Netflix Instant View Online has found its niche. Following the writer's strike that dealt with royalties for online content, I had high hopes that the flood gates would open up that held the movie studios back from releasing their content online to paid services like Netflix. I was both right and wrong. I was wrong in that no movie that anyone has actually seen at a theater within the last 35 years has been released on Netflix. I was right in that a flood of movies would be made available. What kind of movies exactly? Well, go to your nearest Wal-Mart and look for that big basket with the $5.00 DVDs, and look at all of those titles. Now that you have gotten your hopes up, none of those movies will be available. Too much viewership. You might find one of those $5.00 DVDs that actually has three movies on it, and the worst of those three movies will be available online. If you like Troma movies, double features, made for video slasher/mild-adult movies, then you will be happy to see that the Toxic Avenger 2, or Alien Blood. I still have hope.