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Listen: The Early Buzz on 'Gravity,' 'Dallas Buyers Club,' '12 Years a Slave' and 'August: Osage County'

It's been a huge year for movies at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival, with several upcoming films (and potential Oscar contenders) making their grand debut on one of the year's biggest international stages. We're talking Gravity, Dallas Buyers Club, 12 Years a Slave, August: Osage County, Labor Day and so many more. So which films have pushed themselves ahead of the Oscar pack? Will Gravity really go down as this year's most visceral moviegoing experience? Is August: Osage County the most dysfunctional family drama ever made? And why are people having such a rough time watching 12 Years a Slave?

On these special episodes of the Fancast podcast, our own Erik Davis and Sean O'Connell attempt to answer all of your questions regarding some of this year's most talked-about films. As always, thanks so much for listening and please feel free to chime in with your thoughts below.

Is August: Osage County the One to Beat for Oscar's Best Picture?

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Here Are Our First Thoughts on Gravity, Dallas Buyers Club and 12 Years a Slave

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