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Blair Witch - Some 17 years after the found-footage horror film "The Blair Witch Project" freaked out moviegoers, it gets a direct sequel, telling the story of a group of college students who venture into the Black Hills Forest to investigate a certain supernatural legend.

It also brings my annual Fall Movie Preview, which you'll find below and which offers thumbnail sketches of all 73 films - by my count - scheduled to open in New Orleans between now and mid-November, all arranged by release date.

As has become tradition, it also includes seven "best bets," which shine a light on movies I'm particularly looking forward to. Life of Louis Drax - The bestselling novel by Liz Jensen gets a big-screen adaptation, a supernatural thriller about an investigation into the case a boy who suffers a tragic, near-fatal accident that might not have been an accident at all.

What they don't know, at least until it's too late, is that she's completely psycho.

Director Jon Cassar's film shot in New Orleans and Slidell in February 2015.

Our Little Sister - A Japanese drama that competed in 2015 for the Cannes Film Festival's Golden Palm, it tells the story of three sisters who attend their absentee father's funeral, where they connect with the 14-year-old half-sister they've never met.

Sully - Tom Hanks stars as US Airways pilot "Sully" Sullenberger, better known as the "Hero on the Hudson," in a drama about the fallout from his decision to land a full passenger plane in the Hudson River off Manhattan in 2009.

Operation Avalanche - Two CIA agents in 1969 become caught up in a plot to fake the moon landing in a found-footage thriller that received a largely positive reception upon premiering at January's Sundance Film Festival.

Snowden - Oliver Stone ("JFK") turns his lens once more to real-life drama, directing Joseph Gordon-Levitt in the story of NSA leaker Edward Snowden, who made reams of classified information public in an effort to shine a light on the U. government's growing domestic surveillance apparatus. The Hollars - Actor John Krasinski ("The Office") once more switches to the other side of the camera, this time to direct an ensemble comedy about a graphic novelist who returns home when his mother falls ill, only to find himself entangled in a string of small-town dramas he thought he had left behind.

Just remember, all release dates are subject to change, as studios always shuffle things around up to the last possible minute. The Light Between Oceans - Based on the novel of the same name, it's a historical romance billed as "a heart-breaking drama," which kind of goes without saying since "Blue Valentine" and "Place Beyond the Pines" director Derek Cianfrance is helming.

Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander star as a loving Australian couple whose prayers for a family are finally answered when a rowboat washes ashore with a dead man and a very live baby.

“They do have such a strong connection and understanding of each other so you will see them checking in with each other, underneath it all they still care about each other a lot.” Do you think Callie and Brandon should end up together?

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