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Trailers For All of This Week’s Releases: Desperation Edition

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The characters of this week’s releases are at the end of their ropes. That might even be literal for Robert Redford’s character in All Is Lost unless sailors have a different word for “rope.” And they probably do.

Some of the film figures of the week are covered in blood, some have been kidnapped into slavery, some have been falsely imprisoned, some are fighting the system, and some are losing the battle against it.

Desperation seems like a common theme. Of course, it’s October, so “ghosts” are another big one. And who’s more desperate than they are?

There’s also a lot more going on in a week with a massive amount of movies. Here’s your trailer-ized guide to what’s coming out:

The Major Names

12 Years A Slave

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And our interview with Sarah Paulson

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Escape Plan

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 The Fifth Estate

Read our review

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All Is Lost

Read our review

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Kill Your Darlings

Opens Wednesday

Read our review

And listen to our interview with Daniel Radcliffe

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The Specialty Stuff

2 Jacks

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Adventures in the Sin Bin

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American Promise

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Beyond the Farthest Star

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Big Ass Spider!

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Birth of the Living Dead

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Boss

Opens Wednesday

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Boyband

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Bridegroom

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Chinese Zodiac (CZ12)

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Fighting For Freedom

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Haunter

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Hellbenders

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The Human Scale

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I’m In Love With a Church Girl

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Paradise

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The Snitch Cartel

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Torn

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And if you’re worried about going outside, Rob has you covered on DVD and Blu-ray.

A veteran of writing about movies for nearly a decade, Scott Beggs has been the Managing Editor of Film School Rejects since 2009. Despite speculation, he is not actually Walter Mathau's grandson. See? He can't even spell his name right.

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