PSYCHOTRONIC NETFLIX SPECIAL EDITION – LOADS OF NEW STREAMING TITLES!

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You can stop whining about there being nothing to watch on Netflix streaming now. Thanks to a recent deal with Kino and the usual batch of new additions, February 1 has brought forth a treasure trove of new psychotronic flicks to streaming. We won’t go into too much detail on each of them (because there are too many), but here are links to a few dozen of the most interesting titles, grouped into appropriate sub-groups. You’re gonna need a bigger queue.
 

Eurotrash:

 
Jean Rollin:
The Sidewalks of Bangkok (Jean Rollin, 1984)
Lost in New York (Jean Rollin, 1989)
Zombie Lake (Jean Rollin, 1981)
The Iron Rose (Jean Rollin, 1973)
Killing Car (Jean Rollin, 1993)
The Escapees (Jean Rollin, 1981)
 
Pete Walker:
House of Whipcord (Pete Walker, 1974)
Die Screaming, Marianne (Pete Walker, 1971)
The Comeback (Pete Walker, 1978)
Schizo (Pete Walker, 1976)
 
Mario Bava:
5 Dolls for an August Moon (Mario Bava, 1970)
Kidnapped (Mario Bava, 1974)
Four Times That Night (Mario Bava, 1972)
Hatchet for the Honeymoon (Mario Bava, 1970)
 
Jess Franco and Faux Franco:
Female Vampire (Jess Franco, 1973)
A Virgin Among the Living Dead (Jess Franco, 1973)
Nightmares Come At Night (Jess Franco, 1970)
Killer Barbys (Jess Franco, 1996)
Revenge in the House of Usher (Jess Franco, 1988)
Orloff and the Invisible Man (“Pierre Chevalier,” 1970)
Dr. Orloff’s Monster (Jess Franco, 1967)
The Sadistic Baron Von Klaus (Jess Franco, 1962)
 
British Sex Comedies:
Au Pair Girls (Val Guest, 1972)
Zeta One (Michael Cort, 1969)
The Sex Thief (Martin Campbell, 1974)
London in the Raw (Arnold L. Miller, 1964)
 
Misc.:
The Asphyx (Peter Newbrook, 1973)
Girl on a Motorcycle (Jack Cardiff, 1968)
The Sinful Nuns of St. Valentine (Sergio Grieco, 1974)
Justine (Chris Boger, 1977)
Virgin Witch (Ray Austin, 1972)
Killer’s Moon (Alan Birkinshaw, 1978)
Burke and Hare (Vernon Sewell, 1972)
Crimson (Juan Fortuny, 1973)
The Blood Beast Terror (Vernon Sewell, 1967)
 

Recent-era Films of Note:

 
The Prophecy (Gregory Widen, 1995)
The Gift (Sam Raimi, 2000)
Once Upon a Time in Mexico (Robert Rodriguez, 2003)
In The Cut (Jane Campion, 2003)
I’m Not Scared (Gabriele Salvatores, 2003)
Little Big Top (Ward Roberts, 2006, starring Sid Haig)
Ghost from the Machine (Matt Osterman, 2010)
Quills (Phillip Kaufman, 2000)
Sudden Death (Peter Hyams, 1995)
eXistenZ (David Cronenberg, 1999)
Shaolin Soccer (Stephen Chow, 2001)
Breakdown (Jonathan Mostow, 1997)
The Glass Shield (Charles Burnett, 1994)
Eagle Vs. Shark (Taika Cohen, 2007)
The Horseman (Steven Katrissios, 2008)
The Big Brass Ring (George Hickenlooper, 1999)
The Doom Genertaion (Gregg Araki, 1995)
Hamlet (Michael Almereyda, 1999)
Immortality (The Wisdom of Crocodiles) (Po Chih Leong, 2000)
Nightwatch (Ole Bornedal, 1999)

 

Silent Films:

 
Three Ages (Buster Keaton, 1923)
Man with a Movie Camera (Dziga Vertov, 1929)
L’Age D’Or (Luis Bunuel, 1930)
Spies (Fritz Lang, 1928)
Asphault (Joe May, 1929)
Warning Shadows (Arthur Robison, 1923)
One Arabian Night (Ernst Lubitsch, 1920)
The Hands of Orlac (Robert Wiene, 1924)
Fantomas I: In the Shadow of the Guillotine (Louis Feuillade, 1913) – II-V also available

