Hard Candy (leaving 2/1)
Ellen Page and Patrick Wilson star in this disturbing hostage thriller about a teenage girl who traps a supposed pedophile, rapist, and murderer -- truths never come easily, and punishment never feels satisfying. It's a movie that will leave you wondering, "What the hell did I just watch?" in the best way possible.
The Nightmare Before Christmas (leaving 2/1)
The stop-motion fantasy musical is Tim Burton at the height of his inventiveness. A macabre fable about a town of spooks and ghouls who co-opt Christmas for their own malevolent means, Nightmare is punctuated by catchy songs like “This Is Halloween,” which you'll work into your Christmas carol rotation.
Honeymoon (leaving 2/12)
Do not mistake this post-nuptial indie for a romantic comedy (we can recommend plenty of those). In her ferocious directorial debut, Leigh Janiak swaps loving gazes and happy endings for marriage anxiety and existential turbulence. There's something beyond the earthly scope tugging at newlyweds Bea (Rose Leslie, Game of Thrones) and Paul (Harry Treadaway, Penny Dreadful), but the greatest scares start with the plights of typical couples. Honeymoon scares your brain, scares your heart, then scares everywhere else with shocking turns.