If you’ve been paying much attention to Netflix news in the past week, you’ve probably heard the term “Streamageddon” bandied about, as allegedly sharp-eyed Netflix streaming trackers rang doomsday bells over the loss of hundreds of titles from the MGM library as of May 1.  It’s true that plenty of titles, many of which are certainly of note to the exploitation film fan, were removed from the service due to contracts ending – my own queue dropped from 497 to 465 overnight. Slate even threw Warner Archive under the bus for reasons unknown, especially as it could easily be garnered by a quick look at the titles that most of the expiring films were licensed from MGM.

But it’s not the end of the world, especially as several hundred MGM archive titles came back to streaming this morning, including recommended psychotronic faves like BAD TIMING: A SENSUAL OBSESSION, BOBBIE JO AND THE OUTLAW and LITTLE CIGARS.  Keep calm and check your queue.

The problem is that many users have the idea of Netflix being the end-all, be-all of movie streaming, and that’s certainly the reputation that the service wanted to promote at first.  But the idea of streaming content to your home television is still in its infancy, and as other streaming services and options have popped up over the last few years, it’s quickly become obvious that there will not be one service to rule them all.  The ability to have multiple streaming content providers is already fairly common, and it’s looking as though it will be more likely for users in the future to have a combination of streaming options that best suit their tastes, each with their own pricing and contractually unique content.  Sure, this means that you’ll have to shell out more than eight bucks a month in order to get multiple services, but it’s still a hell of a lot cheaper than cable. 

And while we’re at it, let’s get into all of the people whining about Netflix’s selection.  Netflix doesn’t have an issue with selection – there’s already more on my queue than I’ll ever have time to watch.  Netflix isn’t a video store that has everything, and it’s never going to be.  Turning on Netflix with the idea that you’re going to find a specific movie to watch is a losing concept, as the odds (Amount of movies in existence:Amount of movies available on streaming) are not in your favor.   You can’t go into the service with the idea that you’re going to find everything you want.

The best way to use Netflix is to browse – to wander around the site like you would a great video store in which a good chunk of the new releases happen to be out.  The problem is that the interface is poorly thought out for doing this – it’s so hard to find your way to the more interesting, obscure titles that most people don’t bother.  Higher use of social networking features, the ability to do public lists and to potentially have guests “curate” specific areas might help the service, to give it more of a “nontraditional video store” feel, but they seem to have been going backwards rather than forwards on these fronts.

The problem with Netflix isn’t “Streamageddon” – titles are going to come and go all the time, and if they end up on another streaming service, that’s just fine.  (Honestly, the more streaming services that are available, the more content there is available, and that can only be a good thing.)  I don’t think streaming will ever entirely replace having hard copies for the collector (for reasons best explained by our own Outlaw Vern here) but I’m optimistic for the potential to have otherwise difficult-to-see films in the living rooms all around the world.

Which brings us to this week’s Psychotronic Netflix column.  I wanted to do something counter to “Streamageddon” and focus on the titles that have been added to the service, rather than complain about the ones that aren’t there right now.   So instead of a mere ten titles, here are over a hundred psychotronic titles of note that have been added (or re-added) to the Netflix streaming service in the past month.  In the tradition of Psychotronic Magazine, I’ve divided them up into sub-groups for your reading pleasure.

New Releases (Mainstream)

The Cabin in the Woods (2012, Drew Goddard)  Kristen Connolly, Frank Kranz, Chris Hemsworth, Richard Jenkins, Amy Acker

The Paperboy (2012, Dir. Lee Daniels)  Matthew McConaughey, Nicole Kidman, Scott Glenn

ParaNorman (2012, Dir. Chris Butler, Sam Fell)  

Scream 4 (2011, Dir. Wes Craven)  David Arquette, Neve Campbell, Alison Brie

New Releases (Indie)

