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Last week, Netflix added a childhood favorite of mine to their instant stream, John Carpenter's "Children of the Damned". This week, they continue with the childhood favorites with two of my favorite remakes from back in the day.

With "Paranormal Activity 2" being release this Thursday at midnight, what better time than to view the original? Are you in luck! It's available to stream via Netflix!

I know this type of movie isn't everyone's bowl of wax, but I love it. It just goes to show that a good movies doesn't need to be loaded with 3D, massive CGI, a huge budget and cheap scares to be entertaining.

When I was just a young lad the Garbage Pail Kids were just about the greatest thing ever invented. For those of you too young, old or homely to remember them, the Garbage Pail Kids were nothing more than trading cards with childish gross out images made to look like Cabbage Patch Kids. I’m not going to go over what those were, I don't have time to explain the entire decade to you.

Rejoice fine people, you can now see Willem Dafoe's bare ass without having to leave the comfort of your own home. In other words "Antichrist" is now streaming on Netflix. And based on John's review this week it's worth a view.

The New Xbox Experience (NXE) was shipped with the promise of all of these amazing features, many of which were sadly absent from the first iteration. Although there are many more to come, a lot of these features will be popping up for "selected users" next week, including the one I'm most excited about, Movie Parties on Netflix!

One of the best limited release horror films from the last few years, "Signal" is now available for free streaming from Netflix.

Been dying to check out the festival hit "Timecrimes", but haven't had a chance to pick it up yet? Well, here's your chance to stream it online, as it's now available for Netflix streaming.

Casey enjoyed it, and it's been getting rave reviews all across the online movie world. Now's your chance to see it, before the planned American remake drops in 2011.

A man accidentally gets into a time machine and travels back in time nearly an hour. Finding himself will be the first of a series of disasters of unforeseeable consequences.

It's moments like these when having Netflix is worth its weight in gold. Added just a few days ago, you can now check out Bruce Campbell's pet project, "My Name is Bruce", streaming straight from their site. The plot is very "Three Amigos", with a small town kidnapping Bruce and tasking him with taking out a local demon. It's not perfect, but as you can see from my review, there's a lot to like.

I'm now 4 films into my "Horror Re-Education" campaign. This one, "Bloodsucking Freaks", was my selection for a particularly caffeine-fueled Sunday afternoon. Man, I had no idea what I was in for.

Today on the Netflix streaming block, the classic from 1983, "Twilight Zone: The Movie". Directed by both John Landis and Joe Dante, the film is known not only for the unfortunate events that happened on the set, but also for being a pretty kick-ass adaptation of the classic TV series. Just another in a long line of great horror gems available for free streaming from Netflix. So, what are you waiting for!

Four horror/sci-fi segments directed by four famous directors which are their own versions of classic stories from Rod Serling's landmark television series.