Killers Of The Flower Moon
(Opens Friday, October 20)
Martin Scorsese’s 206-minute widescreen Western epic.
One And Done
(Siskel Film Center, starts September 29)
Another exceptional thematic series from the Film Center: great films by filmmakers who made only a single feature. With David Byrne’s “True Stories” (35mm); Leslie Harris’ “Just Another Girl On The I.R.T.”; Saul Bass’ “Phase IV”; Herk Harvey’s “Carnival Of Souls”; Barbara Loden’s “Wanda”; Jean Vigo’s wisp-dream of love, “L’Atalante”; and Charles Laughton’s ineffable lyrical nightmare, “Night Of The Hunter” (35mm).
Bride Of Music Box Of Horrors
(Music Box Theatre, starts October 1)
Thirty-one days of seasonally appropriate mayhem.
(Opens Friday, October 27)
David Fincher says Michael Fassbender’s nameless Smiths-adoring hitman is dressed to make you afraid of whoever’s behind you in line at Home Depot.
(Netflix, October 13)
Rian Johnson’s production concern dips into the erotic thriller genre with the Alden Ehrenreich-Phoebe Dynevor-starring Sundance drama in the estimable school of Adrian Lyne.