Arena (2011, Dir. Jonah Loop)  Samuel L. Jackson, Daniel Dae Kim, James Remar

Bad Kids Go to Hell (2012, Dir. Matthew Spradlin) Judd Nelson

John Dies at the End (2012, Dir. Don Coscarelli)  Clancy Brown,  Paul Giamatti

Rise of the Zombies (2012, Dir. Nick Lyon)  Danny Trejo, LeVar Burton, Mariel Hemingway, French Stewart

Storage 24 (2012, Dir. Johannes Roberts)

Other Recentish

Beowulf (2007, Dir. Robert Zemeckis) Ray Winstone, Anthony Hopkins, John Malkovich, Robin Wright, Brendan Gleeson, Crispin Glover

Trapped Ashes (2006, Dir. Sean S. Cunningham, Joe Dante, John Gaeta, Ken Russell, Monte Hellman)  Jayce Bartok, Henry Gibson, Dick Miller, John Saxon, Lara Harris

Trouble in the Air

Aces High (1976, Jack Gold) Malcolm McDowell, Christopher Plummer, Simon Ward, Ray Milland, John Gielgud

Airport (1970, Dir. George Seaton) Burt Lancaster, Dean Martin, Van Helfin, Helen Hayes, Jacqueline Bisset, Jean Seberg, George Kennedy, Maureen Stapleton

Airport ’77 (1977, Dir. Jerry Jameson) George Kennedy, Jack Lemmon, Lee Grant, Brenda Vaccaro, Christopher Lee, James Stewart, Olivia de Havilland, Joseph Cotton

Airport 1975 (1975, Dir. Jack Smight) George Kennedy, Charleton Heston, Karen Black, Linda Blair, Gloria Swanson, Efram Zimbalist Jr., Helen Reddy, Sid Caesar, Myrna Loy

Flight of Black Angel (1991, Dir. Jonathan Mostow) Peter Strauss

Interceptor (1992, Dir. Michael Cohn) Andrew Divoff, Jurgen Prochnow

Into the Sun (1992, Dir. Fritz Kiersch) Michael Pare, Anthony Michael Hall, Terry Kiser, Michael St. Gerard

Trouble in the Water

Blood Waters of Dr. Z (aka Zaat) (1971, Dir. Don Barton)

Blood Surf (2000, Dir. James D.R. Hickox) Duncan Regehr

Dead Tides (1997, Dir. Serge Rodnunsky) Roddy Piper, Tawny Kitaen, Miles O’Keeffe

Dead in the Water (2001, Dir. Gustavo Lipsztein) Henry Thomas, Dominique Swain

Orca the Killer Whale (1977, Dir. Michael Anderson) Richard Harris, Charlotte Rampling, Will Sampson, Bo Derek, Keenan Wynn

The Cast of Twin Peaks in Various Things

Child’s Play 2 (1990, Dir. John Lafia) Alex Vincent, Jenny Agutter, Gerrit Graham, Grace Zabriskie, Brad Dourif

Dead End (2003, Dir, Jean-Baptiste Andrea, Fabrice Canepa) Ray Wise, Lin Shaye

Ghost Cat (2003, Dir. Don McBrearty)  Michael Ontkean, Ellen Page, Shirley Knight

Route 9 (1998, Dir. David Mackay)  Kyle MacLachlan, Peter Coyote, Amy Locane, Scott Coffey

The Servants of Twilight (1991, Jeffrey Obrow) Belinda Bauer, Bruce Greenwood, Carel Struycken, Grace Zabriskie

‘80s Horror

Aberration (1997, Dir. Tim Boxell) Pamela Gidley, Simon Bossell, Monster geckos

The Brain (1988, Dir. Ed Hunt) Tom Bresnahan, David Gale

Hellgate (1989, Dir. William A. Levey) Ron Palillo

The Sleeping Car (1990, Douglas Curtis)  David Naughton, Kevin McCarthy, Jeff Conaway

