September 2017 is coming in hot with some major films for fans of all genres. There are so many great Movie releases that "Battle of the Sexes," a biographical sports movie starring Emma Stone and Steve Carell, only makes the list of honorable mentions. In another month, that movie could've been one of the top two or even the number one coming attraction. So what does crack the top four? Glad you asked.

4. 'IT'

Some people - present company included - will not see any horror film. The fact that the trailer for the latest Stephen King adaptation makes people get up and leave their seats is emblematic of the fact that the director is doing something right, though.

Most people are just excited never to have seen any ads for the movie again - too bad a sequel is already planned. "IT" will make coulrophobia (the fear of clowns) trendy again on September 8, 2017.

3. 'The LEGO Ninjago Movie'

Yes, it's an animated movie. No, that doesn't mean it should be disqualified from any lists of anticipation for next month. The first two LEGO films infused a world of childish toys with the sensibilities and humor of very adult topics. Without a doubt, this film will do the same. In a month where many comedies appear to be of the sappy variety, "The LEGO Ninjago Movie" may be the most uproarious film of the month. The pieces will assemble on September 22, 2017.

2. 'Kingsman: The Golden Circle'

The first film in this franchise - released back in 2014 - drew universal acclaim, proving a refreshing take on an action spy genre that appeared to be growing stale. The sequel has a whole new host of characters but promises to carry itself with the same flair and charisma, with the star of Taron Egerton only growing by the day.

One only hopes that the star-studded cast - including Julianne Moore, Colin Firth, Halle Berry, Jeff Bridges, Channing Tatum - doesn't crush the charm. Be on the look out for this movie to sabotage your life on September 22, 2017.

1. 'Mother!'

Different kind of horror than "IT," as "mother!" is more of a psychological horror/thriller.

Jennifer Lawrence stars, Javier Bardem, does too, Kristen Wiig appears, Darren Aronofsky directs - it seems like the kind of movie that is built to make appearances on film festival circuits and become the darling of award show voters in a few months. A young couple is going to have their lives thrown upside down in this film, and we will too as soon as September 15, 2017.