It’s that time again! Netflix is adding a bunch of new titles to their streaming service in April for your viewing pleasure, including Marvel’s new Daredevil series, but that’s not all. There are some great titles on this list, from old classics to new favorites, and a few gems for you to discover. New additions include Noah and Hot Fuzz, as well as a few of last year’s best horror films. Read on for your guide to the new releases hitting Netflix Instant in April.

April 2

29 Palms (2003): Starring Chris O'Donnell, Rachael Leigh Cook and Jeremy Davies. This is the story of a bag of money and the people who come into contact with it.

50 First Dates (2004): Starring Adam Sandler, Drew Barrymore and Rob Schneider. Henry Roth is a man afraid of commitment up until he meets the beautiful Lucy. They hit it off and Henry think he's finally found the girl of his dreams, until he discovers she has short-term memory loss and forgets him the very next day.

Affluenza (2014): Starring Ben Rosenfield, Gregg Sulkin and Steve Guttenberg. An aspiring young photographer finds himself caught up in a heady world of money, sex, and privilege when he moves to wealthy Long Island in the summer of 2008.

Agora (2009): Starring Rachel Weisz, Max Minghella and Oscar Isaac. A historical drama set in Roman Egypt, concerning a slave who turns to the rising tide of Christianity in the hope of pursuing freedom while falling in love with his mistress, the famous philosophy and mathematics professor Hypatia of Alexandria.

All Relative (2014): Starring Connie Nielsen, Jonathan Sadowski and Sara Paxton. Things couldn't be going better for Harry and Grace, a young New York City couple in love, until Grace's mother turns Harry's world upside down.

American Psycho (2000): Starring Christian Bale, Justin Theroux and Willem Dafoe. A wealthy New York investment banking executive hides his alternate psychopathic ego from his co-workers and friends as he escalates deeper into his illogical, gratuitous fantasies.

American Psycho 2 (2002): Starring Mila Kunis, William Shatner and Robin Dunne. A girl named Rachael Newman has developed a taste for murder and will stand at nothing to become a college professor's assistant.

Anatomy of a Love Seen (2014): Starring Jill Evyn, Sharon Hinnendael and Constance Brenneman. Two young actresses fall in love with each other while filming a lesbian love scene, then break up months later, and then are forced to reunite in order to re-shoot the love scene for the movie's distribution.

And Now … Ladies and Gentlemen… (2002): Starring Jeremy Irons, Patricia Kaas and Thierry Lhermitte. A jazz singer and a British jewel thief are brought together by their mutual desire to forget the past.

Angela's Ashes (1999): Starring Emily Watson, Robert Carlyle and Joe Breen. Based on the best-selling autobiography, this film follows young Frankie and his family as they immigrate back from New York to Limerick, where they struggle with a poverty-stricken nation.

Another Woman (1988): Starring Gena Rowlands, Mia Farrow and Ian Holm. Facing a mid-life crisis, a woman rents an apartment next to a psychiatrist's office to write a new book, only to become drawn to the plight of a pregnant woman seeking that doctor's help.

Autumn in New York (2000): Starring Winona Ryder, Richard Gere and Anthony LaPaglia. Romantic drama about an aging playboy who falls for a sweet, but terminally ill young woman.

Barnyard (2006): Starring Kevin James, Courteney Cox and Danny Glover. When the farmer’s away, all the animals play…and sing, and dance. Eventually, though, someone has to step in and run things, a responsibility that ends up going to Otis, a carefree cow.

The Beautician and the Beast (1997): Starring Fran Drescher, Timothy Dalton and Ian McNeice. A New York cosmetologist mistakenly thought to be a science teacher is offered a job to teach the children of an Eastern European dictator.

Bebe's Kids (1992): Starring Faizon Love, Vanessa Bell Calloway and Wayne Collins Jr. To impress his new girlfriend, a man agrees to look after her friend's kids, only to find that they are uncontrollably rambunctious.

Bella (2006): Starring Tammy Blanchard, Eduardo Verastegui and Manny Perez. Sooner or later every one of us will face an irreversible moment that will change our lives forever. If it hasn't happened to you will. Bella is a true love story about how one day in New York City changed three people forever.

