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421. Posted: Wed 27th Jul 2011 09:23 BST
@Waveboy: Thats cool that you have another alternative than Netflix up there in Canada. Other than Netflix the only real choice we have here in the States is Blockbuster Online.
I mean yeah there is Redbox as well but at a dollar a day per rental I would easily surpass the $7.99 a month Netflix charges the way I go through movies lol.
Personally I hope Netflix gets a better streaming catalog so to speak since they are charging separately for disc rentals and streaming now.
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422. Posted: Wed 27th Jul 2011 15:17 BST
This has been posted before but it's a great site for when new things are being put up and when things are getting taken down.
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423. Posted: Wed 27th Jul 2011 15:28 BST
Just signed up for Redbox, might watch Sucker Punch from them soon.
424. Posted: Wed 27th Jul 2011 19:31 BST
This has been posted before but it's a great site for when new things are being put up and when things are getting taken down.http://instantwatcher.com/
Thanks Splat I thought it was posted before but when I asked I was half asleep and couldnt remember lol.
@Irken: I am interested on how it goes since I will be switching to stream only on Netflix I might have to go to Redbox to get discs. Let me know how it goes.
425. Posted: Wed 27th Jul 2011 20:15 BST
Selection in Canada... not so great. You really have to dig to find something worthwhile. Kids in the Hall, Top Gear (UK), Heroes and Prison Break are the only ones I really want to watch, and I have maybe 100 or so random "maybes" that I might watch. These are a few from my maybe list:The First 48, A Beautiful Mind, SNL, Pleasantville, The Scorpion King, Blue Crush, The Pursuit of Happyness, Panet of the Apes, U-571, A Knight's Tale, Cruel Intentions, Monster's Ball, The Thin Red Line, House of Flying Daggers, Thomas Crown Affair, Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, Catch Me if You Can, Fantastic Mr. Fox...
As you can see, absolutely nothing new. Oh, and just to save people some searching, Here is a complete list of Canadian shows/movies, and here is a site that lists the daily additions.
Edited on Wed 27th July, 2011 @ 20:37 by she_gamer
426. Posted: Wed 27th Jul 2011 20:38 BST
"Last Night" was pretty awesome. It's a movie about the last few hours on earth and how people are coping. It's more on the intellectual side and less on the action side. After having watched it, I checked out the reviews and most people either love it or hate it. I found it strangely intriguing and I stuck with it 'til the end. Glad I did.
Also, Prince of Darkness is up. It's a John Carpenter movie back from 1987. I enjoyed it as well. Pretty edgy and it aged fairly well. Alice Cooper is in it (lol).
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427. Posted: Wed 27th Jul 2011 20:49 BST
Seasons 1-4 of Mad Men just went up today. I can finally start watching this show, hooray!
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428. Posted: Thu 28th Jul 2011 03:17 BST
@Waveboy: Thats cool that you have another alternative than Netflix up there in Canada. Other than Netflix the only real choice we have here in the States is Blockbuster Online.I mean yeah there is Redbox as well but at a dollar a day per rental I would easily surpass the $7.99 a month Netflix charges the way I go through movies lol.Personally I hope Netflix gets a better streaming catalog so to speak since they are charging separately for disc rentals and streaming now.
Ya, I think there are around 4 differen't online DVD to mail services here in Canada, Zip being the most popular that is.And isn't Redbox that Vending machine DVD rental service? or maybe I'm getting it mixed up with something else.
As for NetFlix streaming it's just not for me, I'd rarely even use it. As for Zip....While again the selection is totaly brilliant...You can find the most obscure movies on that site ect ect. It's just the random top 20 list thingy that has me annoyed. Even when they ship out the next 2 i have to think or add in 2 other movies i never cared to see in the first place just to make it '20' again....Getting around to seeing the Movies you want seems to take forever. I've had 'Hatchet 2' and the remake 'Let me In' on their for god knows how long and i still haven't gotten those 2 yet.
I'm now starting to turn to the the Playstation rental service for the PS3. They have a decent review of new releases and then some on DVD for $3.99. You get the picture quality of an actual DVD disc...Although their bluray rentals only go up to 720p, but i only rent DVD's anyways. yet the sound quality isn't Dolby Digital which is a let down. or it is, but it's compressed i think and it's never really 5.1, but i use home theatre headphones so it's all good.
Anyways, the Zip DVD rental plan has an amazing selection....And is good for the more obscure 80's horror titles i want to rent, instead of buying, while the PSN is good for getting things on the fly, regarding new releases. But then i realise that I'm dropping $20 for Zip a month and then spending $3.99 a DVD rental on the PSN, and it adds up. eek!
Sometimes i feel like quitting Zip, and just sticking witht he PSN...but at the same time i just don't know. sigh*Not being able to watch the movie YOU want, or even being in the mood for the DVD you recieve, plus the waiting sucks on Zip. It's just that amazing massive selection that they have that keeps me glued. if The PSN had THAT selection, i'd be fine dropping $3.99 a rental.
Edited on Thu 28th July, 2011 @ 03:21 by WaveyChristmas
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429. Posted: Sat 30th Jul 2011 12:27 BST
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430. Posted: Sat 30th Jul 2011 12:55 BST
I came here to post this. I only was able to watch part of season 1 a couple years back. I am happy to be able to watch this again. i need a break from my constant star trek watching lately lol.
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431. Posted: Sat 30th Jul 2011 13:16 BST
I wish they'd put the old Smurfs cartoon up on Netflix.Seems like perfect timing since the movie just came out.
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432. Posted: Tue 2nd Aug 2011 01:36 BST
Is Dr. Horrible's dialogue supposed to be muted aside from songs? If so, while the movie was enjoyable, this seems like a cop-out.
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433. Posted: Tue 2nd Aug 2011 03:15 BST
Link79 wrote:Hey guys I just found X-MEN for instant viewing! You know that awesome animated show from the 90's?Yep, that one!Just added thanks for the heads up!
Hey guys I just found X-MEN for instant viewing! You know that awesome animated show from the 90's?Yep, that one!
Just added thanks for the heads up!
Started season 3 today... =)
434. Posted: Wed 3rd Aug 2011 00:18 BST
Avatar: The Last AirbenderThe OfficeThat 70's ShowHey Arnold!Invader ZimMerlinThe UniverseThe Twilight ZoneSaturday Night LiveThe Guild
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I might think of more later...
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435. Posted: Mon 8th Aug 2011 01:20 BST
Link79 wrote:Hey guys I just found X-MEN for instant viewing! You know that awesome animated show from the 90's?Yep, that one!Just added thanks for the heads up!Started season 3 today... =)
Just about done with season 3. Not quite as good as it was when I was 12 but still good.
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436. Posted: Mon 8th Aug 2011 01:30 BST
Is Dragonball Z,Naruto,or Bleach listed on netflix?
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437. Posted: Mon 8th Aug 2011 02:18 BST
Both Bleach and Naruto is on stream for Netflix. Not sure about DBZ since I dont like that show.
438. Posted: Mon 8th Aug 2011 02:21 BST
DBZ is not.
439. Posted: Mon 8th Aug 2011 02:33 BST
I deleted my subscription because I don't think the lack of good streaming content is worth the price. Oh well
440. Posted: Sat 13th Aug 2011 05:10 BST
Scream 3 is now on instant. I wish they would put them all on streaming at the same time so I can go on a Screamfest. Oh well.