Subscription rate: $4.99/month or $49.99/year
The rundown: Scary movies galore! And if that's your thing, it won't bug you that this website is scary as shit, too.
Best for: People who gotta have scary movies and want to forever curse their computer with the girl from The Ring.
Subscription rate: $3.99/month
The rundown: Your one-stop source for old SNL eps and quirky British comedy. They also have original comedian-focused web series, stand-up acts, and good stuff from the NBC archives.
Best for: True comedy nerds who want to school their friends on SNL trivia.
Subscription rate: $4.99/month
The rundown: Fancy a television show from across the pond, guvna? Well, this service is for you! Check out favorites like Kath & Kim, Brideshead Revisited, Lost in Austen, Restless, Upstairs, Downstairs, and tons of other British crumpets. You can see how Benedict Cumberbatch, Hayley Atwell, and more British stars got their start!
Best for: People who thought the description above was funny, but could've been a little drier.
Subscription rate: $5.99/month
The rundown: You get 30 curated classic films, with a new film added each day to replace one expiring old film.
Best for: Cinephiles who want the work of picking what to watch done for them.
Subscription rate: $10/month or $90/year
The rundown: Another source for independent and classic movies with more options than Mubi. There's also a pretty active fan community that handpicks favorites for you.
Best for: Cinephiles who want more options.
Subscription rate: $9.99/month, $47.99/every six months, or $84.99/year
The rundown: You'll find old and forgotten movies and TV shows, like Attack of the 50 Foot Woman and Sugarfoot: Season 1. There's not a ton of options, but they are all super-obscure, so maybe check to see if there's something you like, then do the one-month free trial.
Best for: Film trivia buffs with very specific tastes.
Subscription rate: $6.99/mo or $59.99/year
The rundown: "The world's best documentaries handpicked by tastemakers with unique perspectives," the site promises. A sampling of those tastemakers: Anthony Bourdain, Ira Glass, and Susan Sarandon. It's a cool way to find out about documentaries you might not have heard about, plus you get access to the archive library and events where you can meet other like-minded nerds.
Best for: Documentary lovers, duh.