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The Film Yap’s Movies to Watch at Home: ‘The Outpost,’ ‘Skyman,’ ‘Black Magic for White Boys,’ more

If you’re looking for some entertainment this 4th of July weekend, Christopher Lloyd of The Film Yap has some movies new to digital/on-demand that you may want to check out. Here’s more from him:

New On Digital/Demand:

The Outpost — This true story of an Army outpost in an Afghanistan valley that held off an attack by hundreds of Taliban soldiers is turned into a grim, terrific war drama. With Scott Eastwood, Orlando Bloom and Caleb Landry Jones.

Skyman — Daniel Myrick, one of the guiding lights behind “The Blair Witch Project,” makes a faux-documentary in a similar vein about a man obsessed with his alien visitation 30 years earlier.

Cut Off — This uber-creepy German psychological thriller is about a coroner who discovers a note inside the skull of a cadaver that leads him on a chase of a killer, with his estranged daughter as one of his targets.

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The Truth — Catherine Deneuve, Juliette Binoche, Ludivine Sagnier and Ethan Hawke star in this French drama about a legendary actress publishing her scathing memoirs, which leads to a clash with her daughters.

Black Magic for White Boys — This New York City slice-of-life fable involves a bottom-barrel magic act, the theater they’re about to lose, a predatory landlord and an unwanted pregnancy.

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Minority Report — Steven Spielberg’s most un-Spielbergian film is a grim, dystopian vision of a future where you can be judged for crimes you haven’t yet committed.

For more from Christopher, visit his website