You have been on a Netflix binge before, but not like this: With the service's Starz partnership set to expire in less than two days, you'll need all the hours you can cramming in episodes of Party Down and crying at Toy Story 3 for the last time. If you remember, Netflix's price increase in 2011 coincided with a failure to lock up a new Starz deal, which is why more than 840 titles will disappear on Thursday. TV and Movies NOW has a handy list of everything you'll be missing, as well as if it's available on Amazon Prime (but come on, who has that).
The 'flix has a handful of Weinstein Company titles like The Artist and Coriolanus eventually coming its way, which should dull the loss by a smidgen. Still, it's a terrific bummer that so many quality titles will no longer be available to our entitled asses, like the immortal Billy Madison and Astro Boy. Howl's Moving Castle, Scarface, Young Fankenstein, Double Indemnity, Patton, Vertigo, Apocalypto, Lethal Weapon 2 -- I could go on and on and on and on. Call your friends for a Netflix party, or just pull your hoodie over your head and get to business by yourself. Remember, nothing that happens on Leap Day counts in the real world.