Belly (1998): Starring DMX, Nas and Hassan Johnson. A pair of vicious black gangsters have spiritual awakenings.

Beyond Borders (2003): Starring Angelina Jolie, Clive Owen and Teri Polo. Moved by the pleas of a doctor and international humanitarian, wealthy socialite Sarah joins him in Ethiopia to help suffering people and romance ensues. Sarah returns home to her husband, but reunites with Nick over time in various exotic locations.

The Big Lebowski (1998): Starring Jeff Bridges, John Goodman and Steve Buscemi. "The Dude" Lebowski, mistaken for a millionaire Lebowski, seeks restitution for his ruined rug and enlists his bowling buddies to help get it.

Bloody Sunday (2002): Starring James Nesbitt, Allan Gildea and Gerard Crossan. A dramatization of the Irish civil rights protest march and subsequent massacre by British troops on January 30, 1972.

Blue State (2007): Starring Breckin Meyer, Anna Paquin and Joyce Krenz. A romantic comedy about a disgruntled Democrat who actually follows through on a drunken campaign promise to move to Canada if George "Dubya" Bush gets re-elected.

Bound (1996): Starring Jennifer Tilly, Gina Gershon and Joe Pantoliano. Corky, a tough female ex-con and her lover Violet concoct a scheme to steal millions of stashed mob money and pin the blame on Violet’s crooked boyfriend Caeser.

The Bounty (1984): Starring Mel Gibson, Anthony Hopkins and Laurence Olivier. After a month of battling sea squalls and the cruel reign of Capt. William Bligh, the HMS Bounty's crew at last finds respite on Tahiti. But the imperious Bligh soon wants to set sail, and first mate Fletcher Christian leads a full-blown revolt.

The Boy in the Striped Pajamas (2008): Starring Vera Farmiga, David Thewlis and Rupert Friend. Set during World War II, a story seen through the innocent eyes of Bruno, the eight-year-old son of the commandant at a concentration camp, whose forbidden friendship with a Jewish boy on the other side of the camp fence has startling and unexpected consequences.

Braveheart (1995): Starring Mel Gibson, Sophie Marceau and Patrick McGoohan. When his secret bride is executed for assaulting an English soldier who tried to rape her, William Wallace begins a revolt and leads Scottish warriors against the cruel English tyrant who rules Scotland with an iron fist.

Buffalo Soldiers (2001): Starring Joaquin Phoenix, Anna Paquin and Ed Harris. A criminal subculture operates among U.S. soldiers stationed in West Germany just before the fall of the Berlin wall.

Campaign of Hate (2014): Using interviews with real people and policymakers, this documentary explores Russia's anti-gay stance.

Chaos (2005): Starring Ryan Phillippe, Jason Statham and Wesley Snipes. Two cops, a rookie and a grizzled vet, pursue an accomplished bank robber.

Clockstoppers (2002): Starring Jesse Bradford, French Stewart and Paula Garces. A teenager accidentally activates a machine that enables him to speed up his body so that other people seem to be standing still.

Coldwater (2013): Starring PJ Boudousque, James C. Burns and Chris Petrovski. A teenage boy is sent to a juvenile reform facility in the wilderness. As we learn about the tragic events that sent him there, his struggle becomes one for survival with the inmates, counselors, and the retired war colonel in charge.

The Crocodile Hunter: Collision Course (2002): Starring Steve Irwin, Terry Irwin and Magda Szubanski. The Crocodile Hunter mistakes some CIA agents for poachers and sets out to stop them from capturing a wily croc which, unbeknownst to him, has swallowed a tracking drone.

Cujo (1983): Starring Dee Wallace, Danny Pintauro and Daniel Hugh Kelly. A friendly St. Bernard named "Cujo" contracts rabies and conducts a reign of terror on a small American town.

Dead Man Walking (1995): Starring Susan Sarandon, Sean Penn and Robert Prosky. A nun, while comforting a convicted killer on death row, empathizes with both the killer and his victim's families.

The Dead Zone (1983): Starring Christopher Walken, Brooke Adams and Tom Skerritt. A man awakens from a coma to discover he has a psychic detective ability.

