Here's Everything Leaving Netflix In October

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Get your tissue box. Cue up the Boyz II Men. Light some candles. It's time to bid adieu to some of the TV shows and movies that have brought you so much joy on Netflix. We're gathered here today to bring you the sad news of the dearly beloved titles soon to be departing the 'flix throughout October. Do you have your coping materials at the ready? Great, let's take a quick perusal through just a few pop culture touchstones about to leave us forever.

The vampires may be eternal, but Twilight (2008), it turns out, is not. The saga that spawned several sequels' time on Netflix is short-lived, much like RPattz and KStew's relationship (too soon?). It leaves October 1. You have but a few short days to hear Edward Cullen deliver romantic lines such as, "You're like my own personal brand of heroin," to Bella. Swoon, am I right?

Also well worth checking out before it heads off into the ether? (Sidenote: Where do Netflix movies go when they disappear? #showerthoughts) Chico & Rita (2010), a beautifully animated love story set against the backdrop of the jazz scene in 1940s Cuba.

Keep reading to see what else you need to watch before it disappears from Netflix forever in October. Get binging, friends.
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A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
Freddy Krueger haunts Elm Street and your dreams.

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American Masters: Billie Jean King (2013)
PBS’ Emmy-winning documentary series goes in depth for the 40th anniversary of tennis’ famed battle of the sexes, which matched Billie Jean King against Bobby Riggs.

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Analyze That (2002)
As a mob boss (Robert De Niro) prepares to leave prison, he starts exhibiting signs of insanity. He’s assigned to the care of a psychiatrist (Billy Crystal), who finds himself caught in a turf battle.

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Analyze This (1999)
The precursor to Analyze That, in which said mob boss and shrink begin their odd coupledom.

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Angela’s Ashes (1999)
The film adaptation of Frank McCourt’s poignant memoir about his childhood in Ireland.

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Annie Hall (1977)
If you haven’t seen this classic by now, what are you waiting for? Annie Hall’s (Diane Keaton) style alone is well worth your time.

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Baby’s Day Out (1994)
Three con men (Joe Mantegna, Joe Pantoliano, Brian Haley) kidnap a rich toddler, planning to hold him ransom, but ultimately find their scheme to be more trouble than it’s worth.

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Bandits (2001)
Two bank robbers (Bruce Willis and Billy Bob Thornton) escape from an Oregon prison, planning a series of heists to make their way south to Mexico. Things get complicated when they both fall in love with a woman (Cate Blanchett) they meet along the way.

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Barnyard (2006)
You ain’t never seen barnyard craziness like this before, trust. (Note: This is an animated children’s movie.)

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Beyond Borders (2003)
In this film inspired by Angelina Jolie’s real-life humanitarian efforts, the actress plays a married American socialite who travels to Ethiopia with humanitarian Dr. Nick Callahan (Clive Owen) to work in refugee camps.

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Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern Collection (2010)
Andrew Zimmern eats bizarre foods. The title really sums up what you’re signing up for here.

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Buying & Selling: Season 1-2 (2013)
Property Brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott help owners sell their homes and buy new ones. Again, the title is pretty much self-explanatory.

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Caprica: Season 1 (2009)
The prequel to Battlestar Galactica (2004-2009) shows how the Cylons were created.

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Charlie Bartlett (2007)
Anton Yelchin plays the charismatic but somewhat awkward titular character, who pretends to be a psychiatrist to make friends at his private school.

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Clockstoppers (2002)
A teenager (Jesse Bradford) is zapped by a machine that gives him the ability to move super quickly, making it seem like he’s stopped time. For some reason, he wants to get rid of this power. Think of the Netflix bingeing opportunities, dude!

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Cold Mountain (2003)
A Civil War soldier (Jude Law) struggles to make it home to his long-lost love (Nicole Kidman), who’s trying to defend her dead father’s homestead.

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Days of Heaven (1978)
A steelworker (Richard Gere) accidentally kills his boss (Stuart Margolin) and flees with his girlfriend (Brooke Adams) to Texas.

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Dead Man Walking (1995)
A death-row inmate nearing his execution (Sean Penn) seeks the help of Sister Helen Prejean (Susan Sarandon) for an appeal.

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Destination Truth: Season 4 (2010)
Host Josh Gates investigates mysteries of the supernatural variety in exotic locales.

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Domestic Disturbance (2001)
When his son (Matt O’Leary) claims that his new step-father (Vince Vaughn) is not who he says he is — and is also a murderer — Frank (John Travolta) must convince his ex-wife (Teri Polo) of the truth.

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Down to Earth (2001)
After stand-up comedian Lance Barton (Chris Rock) is mistakenly taken to heaven by a guardian angel, he’s sent back to Earth in the body of a rich white man.

