If you're not yet aware of the work being done by Drafthouse Films, you should be. A boutique film distribution company launched by Austin's Alamo Drafthouse Cinema chain a few years ago, the company has been responsible for putting out some of my favorite movies of recent years, including Cheap Thrills, I Declare War, The Act of Killing and Why Don't You Play in Hell?. They've discovered new classics like Miami Connection languishing in obscurity and brought back cult films like Ms. 45 and Wake in Fright and The Visitor. They have shown incredible taste in what they've chosen to distribute thus far, with movies that are sometimes weird, sometimes challenging and always, always unique. They currently have a catalogue of about 25 titles, every one of which is worth checking out -- even if you don't love a particular film, at least you will have seen something completely different. The movies that Drafthouse is putting out are unlike any other movies you're likely to see these days.
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R100 is currently playing in limited release and is available on VOD and iTunes.