Update / Patreon Launch

Thank you for your patience folks. Regular recommendation posts will begin again on Wednesday. For now I’m going to try posting recommendations here AT LEAST every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. I hope to get back to a daily schedule eventually, but it was too much to juggle at the moment.

For those of you that want to support this website directly, I just started a Patreon page. All I ask is $3 a month and you get a new list of micro-recommendations / movie related links every week. You also get an exclusive advanced look at the reviews that will be in my Anomalous Cinema book. Yep, I’m working on a book of recommendations of my tippity-top favorite films. This publication will be for all of my most beloved movies, ignoring format availability, as long as they have not gotten an Academy Award nomination. To sign up just go to: patreon.com/anomalouscinema

My best to you and yours during this sucky time. -Jonathan

100th Post / Break Time

As of yesterday, I posted my 100th recommendation, so I am taking a week off to recharge my batteries. Anomalous Cinema will be back next Wednesday, March 25th. From that point on I will be posting every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, as well as at least once a week for any folks that want to support this site on Patreon. More on that later.

In the meantime, you can get a lot out of the existing recommendations by using the tags. There’s one for each subscription service and movie genre.

To tide you over in case you’re in isolation, here’s some quickie recommendations (I suggest you them look up on imdb before watching):

Netflix:
City of God (2002)
Filmworker (2018)
Green Room (2016)
Magnolia (1999)
Train to Busan (2016)

Amazon Prime:
The Act of Killing (2012)
Downfall (2004)
The Mechanic (1972)
Milius (2013)
The Street Fighter (1974)

Hulu:
Coherence (2013 – Also on Amazon Prime)
Das Boot (1981)
We Need to Talk About Kevin (2011 – Also on Amazon Prime)

Please comment or email me with any questions.

Thank you for your support. Please stay safe out there. -Jonathan

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