A week after adding tons of new content at the first of the month, Netflix is set to release even more goodies for the week that ends on February 14. If you're hoping to "Netflix and Chill" this Valentine's Day, the leader in on-demand streaming has plenty of options to add to your "My List."

A few classics from the late 90s with romantic undertones that were added at the beginning of the month include Armageddon (which introduced the world to Aerosmith's love ballad, "I Don't Want To Miss a Thing") and the sex-fueled drama/thriller Cruel Intentions (just as NBC announces a reboot of the trilogy as a television series).

If those choices are a little too serious for your taste, try Will Ferrell in Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby or Charlie's Angels if you need a little action (although "need a little action" can mean something totally different if you are asking someone to "Netflix and Chill").


Or perhaps you and your significant other like your films a little darker. If black roses seemed like a great Valentine's Day gift, maybe you the two of you can "chill" with the Tarantino/Rodriguez/Miller directed Sin City or Stanley Kubrick's cult-classic Full Metal Jacket.

But maybe you'd like to venture out and try a movie you've never seen — or possibly never even heard of. To that end, here are a few options to consider. To keep with the Valentine's Day theme, we'll start with the programming that uses of the four-letter L-word.

The Face of Love — One of the last films to feature Robin Williams, this 2013 romantic drama stars Annette Bening as a widow who falls for a man (Ed Harris) that looks remarkably like her late husband. Meanwhile, her neighbor (Williams) grows jealous.

I Love You Phillip Morris — This 2009 black comedy (based on a true story) has Jim Carey playing Steven Jay Russell, a criminal who falls in love with Phillip Morris (Ewan McGregor) and escapes prison multiple times to see Morris after he's been released.

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Gaspar Noe's Love — This 2015 French drama tells the torrid story of infidelity, drug abuse, suicide and (of course) love. Already heralded as one of the most sexually explicit movies on Netflix, it was originally shot in 3D.

Tin Man — Before her role in New Girl, America's favorite hipster (Zooey Deschanel) starred in this Wizard of Oz-based television mini-series. With each of the three episodes lasting almost 90 minutes, this might be a great option if you want to invite someone over for repeat "Netflix and Chill" sessions. The series also features Alan Cumming and Richard Dreyfuss.

Better Call Saul — The highly-anticipated prequel spin-off to Breaking Bad has the entire first season now available to stream on Netflix. Spoiler alert: this Bob Odenkirk-lead series is much more of a comedy than the show that it originated from. But if you were one of the thousands hoping for an announcement about Breaking Bad Season 6, this is probably your next best option.

In addition to all of this (and more), the first season of the Lizzy Borden Chronicles has already been added, as well as the 2015 film Lila & EveDope will be available starting February 10.

Once Valentine's Day has come and gone, there are a few more titles to get excited about in February. Before February 29, Netflix will add Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny (a Netflix original), Fuller House (also a Netflix original) and The Year Dolly Parton Was My Mom