Kerstin’s Top Ten Double Features of 2017!

posted by Tom Fuchs on December 28, 2017

(Editor’s note: Since December is a time for everyone to make year-end best-of lists, we asked our staff to do the same. Next up is returning champion/Programming Coordinator Kerstin with her top ten double features of 2017!)


KERSTIN’S TOP TEN DOUBLE FEATURES OF 2017

1. Actors Make a Stunning Directorial Debut!

Get Out (dir. Jordan Peele) & Lady Bird (dir. Greta Gerwig)


2. AMAZING SOUNDTRACK

Atomic Blonde (dir. David Leitch) & Baby Driver (dir. Edgar Wright)


3. Fun with Fruit!

Call Me By Your Name (dir. Luca Guadagnino) & Girls Trip (dir. Malcolm D. Lee)


4. Great Sequels

Blade Runner 2049 (dir. Denis Villeneuve) & John Wick: Chapter 2 (dir. Chad Stahelski)


5. Kids that Need More Supervision

The Florida Project (dir. Sean Baker) & It (dir. Andy Muschietti)


6. KStew + Robby Patty 4ever

Good Time (dirs. Benny and Josh Safdie) & Personal Shopper (dir. Olivier Assayas)


7. My Favorite Movies I Saw this Year

Faces Places (dirs. Agnès Varda and JR)  & Paterson (dir. Jim Jarmusch)


8. Nicole Kidman Gives a Bedridden Person a Sponge Bath and Costars with Colin Farrell

The Beguiled (dir. Sofia Coppola) & The Killing of a Sacred Deer (dir. Yorgos Lanthimos)


9. Nuns Gone Wild!

The Little Hours (dir. Jeff Baena) & Novitiate (dir. Margaret Betts)*

*[If you like this genre, you should also watch The Devils]


10. This Song is Called, “It’s a Metaphor, Fool”

mother! (dir. Darren Aronofsky) & Rat Film (dir. Theo Anthony)



Bonus triple feature

Logan (dir. James Mangold), Lucky (dir. John Carroll Lynch), & Logan Lucky (dir. Steven Soderbergh)



Bonus bonus repertory double feature for those suffering from Twin Peaks: The Return Withdrawal

The Hidden (dir. Jack Sholder) & Showgirls (dir. Paul Verhoeven)