For All Mankind (Image via Hulu)

Today, The Criterion Collection announced that it would be partnering with FilmStruck, a new web-only streaming service from Turner Classic Movies. That’s great if you were dying to add another streaming service to your credit card bill, and very sad if you subscribe to Hulu.

As part of the deal, FilmStruck, which will launch this fall, will receive exclusive access to Criterion’s archives. But while that’s great news for Turner Classic Movies and its parent company Time Warner, it’s bad news for Hulu, which currently offers over 900 Criterion movies to Hulu Plus subscribers.

“The Criterion offering on Hulu will still be available into the month of November, but after that, FilmStruck and the Criterion Channel will be our exclusive streaming home,” the company wrote in a blog post today.

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Be sure to catch up on our favorites—as well as your own—before November rolls around:

The 400 Blows

Diabolique

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The Great Dictator

An Autumn Afternoon

8 1/2

The Hidden Fortress

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Seven Samurai

House

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Pandora’s Box

Zatochi: The Blind Swordsman

The Virgin Spring

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Throne of Blood

Eraserhead

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Watership Down

The Rules of the Game

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Jeanne Dielman, 23, quai du Commerce, 1080 Bruxelles

Black Orpheus

For All Mankind

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Ali: Fear Eats the Soul

Richard III

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Autumn Sonata

What movies did we miss? Drop them below!

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[Bloomberg]