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Ella Enchanted (2004)
Cursed at birth by a fairy godmother (Vivica A. Fox) who thought she was bestowing her charge with the gift of obedience, Ella (Anne Hathaway) sets off on a quest to have the curse lifted.

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Hawaii Five-O: Season 11-12 (1968)
Book ‘em, Danno.

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Hotel Impossible: Season 1-2 (2013)
Hotel fixer Anthony Melchiorri tries to turn around struggling accommodations.

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Interview with the Vampire (1994)
Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt as sexy vampires, need we say more?

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Kangaroo Jack (2003)
Two friends (Jerry O’Connell and Anthony Anderson) are sent to Australia to deliver $50,000 to the mob, but wind up chasing a runaway kangaroo who somehow gets ahold of the money. This is a real movie.

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L!fe Happens (2011)
When Kim (Krysten Ritter) gets pregnant after a one-night stand, she decides to raise her son Max with the help of her roommates, Deena (Kate Bosworth) and Laura (Rachel Bilson), in their house in L.A.’s Silver Lake neighborhood.

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L’Auberge Espagnole (2002)
French exchange student Xavier (Romain Duris) has a life-changing experience when he studies abroad in Barcelona.

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Maverick (1994)
In the film adaptation of the popular TV show, Mel Gibson steps into the role of the title cardsharp.

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Nature: Ireland’s Wild River (2014)
Spend a year on Ireland’s longest river, the Shannon.

Nature: Leave It to Beavers (2014)
The world’s best dam builders (and also, best damn builders) do their thing on camera.

Nature: Love in the Animal Kingdom (2013)
Finally, The Bloodhound Gang’s “The Bad Touch” in nature-documentary format.

Nature: My Bionic Pet (2014)
Watch how scientists use prosthetics to help injured animals walk, fly, run, trot, and jump again.

Nature: Parrot Confidential (2013)
If you’ve ever wanted an entire special about the care, keeping, and conservation of parrots, you are IN LUCK, friends.

Nature: Saving Otter 501 (2013)
The Monterey Bay Aquarium documents its 501st attempt to save a stranded orphan otter and release her into the wild.

Nature: Snow Monkeys (2014)
Watch a troop of snow monkeys living in Japan’s Shiga Highlands form an orderly society with a complex hierarchy.

Nature: Touching the Wild: Living with the Mule Deer of Deadman Gulch (2014)
This sounds very specific. It is.

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Off Limits: Collection 1-2 (2011)
Explorer Don Wildman journeys to the far reaches of America to find secrets from the past.

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Pee-wee’s Big Adventure (1985)
Pee-wee Herman’s bike is stolen. Large Marge and clowns give children nightmares.

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Plankton Invasion (2012)
The Tentacle Trio head up Operation Global Warming in this children’s show that seems like it’s supposed to be a teaching moment…

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Restaurant: Impossible Collection (2012)
Chef Robert Irvine uses $10,000 to completely make over restaurants that seem beyond hope.

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Rob Roy (1995)
Scottish highlander Rob Roy (Liam Neeson) borrows money to buy cattle in hopes of boosting his small town’s economy, but the cash is stolen by a British aristocrat.

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Romeo + Juliet (1996)
Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes play the star-crossed lovers in Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation of Shakespeare’s famous tale.

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Saturday Night Live: The 2010s: Season 37 (2012)
With cast favorites including Kristen Wiig, Jason Sudeikis, Seth Meyers, Andy Samberg, and Fred Armisen. Oooh-wee.

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Sid the Science Kid: Season 1 (2008)
Sid helps kids learn about science.

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The Beautician and the Beast (1997)
A hairstylist from Queens (Fran Drescher) goes over the bridge from Flushing to the Sheffield’s door to an Eastern European country to tutor a dictator’s three children.

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The Big Lebowski (1998)
Don’t roll on Shabbos.

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The Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course (2002)
Steve Irwin and his wife are involved in a huge mix-up while trying to save a crocodile from poachers.

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The Dead Files: Season 1-2 (2012)
A retired homicide detective (Steve Di Schiavi) and a psychic (Amy Allan) team up to explain paranormal activity in various locales across the United States.

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The Devil’s Rejects (2005)
The sequel to Rob Zombie’s House of 1,000 Corpses (2003) finds a Texas sheriff (William Forsythe) seeking revenge.

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The Exorcist (1973)
Two priests (Max von Sydow and Jason Miller) try to eject a demon in possession of a young girl (Linda Blair).

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The Hunt for Red October (1989)
A rogue Soviet nuclear submarine en route to U.S. waters might not be the enemy.

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The Phantom of the Opera (1989)
Do not stand under or swing from the chandelier, no matter what Sia tells you.