‘90s Horror

Bruiser (2000, Dir. George Romero) Jason Flemyng, Peter Stormare, Tom Atkins

Disturbing Behavior (1998, Dir. David Nutter) James Marsden, Katie Holmes, Steve Railsback, Bruce Greenwood, William Sadler

A Demon in My View (1991, Dir. Petra Haffter) Anthony Perkins, Sophie Ward

Leprechaun 2 (1994, Dir. Rodman Flender) Warwick Davis

Milo (1998, Dir. Pascal Franchot) Antonio Fargas, Richard Portnow, Vincent Schiavelli

Pinocchio’s Revenge (1996, Dir. Kevin S. Tenney) Larry Cedar

Proteus (1995, Dir. Bob Keen) Doug Bradley, Craig Fairbrass

2000s Horror

Deathwatch (2001, Dir. Michael J. Bassett) Jamie Bell, Andy Serkis

The Invitation (2003, Dir. Pat Bermal) Lance Henriksen

Susan Strasberg Has a Native American Growing Out of Her Neck

The Manitou (1978, Dir. William Girdler) Tony Curtis, Susan Strasberg, Stella Stevens, Michael Ansara, Burgess Meredith


Abbott and Costello: Africa Screams (1949, Dir. Charles Barton)

Brewster’s Millions (1945, Dir. Allan Dwan) Dennis O’Keefe, Helen Walker, Eddie “Rochester” Anderson

The Crystal Ball (1943, Dir. Elliott Nugent) Ray Milland, Paulette Goddard

The House Across the Bay (1940, Dir. Archie Mayo) George Raft, Joan Bennett, Walter Pidgeon

Madchen in Uniform (1958, Dir. Geza von Radvanyl)  Lilli Palmer, Romy Schneider

Raw Deal (1948, Dir. Anthony Mann)  Dennis O’Keefe, Claire Trevor, John Ireland, Raymond Burr


Let the Devil Wear Black (1999, Dir. Stacy Title) Jonathan Penner, Norman Reedus, Jacqueline Bisset, Mary-Louise Parker, Chris Sarandon, Philip Baker Hall

Looking for Richard (1996, Dir. Al Pacino) Al Pacino, Alec Baldwin, Harris Yulin

Fred Olen Ray

Bad Girls from Mars (1991, Dir. Fred Olen Ray) Edy Williams, Brinke Stevens, Jay Richardson

Beverly Hills Vamp (1989, Dir. Fred Olen Ray) Eddie Deezen, Britt Ekland, Michelle Bauer, Robert Quarry, Jay Richardson

Fugitive Mind (199, Dir. Fred Olen Ray) Michael Dudikoff, Michelle Greene, Heather Langenkamp, David Hedison, Ian Ogilvy, Gil Gerard, Barry Newman, Chick Vennera


The Black Godfather (1974, Dir. John Evans) Rod Perry, Jimmy Witherspoon

The Black Klansman (1966, Dir. Ted V. Mikels) Richard Gilden, Max Julien

Brotherhood of Death (1976, Dir. Bill Berry) Roy Jefferson

Buffalo Soldier (1970, Dir. John “Bud” Cardos) Robert DoQui, Isaac Fields, Isabel Sanford, Cesar Romero

One Down, Two to Go (1976, Dir. Fred Williamson) Fred Williamson, Jim Brown, Jim Kelly, Richard Roundtree, Joe Spinell

Slaves (1969, Dir. Herbert J. Biberman)  Dionne Warwick, Ossie Davis, Stephen Boyd

‘80s and ‘90s Sci-Fi

Bombshell (1996, Dir. Patrick Wynne) Henry Thomas, Madchen Amick, Frank Whaley, Brion James, Martin Hewitt, Shawnee Smith

Cherry 2000 (1987, Dir. Steve De Jarnatt) Melanie Griffith, David Andrews, Tim Thomerson, Ben Johnson, Brion James

