With movie theaters closed, Alamo Drafthouse gets into on demand movie streaming – TechCrunch

Back when movie theaters were a thing we could go to, Alamo Drafthouse was my one and Known for actively insisting that audience members shut the hell up during the movie and for having a damned fine beer selection, it’s like my personal paradise. If it was a movie I was excited to see, I’d […

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Alamo isn’t looking to take on the Google Plays and Amazons of the world here by striving for a daunting, bottomless selection of movies; instead, each film they’re offering is personally nominated by at least one member of their team.

Alamo will be handling the curation and movie selection, while ScreenPlus is handling most of the technical stuff – things like DRM, geoblocking, etc.

The current selection is eclectic and worth perusing, from award winners like Apocalypse Now or Parasite to lesser known cult flicks you’d probably pass up unless someone suggested it… which, well, is exactly the point of this shop.

Known for actively insisting that audience members shut the hell up during the movie and for having a damned fine beer selection, it’s like my personal paradise.

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