7 Classic Movies That You Can't Watch Anywhere be it Netflix, Hulu, HBO Max, or one of the several others.



1_ The Abyss (1989) A civilian diving crew is hired to look for a lost nuclear submarine, but they find an alien aquatic species and are put in peril.

2 _Dogma (1999) It doesn't sound like a theological parody about two fallen angels striving to get back into heaven while wreaking havoc on Earth has the makings of a successful movie.

3_The Brave Little Toaster (1987) Disney+ offers The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars. The Stranger claims that the movie's original distributor is holding it back from joining the other two because of rights difficulties.

4_Mannequin (1986) There are no streaming options available for the movie, but you can find its identical sequel, 1987's Mannequin Two: On the Move, in which Kristy Swanson replaces Cattrall.

5_Pink Floyd's The Wall (1982) A challenging production, the movie received positive reviews and quickly developed a cult following thanks to its ominous visuals and early music video aesthetics.

6 _Strange Days (1995) Though it has gradually gained a following over the years, the movie stars Ralph Fiennes, Angela Bassett, and Juliette Lewis.

7_The Fall (2006) Lee Pace's brilliant 2022 saw him transition from a career as a reputable character actor to the "object of affection" on the internet