If the weather outside is frightful, throw another log on the fire, sit back and enjoy the start of the streaming season.  Here’s a cheat sheet of new releases for you to enjoy this weekend. As always, if you have a suggestion on the perfect lazy Sunday flick, please post ’em in the comments. Happy streaming!

Netflix New Releases:

  • Cave of Forgotten Dreams– An unprecedented examination of Chauvet Cave, a cavern that contains the oldest human-painted images on Earth (2010)
  • Goldeneye– Pierce Brosnan’s first take on debonair MI6 agent James Bond, and arguably his best bond film (1995)
  • Heathers– Winona Ryder and Christian Slater head this cult-favorite black comedy like none other (1989)

Hulu Plus New Releases:

  • Grimm– After investigating a strange cluster of deaths and disappearances, Nick sends Monroe undercover to get a whiff of a hypnotic suspect (2011)
  • New Girl– Winston grabs the spotlight from Jess as she takes on some serious holiday spirit (2011)
  • Up All Night– Ava struggles to connect with Kevin’s daughter while Reagan brings her Type-A behavior home (2011)

Crackle New Releases:

  • The International– Clive Owen proves he rules in a timely and twisty corporate espionage thriller anchored by a spectacular museum shootout (2009)
  • Duece Bigalow: European Gigolo– Lighten up cinefiles and defenders of good taste; it’s called “escapist humor” for a reason (2005)
  • Stir Crazy– One of the greatest on-screen comedy duos at the peak of their powers. Pyor and Wilder don’t get much better than this (1980)

Amazon Instant Video New Releases:

  • Our Idiot Brother– Everyone has one: Ned means well, but has no common sense. When he barges into the lives of his three sisters, hilarity ensues (2011)
  • 30 Minutes Or Less– Nick  is a small town pizza delivery guy whose mundane life collides with the big plans of two wanna-be criminal masterminds  (2011)
  • Friends With Benefits– When two friends decide to try something new and take advantage of their mutual attraction without any emotional attachment, they soon realize romantic comedy stereotypes might exist for a reason (2011)

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  • Eob

    “Cinefiles”? You mean, that digital film document database containing more than 50,000 documents on film history, compiled at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive at the University of California, Berkeley and supported by the Museum Informatics Project? ☺ I bet, you’ve meant “cinephiles”?

  • James O

    I love my Roku box! Does anyone know if there’s a channel for virtual fireplaces or aquariums available for Roku? Thanks.

    • Phil Muldowney

      There is, Yule Log 2011HD

  • M1357l

    I am Roku app developer, contact me if you need an app.

  • youtube………

    • Articatluvr

      Ho w would you save it?

  • JeffPesos

    No suggestions for movies, but here’s some channels that Roku should add:

    YouTube, ESPN3/WatchESPN, NFL Game Rewind, FearNet, Vudu

  • Nicholas Adkisson