The Colony (1998, Dir. Peter Geiger) James Avery

Crossworlds (1996, Dir. Krishna Rao) Rutger Hauer, John Charles, Andrea Roth, Jack Black

Death Machine (1994, Dir. Stephen Norrington) Brad Dourif, William Hootkins

Evolver (1995, Dir. Mark Rosman) Ethan Embry, John de Lancie, Cindy Pickett

Heatseeker (1995, Dir. Albert Pyun) Norbert Weisser, Gary Daniels, Thom Mathews, Tim Thomerson

Prototype X29A (1992, Dir. Phillip J. Roth)

Michael Ironside                

Nowhere to Hide (1987, Dir. Mario Azzopardi) Michael Ironside, Amy Madigan, Maury Chaykin

Portraits of a Killer (1996, Dir. Bill Corcoran) Jennifer Grey, Michael Ironside, Costas Mandylor

Probable Cause (1994, Dir. Paul Ziller) Michael Ironside, Kate Vernon

Forgotten Indie Comedies

And God Spoke (1993, Arthur Borman) Michael Riley, Soupy Sales, Lou Ferrigno, Eve Plumb

At Home with the Webbers (1993, Dir. Brad Marlowe) Jennifer Tilly, Jeffrey Tambor, David Arquette

Cold Feet (1989, Dir. Robert Dornhelm) Keith Carradine, Sally Kirkland, Tom Waits, Bill Pullman, Rip Torn

The Favor, the Watch and the Very Big Fish  (1991, Dir. Ben Lewin) Bob Hoskins, Jeff Goldblum, Natasha Richardson, Angela Pleasence

The Next Big Thing (2001, Dir. P.J. Posner) Chris Eigeman, Connie Britton, Farley Granger

Twister (1989, Dir. Michael Almereyda)  Suzy Amis, Crispin Glover, Harry Dean Stanton, Jenny Wright, Dylan McDermott, William Burroughs

Forgotten Indie Dramas

Diamond Men (2000, Dir. Dan Cohen) Robert Forster, Donnie Wahlberg, Bess Armstong, Jasmine Guy

The Man in the Moon (1991, Dir. Robert Mulligan) Reese Witherspoon, Sam Waterston, Jason London

‘90s Action                           

Body Armor (1998, Dir. Jack Gill)  Matt McColm, Ron Perlman, Carol Alt, Clint Howard

Extreme Justice (1993, Dir. Mark L. Lester) Lou Diamond Phillips, Scott Glenn, Yaphet Kotto, Andrew Divoff

Final Mission (1994, Dir. Lee Redmond) Billy Wirth, Steve Railsback, Corbin Bernsen, Frank Zagarino

First Light (1992, Dir. Bob Misiorowski) Michael Pare

No More Dirty Deals (1993, Dir. David J. Schweitzer) Taimak

Hammer Acts

One Man’s Justice (1995, Dir. Kurt Wimmer) Brian Bosworth, Bruce Martin Payne, Jeff Kober, Hammer, Neil McDonough, M.C. Gainey

Lisa Loeb Acts    

Serial Killing 101 (2004, Dir. Trace Slobotkin) Thomas Haden Church, Lisa Loeb, Rick Overton

Kylie Minogue Acts

Street Fighter (1994, Dir. Steven De Souza)  Jean-Claude Van Damme, Raul Julia, Kylie Minogue, Wes Studi

Martial Arts?

Balance of Power (1996, Dir. Rick Bennett) Billy Blanks, Mako

Bloodsport 4: The Dark Kumite (1999, Dir. Elvis Restaino) Daniel Bernhardt

Crisis (1997, Dir. Jalal Merhi) David Bradley, Cameron Mitchell Jr.

