Netflix is a fickle creature. As soon as you get comfortable with its offerings they're pulled off and replaced. Which is why some warning on what is coming onto the streaming site is never a bad thing.
This June, Netflix have announced they will be adding a pile of classic and modern classic films, eked out through the month so you don't overdo it and miss the sunshine (assuming it returns).
Golden oldies from stoner comedy classic Dazed and Confused (8 June) to Arnie-fest Total Recall (15 June) and even Darren Aronofsky's harrowing Requiem for a Dream (1 June) with be added this month, with more recent titles like Paranormal Activity (8 June) and Oscar-winner The Fighter (1 June) arriving too.
In addition to this Netflix are bolstering their series catalogue with additions including vHappy Valley (3 June), Bad Education (1 June), Orange Is The New Black (17 June) and Mackenzie Crook's The Detectorists (1 June). And don't worry, the long-awaited season 7 of Dora The Explorer will be there at some point too.
Other Oscar victors from this year including Spotlight and The Big Short will be added later this summer, so don't worry about saving something to watch for later.