The Movies You Likely Didn't See in 2018 (but Should)

'Death of Stalin,' 'Sorry to Bother You,' 'Mandy' among the flicks you shouldn't miss, per the Daily Beast
By Jenn Gidman,  Newser Staff
Posted Dec 19, 2018 9:26 AM CST
The Movies You Likely Didn't See in 2018 (but Should)
This image shows, from left, Steve Buscemi, Adrian McLoughlin, Jeffrey Tambor, Dermot Crowley, and Simon Russell Beale in a scene from "The Death of Stalin."   (Nicola Dove/IFC Films via AP)

Yes, everyone is still doing the Wakanda salute from Black Panther, cringing along with Elsie Fisher's character in Eighth Grade, and singing "Shallow" from A Star Is Born. But as Marlow Stern writes for the Daily Beast, there were more than 700 movies released this year, and "you were bound to miss some gems." Whether you're in the mood for political satire, a couple's struggle to have a child, or gonzo horror, here are the flicks you shouldn't miss but probably did:

More on these films here. (The movies everyone's seeing, and some awards they're up for.)

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