I've use a service called Unblock-US to access the Netflix libraries of other regions (some people use it to get access to the Super HD video encodes--my ISP is set up for that). In Canada, for instance, The Hunger Games has 5.1 sound, actually does have available Super HD video and can be played in HD in the web site player and Win8 Netflix app. What they license, how they license it and how they're allowed to present it varies significantly from region to region. In the US a plethora of premium subscription cable services like HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, Epix, etc, lock up various titles in exclusivity agreements; not a problem elsewhere, so they can get significantly more premium content outside of the US, though less content overall. Try searching or browsing titles at moreflicks.com (click all of the service buttons at the top to remove the checkmarks from everything except Netflix and make sure that the drop down menu on the Netflix button is set to "All Countries"); click the Netflix logo on a title's description for a list of regions where it's available. At present the "Most Popular" list is headed by The Dark Knight Rises which is only available in the Nordic regions; Monty Python and the Holy Grail was added recently, but only for the UK.