Death in Paradise (2011): Starring Ben Miller, Sara Martins and Danny John-Jules. A British inspector is transferred to Saint-Marie's police department, but he hates the sun, sea, and sand. The series follow his investigations into murders on the island. Later series see another British DI head the investigative team.

Death Wish (1974): Starring Charles Bronson, Hope Lange and Vincent Gardenia. A New York City architect becomes a one-man vigilante squad after his wife is murdered by street punks in which he randomly goes out and kills would-be muggers on the mean streets after dark.

Death Wish 2 (1982): Starring Charles Bronson, Jill Ireland and Vincent Gardenia. Architect Paul Kersey once again becomes a vigilante when he tries to find the five street punks who murdered his daughter and housekeeper, this time on the dark streets of Los Angeles.

Deepsea Challenge (2014): A 3D documentary chronicling filmmaker James Cameron's diving expeditions in his Deepsea Challenger submersible.

The Devil's Rejects (2005): Starring Sheri Moon Zombie, Sid Haig and Bill Moseley. The murderous, backwoods Firefly family take to the road to escape a vengeful police force which is not afraid of being as ruthless as their target.

Disturbing Behavior (1998): Starring Katie Holmes, James Marsden and Nick Stahl. The new kid in town stumbles across something sinister about the town's method of transforming its unruly teens into upstanding citizens.

Down to Earth (2001): Starring Chris Rock, Regina King and Chazz Palminteri. After dying before his time, an aspiring comic gets a second shot at life…by being reincarnated as a wealthy but unlikeable businessman.

Down to You (2000): Starring Julia Stiles, Freddie Prinze Jr. and Selma Blair. A young man wins and loses the first serious love of his life.

Driving Miss Daisy (1989): Starring Morgan Freeman, Jessica Tandy and Dan Aykroyd. An old Jewish woman and her African-American chauffeur in the American South have a relationship that grows and improves over the years.

Drop Zone (1994): Starring Wesley Snipes, Gary Busey and Yancy Butler. A tough cop teams up with a professional skydiver to capture a renegade computer hacker on the run from the law.

Enter the Ninja (1981): Starring Franco Nero, Susan George and Sho Kosugi. After learning that his pal is being harassed by a land baron who has employed a ninja, ninjitsu-trained Cole is forced to put his life on the line.

The Escapist (2008): Starring Brian Cox, Damian Lewis and Joseph Fiennes. When Frank Perry, a con serving a life sentence, learns that his estranged daughter has fallen terminally ill, he enlists a hapless group of inmates to help him escape the maximum-security facility so he can reconcile with her before it's too late.

Five Minutes of Heaven (2009): Starring Liam Neeson, James Nesbitt and Anamaria Marinca. The story of former UVF member Alistair Little. 25 years after Little killed Joe Griffen's brother, the media arrange an auspicious meeting between the two.

Flesh and Blood (1985): Starring Rutger Hauer, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Tom Burlinson. After being tricked out of the spoils of war by a duplicitous feudal lord, a ruthless mercenary and his gang of ruffians retaliate by kidnapping the young beauty betrothed to the nobleman's son. This action-adventure is not for the squeamish.

Fly Me to the Moon (2008): Starring Christopher Lloyd, Kelly Ripa and Nicollette Sheridan. Three young houseflies stow away aboard the Apollo 11 flight to the moon.

Frankenstein (2004): Starring Parker Posey, Vincent Perez and Adam Goldberg. Two centuries after Mary Shelley's story took place, the mad scientist who made Frankenstein has figured out a way to keep himself and the creature alive. In present-day America, Detective O'Connor is investigating a slew of gruesome killings. When the trail leads her to the doctor and his creation, she discovers their bizarre development over the past 200 years as they've faced both good and evil.

Gladiator (2000): Starring Russell Crowe, Joaquin Phoenix and Connie Nielsen. When a Roman general is betrayed and his family murdered by an emperor's corrupt son, he comes to Rome as a gladiator to seek revenge.

Glengarry Glen Ross (1992): Starring Al Pacino, Jack Lemmon and Alec Baldwin. An examination of the machinations behind the scenes at a real estate office.

Godzilla (1998): Starring Matthew Broderick, Jean Reno and Vicki Lewis. An enormous, radioactively mutated lizard runs rampant in Manhattan.

