I've had a Netflix streaming subscription for about four years now, and I've never regretted signing up. But I think most Netflix subscribers would probably agree that it is sometimes a struggle to find the perfect thing to watch. I'd like to start a discussion of some of the lesser-known movies, tv shows, documentaries, etc. - that might be worth a look. Most recently I watched, and greatly enjoyed, Filthy Gorgeous: The Bob Guccione Story. Its probably difficult to describe Bob Guccione to Millenials. But suffice it to say, before there was an internet, there were adult magazines. And while Guccione's Penthouse was a little more explicit than the other well-known periodical, by today's standards it seems quaintly demure. Turns out there is a tremendous amount I didn't know about Bob Guccione. Like the fact that he put women in charge of just about every important executive job at the magazine. And that he provided a real forum for the best writers and thinkers of his day. And that Bob Guccione jr. (so ragged on by Axl Rose of GNR) is actually quite a decent and intelligent guy. Please share your recent Netflix hidden gems. Give us all a half dozen sentences as to why you think we might enjoy what you found.