Quick looks at additional films in theaters this October

By Lindsey Bahr
August 15, 2014 at 04:00 AM EDT

The Good Lie
In this fact-based drama, a no-nonsense single woman (Reese Witherspoon) helps four Sudanese refugees start over in the U.S. 10/3

Left Behind
There’s no good place to be during the Rapture, but Nicolas Cage has the misfortune of piloting a jumbo jet when most of humanity vanishes. 10/3

Dreamgirls‘ Sharon Leal flirts with disaster when she starts a steamy affair with a hunky artist (William Levy). 10/10

One Chance
The true story of amateur opera singer Paul Potts’ (James Corden) ascent from obscurity to Britain’s Got Talent champion. 10/10

You’re Not You
A terminally ill woman (Hilary Swank) bonds with the aimless college student (Emmy Rossum) she hires to be her caretaker. 10/10

The Best of Me
James Marsden and Michelle Monaghan rekindle their teenage romance 20 years later in a Nicholas Sparks adaptation that’s totally not The Notebook. 10/17

The Book of Life
Diego Luna and Channing Tatum fight for Zoe Saldana’s affections in an animated confection produced by Guillermo del Toro. 10/17

Dracula Untold
Even Dracula has an origin story. Turns out the demon of the night (The Hobbit‘s Luke Evans) was once just a family man looking to protect his clan from Mehmed the Conquerer. 10/17

Listen Up Philip
A darkly comic tale of a narcissistic jerk of a writer (Jason Schwartzman) searching for some peace. 10/17

Jake Gyllenhaal plays a loner who explores the seedy side of L.A. as a freelance videographer chasing crime stories for local TV newscasts. 10/17

William H. Macy’s feature directorial debut follows an ad exec (Billy Crudup) who discovers his late son’s demos and lyrics, and then forms a band. 10/17

Force Majeure
In a Cannes Film Festival favorite, a terrifying avalanche takes an emotional toll on a vacationing Swedish family. 10/24

Low Down
A biopic of jazz pianist and addict Joe Albany (John Hawkes) through the lens of his daughter, Amy-Jo (Elle Fanning). 10/24

A group of teens get in over their heads when they unlock the demons in the ”spirit board” while trying to contact a recently deceased friend. 10/24

Ig Perrish (Daniel Radcliffe) wakes up to find that he’s grown horns that also give him the power to compel strangers to reveal all their secrets. This comes in handy when Ig wants to learn who murdered his girlfriend. 10/31