Going Overboard (1989): Starring Adam Sandler, Peter Berg and Terry Moore. A struggling young comedian takes a menial job on a cruise ship where he hopes for his big chance to make it in the world of cruise ship comedy.

The Graduate (1967): Starring Dustin Hoffman, Anne Bancroft and Katharine Ross. A disillusioned college graduate finds himself torn between his older lover and her daughter.

Hercules in New York (1969): Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Arnold Stang and Deborah Loomis. Hercules is sent to Earth where he finds true love and starts a promising career in the bodybuilder business.

The Jewel in the Crown (1984): Starring Art Malik, Geraldine James and Saeed Jaffrey. In the last days of the British Raj, an educated young Indian man questions his ideals as he and a British woman are swept up by the changing tides.

Kicking and Screaming (1995): Starring Josh Hamilton, Olivia d'Abo and Parker Posey. Following graduation, a handful of college students do nothing and talk about it wittily.

Killer Legends (2014): This documentary explores some of the most fascinating and terrifying urban legends, and the true stories that may have inspired them.

The Last Samurai (2003): Starring Tom Cruise, Billy Connolly and Tony Goldwyn. An American military advisor embraces the Samurai culture he was hired to destroy after he is captured in battle.

Leprechaun 2 (1994): Starring Warwick Davis, Charlie Heath and Shevonne Durkin. Nearly 1,000 years ago, a malevolent leprechaun ripped through the countryside in search of his stolen pot of gold. Now, he's back in the big city, using his deadly charms to find and marry the girl of his nightmares.

Leprechaun 3 (1995): Starring Warwick Davis, John Gatins and Lee Armstrong. A mischievous, evil leprechaun toys with the fate of those who dare to make a wish on his gold coins.

Leprechaun 4: In Space (1997): Starring Warwick Davis, Brent Jasmer and Jessica Collins. Our deadly leprechaun is in space to woo a beautiful princess who is impressed with his gold and desires to separate him from it.

Leprechaun 5: In the Hood (2000): Starring Warwick Davis, Ice-T and Coolio. The evil leprechaun runs amok in the inner city of Compton, California.

Leprechaun 6: Back 2 tha Hood (2003): Starring Warwick Davis, Tangi Miller and Laz Alonso. When Emily Woodrow and her friends happen on a treasure chest full of gold coins, they fail to to heed the warnings of a wise old psychic who had foretold that they would encounter trouble with a very nasty and protective Leprechaun.

A Little Game (2014): Starring Ralph Macchio, Janeane Garofalo and F. Murray Abraham. Following the death of her beloved grandmother, an earthy 10-year-old girl named Max finds it difficult to connect with her rich uptown schoolmates. An unlikely friendship with a short-tempered chess master teaches Max to weather and welcome change.

The Longest Yard (2005): Starring Adam Sandler, Chris Rock and Burt Reynolds. Prison inmates form a football team to challenge the prison guards.

The Man Who Never Was (1956): Starring Clifton Webb, Gloria Grahame and Robert Flemyng. True story of a British attempt to trick the enemy into weakening Sicily's defenses before the 1943 attack, using a dead man with faked papers.

Mommie Dearest (1981): Starring Faye Dunaway, Diana Scarwid and Steve Forrest. Mommie Dearest, best selling memoir turned motion picture, depicts the abusive and traumatic adoptive upbringing of Christina Crawford at the hands of her mother...screen queen Joan Crawford.

My Bloody Valentine (1981): Starring Paul Kelman, Laurie Hallier and Neil Affleck. A decades old folk tale surrounding a deranged murderer killing those who celebrate Valentine's Day, turns out to be true to legend when a group defies the killer's order and people start turning up dead.

National Security (2003): Starring Martin Lawrence, Steve Zahn and Colm Feore. Two mismatched security guards are thrown together to bust a smuggling operation.

Natural Born Killers: Director's Cut (1994): Starring Woody Harrelson, Juliette Lewis and Robert Downey Jr. Two victims of traumatized childhoods become lovers and psychopathic serial murderers irresponsibly glorified by the mass media.

