Bombs almost go boom in these tense action thrillers (and one Best Picture Oscar winner). Let the countdown begin on Netflix.
Grab a bottle and break it over the heads of these fine examples of the rough and tumble practice of pub pugilism, all available for immediate brawling on Netflix.
Did you enjoy this year’s Golden Globes? You don’t have to wait a whole year to feel the magic again, you know. Take a trip down Golden Globes memory lane with these winners from the past, all available for your nostalgic pleasure.
Get your shaky-cam on (except with Paranormal Activity — they actually used tripods) with this collection of shot-on-video pseudo-documentaries covering everything from haunted houses, the war in Afghanistan, the planning for a Columbine-style school shooting and the violence of street life in South Central L.A.
Here are a few cinematic arguments for living in complete isolation out in the woods somewhere, far away from civilization and demented incestuous siblings who keep cannibal children hidden away in the basement. Put the house up for sale and settle in.
With the closing of the year comes the end of all things. Here are some movies available on Netflix that won’t exactly fill you with a sense of hope and warmth for the future… but they’re still pretty awesome.
Let it snow! Winter Solstice is upon us, which means we’re in for some inclement weather sooner rather than later (if you haven’t had it already). Here are some movies that make for a perfect evening’s entertainment when you find yourself snowed in — or just wish that you were.
It’s the holiday season, and with it (hopefully) comes vacation days during which you can go sledding, skiing or just stay at home and drink too much eggnog while watching Netflix. If you opt for the latter (and we certainly are), here are twenty movies that’ll fill you with the holiday spirit when the weather outside is frightful.
Sometimes a good movie can be made even better by a good soundtrack — and sometimes a really bad movie can be redeemed by its music. Here are a few flicks available for your instant viewing (and listening) pleasure that may sound better than they look.
Thanksgiving is, in theory if not in practice, a time when families come together and celebrate the ties that bind. For some, however, those ties serve to keep one “captive, bound and double-chained,” to quote ol’ Jacob Marley (is it too early for Christmas?). Here are a few cinematic Thanksgiving celebrations that are more combative than “traditional.”
Nothing can raise Oscar’s golden eyebrows quite like a good biopic. In celebration of Clint Eastwood’s J. Edgar, which features Leonardo DiCaprio as the first director of the FBI, here are a few biography films featuring other fiery, passionate men available as instant history lessons on Netflix.
Happy Halloween! Here are a handful of cinematic ghouls that didn’t quite make our Top 20 list from last week that nonetheless will do the trick if you’re looking for a treat on Netflix tonight.
Staying in on Halloween night with a good scary movie? We’ve compiled a bag of 20 cinematic tricks and treats for you to choose from. Turn off the lights, grab some candy and celebrate All Hallow’s Eve with Netflix.
“I like my town / With a little bit of poiiiiison…” So goes a bit of lyrical philosophizing from the inimitable Tom Waits. Well, replace “town” with “movies,” and we’re right there with you, Tom. Here are few deadly examples available for immediate ingesting on Netflix.
As AC/DC once asked in the immortal classic, Maximum Overdrive, “Who Made Who?” In honor of our fallen friend, Steve Jobs, here are a few films available on Netflix that feature technology that got a little too smart for its circuits.