I found an awesome site to "waste" band-with on the other day, it is pushing my HD to the absolute brink of destruction. The site "Cinema of the world" is probably the best film resource I've ever seen: you like Herzog, well how about every single movie he's made including documentaries made about him, Antonioni, how about everything he made and even his writings, essays, photography and even the first documentary he made about a textile factory, Rosselini, Bresson, Fassbinder, Passolini, Fellini, Haneke - basically any Director you could think of is there. The site uses direct links so need for a bit torrent or anything which also means your ISP won't know what you're doing. You can get Jdownloader if you want to set it and forget while you go about your day which I highly recommend even if the interface on Jdownloader is a bit weird.
The site itself has a bit of a finicky search again but nothing that makes it impossible to find the movie you want or director you want, or if you can't think of anything you can just search by country, funnily enough the New Zealand section is the most in-accurate section with Australian films mixed in and amazing name mix ups like Taika Waititi for some reason being named Taika Cohen but big whoop. Currently I'm going mental with the amount of Les Blank on offer, the other day I watched a couple of fairly rare short documentaries he made: one was about Werner Herzog eating a shoe entitled, surprisingly enough, "Werner Herzog eats his shoe," and I also watched a documentary about Lightning Hopkins who was obviously an amazing blue guitarist, although I suppose with a name like that the only other thing he could be is an athlete. Am now downloading Blank's amazing documentary, "Burden Of Dreams," which is probably his most well known documentary about the making of Herzog's movie "Fitzcarraldo."
So, when you've got some extra data to make use of go "shopping" on this site and find some absolute gem docos and art-house stuff, with all the tragedy going on in the world these days ala earthquake, tsunami, recession and fear-mongering journalism it's nice to find a good distraction other than Charlie Sheen - winning!