Night Train to Munich (1940): Starring Margaret Lockwood, Rex Harrison and Paul Henreid. Germans invading Czechoslovakia on the eve of World War II capture top scientist Axel Bomasch and his beautiful daughter, Anna. But there's hope in the form of dashing British agent Gus Bennett, who poses as a German officer to effect a rescue.

Nine to Five (1980): Starring Lily Tomlin, Dolly Parton and Jane Fonda. Three female employees of a sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot find a way to turn the tables on him.

Nurse (2014): Starring Paz de la Huerta, Katrina Bowden and Judd Nelson. By day, Abby Russell is a dedicated nurse, but by night, she lures cheating men to their brutal deaths and exposes them for who they really are.

Open Water (2004): Starring Blanchard Ryan, Daniel Travis and Saul Stein. Based on the true story of two scuba divers accidentally stranded in shark infested waters after their tour boat has left.

Open Water 2: Adrift (2006): Starring Susan May Pratt, Richard Speight Jr. and Niklaus Lange. Old high school friends set sail on a yacht for a party cruise weekend that turns into their worst nightmare. Forgetting to let down the ladder, the group decides to go for a dip. Realizing their mistake, panic sets in and the clock starts ticking.

Our Paradise (2011): Starring Stephane Rideau, Dimitri Durdaine and Beatrice Dalle. When an aging male prostitute in Paris rescues an unconscious young drifter in a park, the two men become lovers and accomplices. They take up the habit of robbing their clients, but their pasts soon catch up with them.

The Phantom of the Opera (1989): Starring Robert Englund, Jill Schoelen and Bill Nighy. A darker version of the classic Gaston Leroux novel. A young soprano becomes the obsession of a horribly disfigured composer who has plans for those oppose himself or the young singer.

The Punisher (2004): Starring Thomas Jane, John Travolta and Rebecca Romijn. An undercover FBI agent becomes a vigilante assassin and sets out to unleash vengeance upon the corrupt businessman who slew his family.

Racing Stripes (2005): Starring Bruce Greenwood, Hayden Panettiere and Gary Bullock. An abandoned zebra grows up believing he is a racehorse, and, with the help of his barnyard friends and a teenage girl, sets out to achieve his dream of racing with thoroughbreds.

Racing With the Moon (1984): Starring Sean Penn, Elizabeth McGovern and Nicolas Cage. In 1942 California, two young men await induction into the U.S. Marines and say goodbye to their girlfriends.

The Reckoning (2002): Starring Paul Bettany, Willem Dafoe and Ewen Bremner. A priest on the lam takes up with a traveling band of actors, who then discover a murder has occurred and try to solve it by recreating the crime in a play.

Remember Me (2010): Starring Robert Pattinson, Emilie de Ravin and Chris Cooper. A romantic drama centered on two new lovers: Tyler, whose parents have split in the wake of his brother's suicide, and Ally, who lives each day to the fullest since witnessing her mother's murder.

Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins (1985): Starring Fred Ward, Joel Grey and Wilford Brimley. An officially "dead" cop is trained to become an extraordinarily unique assassin in service of the US president.

Rites of Spring (2011): Starring Anessa Ramsey, Katherine Randolph and Sonny Marinelli. A ransom scheme turns into a nightmare for a group of kidnappers who become victims of a horrifying secret that must be paid every spring.

Saved! (2004): Starring Mandy Moore, Macaulay Culkin and Jena Malone. When a girl attending a Christian high school becomes pregnant, she finds herself ostracized and demonized, as all of her former friends turn on her.

The Seven-Ups (1973): Starring Roy Scheider, David Wilson and Tony Lo Bianco. A tough detective who is part of an elite New York City unit is trying to find out who killed his partner, but uncovers a plot to kidnap mobsters for money.

Showrunners: The Art of Running a TV Show (2014): A documentary that explores the world of U.S. television showrunners and the creative forces aligned around them.

Shrink (2009): Starring Kevin Spacey, Keke Palmer and Jack Huston. Unable to cope with a recent personal tragedy, LA's top celebrity shrink turns into a pothead with no concern for his appearance and a creeping sense of his inability to help his patients.

