New Netflix Instant Streaming for July 3rd, 2013 – Long List!

Movies

Is anyone interested in me listing new Amazon streaming titles? Of course I will still focus on 1990 and older.

  • 56 Up (2013) Part of a series of very interesting documentaries that follow a group of people every seven years.
  • And God Created Woman (1988) This is not the Brigitte Bardot version, but the Rebecca De Mornay version.
  • Antiques Roadshow 20 episodes of this enormously popular PBS show. Anytime we watch it, my wife says, “With all your junk, why don’t you own anything that worth that much?”
  • The Babysitter (1969) Exploitation/thriller.
  • Back to the Beach (1987) Frankie and Annette after 25 years.
  • The Bad News Bears in Breaking Training (1977) Sequel #1.
  • The Bad News Bears Go to Japan! (1978) Sequel #2.
  • Barefoot in the Park (1967) Robert Redford and Jane Fonda in a Neil Simon play put on the screen.
  • The Beat (1988) An inspirational teacher movie with David Jacobson, William McNamara, and Kara Glover. My wife in particular loves these.
  • Benny and Joon (1993) Probably to coincide with Depp’s new movie.
  • Big Doll House (1971) Women in prison movie directed by Jack Hill with one of his regular stars, Pam Grier.
  • The Big Fix (1978) I really, really liked this private film with Richard Dreyfuss when I watched it many years ago. There’s a hilarious scene with a cordless phone, which I had only heard about at the time. It’s about hippies trying to adapt to the 1970s and there’s some murder also.
  • Breakheart Pass (1975) It’s a Charles Bronson Western, and that should be enough, but check out this cast! Charles Bronson, The Mighty Ben Johnson, Richard Crenna, Jill Ireland, Charles Durning, Ed Lauter, Bill McKinney and David Huddleston!
  • Call Northside 777 (1948) Henry Hathaway directs this newspaper mystery with James Stewart, Richard Conte, and Lee J. Cobb.
  • Cleopatra (1963) At the time, the most expensive movie ever made, the most expensive flop, and the first million dollar salary to Elizabeth Taylor. This is the movie where she first got it on with Richard Burton.
  • Danny and the Dinosaur (1990) From the fabulous children’s book by Sid Hoff.
  • Deathsport (1978) One of the death-as-a-spectator-sport movies.
  • Don’t Look Now (1973) Julie Christie and Donald Sutherland.
  • Eat My Dust! (1976) Ron Howard in a Roger Coreman film.
  • Fat Man & Little Boy (1989) About the development of the Atomic Bomb with Paul Newman.
  • Flashdance (1983) Didn’t I just list this one recently?
  • The Fly 2 (1989) Eric Stoltz, who I always thought should have had a bigger career, and Daphne Zuniga.
  • Galaxy of Terror (1981) Roger Corman produced this bizarre flick.
  • Heaven Can Wait (1978) I like this film a lot. Warren Beatty, Dyan Cannon, Charles Grodin, Julie Christie, James Mason, and Jack Warden.
  • Hollywood Boulevard (1976)
  • Home Before Midnight (1979) A rock star is accused of raping a 14-year-old girl, and the media has passed the verdict of guilty.
  • Johnny Carson: King of Late Night (2012) Johnny is the man.
  • Ken Burns: Prohibition (2011) In fact, it looks like most if not all of Ken Burn’s docs are instant.
  • Less Than Zero (1987) One of the best looking 1980s movies. Jami Gertz has no small part in the previous statement.
  • The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane (1976) Jodie Foster.
  • Little Man Tate (1991) Jodie Foster.
  • Love Is a Many-Splendored Thing (1955) William Holden and Jenifer Jones in a melodrama.
  • Mary, Queen of Scots (1971) Vanessa Redgrave, Glenda Jackson, Patrick McGoohan, Timothy Dalton, Nigel Davenport, and Trevor Howard.
  • The Mighty Quinn (1989) Denzel Washington, James Fox, Mimi Rogers, The Mighty M. Emmet Walsh.
  • The Mouse and the Motorcycle (1986) Another wonderful children’s book.
  • Not of This Earth (1988) Some names involved with this one, Roger Corman, Jim Wynorski, Traci Lords.
  • The Parallax View (1974) Conspiracies! The 1970s! Warren Beatty! Alan J. Pakula!
  • The Public Eye (Follow Me!) (1971) British farce with Mia Farrow.
  • Ralph S. Mouse (1987) Children’s book. I think it’s the same mouse with a motorcycle.
  • The Red Shoes (1990) Cartoon based on Hans Christian Andersen.
  • Runaway Ralph (1988) Yes, this is the same mouse.
  • The Shadow Riders (1982) Not the best Western, but it’s got Tom Selleck and Sam Elliott, along with Ben Johnson. Directed by Andrew V. McLaglen.
  • Shoot Out (1971) Henry Hathaway Western with Gregory Peck.
  • The Snowy Day (1964) Another kid’s book!
  • Sorority House Massacre (1986) I just love names like this.
  • Starcrash (1979) Marjoe Gortner, Caroline Munro, Christopher Plummer, and David Hasselhoff! I never thought I’d type the name Christopher Plummer next to the name David Hasselhoff.
  • Terror Within (1989) It always cracks me up to see a movie like this with someone like George Kennedy in it.
  • TNT Jackson (1974)
  • Trekkies (1999) Documentary.
  • Twins (1988) Very funny concept.
  • Uncommon Valor (1983) Gene Hackman in a let’s-go-back-to-Nam-and-get-those-POWs movie.
  • Under Fire (1983) Nick Nolte, Ed Harris, Gene Hackman, and Joanna Cassidy.
  • The Very Hungry Caterpillar and Other Stories (1993) Another great kid’s book.
  • Where the Red Fern Grows (1974) Surprisingly good movie.
  • Blackenstein (1973)
  • Hell’s House (1932) The first really old one on here today.
  • Miami Connection (1987) Two words: Ninjas. Motorcycles. Has built a huge reputation around the Web as being amazingly audacious and pulling it off.
  • Of Human Bondage (1934) Bette Davis.
  • Rolling Thunder (1977) William Devane and Tommy Lee Jones so you know it’s good.

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4 thoughts on “New Netflix Instant Streaming for July 3rd, 2013 – Long List!

  1. Ken Burns’ Prohibition is excellent. I learned a ton and I saw it at the perfect time, as I’ve been watching a lot of prohibition era movies on TCM.

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