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Alamo Drafthouse brings its love for cinema to its own VOD service

Every title is hand-picked by their employees.
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Alamo Drafthouse On Demand

The Alamo Drafthouse, like most theaters, are shut down at the moment but that hasn't stopped the company from showcasing its love for cinema. The company has gone digital with a new video on demand service that is curated by the company's own employees, which should please the needs of film fans who have grown tired of algorithm-driven suggestions. The service will offer movies for rent or purchase with a focus on a broad array of titles, from blockbusters to independent movies. Alamo fans will also find picks from daily shows like Terror Tuesdays and Weird Wednesdays as well as rare cult titles you won't see anywhere else.

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