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These Secret Codes Let You Browse All Of Netflix’s Valentine’s Movies

Some 10/10s on there

Netflix has really conquered the market for Valentine’s plans. If you and your partner don’t fancy an overpriced night out on the town; or you’re flying solo this year, the streaming service has you covered.

They’ve got a lot of options from rom-coms to zom-coms to keep you hooked, but the choice can be absolutely overwhelming. Luckily, there’s a really simple way of figuring out what you want to watch – and we have the secret codes to help you help yourself.

There’s a very simple way of getting the creme de la creme of romance to appear without having to work your way through the dross.

To access these genre listings, you just need to type the following codes into the search bar.

The codes below:


Valentine’s Day films – 50117 
Valentine’s Day favourites – 1952249
Romantic – 100052
Romantic favourites – 502675
Romantic films – 8883
Feel-good romantic films – 35714
Romantic teen comedies – 3186
Feel-good romantic comedies – 35797
Comedies for hopeless romantics – 81506
Romantic comedies – 5475
Steamy romantic films – 35800
Romantic teen films – 1764
Romantic dramas – 1255

These include some absolutely gorgeous films, including When Sally Met Harry, Legally Blonde, The Notebook and of course PS I Love You – which was recently confirmed to be getting a big screen sequel starring the original cast, so a catchup is well overdue.

If you’re in the mood for something less wholesome, there’s plenty of other films that can be searched this way.

Access horror with these codes:

B-Horror Movies (8195)
Creature Features (6895)
Cult Horror Movies (10944)
Deep Sea Horror Movies (45028)
Foreign Horror Movies (8654)
Horror Comedy (89585)
Monster Movies (947)
Slasher and Serial Killer Movies (8646)
Supernatural Horror Movies (42023)
Teen Screams (52147)
Vampire Horror Movies (75804)
Werewolf Horror Movies (75930)
Zombie Horror Movies (75405)
Satanic Stories (6998)

Plenty of horrific stuff there to keep a single mind occupied, with movies including Birdbox, Eli, and The Hole In The Ground sure to keep you up scared.

However you are planing on spending your Valentine’s Weekend, there’s plenty to keep you occupied.


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