3 Interesting Netflix Movies That Somehow Exist

Ever realize that you’ve never watched a TV show or movie because you’ve never come across it on Netflix? That’s probably a good thing, because then you wouldn’t be wasting your time thinking about it. For those of you who love to get lost in other people’s lives, that’s probably a good thing too because then you don’t have to spend a bunch of money on those boring old TV shows and movies that other people have already seen.

We’ve found five Netflix shows and movies that might be out there, but we guarantee that you’ve never seen them (and you’re allowed to not). The same thing applies to documentaries. You may never have heard of one of these films, and it’s probably for the best. You don’t need to see it to get the concept. You can watch it before and enjoy it for the interesting bits, but that’s okay. Just keep in mind that you shouldn’t have to see one of them before getting hooked.

3. Rat Film

Rat Film is a 1995 movie about rats. Yes, really. Sure, rats! This is right up there with The Land Before Time and Monsters Inc, but these are no longer the scariest thing children and adults are exposed to. Not only that, but seeing a whole litter of the larger-than-life creatures running around is bound to make you hungry for pizza. Not as gross as starving to death, but still.

2. Jackass 2: The Second Law

For those of you who haven’t seen Jackass: The Second Law, go now. It’s a road movie starring Justin Long, who we can see as the guy who brought you Drive, but it’s one of the funniest movies of all time. Nick Swardson is also in this movie and we need to know what he looks like under a mask on a playground in a red Speedo. Also, is there anything that can motivate a man to continue with this ridiculous task of donning a mask and going on a motorcycle trip? Apparently not. Just go see this movie, and we’ll totally be understanding. You’ll get plenty of chances to chuckle during those moments of pure insanity.

1. Bjork

We love Bjork, and we’re pretty sure you should too. That’s not because we know a thing or two about what she’s like or because we’re desperate to see another avant-garde music video that’s about phalluses. Nope, it’s because we love her. This video is for her song Sugarcubes, and it’s one of her better songs, if not the best. She’s all sorts of funny and wants to be your favorite little ditty on the radio, which is pretty fair. Her crazy voice is what makes the tune, and we hope to hear more of her in the future. It’s been 16 years since we’ve seen another fully-stylized song video, so we hope to see her throw her hair around and generally sing about her love for New Order’s Banquet for years to come. Don’t you like it when that happens?