While the rest of us sit at home and wait for the latest trailers and reviews to give us a glimpse of what’s new in the film world, some of the luckier critics were able to flock to Canada for the Toronto International Film Festival. Now that the festival has closed, here are five oft-talked about flicks that you should definitely look out for in a theater near you in the coming months.

Alfonso Cuarón’s sci-fi thriller Gravity has been hailed as a technical masterpiece. Sandra Bullock and George Clooney play astronauts attempting to fix a satellite high above Earth, who are cut off from all contact and more terrifyingly, their shuttle itself, when it is demolished by a cloud of debris from another exploded satellite. What happens next is a disturbing and heart-pounding thriller that unfolds as the duo hurtles through space, completely and utterly alone.

The Double
Based on a Dostoyevsky novella of the same name, The Double gives us twice the Jesse Eisenberg for the price of one movie ticket. Eisenberg stars as an unassuming man named Simon James who is very unremarkable in every way. But when he discovers a confident and loud doppelganger named James Simon start doing all the things he never imagined, it warps everything he’s ever known about his life.

Philomena is the gut-wrenching story of an elderly woman (Judi Dench) searching for the son she was forced to give up as a young woman living in a convent. To find him, she enlists the help of a famous journalist (Steve Coogan), who’s also looking for his own second chance. Their unlikely friendship takes them overseas to America as he films their journey in the hopes it will get her story heard.

August: Osage County
August: Osage County is the adaptation of Tracy Letts’ Pulitzer Prize-winning play about the sprawling (and cranky) Weston family, brought together under one roof for the funeral of their patriarch. Like any family, tensions run high when stuck together for an extended period of time, but unlike anyone else, this family is made up of Oscar winners and nominees like Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts and Chris Cooper.

Under the Skin
In the remote, lonely back roads of Scotland, a beautiful stranger (Scarlett Johansson) stalks unwitting men, prowling the streets and luring them in with her sexual allure. Jonathan Glazer’s Under the Skin is an arresting mystery that explores through vivid imagery (Glazer is known for directing music videos, and the influence shows) why this woman is so focused on destroying men. It turns out she might not even be so human after all.