This new French body horror film follows woman with a metal plate in her head from a childhood car accident who embarks on a bizarre journey, bringing her into contact with a firefighter who’s reunited with his missing son after 10 years.

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Kurosawa’s Stray Dog plays like a Hollywood detective noir set in gritty post-war Tokyo.

Japanese cinema legend Toshiro Mifune gives a raw and magnetic performance as a young detective who loses his gun and tries to save face by tracking it down before reporting it stolen. His search leads him to the slums and criminal underbelly of the city, where a veteran detective helps him find it before it’s used in a violent crime.

With experimental shots and lingering scenes, this early Kurosawa hints at the master director that was to come.

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Kiyoshi Kurosawa breaks the mold of serial killer movies with an engrossing thriller that takes you inside the psyche of society.

When police uncover a series of murders, committed by different people using the same strange method, a gloomy detective takes on the descent into the killers’ madness while managing his wife’s own mental stability.

Eerie and masterful, Bong Jon-ho (director of Parasite) lists it as one of his all-time favorite films.

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Kathy Bates gives an unnerving performance as an unhinged literature fan who kidnaps her favorite author in Rob Reiner’s adaptation of Stephen King’s novel. James Caan plays the star novelist who she engages in a game of psychological chess as he tries to escape the snowy remote cabin where he’s being kept.

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It’s not easy being an oopsie baby in a world of genetically engineered humans. Especially if you want to go to space. Don’t miss this dark, glamorous dystopian science fiction film starring Jude Law, Uma Thurman, and Ethan Hawke. 

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Don’t miss The Final Cut of Ridley Scott’s immersive scifi masterpiece that perfected practical move effects. Harrison Ford plays a retired cop hunting down replicants in futuristic LA. We chose this version because it’s amazing on the big screen and the only cut in which Scott retained artistic control of the film.

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Bong Joon-ho (Parasite) wrote and directed this fantastic crime thriller based on the real story of Korea’s first known serial killer. It’s widely considered one of the best films to ever come out of Korea and has been a longtime fav of our staff!

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David Fincher’s thriller might just be the perfect movie. The Game stars Michael Douglas as a wealthy investment banker whose brother (Sean Penn) gifts him a mysterious game voucher — which quickly takes over his life, propelling him into a mind-bending nightmare where it becomes impossible to tell what is real and what is The Game.

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Nicolas Cage blew critics away with his performance as a reclusive truffle hunter in Oregon who must emerge from the solitude of the wilderness to solve the mystery of who stole his beloved foraging pig in this moody odyssey through the world of fine dining on the West Coast.

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Edgar White’s new film oscillates between the glamour of 1960s London and a splintering supernatural horror film. This new British thriller made waves this year with an all-star cast and a compelling story about two women whose lives overlap through mysterious time-defying forces.

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