The distribution company Kino Lorber launches Kino Cult, a free streaming service for cult classics, B-movies, grindhouse gore, and much more.
The independent film distributor, Kino Lorber, is launching a free streaming service called Kino Cult with dozens of horror films and cult classics. Founded as Kino International in 1977, Kino Lorber, Inc. is run by a small team based out of New York City. With a library of over 4,000 films, Kino Lorber is an essential distributor of international, independent, and documentary cinema. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the company launched Kino Marquee, a “virtual cinema” platform whose revenue supported shuttered independent theaters.
Now Kino Lorber is launching Kino Cult, a free streaming service that showcases eclectic cult classics, horror gems, and other genre films. Per the promo reel on Kino Lorber’s YouTube channel, kinolorber, Kino Cult boasts “hundreds of hours of curated content” ranging “from art house to haunted house.” Kino Cult’s offerings will run the gamut across genres, including “horror, drive-in, comedy, sci-fi, [and] shorts,” and will add new titles every month. Check out the promo below: