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‘The Void’

This innovative horror film did not get nearly enough buzz during its release, but it’s sure to find life after death with you refined cord-cutters. Essentially a love letter to the incredibly-executed endeavors of John CarpenterThe Void depicts a terrifying sequence of events in a barebones hospital as each of the individuals present become increasingly insane (and are stalked by creepy, knife-wielding cult members!). Their determined leader, a cop named Carter, tries to get to the bottom of things, and instead finds a gateway to evil in the basement of the building. Filled with the gory body horror and creature feature conventions genre fans know and love, The Void earns its place among the ranks of the best horror flicks of the last ten years.

Photo: Screen Media Films

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‘Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Story of the National Lampoon’

You don't need to be a longtime fan of the legendary National Lampoon magazine to enjoy the riveting documentary Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead. This spirited behind-the-scenes look at the fabled institution is a must-stream for comedy fans as it delves into the brand responsible for Animal House, Caddyshack, and National Lampoon's Vacation. Drunk... Read more

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‘Green Acres’

We're living in bizarre times–and that's "bizarre" in a bad way. If you want to destress and get away from it all, take a trip to the delightfully bizarre Hooterville by watching the classic sitcom Green Acres. Just how bizarre is Hooterville? Telephones sit atop telephone poles, monkey racing is a popular sport, and pigs are treated as... Read more

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‘Miracle Mile’

What would you do if you found out the city you’re currently in will be destroyed by a nuclear bomb in 70 minutes? What if you just met the love of your life in said city on the previous day? That’s what happens to Harry Washello (Anthony Edwards), a jazz musician who just happens to be in Los Angeles for a gig when the Soviets declare war.... Read more