Movies to See in Theaters!

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It (Rated R)*: With Halloween right around the corner, be sure to see this new horror film if you’re looking for a scare to start off your weekend. It revolves around the lives of a group of seven young teens as they begin the fight to overcome their own fears in order to defeat the murderous clown known as Pennywise. Pennywise is known to emerge from the sewers every 27 years to prey on innocent children and now this group of teens must band together to put an end to the killings. If you’re into horror films that feature scary clowns and frightened teens, this might be the film for you!

Dunkirk (Rated PG-13): Although this film has been out since the summer, Dunkirk is a must-see for anyone looking for action plus a little hint of an exciting celebrity appearance. Featuring the well-known Harry Styles, Dunkirk tells the astonishing true story of when Germany invaded France during World War II and how the Allies successfully accomplished their mission so safely evacuate over 300,000 Allied troops from the beaches of Dunkirk. If you’re looking for an exciting action film, or if you just want to see the film one more time before it leaves theaters, go see Dunkirk before it’s out of theaters!

Annabelle: Creation (Rated R)*: Yet another thriller film has come to theaters to prepare for the Halloween season. Annabelle: Creation is the second in the series of Annabelle thriller films. This story focuses on a nun and six orphans that stay at the home of a toy maker whose daughter, Annabelle, tragically died in a car accident many years ago. When one of the children enters a forbidden room, she finds a doll that seems to have a mind of its own. Knowing the usual plot of a horror film, we can understand that bad things aren’t far behind… Since Halloween is coming up, you might be on the hunt for a thrilling new horror film, and if so, this would be the film for you!

**The Motion Picture Association of America states that movies rated R requite the parent accompaniment for children under the age of 17.

By: Hannah Gorski

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