Indie film lovers rejoice!

While we’ve heard of many businesses shifting lately, wreckage companies creating DIY kits, clothing stores creating masks, an unusual pivot for Alamo Drafthouse has been the creation of its new streaming device.

The theater, which is known for its independent film screenings and wide range of cinematography, is offering Alamo On Demand. The selection is full of curated movies from Alamo programmers.

Instead of paying for a monthly subscription, members can either pay to buy or rent films. Parasite, a Korean film which won an Oscar for “Best Picture,” is available to buy at $9.99 or rent for $3.99.

From categories Fantastic Fan Faves, Cult Movies, Weird Wednesday and Terror Tuesdays, the new streaming can fill the void of even the largest Alamo Drafthouse fans.