U.S. Paid Streaming Movies
Your boyfriend Bradley Cooper and your girlfriend Jennifer Lawrence work through their craziness. And not cute craziness either.
The thinking teen's supernatural drama.
When you want violence and bad language, it's Tarantino or bust.
Swedish vampires don't screw around. This is a terrifying film — and no one even puts together Ikea furniture in it.
It's a tossup between this and the American remake, but the dryness of the original British version serves the material better.
Funny horror! Scary hilarity! All that and more in the titular cabin in the woods!
One of the weirdest movies ever made, but its weirdness is directly proportional to its greatness. Also, it has puppets.
Ryan Gosling and Michelle Williams are definitely sad and maybe in love. A tough, but incredible watch.
Canada Paid Streaming Movies
Top British talent retire to India and hilarity/poignancy ensues.
Cocaine's a hell of a drug.
Ugh, I'm done with zombies. — You. And yet you WILL watch this movie and you WILL laugh. It's a guarantee.
The life and times of amusement park employees, featuring Jesse Eisenberg and a non-catatonic Kristen Stewart.
Arguably the greatest film of all time featuring a shirtless Ricardo Montalbán and a bewigged William Shatner.
Your dad probably loves this movie — and with good reason.
We are shocked, SHOCKED that Viggo Mortensen could play a weirdo creeper with a past. We are also shocked that David Cronenberg could direct such a thing.
UK Paid Streaming Movies
Maggie Smith and Michael Gambon in a dramedy about elderly musicians? Let the bon mots fly!
Helen Hunt and John Hawkes negotiate the world of sex and disability in this affecting 2012 indie drama.
Sally Hawkins is always charming. Dress her up in Biba and she's doubly so. As a 1960's factory worker fighting for equal pay, she's basically the best.
Stunning British documentary on one of the greatest Formula One competitors in history.
Lars von Trier (aka The King of Bleak) basically tells us all to calm down. It's just the end of the world.
Joe Cornish's sci-fi surprise should have gotten more exposure than it did. It's uniquely funny, often terrifying, and has a soundtrack by Basement Jaxx.