Community·Posted on Aug 12, 20208 Indie Films That You Need To Watch On Your Next Movie NightThese gems? Uncut.by Kerry ArchboldCommunity ContributorApproved and edited by BuzzFeed Community TeamFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Living in the era of digital streaming, we are spoiled for choice when it comes to selections for movie night. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Nickelodeon But, more often than not, that just leads us right back to watching our old favorites and standbys. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF A24 Even though, no, it is not possible to watch Lady Bird too many times. Or, even worse, falling victim to endless scrolling... or jumping from one app to another... only to not actually watching a film at all. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC Trust me — been there, done that. But have no fear — this list is here to save the day! Here are eight indie films that are seriously worth a watch at your next movie night. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Channel 4 Break out the popcorn and let's get watching! 1. Little Woods (2018) Neon What it's about: Before you see her remake of Candyman or taking on Captain Marvel 2, watch Nia DaCosta's debut film starring Tessa Thompson and Lily James as two sisters in North Dakota who are in the process of making life-changing decisions.Where to watch: Hulu 2. Fast Color (2019) Codeblack Films What it's about: Julia Hart's 2018 film stars Gugu Mbatha-Raw as Ruth, a woman with supernatural powers who — while on the run from scientists who want to study her powers — visits her estranged mother played by Lorraine Toussaint. It's truly a great, small-scale superhero movie.Where to watch: Hulu and Amazon Prime 3. Colossal (2016) Neon What it's about: Colossal stars Anne Hathaway as Gloria, a writer struggling with alcohol addiction. When she strikes out of both love and work, she's forced to move back to her hometown. At the same time, a reptilian monster with a mysterious connection to Gloria appears in South Korea and begins wreaking havoc halfway across the world. Where to watch: Hulu 4. The Invitation (2015) Drafthouse Films What it's about: Karyn Kusama's unforgettable 2015 horror film. Every review I've ever read about this movie has always said something along the lines of "don't let someone spoil The Invitation for you," so I'm not going to do that. Just trust me when I say that it's seriously, seriously good. Where to watch: Netflix 5. Ingrid Goes West (2017) Neon What it's about: The satire of our times! Ingrid Goes West follows the story of Ingrid Thorburn (Aubrey Plaza), a woman who will stop at nothing on her quest to befriend her favorite influencer Taylor Sloane (Elizabeth Olsen). Where to watch: Hulu 6. Selah and the Spades (2019) Amazon Studios What it's about: Selah and the Spades is the feature debut of Tayarisha Poe. Written, directed, and produced by Poe, the film stars Lovie Simone as Selah who is the leader of the Spades, one of her prep school's five factions. While looking for a candidate to replace her as leader of the Spades after she graduates, Selah learns that with great power comes great responsibility. Where to watch: Amazon Prime 7. The Vast of Night (2019) Amazon Studios What it's about: A throwback in the best way possible! Low-budget and ambitious, The Vast of Night soars as a science fiction mystery and small town drama. It's one of those movies where the less you know about the plot and the more you can discover, the more rewarded you'll be.Where to watch: Amazon Prime 8. The Guest (2014) Picturehouse What it's about: Dan Stevens plays David Collins, an army sergeant, in this psychological thriller. When David pays an unexpected visit to the Peterson family's home and introduces himself as a friend of their son who died in combat, he's allowed to stay with them. However, strange occurrences begin happening all over town soon after his arrival. Where to watch: Netflix Comment below if you've seen any of these films, your thoughts on them, or any other hidden gem films that should be added onto this list!