As Netflix users know, the movie and TV streaming service has very specialized subgenres of movies. The problem is, the subgenres aren't easy to access, unless you happen to have been watching movies from one of those subgenres, and Netflix suggests it to you.
For example, if you've been watching a lot of classic movies, then Netflix might recommend, say, a silent movie, or the silent movies subgenre, on your home screen. It's all based on the algorithm Netflix uses, which collects data about what their users are viewing, in order to recommend specific movies and genres.
But if Netflix hasn't suggested a certain subgenre, it's pretty hard to find it on your own. However, now you might be able to, because, as the Telegraph reports, it turns out there's an easy web address trick that allows you to find any available subgenre. All you have to do is enter certain numerical codes into the URL if you're logged in to your account.