FilmStruck, the classic movie streaming channel from TCM and the Criterion Collection, announced today that WarnerMedia is shutting it down on November 29.
Some big-name fans, including "Moonlight" director Barry Jenkins and Rian Johnson ("The Last Jedi"), mourned its loss today on Twitter.
Several people hoped that the titles, many that aren't on DVD, will be made available elsewhere. Maybe Mubi?
In the meantime, hang onto those DVDs and Blu-rays of "Casablanca" and "The Seven Samurai."
Guillermo del Toro tweeted, "We will find a way to bring it back. We will!" a sentiment echoed by Criterion Channel.
The service currently offers Japanese horror classics including "Kwaidan," all three previous versions of "A Star is Born," and a tribute to master of disguise, Lon Chaney with commentary by Doug Jones and Rick Baker.
Stream them while you can!