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The documentary Liberated: The New Sexual Revolution. (2017/ TV-MA/ 1h 26m). The film was directed and written by Benjamin Nolot. Right off the bat, we're going to say this movie is hard to watch—especially as it goes on, and we are taken deeper and deeper into the thoughts and actions of ordinary college kids at spring break in Florida. Even though it is disturbing to watch, we highly recommend it. You can find it on Netflix here.
Rosemary’s Baby (1968) is a tense vintage horror-thriller that follows Rosemary, a mother-to-be in New York City. We prefer not to reveal too much of the plot here, as part of the movie relies on a bit of ambiguity for its full effect. You can find it streaming on Amazon video.
Sammy and Rosie Get Laid is an awesome 8o's indie film. Nothing quite like hot sex and riots in London.
The Lure is a weird and wild Polish comedy horror musical surrounding two mermaid sisters in 1980s Poland. It's definitely a movie you need to experience at least once (or even twice). You can find it on Youtube Movie and Amazon Video.
Desperate Living is a hilarious, raunchy, and highly entertaining movie written and directed by John Waters. We've only found it available streaming on Google Play.
Elvira: Mistress of the Dark has everything: sex, comedy, horror, drama. Not to mention a shapeshifting poodle. We can't recommend this movie enough. You can find it on Amazon Video.
Giant (1956) is a mid-century, sweeping epic masterpiece. It stars Rock Hudson, Elizabeth Taylor, and James Dean. If you are in the mood for some serious Old Hollywood magic, this is the movie for you. You can find it on Amazon Video.
Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby is a laugh-out-loud comedy with high-octane races. Will Ferrel delivers an awesome performance and helps drive this racing epic forward. You can find it on Amazon Video.
The Fog of War: The Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara is a hauntingly amazing documentary that brings a different perspective to World War II and the Vietnam War through the eyes of the Secretary of Defense at the time, Robert S. McNamara You can find it on Amazon Video. For further reading, you can find an Exhibit A blog post on the subject here.