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  • The Night of the Hunter

    The Night of the Hunter


    "It's a hard world for little things."

    A Southern Gothic fairy tale that blends biblical themes with classic folklore. One of the most beautiful, striking films put to celluloid. The scariest movie monster of all time. Its hard to articulate much about a film whose greatness is self-evident.

  • Bo Burnham: Inside

    Bo Burnham: Inside


    Frighteningly frank, shockingly funny, inventively intimate, and a jaw-dropping one-man show chronicling the struggles of creatives during COVID lockdown - especially the feelings of having made valuable progress with your mental health and goals only to have the ground beneath you disappear. It's a harder watch than you might be expecting, but it's immensely rewarding.

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  • If Beale Street Could Talk

    If Beale Street Could Talk


    Someone needs to apprehend Barry Jenkins. He has fully weaponized the close-up and is going to emotionally destroy everyone with it if he is not stopped now.

  • Upstream Color

    Upstream Color


    Every now and then, a single film comes along that completely changes the way everyone makes films. In 1967, Bonnie and Clyde represented a film made by film nerds who studied and appreciated the obscure art cinema and inspired an entire artistic revolution. In 1975, Jaws became the first blockbuster, ushering in a new kind of big budget filmmaking and entertainment. In 1993, Pulp Fiction popularized the ensemble, nonlinear, dialogue-driven films. In 2000, X-Men premiered as one of the first…