Remember how you used to turn on the TV late at night and flip through the channels to see what was on? Remember when you’d stumble across a movie halfway through and get sucked in? Maybe you don’t, because you came of age alongside the streaming revolution, which granted you the ability to watch exactly what you want to watch, when you want to watch it (or at least to scroll endlessly looking at algorithmically generated suggestions of things a computer thinks you might want to watch). The Criterion Channel streaming service is looking to recreate a bit of that sense of cinematic kismet with the launch of Criterion 24/7, a new livestream available to all of its subscribers. The livestream shows random selections from the streamer’s vast catalogue of classic and contemporary films, from high-minded arthouse fair, to cult gems, to the best of world cinema, one after another.

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