New Releases May 6, 2014 Still Mine, Lewis Black: Old Yeller: Live At The Borgata, Call Me Crazy, Veronica Mars, Alexander Calder, 7 Boxes, Art of the Steal, Burn, Frontline: Secrets of the Vatican, The Story of the Jews With Simon Schama,

New Releases May 13, 2014 Orange Is The New Black: Season 1 Generation Iron Is The Man Who Is Tall Happy?:An Animated Conversation With Noam Chomsky Deadly Code I, Frankenstein Her That Awkward Moment After Tiller Eastbound and Down: Season 4 Stalingrad S... read more

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As LGBT Pride is celebrated around the world this weekend, we came across IndieWire’s Reader’s Poll of the 25 Most Important LGBT films. Vidiots is proud to say we have ALL of the films selected, including Paris is Burning, The Celluloid Close... read more

‘The Bridge’ is a re-imagining of the terrific Swedish-Danish series ‘Bron/Broen.’ Demian Bichir and Diane Kruger are detectives on both sides of the U.S./Mexico border brought together to solve…well, you know the drill. Besi... read more

“I am what I am, and that’s it!”–Lauren Bacall. What an “I” she was. What talent! What grace! What a voice! What style, what cool! What a champion for women, in film, theater and society! What a legacy! Treat yourself t... read more

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Robin Williams released cascade upon cascade of words in his lifetime, yet it’s hard to think of even a few that capture the complex sadness of mourning him. Many of his films have been favorites at Vidiots; The Fisher King is one of the most belo... read more

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Decoding Annie Parker R – 91 min – Drama Based on true events, Decoding Annie Parker tells the life affirming story of two remarkable women; the irrepressible Annie Parker, a three time cancer survivor and the geneticist Mary-Claire King whose... read more