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Finding God at the Grindhouse: THE DEVILS are Among Us

Ken Russell’s 1971 beautiful and subversive blend of high art and trash cinema, The Devils, is back in the spotlight for cinephiles, horror hounds, and other various tribes of film geekdom. This is because AMC’s streaming horror service, Shudder, released the film’s “uncut” version into their catalog this week… except that it’s not the uncut…

Join Us For MONSTER MONDAY, While We Watch MAY

Monday, February 27th marks our second #MonsterMonday Live Tweet event. Last month a few of us staffer were joined by a couple of fun guests in discussing Sadako vs. Kayako, which we all ended up enjoying a good bit. Here are a few highlights: #svkwithfs Hair on the VHS player! Yuck! — Brandon McLaren (@BrandonBrmuffin)…

Streaming in Color

This week’s Stream a Little Stream’s theme is Black History Month. In honor of this month, all of this week’s selections are by black filmmakers or about the black experience in America. Like last week’s selections, the selections are from Netflix, Fandor, Shudder, and Tribeca Shortlist. On Netflix, watch The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975. Before…