A beloved holiday Christmas special involving both Chuck Jones and Boris Karloff, which centers around the greatest diss track ever written and launched an increasing awful media franchise.
We go on a journey back in time to find the first Christmas movie ever made, which is only four minutes long but packs an awful lot in there.
A 22-minute short film directed by a poet about a leper colony in Iran, which is somehow one of those works of art that might mean basically anything or everything.
Probably the best known surrealist avant garde movie, co-created by none other than Salvador Dalí. He wanted it to piss everyone off, and was annoyed that people seemed to like it.
This might be the earliest movie we ever discuss on this site. Should you watch it? Spoilers: probably.
A meditation on… things, by the godmother of Avant Garde filmmaking.