Sleepaway Camp 2: Unhappy Campers (1988): Starring Pamela Springsteen, Brian Patrick Clarke and Renee Estevez. Angela, supposedly reformed and living under an assumed surname, is working at a summer camp. However, when the campers start misbehaving, she soon reverts to her old ways.

Sleepaway Camp 3: Teenage Wasteland (1989): Starring Michael J. Pollard, Pamela Springsteen and Tracy Griffith. After murdering a young girl, Angela Baker assumes her identity and travels to Camp New Horizons, built on the grounds of the camp she terrorized the year before, and starts killing again.

Snake Eyes (1998): Starring Nicolas Cage, Gary Sinise and John Heard. A shady police detective finds himself in the middle of a murder conspiracy at an important boxing match in an Atlantic City casino.

Space Cowboys (2000): Starring Clint Eastwood, Tommy Lee Jones and Donald Sutherland. When a retired engineer is called upon to rescue a failing satellite, he insists that his equally old teammates accompany him into space.

Star Trek V: The Final Frontier (1989): Starring William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy and DeForest Kelley. Captain Kirk and his crew must deal with Mr. Spock's long-lost half-brother who hijacks the Enterprise for an obsessive search for God at the center of the galaxy.

Step into Liquid (2003): Starring Ken Collins, Alex Knost and Laird Hamilton. Surfers and secret spots from around the world are profiled in this documentary.

Suicide Kings (1997): Starring Christopher Walken, Denis Leary and Sean Patrick Flanery. A group of youngsters kidnap a respected Mafia figure.

Sunset Strip (2000): Starring Simon Baker, Anna Friel and Nick Stahl. A comedy that takes place during 24 hours on Sunset Strip in 1972.

Survival of the Dead (2009): Starring Alan Van Sprang, Kenneth Welsh and Kathleen Munroe. On an island off the coast of North America, local residents simultaneously fight a zombie epidemic while hoping for a cure to return their un-dead relatives back to their human state.

Tapeheads (1988): Starring John Cusack, Tim Robbins and Mary Crosby. A couple of creative losers accidently become big shots in the video music industry.

Thief (1981): Starring James Caan, Tuesday Weld and Robert Prosky. Becoming closer to his dream of leading a normal life, a professional safecracker agrees to do a job for the mafia, who have other plans for him.

The Thing Called Love (1983): Starring River Phoenix, Samantha Mathis and Dermot Mulroney. A group of newcomers to the country music business seek love and stardom.

This Is Spinal Tap (1984): Starring Michael McKean, Christopher Guest and Harry Shearer.

Spinal Tap, one of England's loudest bands, is chronicled by film director Marty DeBergi on what proves to be a fateful tour.

Three Kings (1999): Starring Mark Wahlberg, Ice Cube and George Clooney. In the aftermath of the Persian Gulf War, 4 soldiers set out to steal gold that was stolen from Kuwait, but they discover people who desperately need their help.

Till Human Voices Wake Us (2002): Starring Guy Pearce, Helena Bonham Carter and Frank Gallacher. A man returns to Victoria, Australia, where he grew up, and encounters a mysterious woman who reminds him of someone he once knew.

Titanic (1997): Starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet and Kathy Bates. A 17-year-old aristocrat, expecting to be married to a rich claimant by her mother, falls in love with a kind but poor artist aboard the luxurious, ill-fated R.M.S. Titanic.

Twins (1988): Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Danny DeVito and Kelly Preston. A physically perfect but innocent man goes in search of his long-lost twin brother, who is a short small-time crook.

Two Can Play That Game (2001): Starring Vivica A. Fox, Morris Chestnut and Anthony Anderson. An arrogant career woman plays a series of heartless mind-games with her boyfriend to "put him in line," only to discover that he has a few tricks up his own sleeve.

Unbreakable (2000): Starring Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson and Robin Wright. A man learns something extraordinary about himself after a devastating accident.

Underworld (2003): Starring Kate Beckinsale, Scott Speedman and Bill Nighy. Selene, a beautiful vampire warrior, entrenched in a war between the vampire and werewolf races. Although she is aligned with the vampires, she falls in love with Michael, a human who is sought by werewolves for unknown reasons.

