15 Movies You Forgot About That You Need to Watch

The worst part of watching movies is picking one out. What are you in the mood for? What do you want to avoid? The list goes on.

Most movie lists repeat the same titles over and over, suggesting classic and tired films, so here are some forgotten gems to enjoy for your next movie night.

Arlington Road (1999)

The thriller tackles everything a crime film should, suspense, suspicion, distrust, and paranoia about those around you. The protagonist doesn't know if he's going mad or if he should stay on his toes about his neighbors.

The Serpent and the Rainbow (1988)

The movie takes place in Haiti, and stars, Bill Pullman, an anthropologist determined to uncover the mystery surrounding the voodoo practices in Haiti.

Rock and Rule (1983)

"It's about post-apocalyptic animal people in a rock band being manipulated and used by an aging mega star rocker trying to summon the devil,” a fan states.

A Boy and His Dog (1975)

Movies with dogs go one of two ways, the dog meets a terrible demise, or the boy and the dog live together happily. The latter isn't as frequent, but this film shows “a weirdly touching story about a post-apocalyptic wasteland and a boy with his telepathic dog,”

Bowfinger (1999)

Featuring a star-studded cast with the likes of Steve Martin, Heather Graham, and Eddie Murphy, this underrated gem keeps you laughing throughout the 97-minute runtime.

The Vanishing (1988)

The Vanishing presents a young couple (Rex and Saskia) who stop at a gas station before driving to their destination. During the respite, Saskia disappears, causing Rex to hunt down every plausible path to solve the mystery.

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