Lethal Ninja (1993, Dir. Yossi Wein)

Screwball Comedy

Dangerous Curves (1989, Dir. David Lewis) Tate Donovan, Grant Heslov

Drop Dead Fred (1991, Dir. Ate de Jonh)  Phoebe Cates, Rik Mayall, Tim Matheson, Carrie Fisher

Erik the Viking (1989, Dir. Terry Jones) Tim Robbins, Mickey Rooney, Eartha Kitt, John Cleese, Terry Jones

Fast Break (1979, Dir. Jack Smight) Gabe Kaplan

The Godson (1998, Dir. Bob Hoge) Rodney Dangerfield, Kevin McDonald, Dom DeLouise, Lou Ferrigno

Zapped!  (1982, Dir. Robert J. Rosenthal)  Scott Baio, Willie Aames, Scatman Crothers

Roddy McDowall and Christopher Atkins Battle a Killer Baboon During Their Dungeons and Dragons Game

Shakma (1990, Dir. Tom Logan)  Christopher Atkins, Amanda Wyss, Roddy McDowall, Ari Meyers


Back of Beyond (1995, Dir. Michael Robertson) Paul Mercurio, Colin Friels

Frauds (1993, Dir. Stephan Elliott) Hugo Weaving, Phil Collins

Money Movers (1978, Dir. Bruce Beresford)

Nightmaster (1986, Dir. Mark Joffe) Nicole Kidman

Recent Foreign Genre Films

Vidocq (2001, Dir. Pitof) Gerard Depardieu

Daywatch (2006, Dir. Timur Bekmambetov)

Dumplings (2004, Dir. Fruit Chan) Bai Ling, Tony Leung Ka Fai

The Eye 2 (2004, Danny Pang, Oxide Pang Chun)

Irreversible (2002, Dir. Gaspar Noe) Monica Bellucci, Vincent Cassel

Ju-on: The Grudge (2002, Dir. Takashi Shimizu)

The Man from Nowhere (2010, Dir. Jeong-beom Lee)

Misguided English Language Films from Foreign Directors

Crimetime (1996, Dir. George Sluizer) Stephen Baldwin, Pete Postlethwaite, Geraldine Chaplin, Sadie Forst, Karen Black, Marianne Faithfull

Mission: Impossible II (2000, Dir. John Woo) Tom Cruise, Dougray Scott, Brendan Gleeson, Thandie Newton, Ving Rhames

Camp Classics

Can’t Stop the Music (1980, Dir. Nancy Walker) Village People, Bruce Jenner, Steve Guttenberg, Valerie Perrine

Moment by Moment (1978, Dir. Jane Wagner) Lily Tomlin, John Travolta

Rosanna Arquette    

Pulp Fiction (1994, Dir. Quentin Tarantino)  Julia Sweeney, Frank Whaley

Sweet Revenge (1990, Dir. Charlotte Brandstrom)  Carrie Fisher, Rosanna Arquette

Serial Killers

Carl Panzram: The Spirit of Hatred and Vengeance (2011, Dir. John Borowski)  John Di Maggio

Chicago Massacre: Richard Speck (2007, Dir. Michael Feifer) Andrew Divoff, Debbie Rochon, Tony Todd, Corin Nemec

Dead Beat (1994, Dir. Adam Dubov) Bruce Ramsay, Balthazar Getty, Meredith Salenger, Sara Gilbert

Drfiter: Henry Lee Lucas (2009, Dir. Michael Feifer) Antonio Sabato Jr., John Diehl

Ed Gein: The Butcher of Plainfield (2006, Dir. Michael Feifer) Kane Hodder, Michael Berryman, Priscilla Barnes

I Survived BTK (2010, Marc Levitz)

Raising Jeffrey Dahmer (2006, Dir. Rich Ambler)  Bo Svenson

Ted Bundy (2008, Michael Feifer)  Corin Nemec, Kane Hodder

Serial Killers (Ulli Lommel Crapfests)

Curse of the Zodiac (2007, Dir. Ulli Lommel)

Nightstalker (2009, Dir. Ulli Lommel)

Son of Sam (2006, Ulli Lommel)

