Scrolling through Netflix with nothing to watch, spending your time scrolling through categories, trying to track down the perfect film to watch, this is the best place to be. This is a list compiled for every man to see on Netflix right now. In addition, there are films, television shows, and Netflix originals to look out for in the future. Enough with the overlooked gems, let’s get to business.
Stephen King brought a freak’s worst nightmare to life. Mainly focusing on the struggles of a woman shackled by her personal demons, haunting memories, and a dog.
If you’ve loved saw and insidious you’re missing out on this one. A ghost movie where the ghost isn’t in sheets, except for that one part.
Although it drags the ending is worth it. A broken man attends a dinner party hosted by his ex-wife, but that is not the awkward part.
Two Korean-American brothers run their family’s shoe store on the day of the 1992 LA riots.
It Follows is different, but it’s kind of worth a watch.
The best suggestion is to watch Goodfellas first, to just see the chemistry between Robert Dinero and Joe Pesci. Casino tells the story of the rise and fall of a gambling empire with the addition of a bloody pen and ditch digging.
A thought-provoking documentary that focuses on the criminalization and incarnation of African Americans.
In 2018, Se7en remains to be a gritty, dirty, twisted thriller and that’s why it on the list. The story follows two detectives as they play a cat and mouse game to catch a serial killer who admires the seven deadly sins.
Martin Scorsese will always be one of the greatest storytellers ever. A mob movie for the ages which tells the real-life story of mob member Henry Hill.
Squimish beware, this is a hard one to stomach. Raw explores a how far a vegetarian teen will go for acceptance.
The title implies just that. This thriller starring Robert Dinero and Al Pacino reveals that one side of the law isn’t that much different from the other.
Full Metal Jacket
Watching this it’s understandable why the marines aren’t for the weak of heart. Basic training isn’t a breeze for new Marines at the height of the Viet Cong war. In honor of the late great R Lee Ermey, don’t be Private Pyle.
This action/thriller follows a explosives disposal members of the U.S Army.
Quentin Tarantino, WW2, Nazis, cowboys with fake accents, revenge, and a bat. Is there anymore convincing needed.
All legends aren’t remembered if you’re a true fan you know this. Following the real-life battle rap queen Roxanne Shanté.
No matter how big of a person you might feel you are this will break you down. Director Ryan Coogler explores the life of Oscar Grant.
A movie where doesn’t shout profanities, but you’ll still recognize him as that guy. Focusing on a newly married interracial couple as they attempt to settle into their neighborhood, but there’s always that one person.
Seven Seconds (Season 1)
The death of an African American teen, a young white officer, and a real-world law system. This anthological crime thriller rolls the controversy with law enforcement, race, and media into a ball of tension.
Four university friends reunite for a nice hike through the Scandinavian wilderness, but things become extremely not nice when they realize they’re being stalked by an ancient evil.
Rapture (Season 1)
An eight-part documentary focusing on hip-hop’s rise, grinds, and glory times of some of the most notable artist, such artists as Nas, T.I., and Logic.