Here's Everything Leaving Netflix In October

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Netflix, we have a bone to pick with you. Once again, you are yanking some of our favorites from our queues. It's hard to wrap our heads around it, but yes, it's that dreaded time when we have to say goodbye to some top-notch movies and shows. Even though it happens every month, it doesn't get any easier.

If, like us, you were planning on holding a scary-movie marathon, you better act fast. Halloween-friendly thrillers (Insomnia, Devil) and frightening flicks (The Exorcist, Estranged) will be gone by mid-October.

Of course, there are some funny flicks we have to say farewell to as well, like Beverly Hills Cop II and Mr. Deeds. All in all, this roster is full of cinematic gems, so cancel your weekend plans, pop a bag of popcorn, and start catching up. That's what we'll be doing. Happy binging!
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10.0 Earthquake (2014)
An earthquake is about to hit Los Angeles, and the danger is palpable.

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Back To The Future (1985)
Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd are perfect as an unlikely team in this ‘80s classic.

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Back To The Future Part II (1989)
The guys are back and they’re better! This time Marty McFly (Fox) must save his future son and take down his own archnemesis.

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Back To The Future Part III (1990)
Oh, you thought we were done? Nope. In the final film, Marty McFly is going back in time to save Doc Brown (Lloyd).

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Beverly Hills Cop II (1987)
Eddie Murphy plays a cop from Detroit who heads back to Los Angeles to crack the "alphabet crimes."

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Congo (1995)
In the heart of the Congo, things are not what they seem.

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Deep Impact (1998)
A journalist discovers that a comet is going to hit and destroy Earth. Can a team of astronauts save all of humanity?

Leaving October 1
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Erin Brockovich (2000)
Julia Roberts stars in this true story about one woman’s impressive takedown of a power company that’s poisoning her community’s water supply.

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The Exorcist (1973)
This classic horror flick is so disturbing that audience members apparently threw up in theaters. It’s also one of the highest-profiting scary movies ever made.

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Heroes: Season 1­-4 (2006)
What would you do if you suddenly realized you had superpowers? Become a hero, of course.

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Honey (2003)
Jessica Alba is Honey, a dancer with a big heart and tiny crop tops.

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Honey 2 (2011)
Fresh out of juvey, a young woman tries to focus her energy on dance to stay out of trouble.

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Insomnia (2002)
This psychological thriller has a dark twist, even though it takes place in a part of Alaska plagued by daylight and sleepless nights.

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Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (2001)
Everyone’s favorite big-headed genius in movie form.

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Mr. Deeds (2002)
Adam Sandler plays Longfellow Deeds, who is suddenly thrust into the world of extreme wealth. He fares quite well.

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My Girl (1991)
Heartbreak has never looked so sweet.

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Nick Of Time (1995)
A father has only one bleak choice when it comes to saving his daughter’s life — kill the state governor.

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The Phantom (1996)
A movie about a lesser-known superhero, the purple-suited Phantom.

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Psych: Seasons 1-­8 (2006)
A fake psychic and his best friend offer to help out local law enforcement.

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The Running Man (1987)
In 2019 (the now not-so-distant future), prisoners must run to freedom or suffer a brutal death.

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Saturday Night Live: The 2010s, Season 38 (2012)
Season 38 features the hilarious Vanessa Bayer, Seth Meyers, and Kenan Thompson. Watch for the lawls.

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Timeline (2003)
A wormhole sends a scientist back in time, forcing his son to go back as well to retrieve him.

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Uncommon Valor (1983)
A retired officer goes to Laos to save his son, a prisoner of the war there.

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The Warriors (1979)
This cult classic centers on a street gang war that traverses the whole of New York City.

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The Big Green (1995)
A new teacher brings hope and liveliness to her students' dull days by teaching them to play soccer.

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Ivan The Incredible (2013)
One boy’s life is turned around when everything finally goes his way for one day.

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Devil (2010)
What would you do if you were stuck on an elevator with the devil himself?

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Estranged (2015)
A young woman, confined to a wheelchair and suffering from amnesia, must figure out what’s wrong with her family.

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Marvel's Avengers Assemble: Season 2 (2015)
Marvel adventures on the small screen.

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The Taking Of Deborah Logan (2014)
An Alzheimer’s patient starts showing signs of demonic possession.

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Redemption (2013)
Jason Statham in the most Jason Statham movie, ever.

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The Interview (2014)
One of the most controversial movies of 2014, starring James Franco and Seth Rogen.

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The Many Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh (1977)
An adorable tale centered on everyone’s favorite bear.

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The Truman Show (1998)
What is real when everything’s fake? This movie takes on a whole new meaning in our reality-TV-obsessed world.

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