So I understand that Netflix isn't the only game in town. Hulu multi-tiered streaming services are a bit much for me to navigate, but I've been slightly tempted with their uptick in movie acquisitions. They may not have all the latest titles, but they've got some gems buried in lineup. Here are a few hard to find crime flicks currently streaming there. And don't worry - if you, like me, are not a paid Hulu subscriber, many of these are available on their free service.
Vice Squad - Gary A. Sherman - Bonkers, trashy exploitation cop flick from the bottom rung. Love it, hate it, you won't be able to look away.
The Last Lullaby - Jeffrey Goodman - Material that plays to Tom Sizemore's strengths and a film that features a great and sinister turn by Ray McKinnon. Based on a Quarry story by Max Allan Collins this one has been frustratingly difficult to find. Hope it gets more exposure when the Quarry TV show debuts next year - noted promising elements of the show: Peter Mullen as The Broker, the 1970s period setting and John Hillcoat's listing as executive producer (assuming he's directing an episode or two).