In this Japanese thriller, a widower schemes to find love but finds his dream woman to be a hellish nightmare. Director Takashi Miike’s film starts off feeling like a heartwarming romantic comedy before descending into grisly and terrifying chaos.

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The coolest Catholic school coven is back at Row House because high school drama is so much better when there are powerful teen witches involved. We love this fun, spooky, out-of-control 90s teen horror drama too much not to show it at least a few times this Halloween! 

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In 1994, a closeted teen struggles to part ways with his four high school drama friends at their final murder mystery party before they leave for college.

Jonathan Wysocki’s nostalgic, funny debut feature Dramarama is a poignant love letter to drama nerds, late bloomers, and the intense friendships that mark our youth

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Spike Lee’s iconic film tackles the bleak everyday nuances of race in America with a masterful blend of humor, style, and wit. Questions about policing, economic discrimination, and human empathy all swirl around a little pizza shop in Brooklyn over the course of a day marked by tragedy.

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Sidney Lumet directed this Al Pacino classic saga in which a bank heist goes wrong and devolves into a hostage situation with a media circus as the robber’s motives are slowly revealed. Based on a real would-be Brooklyn robbery.

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What do a young, pessimistic teen and a free-spirited 80-year-old woman have in common? Not much, but that doesn’t matter in this quirky film about the deep and enduring friendship between Harold and Maude — the all time greatest BFFs of ’70s cinema.

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Helsinki, 1945. The end of the war brings a new sense of artistic and social freedom for painter Tove Jansson. While focusing her artistic dreams on painting, the enchanting tales of the ‘Moomin’ creatures she told to scared children in bomb shelters, rapidly take on a life of their own, bringing international fame.

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Sweet Thing centers around the lives of two children in contemporary New Bedford, Massachusetts in particular one eventful summer spent in a beach house with their mother and her boyfriend. The story is an intense but ultimately uplifting, poetic rendering of childhood that captures the essence of that time in life when a day can last forever. The friendships, loyalties, and challenges of adolescent youth propel the story into a triumph of childhood hope and resilience.

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A teen raised in the Netherlands by her single mother travels to their native Bosnia to visit the father who left them, as he’s been admitted to a rural hospital. Joined by her cousin and his best friend, they hit the road.

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