Ulli Lommel’s Black Dahlia (2006, Ulli Lommel) 

Serial Killers (Jack the Ripper)

Murder By Decree (1979, Dir. Bob Clark)  Christopher Plummer, James Mason, David Hemmings, Susan Clark, John Gielgud, Donald Sutherland

Ripper: Letter from Hell (2001, Dir. John Eyres) Bruce Martin Payne, Jurgen Prochnow

James Hong

Chinatown (1974, Dir. Roman Polanski) Jack Nicholson, Faye Dunaway, John Huston, Diane Ladd, James Hong

Safe (2012, Dir. Boaz Yakin)  Jason Statham, Chris Sarandon, James Hong

South Beach Academy (1996, Dir. Joe Esposito)  Corey Feldman, Al Lewis, Elizabeth Kaitan, James Hong

Weird Family Films

The Christmas That Almost Wasn’t (1966, Dir. Rossano Brazzi)

The Magic of the Golden Bear: Goldy III (1994, Dir. John Quinn) Cheech Marin, Mr. T, George “Buck” Flower

‘80s Thrillers

Chinese Boxes (1984, Dir. Christopher Petit) Will Patton, Robbie Coltrane, L.M. “Kit” Carson       

F/X (1986, Dir. Robert Mandel) Bryan Brown, Brian Dennehy, Cliff De Young, Jerry Orbach

Hot Target (1985, Dir. Dennis C. Lewiston) Simone Griffeth

The Manhattan Project (1986, Dir. Marshall Brickman) John Lithgow, Cynthia Nixon, John Mahoney

Masquerade (1988, Dir. Bob Swaim) Rob Lowe, Meg Tilly, Kim Cattrall, John Glover

Sequels to Movies You Weren’t Aware of in the First Place

Fast Getaway II (1994, Dir. Oley Sassone) Corey Haim, Leo Rossi, Cynthia Rothrock

Married People, Single Sex 2 (1995, Dir. Mike Sedan) Kathy Shower, Monique Parent


Dalekmania (1995, Dir. Kevin Daniels)

Fightville (2011, Dir. Petra Epperlein, Michael Tucker)

Just Like Being There (2012, Dir. Scot Shannon)

Meet the Fokkens (Ouwehoeren)  (2011, Dir. Gabrielle Provaas, Rob Schroder)

Sick: The Life and Death of Bob Flanagan, Supramasochist (1997, Dir. Kirby Dick)

Cheapo Stalker Movies from the ‘90s

Cupid (1997, Dir. Doug Campbell) Zach Galligan, Ashley Laurence, Mary Crosby

Daddy’s Girl (1996, Dir. Martin Kitrosser)  William Katt, Michele Greene, Mimi Craven, Whip Hubley

The Landlady (1998, Dir. Robert Malenfant) Talia Shire

Man of Her Dreams (1997, Dir. Martin Kitrosser) William R. Moses, Lysette Anthony

The Nurse (1997, Dir. Robert Malenfant) Sherrie Rose, John Stockwell, Lisa Zane, Jane Underwood, William R. Moses

Out of Control (1998, Dir. Richard Trevor) Sean Young, Tom Conti

The Stepdaughter (2000, Dir. Peter Liapis) Andrea Roth, Cindy Pickett, Gil Gerard

‘90s Thrillers with Kari Wuhrer

Boulevard (1994, Dir. Penelope Buitenhuis) Lou Diamond Phillips, Rae Dawn Chong, Kari Wuhrer, Lance Henriksen

Kate’s Addiction (1999, Dir. Eric DelaBarre) Kari Wuhrer, Farrah Forke

‘90s Thrillers with C. Thomas Howell

Hitman’s Run (1999, Dir. Mark L. Lester) Eric Roberts, C. Thomas Howell, Farrah Forke, Michael D. Roberts

