It's Friday the 13th, so horror fans will unsurprisingly be able to get their fix this weekend with Insidious: Chapter 2. But what about everyone else? Let’s take a look at some of the latest trailers to find out what's on the way.

The Double

Jesse Eisenberg starts in director Richard Ayoade's adaptation of the Dostoevsky classic. Simon is a meek worker eeking out a meager existence, which a new hire joins his company — one that looks, talks, and acts exactly like he does. Does it look strange? Beautiful? Fascinating? Yes to all three, and we can't wait to see it.

Escape From Tomorrow

One of the movies that garnered attention at this year's Sundance Film Festival was Escape From Tomorrow. An exercise in guerrilla filmmaking, much of it was shot inside Disneyland and Disney World without permission. You'll get a chance to see the results yourself when it hits theaters and VOD this October.

August: Osage County

I know what you're thinking: Benedict Cumberbatch hasn't been in nearly enough projects lately. Fortunately he's part of the big-name ensemble in this adaptation of the Tracy Letts play. Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts, Ewan McGregor and Sam Shepard are just a few of the other names you'll see when the movie arrives later this year — just in time for Oscar season.

Homefront

James Franco has done such a good job at ingratiating himself to audiences that it's hard to buy him as a meth-cooking menace at first. But then Jason Statham gets all Transporter on everybody and you realize that doesn't really matter in the slightest. Gary Fleder (Kiss the Girls) directs from a script by none other than Sylvester Stallone.