We Have Always Lived in the Castle (Netflix)

Surprise arthouse extraordinaire. It’s slow, somber and ominous to start. The parent scene around the 1 hr mark unleashes the dark side of the story behind the facade. Really well done, without a wide range of acting except for Alexandra Daddario (“Constance”), a true standout. This one is worth watching, and perfect for sending the less artsy-fartsy to bed early while you get to enjoy a dark story and visual treat.