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    8 Indie Films That You Need To Watch On Your Next Movie Night

    These gems? Uncut.

    Living in the era of digital streaming, we are spoiled for choice when it comes to selections for movie night.

    But, more often than not, that just leads us right back to watching our old favorites and standbys.

    Or, even worse, falling victim to endless scrolling... or jumping from one app to another... only to not actually watching a film at all.

    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.

    1. Little Woods (2018)

    Tessa Thompson and Lily James sit on the floor of a kitchen and look at one another

    2. Fast Color (2019)

    Gugu Mbatha-Raw stands outside and holds onto a ceramic bowl with her eyes closed

    3. Colossal (2016)

    Jason Sudeikis and Anne Hathaway look bored at their small table at a bar

    4. The Invitation (2015)

    A large group of friends argue over a birthday dinner

    5. Ingrid Goes West (2017)

    Aubrey Plaza and Elizabeth Olsen pose exactly the same in similar outfits for a picture

    6. Selah and the Spades (2019)

    Selah played by Lovie Simone looks regal as she sits on a chair on a grassy field and stares at the camera

    7. The Vast of Night (2019)

    Young switchboard operator Fay played by Sierra McCormick stares at the board curiously

    8. The Guest (2014)

    Dan Stevens wears a hoodie and backpack and smiles as David Collins in the movie The Guest

    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!