Saturday, January 7, 2012

The Best Titles Currently Available to Watch Instantly on Netflix

Netflix provides thousands of on-demand movies, television shows and documentaries; but finding worthy content among all the completely un-watchable filler can take hours. That's why I made this list of the best entertainment available to stream instantly on Netflix. The list follows no particular order or confines. I'll be adding to the list periodically and feel free to suggest your own picks in the comments section.

1. Basilisk

2. WWII in HD

3. Sons of Anarchy

4. Spartacus

5. The Munsters

6. South Park

7. The Kids in the Hall

8. Arrested Development

9. Chappelle's Show

10. Cash in the Attic

11. Red Dwarf

12. 30 Rock

13. The Wild Hunt

14. The Visitors

15. The Big Lebowski

16. The Iron Giant

17. An American Werewolf in London

18. Mark of the Devil

19. The Howling

20. The Lost Boys

21. Little Monsters

22. Last Action Hero

23. Krull

24. Hellbound: Hellraiser II

25. Marat / Sade

26. The Norseman

27. RoboCop

28. Salome's Last Dance

29. One Flew Over the Cukoo's Nest

30. How to Get Ahead in Advertising

31. Evil Ed

32. Evil Alien Conquerors

33. Escape From New York

34. Darkon

35. Dead Snow

36. Die Hard With A Vengeance

37. Dumplings

38. The Edge

39. Enemy Mine

40. Erik The Viking

41. Jim Henson's the Storyteller: Greek Myths

42. Jim Henson's the Storyteller

43. Father Ted

43. Fire and Ice

44. The Men Who Stare at Goats

45. Howl's Moving Castle

46. Basket Case

47. Birds of the Gods

48. Cave of Forgotten Dreams

49. Antichrist

50. Blackadder

51. Conan O'Brien Can't Stop

52. Bladerunner

53. Creature From The Black Lagoon

54. Cry-Baby

55. Dance of the Dead

56. Black Books

57. Batman Forever

58. Great Artists Two with Tim Marlow

59. The Impressionists with Tim Marlow

60. SLC Punk

61. Short Circuit

62. The Seventh Sign

63. The Dark Crystal

64. Time Bandits

65. Troll Hunter

66. Valhalla Rising

67. The Video Dead

68. Wet Hot American Summer

69. Visioneers

70. Labyrinth


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