We at Scifind LOVE Netflix.
But in order to educate the masses about what we love, Netflix UK need to start streaming the below TV and Movies!
Thoughts, comments and other suggestions welcome!
10) Buffy The Vampire Slayer
Seriously! I have to tell you what Buffy is? – Go buy the DVDs and get educated!
Spin off of above.
8) The A Team (Classic TV Series)
Classic 1980’s TV series, don’t you people know anything!
MacGyver is an American action-adventure television series created by Lee David Zlotoff. Henry Winkler and John Rich were the executive producers. The show ran for seven seasons on ABC in the United States and various other networks abroad from 1985 to 1992
Gerry Anderson & Christopher Burr’s Terrahawks, simply referred to as Terrahawks, was a 1980s British science fiction television series produced by Anderson Burr Pictures and created by the production team of Gerry Anderson and Christopher Burr. The show was Anderson’s first in over a decade to utilize puppets for its characters; to date, it is also his last. Anderson’s previous puppet-laden TV series included Thunderbirds and Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons.
Chocky 1984 TV series based on ascience fiction novel by John Wyndham, first published in 1968
4) ALL DOCTOR WHO EVER
And yes, including K9 and Company and the Peter Cushing movies.
3) EVERY DAN AYKROYD MOVIE FROM THE 1980s
In the 1980s Dan Aykroid was the king of American Movie Comedy
2) Blake’s 7
Blake’s 7 is a British science fiction television series produced by the BBC for broadcast on BBC1. Four 13-episode series of Blake’s 7 were broadcast between 1978 and 1981. It was created by Terry Nation, who was also creator of the Daleks for Doctor Who. The script editor was Chris Boucher. The series was inspired by a range of fictional media including The Dirty Dozen, Robin Hood, Brave New World, Star Trek, classic Westerns and real-world political conflicts in South America and Israel.
1) Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace
Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace is a British dark comedy show made for Channel 4 by Matthew Holness and Richard Ayoade. Following on from Garth Marenghi’s Netherhead, which won the 2001 Perrier Awards, the show revolves around fictional horror author Garth Marenghi (played by Holness) and his publisher Dean Learner (played by Ayoade).
Darkplace is presented as a lost classic: a television series produced in the 1980s, though never broadcast at the time. The presentation features commentary from many of the “original” cast, where characters such as “Marenghi” and “Learner” reflect on making the show. Darkplace parodies numerous aspects of ’80s low-budget television, including fashion, special effects, production gaffs, and music, as well as the widespread practice of including commentary tracks on DVD releases of old films and television shows.
Sound good? You can buy the DVDs if you think so!
(program descriptions adapted from Wikipedia)