Unforgettable (1996): Starring Ray Liotta, Linda Fiorentino and Peter Coyote. Accused of killing his wife but freed on a technicality, forensic pathologist David Krane is obsessed with learning the truth. Hoping to see the killer's face, Krane injects himself with a chemical cocktail that makes memory transfer possible.

What They Left Behind (2014): This powerful documentary examines gun violence by following the families of three children who were killed by firearms.

Whispers in the Dark (1992): Starring Annabella Sciorra, Jamey Sheridan and Anthony LaPaglia. A psychiatrist is lured into an erotic haze fueled by the fantasies of a patient and a new romance with a beefcake pilot. But when she finds herself caught up in the aftermath of a patient's murder, she begins to suspect her lover may be involved.

Whiteboyz (1999): Starring Danny Hoch, Dash Mihok and Mark Webber. In an Iowa town almost entirely populated by white people, a teen dreams of becoming a hip-hop star.

Wild Wild West (1999): Starring Will Smith, Kevin Kline and Kenneth Branagh. The two best hired guns in the West must save President Grant from the clutches of a 19th century inventor-villain.

Wooly Boys (2001): Starring Peter Fonda, Kris Kristofferson and Joseph Mazzello. A sheep rancher's visit to the big city triggers a mischevious adventure with his teenage computer-whiz grandson.

Wrong Turn at Tahoe (2009): Starring Cuba Gooding Jr., Miguel Ferrer and Harvey Keitel. A small-time crime boss kills a drug dealer without realizing that the drug dealer works for the biggest crime boss in the country.

April 3

Chopped Collection (2008 – 2013): Food Network's wildly popular cooking competition series.

The Layover (2011 – 2012): Starring Anthony Bourdain. Renowned chef and author Anthony Bourdain takes viewers on a tour through various cities around the globe.

Life Partners (2014): Starring Gillian Jacobs, Leighton Meester and Adam Brody. Sasha and Paige’s co-dependent friendship is tested as Paige gets serious with a guy for the first time.

The Sheik (2014): Interviews with family, friends and fellow wrestlers complete this look at Khosrow Vaziri, the famous wrestling villain more commonly known as The Iron Sheik.

Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage (2014): Starring Patrick Stewart, Marco Khan and Lorna Raver. When the Sultan’s first born is taken by an evil sorcerer, Sinbad is tasked with traveling to a desert of magic and creatures to save her.

April 4

Charlie Bartlett (2007): Starring Anton Yelchin, Robert Downey Jr. and Kat Dennings. A rich kid becomes the self-appointed psychiatrist to the student body of his new high school.

The Circle (2014): Starring Marianne Sägebrecht, Anatole Taubman and Matthias Hungerbühler.In the turbulent cultural climate of 1950s Zurich, a naïve teacher and a transvestite cabaret artist — both members of a secret gay group — fall in love. But as they grapple with social and legal victimization, their future may prove even darker.

Derek Season 3 (2015): Starring Ricky Gervais, Kerry Godliman and David Earl. Derek is a loyal nursing home caretaker who sees only the good in his quirky co-workers as they struggle against prejudice and shrinking budgets to care for their elderly residents.

The Quiet Ones (2014): Starring Jared Harris, Sam Claflin and Olivia Cooke. A university professor and a team of students conduct an experiment on a young woman, uncovering terrifyingly dark, unexpected forces in the process.

Starry Eyes (2014): Starring Alex Essoe, Amanda Fuller and Noah Segan. A hopeful young starlet uncovers the ominous origins of the Hollywood elite and enters into a deadly agreement in exchange for fame and fortune.

April 7

Preservation (2014): Starring Wrenn Schmidt, Pablo Schreiber and Aaron Staton. An anesthesiologist must awaken her animal instincts when she, her husband and her brother-in-law become the quarry of unseen hunters who want to turn them all into trophies.

Wilfred, Season 4 (2014): Starring Elijah Wood, Jason Gann and Fiona Gubelmann. The story of a manic depressive man who inexplicably is the only one who can see his neighbor’s dog as a full grown man in a dog suit.

