In honor of "Orange Is The New Black" returning to Netflix for its third season, and to mourn the loss of my entire weekend as a result, we've compiled some of our favorite prison-related movies to get you ready for a jail break.

In honor of "Orange Is The New Black" returning to Netflix for its third season, and to mourn the loss of my entire weekend as a result, we've compiled some of our favorite prison-related movies to get you ready for a jail break.

"Natural Born Killers": Woody Harrelson (Mickey) and Juliette Lewis (Mallory) are the most charismatic homicidal maniacs to ever grace the screen. A full scale prison riot erupts during Mickey's televised interview, culminating in Tommy Lee Jones' head on a stick - yet at the end you're still rooting for them.

"Cool Hand Luke": How many dumbasses do you know who actually tried the egg eating challenge? I can name three off the top of my head.

"The Human Centipede: Final Sequence": If you've actually been able to sit through director Tom Six's masterpiece/abomination of a film trilogy, you might appreciate his self-aware sense of humor. The trilogy's third installment focuses on the "human centipede" concept from the two previous films being used as a form of punishment in a failing prison. The warden (Dieter Laser) and his accountant (Laurence R. Harvey) ask Tom Six (playing himself) to come consult on the project. The result: Tom Six pukes at his own movie. How meta.

"The Shawshank Redemption": You have to admire a man with patience, and also the smarts to beat the real crooks at their own game.

"Cry-Baby": Ok, so it's more of a juvenile detention center than a prison, but no judge or jaunty dance number will keep dreamy bad seed Johnny Depp from his uptown girl in this John Waters classic.