Hidden Streams: The Best Older Movies Streaming #Fans_OfDecember 5, 2018
(Welcome to Hidden Streams , a column focused on the best older movies available to stream on your favorite services, including Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and more.)
For fans of: Watership Down , The Last Unicorn , Return to Oz , and other dark movies for kids.
Although it failed to take home an Oscar in any of its categories, The Umbrellas of Cherbourg won three awards at the Cannes Film Festival, including the prestigious Palme d’Or.
Altman’s startling and surreal psychological thriller follows Cathryn, a children’s book author and schizophrenic who joins her husband for a trip to their secluded vacation home.
Five years later, Altman released another psychological film, 1977’s 3 Women , which many compared to Persona – but of the two films, Images was more directly inspired by Ingmar Bergman’s film, as Altman himself was quick to note.
Though it’s become something of a cult classic, Ms .45 is still lesser-seen in comparison to other Ferrara films, like King of New York .
For fans of: All things Lynch, Tetsuo: The Iron Man , and My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done .
From its eerie opening sequence recounting the sisters’ early life to its brazen depiction of mental illness (and Margot Kidder wielding a knife on a bed, next to a birthday cake), Sisters is a must-see – for fans of De Palma and psychological thrillers alike.
For fans of: Dead Ringers , Enemy , and Black Swan .
Now, a blind woman is stalking the yakuza and his gang, seeking revenge.
Written by the brilliant W.D. Richter, and directed with spirit and soul by Jodie Foster, Home for the Holidays is a wonderful, big-hearted, messy Thanksgiving story with poor Holly Hunter suffering the worst holiday of her life. She plays art restorer Claudia Larson who loses her job—and comes down with a cold—just before flying home for Thanksgiving. (Worse, she loses her stylish coat and must borrow a hideous, out-…https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8xkQoH8QbVs