The trial of Lisbeth Salander commences in the final installment of Stieg Larsson’s “Millennium Trilogy,” now available on Netflix Instant.
Director Gaspar Noe takes you on the trip of a liftime (or is it after-lifetime?) in this hypnotic piece of guerilla cinema, now available on Netflix Instant.
So you wanna be a Rocket Man? Philip Kaufman tells the story of the Mercury Seven with this look at the early days of the American space program, now available on Netflix Instant.
Mel Gibson is Mad Max in this post-apocalyptic action classic that still packs a punch after 30 years. Watch it now on Netflix Instant.
For the love of God, don’t ever go skiing! That’s the survival tip we learn with this ice-cold thriller, now available on Netflix Instant.
Sean Penn goes home to Hell’s Kitchen and Gary Oldman is batsh** crazy in this searing Irish gangster flick, now available on Netflix Instant.
Charlize Theron, Daryl Hannah, Pam Grier, Summer Glau and Lori Petty could destroy you. Pay homage to the women who kick all sorts of ass with these cinematic rumbles now available on Netflix Instant.
Mickey Rourke and Don Johnson are wanted dead or alive as they traverse the desert and industrial wasteland in this silly cult flick, now available on Netflix Instant.
Nicolas Cage meets a hooker with a heart of gold and still drinks himself to death in this Oscar-winning drama, now available for consumption.
Are you a Greaser or a Soc? Go back to a time when rival gangs ruled the dirt roads of Oklahoma with the film that launched a hundred young careers. Ponyboy!
Come on in, the water’s fine! And so is Kate Bosworth, at that. Get wet and make waves with this Hawaiian treat.
Suburbia: heaven or hell? We prefer the latter, because what fun is it, otherwise? Here are a few movies that paint a dark portrait of suburban America, featuring Tom Hanks battling devil worshippers, Natalie Portman crying a lot, Jake Gyllenhaal bending space-time and a bunch of high school kids trying desperately to not fall asleep.
What happened to Jimmy Hoffa? Jack Nicholson, Danny DeVito and David Mamet have a few theories about the infamous Teamster boss in this gritty biopic now available on Netflix Instant.
Michael J. Fox snorts coke, gulps double vodkas and delivers freak-out monologues in Jay McInerney’s love letter / hate mail to ’80s New York.
You know what’s even cooler than Blade? Blade II. Check out director Guillermo del Toro’s kick-ass vampire flick starring Wesley Snipes on Netflix Instant.