The streaming giant added a new array of cult favorites - including 80's dance flicks, Spaghetti Westerns, and more Kevin Spacey - to it's ever-growing collection last month. 

Patriot Games (1992)

Let's be real, no actor loves his country more than Harrison Ford, especially in this thriller sequel to The Hunt for Red October, based on the Tom Clancy novel of the same name.  

The Usual Suspects (1995)

Netflix cannot get enough of their poster boy Kevin Spacey and recently adding the endlessly quotable heist classic to their archive. Through a series of flashbacks and voiceovers, Roger "Verbal" Kint (Spacey) recants, in that oh-so-familiar way of his, the events leading up to his arrest by the FBI.

Harold and Maude (1972)

He’s obsessed with dying and she lives life to the fullest. Stealing cars, attending strangers’ funerals, and conniving against a very uptight Vivian Pickles - the most unlikely, most unconventional love story unfolds showing us that growing up and growing old might have more in common than we might think.

Airplane! (1980)

The Zucker brothers’ slapstick cult favorite has been added along with Airplane II: The Sequel. So find your seat, buckle in, and no matter what you do – don’t call me Shirley.

Marathon Man (1976)

Dustin Hoffman always seems to be stuck in the wrong place at the wrong time. In this mishap he’s caught in the middle of a Nazi conspiracy, gets mixed up in a heist, and the only police that could help him are of course corrupt. 

Day of the Dead (1985)

After basically inventing contemporary zombie horror with Night of the Living Dead, George A. Romero added Day to the collection after Dawn. It’s everything you love about zombie flicks – the ominous soundtrack, blood curdling shrieks, and of course, flesh-eating monsters.

Sunset Boulevard (1950)

One of Billy Wilder’s many noir gems, see William Holden try to desperately make a buck writing a screenplay for his totally insane new roommate, Norma Desmond, a former silent-film star who got lost in the switch to talkies. 

Flashdance (1983)

It’s audition season! If you’re looking for some inspiration, break out your spanx, legwarmers, and off-the-shoulder sweatshirt and get ready to blast "What a Feeling."

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)

The Sergio Leone pinnacle is now available along with the A Fistful of Dollars. See Clint and Eli Wallach in the most notable Spaghetti Western of all time.

Jesus Christ Superstar (1973)

Based on the satirical, outlandish rock opera by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice – it’s the ultimate popularity contest between Jesus and Judas set to a wild, memorable soundtrack.