto and Robin Wright also star in this big-budget flick, bringing even more A-list stars to this movie.

The film follows a young blade runner (Gosling), as he uncovers a dark secret about the world around him. This secret leads him to track down a former blade runner (Ford) who has been out of the game for a long time.

Action fans and long-time groupies alike should be sure to line up at the theater when this film is released this Friday.

‘The Mountain Between Us’
Oct. 6

Romance meets wilderness survival in this movie about an unfortunate plane crash that leaves two people stranded on a freezing mountain.

Kate Winslet and Idris Elba star as two strangers who get stranded in the cold wilderness together after they survive a plane crash. This film has two of Hollywood’s best actors, giving the two a chance to shine and deliver great performances.

‘Marshall’
Oct. 13

Thurgood Marshall, the first black justice on the United States Supreme Court, was a boundary-pushing lawyer who advocated for several causes. This movie, a dramatic biopic, follows Marshall as he argues a case early in his career.

Starring Chadwick Boseman, Josh Gad and Kate Hudson, this film is sure to be interesting even for those who don’t typically enjoy historical films.

‘All I See Is You’
Oct. 27

Blake Lively stars in this film about a woman who regains her sight after being blind for several years. While regaining her sight is first seen as a joyous occasion, a rift begins forming between Lively and her husband (Jason Clarke).

This won’t be a straightforward emotional relationship drama. With thrilling elements sprinkled throughout and Lively acting her heart out, this is a movie that pushes past plots we’ve seen time and time again.

‘The Killing of a Sacred Deer’
Oct. 27

Everything in Dr. Steven Murphy’s (played by Colin Farrell) life is idyllic and perfect. As a renowned cardiovascular surgeon with a happy wife (Nichole Kidman) and two children, it’s hard to see how anything could go wrong.

Unfortunately, Martin (Barry Keoghan), a teen with no father, lurks at the edges of Dr. Murphy’s life and soon integrates himself in unsettling ways.

From the same director of the unsettling “The Lobster,” this psychological thriller, pushes its characters over the edge, making for a memorable movie experience.

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