Harmony Korine’s beautiful, brilliant, and fractured fairy tale Mister Lonely, opened last week to great reviews and very strong box office on one screen in New York. The film, which had its U.S. Premiere during SXSW 2008, is easily one of my favorite indie films in theaters at the moment. And, throughout the month of May, it will continue to expand in theaters around the nation. This weekend sees the film roll out through the East Coast and L.A., with many more playdates to follow. But, as is the case with IFC Films releases, you don’t have to wait for theatrical engagements to watch it. Mister Lonely is currently available on demand thanks to your cable provider. Just look for your “Movies on Demand” option if you have cable. You can watch it today. And, you should. It’s so good. Click here for my thoughts on the film, immediately after catching it during the premiere at Cannes last May (and being a bit dumbfounded at the time). It’s safe to say that after a little time in my head, I fell deeply in love with this mystifying movie.