Binge-Worthy Not So Well-Known Films of 2018

With Sundance 2019 just around the corner and to help get into the spirit of things, here are my picks. There are so many movies that go unnoticed each year. In my opinion, release timing and marketing/promotion are everything. If both don’t sync up, then, poof, unnoticed and underrated. Some of these premiered at film fests in 2016/2017 yet saw releases in 2018. Behold the 2018 list of binge-worthy not so well-known movies of 2018. Some will make you smile, some will scare the shit of out of you, make your heart hurt and others will leave you seriously moved.

Watch a few or grab the novels they were based off, it certainly leaves you with lots of options to keep busy until the new season of Game of Thrones or True Detective comes out on HBO.

Sundance Film US and London Fests:

  • Miseducation of Cameron Post (Novel by Emily Danforth)
  • Three Identical Strangers
  • Thoroughbreds
  • You Were Never Really Here (Novel by Jonathan Ames)
  • Blindspotting
  • Hearts Beat Loud
  • Leave No Trace (My Abandonment novel by Peter Rock)
  • Tully
  • The Rider
  • Sweet Country
  • Eighth Grade
  • Won’t You Be My Neighbor
  • Skate Kitchen
  • First Reformed

LA Film Fest

  • And Then I Go (Project X novel by Jim Shepard)

Tribeca Film Fest

  • Disobedience (Novel by Naomi Alderman)
  • The Endless

Venice Film Fest

  • The Sisters Brothers (Novel by Patrick deWitt)
  • Lean on Pete (Novel by Willy Valutin)

South By Southwest

  • Support the Girls
  • Gemini

Berlin Film Fest

  • Unsane

Dallas Film Fest

  • Bomb City

Sydney Film Fest

  • Goldstone

Toronto Film Fest

  • I Kill Giants (Graphic novel by Joe Kelly; Ken Nimura)

Cannes Film Fest

  • Shoplifters

HAPPY WATCHING and message me to let me know what you thought of them. Good or bad, my ask to please be nice about it. 🙂

#utahsundancemom, #h2theb2thec

Photo courtesy of Martin Lopez from Pexels.

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