If you're planning on basking in the safety of your own couch this weekend then you couldn't have picked a better couple of days to do it. You got the gallivanting over and done with during the bank holiday weekend, you've a rake of let over trick or treat goodies and Netflix have just made five great movies available to stream.
They've covered all the bases: a massive new flick, a Tarantino classic, a Bruce Lee classic, a much-loved comedy and ... well ... feckin' Bad Boys! Here's what's now on offer:
Timothée Chalamet heads an all-star cast in this mammoth Netflix original, loosely based on Shakespeare's plays about King Henry V. Joel Edgerton, Robert Pattinson and Sean Harris also feature with the movie debuting at the Venice Film Festival on 2 September.
The reviews so far have been very positive and it looks set to become one of Netflix's best performing original works to date. It also has a 133 minute run time so buckle yourself in!
This one needs no introduction. Tarantino at his finest, Reservoir Dogs is almost a rite of passage. If you haven't watched it yet then you need to sort your life out.
Enter the Dragon
Another all-time great, Enter the Dragon was Bruce Lee's final - and perhaps best - film before his untimely death in 1973, premiering one month after he passed away.
Half of you will be laughing at this watching it back while the other half will be thinking "Jesus, they would not get away with making that in this day and age!" Surely everyone has seen Wedding Crashers at this point but if you want to switch off for a couple of hours then you can't go far wrong with it.
Where do we start. What a movie! What a brilliant, dreadful, mental movie! It literally couldn't be any more 1990s. Will Smith, Martin Lawrence, Miami, drug dealers, explosions, one-liners, a kickass trailer ... it's the film that has everything.