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The Pioneer Woman: Collection 1 (2012)
Ree Drummond makes really, really delectable-looking food.

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The Producers (1968)
A producer (Zero Mostel) and his accountant (Gene Wilder) come up with a scheme to create a Broadway flop called Springtime for Hitler that will make them loads of cash.

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The Scorpion King 3: Battle for Redemption (2011)
Did you know there was a third movie in The Scorpion King franchise? This is it.

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This Is Spinal Tap (1984)
This cult classic is a must-see for music lovers.

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Twilight (2008)
Vampires may be forever, but Twilight’s time on Netflix is fleeting.

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Twins (1998)
On his 35th birthday, Julius (Arnold Schwarzenegger) learns that he has a twin brother named Vincent (Danny DeVito). He sets out to meet his long-lost sibling, but the two are very different.

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Windtalkers (2002)
During World War II, a Marine (Nicolas Cage) protects a Navajo “windtalker” (Adam Beach) employed to relay messages.

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You Got Served (2004)
When their dance crew’s reputation is challenged, two best friends (Omarion Grandberry and Marques Houston) agree to a dance battle, lest they get served. You do not want to get served.

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Wolverine and the X-Men: Season 1 (2009)
This animated series reunites the X-Men to do battle against their foes.

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Alpha and Omega 2: A Howl-iday Adventure (2013)
Humphrey and Kate, a wolf couple, must track down one of their missing cubs.

Alpha and Omega 3: The Great Wolf Games (2014)
A motley crew of underdogs must band together to compete when the alpha wolves are taken out of play.

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Snoop Dogg Presents: The Bad Girls of Comedy (2012)
Snoop Dogg curates a stand-up showcase featuring funny women.

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Crank (2006)
A hit man (Jason Statham) has to keep his adrenaline pumping while he searches for an antidote to the poison that’s put him in this weird situation that could only exist in a Jason Statham movie.

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Bratz Kidz: Fairy Tales (2007)
Unclear why this one's not Fairy Talez.

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Good Luck Chuck (2007)
Every time Chuck (Dane Cook) breaks up with a girlfriend, she gets engaged. Women catch wind of this and start dating Chuck just to meet the man of their dreams.

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Pinky Dinky Doo: Season 1 (2008)
Pinky and her brother Tyler make up stories and use their imaginations to answer life’s mysteries.

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Play with Me Sesame: Season 1 (2002)
This interactive show allows kids to play games with Ernie, Bert, and Grover.

Sesame Street: Animals and Nature: Season 1 (2010)
Elmo and his friends meet all sorts of fun animals.

Sesame Street: Classics: Vol. 1-2 (2012)
Watch classic moments from the beloved children’s show where it’s all sunny days, chasing the clouds away.

Sesame Street: Cookie and Friends: Season 1 (2011)
Cookie Monster and his friends learn about concepts like friendship, patience, and more — while enjoying cookies, obviously.

Sesame Street: Creativity and Imagination: Season 1 (2011)
Elmo and pals help kids learn to use their imaginations and think creatively.

Sesame Street: Everyday Moments: Season 1 (2011)
The gang from the Street learn skills that can help them every day.

Sesame Street: Music and Dance: Season 1 (2013)
Dance to the music with your pals from Sesame Street.

Sesame Street: Numbers and Letters: Season 1 (2013)
Count with The Count!

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Brüno (2009)
Brüno travels to America to stir up some shit.

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Chico & Rita (2010)
This gorgeous animated love story is set against the backdrop of the jazz music scene in 1940s Cuba.

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Freelancers (2012)
After his father dies on duty, Jonas Maldonado (50 Cent) joins the NYPD and teams up with some rogue cops.

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Machine Gun Preacher (2011)
Former drug dealer Sam Childers (Gerard Butler) rededicates his life to helping child soldiers in the Sudan. Based on a true story.

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Nanny 911: Season 1 (2006)
British nannies try to get wayward American children to fall in line, even though their ancestors couldn’t do it with the colonies back in 1776. Sick colonial burn.

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Bratz: Genie Magic (2006)
The Bratz girls meet a genie! We know how this goes...

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Alexandria (2010)
Explore the world’s first global cultural center in Egypt.

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America’s Sweethearts (2001)
An estranged movie-star couple (Catherine Zeta-Jones and John Cusack) has to kiss and make up for the cameras at a press junket to promote their final joint movie.

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Life in Our Universe: Season 1 (2013)
Astrophysicist Dr. Laird Close guides viewers through the cosmos and searches for extraterrestrial life.

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Braxton Family Values: Season 3 (2014)
Toni, Traci, Towanda, Trina, and Tamar Braxton open up their lives to cameras on this family reality show.

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