Rebellion, revolution, or just a failure to communicate. This week's Netflix selections are all about conflict.
Netflix is a gold mine of horror films, from classics to remakes. These are perfect to watch with your hands over your eyes, peeking through a slit in your fingers.
These new-to-Netflix films, five new and five classic, let you travel through strange worlds without leaving your couch.
The double feature may be long gone from movie theaters, but there's no reason why you can't put on your own at home.
Not every movie can change the world, but these have something special that shouldn't be overlooked.
Yes, Hulu Plus, the service you subscribed to for reruns of South Park, has a huge number of Criterion Collection movies. Stream a few and class up your weekend.
These 10 movies feature outstanding work by women on both sides of the camera.
We look at nine movies that have come out in the past 18 months -- plus a decades-old classic -- that you can turn into your very own streaming double feature this weekend.
You might have watched them on Betamax or even Laserdisc. (Remember Laserdisc?) Now they're on Netflix on every screen you have.
Don't just settle for the latest releases when looking for a good movie to watch with the kids. These 10 options on Netflix offer fun for the whole family.
The lazy days of a brand-new summer call for some new movies in your Netflix queue.
We found the big lizard and some his monster pals streaming on Netflix, Hulu Plus, and Crackle.
Time to indulge in America's pastimes: Baseball, sure, but also watching movies.
Think globally, but veg out on your couch locally.
From Hong Kong to Japan, these martial arts movies bring plenty of action, and beautiful storytelling too.
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