April 8

Halt and Catch Fire: Season 1 (2014): Starring Lee Pace, Scoot McNairy and Mackenzie Davis. Set in the early 1980s, series dramatizes the personal computing boom through the eyes of a visionary, an engineer and a prodigy whose innovations directly confront the corporate behemoths of the time. Their personal and professional partnership will be challenged by greed and ego while charting the changing culture in Texas’ Silicon Prairie.

April 9

Pioneer (2013): Starring Aksel Hennie, Wes Bentley and Stephen Lang. A thriller set at the beginning of the 1980s Norwegian Oil Boom and centered on a diver whose obsession with reaching the bottom of the Norwegian Sea leads to tragedy.

April 10

Broken (2013): Starring Charlie Booty, Lily James and Tim Roth. The story of a young girl in North London whose life changes after witnessing a violent attack.

Confusion Na Wa (2013): Starring Ramsey Nouah, Ali Nuhu and O.C. Ukeje. The lives of a group of strangers in Nigeria become intertwined over the course of 24 hours.

Flower Girl (2013): Starring Damilola Adegbite, Chris Attoh and Blossom Chukwujekwu. A romantic comedy in which a shy florist teams up with a movie star to push her lifelong boyfriend into proposing marriage.

Marvel’s Daredevil: Season 1 (2015): Starring Charlie Cox, Deborah Ann Woll and Elden Henson. A blind lawyer with his other senses superhumanly enhanced fights crime as a costumed superhero.

October 1 (2014): Starring Femi Adebayo, Ademola Adedoyin and Kayode Aderupoko. As Nigeria is on the verge of independence from Colonial rule in 1960, a detective is sent to investigate a series of murders.

Ties That Bind (2011): Starring Ama Abebrese, Kofi Adjorlolo and Khareemar Aguiar. The lives of three women are brought together by the loss of their children.

April 12

The Identical (2014): Starring Blake Rayne, Ray Liotta and Ashley Judd. Twin brothers are unknowingly separated at birth; one of them becomes an iconic rock ‘n’ roll star, while the other struggles to balance his love for music and pleasing his father.

April 13

Video Game High School: Season 3 (2014): Starring Josh Blaylock, Ellary Porterfield and Johanna Braddy. In a futuristic world where gaming is the top sport, a teenager attends a school which specializes in a curriculum of video games in each genre.

April 14

The Babadook (2014): Starring Essie Davis, Noah Wiseman and Daniel Henshall. A single mother, plagued by the violent death of her husband, battles with her son’s fear of a monster lurking in the house, but soon discovers a sinister presence all around her.

Goodbye to Language (2014): Starring Heloise Godet, Kamel Abdeli and Richard Chevallier. A man and woman meet, fall in love and fight, while a stray dog wanders the streets and a former husband interferes in this provocative, visionary film from acclaimed French director Jean-Luc Godard.

Kink (2013): A documentary on fetish website

April 16

Hot Fuzz (2007): Starring Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Timothy Dalton. Exceptional London cop Nicholas Angel is involuntarily transferred to a quaint English village and paired with a witless new partner. While on the beat, Nicholas suspects a sinister conspiracy is afoot with the residents.

April 17

Baby Daddy: Season 4 (2015): Starring Jean-Luc Bilodeau, Tahj Mowry and Derek Theler. A twentysomething bachelor bartender becomes an unlikely parent when an ex-girlfriend leaves a baby girl on his doorstep.

They Came Together (2014): Starring Amy Poehler, Paul Rudd and Bill Hader. A small business owner is about to lose her shop to a major corporate development.

April 18

Noah (2014): Starring Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly and Anthony Hopkins. A man is chosen by his world’s creator to undertake a momentous mission before an apocalyptic flood cleanses the world.

April 21

A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (2014): Starring Sheila Vand, Arash Marandi and Marshall Menesh. In the Iranian ghost-town Bad City, a place that reeks of death and loneliness, the townspeople are unaware they are being stalked by a lonesome vampire.

April 25

Sons of Anarchy: Season 7 (2014): Starring Charlie Hunnam, Mark Boone Junior and Katey Sagal. A man in his early 30s struggles to find a balance in his life between being a new dad and his involvement in a motorcycle club.

April 27

National Treasure (2004): Starring Nicolas Cage, Diane Kruger and Justin Bartha. A historian races to find the legendary Templar Treasure before a team of mercenaries.

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