Hourglass (1996, Dir. C. Thomas Howell) C. Thomas Howell, Terry Kiser, Ed Begley Jr., Timothy Bottoms

To Protect and Serve (1992, Dir. Eric Weston)  C. Thomas Howell, Lezlie Deane

Other ‘90s Thrillers

Angel 4: Undercover (1993, Dir. Richard Schenkman) Darlene Vogel, Mark DeCarlo, Peter Jurasik, Roddy McDowall

Canvas  (1992, Dir. Alain Zaloum) Gary Busey, John Rhys-Davies

The Highwayman (1999, Dir. Keoni Waxman)  Stephen McHattie, Jason Priestley, Louis Gossett Jr., Laura Harris

The Lost Son (1999, Dir. Chris Menges) Daniel Auteil, Natassja Kinski, Katrin Cartlidge

Wilder (2000, Dir. Rodney Gibbons)  Pam Grier, Rutger Hauer

Based on a Comic

Faust: Love of the Damned (2000, Dir. Brian Yuzna) Jeffrey Combs, Andrew Divoff

Popeye (1980, Dir. Robert Altman) Robin Williams, Shelley Duvall, Paul L. Smith, Ray Walston


Confessions of Tom Harris (1969, Dir. John Derek)  Don Murray, Linda Evans, Angelique Pettyjohn, Logan Ramsey

Run, Angel, Run!  (1969, Dir. Jack Starrett)  William Smith, Margaret Markov


Deadly Hero (1975, Dir. Ivan Nagy) Don Murray, James Earl Jones, Treat Williams

Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde (1971, Dir. Roy Ward Baker) Ralph Bates, Martine Beswick

Harry and Tonto (1974, Dir. Paul Mazursky) Art Carney, Ellen Burstyn

On the Yard (1978, Dir. Raphael D. Silver) John Heard, Lane Smith

The Three Musketeers (1973, Dir. Richard Lester)  Oliver Reed, Raquel Welch, Richard Chamberlain, Michael York, Christopher Lee, Geraldine Chaplin, Faye Dunaway, Joss Ackland, Charlton Heston


The Accused (1988, Jonathan Kaplan) Jodie Foster, Kellie McGillis, Leo Rossi, Steve Antin

Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo (Dir. Sam Firstenberg) Lucinda Dickey, Adolfo “Shabba Doo” Quinones

Broadway Danny Rose (1984, Dir. Woody Allen) Woody Allen, Mia Farrow, Nick Apollo Forte

Salome’s Last Dance (1988, Ken Russell)  Glenda Jackson

Tucker: The Man and His Dream (1988, Dir. Francis Ford Coppola)  Jeff Bridges, Joan Allen, Martin Landau, Dean Stockwell, Mako

Tales of Adventure

The Diamond Hunters (1975, Dir. Dirk de Villiers) Hayley Mills, David McCallum

Escape from Hell Island (1963, Dir. Mark Stevens)

Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins (1985, Dir. Guy Hamilton)  Fred Ward, Joel Grey, Wilford Brimley, Kate Mulgrew, Patrick Kilpatrick, Michael Pataki

The Return of a Man Called Horse (1976, Dir. Irvin Kershner) Richard Harris, Geoffrey Lewis

September Storm (1960, Dir. Brian Haskin)  Mark Stevens

Sword and Sandal

Hercules vs. the Hydra (1960, Dir. Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia) Mickey Hargitay, Jayne Mansfield

Hercules vs. Moloch (1963, Dir. Giorgio Ferroni) Gordon Scott

Lion of Thebes (1964, Dir. Giorgio Ferroni) Max Forest

Son of Hercules vs. Medusa (1963, Alberto De Martino) Richard Harrison


Anaconda (1997, Luis Llosa)

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    May 7, 2013

    It seems like Street Fighter was pulled almost immediately after it was added. I vigilantly scour InstantWatcher for new content daily, and while they have it listed just like you do, it cannot be found through a search, or added to your queue from their website.

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