Siegfried (Fritz Lang, 1924)
The Man From Beyond (Burton L. King, 1922)
The Struggle (D.W. Griffith, 1931)
The General (Buster Keaton, 1926)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Wallace Worsley, 1923)
The Mark of Zorro (Fred Niblo, 1920)
Woman in the Moon (Fritz Lang, 1920)
 

Direct-to-Video Standbys:

 
Grim (Paul Matthews, 1995)
Breeders (Paul Matthews, 1997)
White Rush (Mark L. Lester, 2003)
Endangered Species (Kevin S. Tenney, 2003)
Howling V: The Rebirth (Neal Sundstrom, 1989)
Howling VI: The Freaks (Hope Perello, 1990)
Skeletons (David DeCoteau, 1997)
Top of the World (Sidney J. Furie, 1997)
 

Documentaries:

 
Marlene (Maximilian Schell, 1984)
Only the Strong Survive (Chris Hegedus and D.A. Pennebaker, 2003)
Get Bruce! (Andrew J. Kuehn, 1999)
Kingdom of Shadows (Bret Wood, 1998)
Lon Chaney: Behind the Mask (1995)
Mutantes: Punk Porn Feminism (2009)
A Silent Britain (David Thompson, 2006)
Lipstick & Dynamite (Ruth Leitman, 2004)
Nollywood Babylon (Ben Addelman and Samir Mallal, 2008)
Two in the Wave (Emmanuel Laurent, 2010)
 

Classic Foreign:

 
The Sacrifice (Andrei Tarkovsky, 1986)
Siberian Lady Macbeth (Andrzej Wajda, 1962)
The Best of Youth (Marco Tullio Giordana, 2003)
Harakiri (Masaki Kobayashi, 1962)
Detective Bureau 2-3: Go to Hell Bastards (Seijun Suzuki, 1963)

The Castle (Michael Haneke, 1997)
Fellini’s Casanova (Federico Fellini, 1976)
The Last of England (Derek Jarman, 1988)
 

Other:

 
They Made Me a Fugitive (Alberto Cavalcanti, 1947)
 
Suspicion (Andrew Grieve, 1988) – TV-movie remake of the Hitchcock film, with Jane Curtin!
 
Von Ryan’s Express (Mark Robson, 1965)
 
True Confessions (Ulu Grosbard, 1981)
 
Top Gun (Tony Scott, 1986)
 
Ffolkes (Andrew McLaglen, 1980)
 
Shakedown (James Glickenhaus, 1988)
 
Stardust Memories (Woody Allen, 1980)
 
Tremors (Ron Underwood, 1990)
 
Equinox (Alan Rudolph, 1996)
 
Zombie High (Ron Link, 1987)
 
The Bride of Frankenstein (James Whale, 1935)
 
The Hills Have Eyes Part 2 (Wes Craven, 1984)
 
Nomads (John McTiernan, 1986)
 
The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad (David Zucker, 1988)
 
The Trial (Orson Welles, 1962)
 
Gentleman’s Agreement (Elia Kazan, 1947)
 
Your monthly viewing guide is now complete. If you don’t think Netflix’s streaming service is worth eight bucks a month now, you’re a pathetic, whiny little crybaby whom everyone around you is sick of even if they’re too polite to mention it.
 

KEEP THE POPCORN BUTTERED AND BURNT,
 
PAUL FREITAG-FEY

 

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3 Comments

  • Reply
    February 1, 2013

    This is a valuable public service you are providing.

  • Reply
    @bonedwarf
    February 1, 2013

    This is conclusive proof that my service I use to email me all the new releases is a TOTAL BAG OF FAIL! That is some immense additions! Really love “Once Upon a Time in Mexico”. Such a great film, and Depp is superb in it.

    I WANT TO WATCH ALL THE MOVIES YOU LISTED DAMMIT!

  • Reply
    Trashy
    February 2, 2013

    But where’s “The Sensuous Nurse?”

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