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Here's the first teaser trailer for Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser

Apr 15
// Nick Valdez
Despite all of my better judgement, and how many times I've reviewed terrible comedy sequels made years later, I'm actually looking forward to Joe Dirt 2: Beautiful Loser. The first one holds a lot of memories for me as I go...

MST3K now on Vimeo

Because this really should have happened ages ago
Sep 18
// Matthew Razak
Mystery Science Theater 3000 was for some reason not readily available to stream in all its glory. Yes, Netflix had some episodes, but never the full canon. Now, thanks to Vimeo, we can all watch crappy movies get brill...

Netflix has 76,897 unique ways to describe movies

Still doesn't have that one movie you've been trying to see
Jan 06
// Matthew Razak
Alexis Madrigal over at the Atlantic went a little insane and decided to figure out just how many of those insanely precise genres Netflix has. The answer he came to, after some truly diligent work, was 76,897. In an interest...

Inside the Xbox One Launch Event in LA, is it just games?

More like Multimedia Box One
Nov 27
// Michael Jordan
Now when anyone thinks of a console launch, they think videogames. That is their primary function, but with technology making everything easier and simpler, consoles do far more than just play games. You can start to see thi...


Sony and Disney stream movies still in theaters

Movie piracy is bad, m'kay?
Jun 24
// Logan Otremba
Disney and Sony have begun testing what is basically an anti-pirating measure regarding their films in South Korea. What they are doing is testing an on-demand service which offers the ability to rent movies while they are st...

Two dozen Akira Kurosawa films free on Hulu this weekend

Classics from a master
Mar 22
// Thor Latham
If you're sitting at home wondering exactly what the hell you're going to do with yourself for the next 48 hours, you may want take Hulu up on its offer this weekend. In celebration of the acclaimed director's 103rd birthday ...
If you had plans this weekend, you no longer have them now
That's right, guys and gals. If it's a Criterion release and if it's on Hulu, you can watch it free starting now and lasting through Sunday. You know how you (meaning me) wanted to get work done over the weekend and hang out ...

Listen to Jonny Greenwood's score for The Master

Sep 11 // Hubert Vigilla

With Paul Thomas Anderson's The Master coming out this week, a treat just popped up online. You can now stream Jonny Greenwood's score for The Master in its entirety. Greenwood previously scored Anderson's There Will Be Blood...


Yesterday, Amazon announced that their online video service, Amazon Instant Video, had gone live on the PlayStation 3. Amazon Prime members, in addition to getting a few benefits like free 2-day shipping, are able to take adv...


Comcast launches Netflix/Hulu rival Xfinity Streampix

Feb 22
// Alex Katz
Comcast has been offering their Xfinity TV app on Apple products for a while, and now they're going a bit bigger. Xfinity TV is basically TV on demand on a mobile device for people who already use Comcast. Tomorrow, Comcast w...

You may recall that, many moons ago, there was a bit of a spat between Starz and Netflix. Well, now it's finally coming to a head. In one week, on February 28th, 2012, Netflix Instant subscribers will no longer be able to acc...


Verizon and Redbox combine forces to rent & stream movies

Feb 06
// Bob Muir
We knew that Verizon was planning some sort of streaming video service, and now the communications giant has shown its hand. Rather than purchasing Netflix as some rumors suggested, Verizon is teaming up with Coinstar, Inc.'s...

Terry Gilliam on The Wholly Family; watch it online 1/23

Jan 17 // Hubert Vigilla
Terry Gilliam's Nike ad # 1 - "The Secret Tournament" [embed]206592:37704[/embed] Terry Gilliam's Nike ad # 2 - "The Rematch" [embed]206592:37705[/embed]

Terry Gilliam has been playing the waiting-for-money game on two features: an adaption of Paul Auster's Mr. Vertigo and a second shot at The Man Who Killed Don Quixote. Rather than sit still, he's kept busy by directing the ...


HBO doesn't like Netflix, refuses to sell DVDs

Jan 06
// Bob Muir
HBO, get over yourself. It's bad enough that you refuse to make a deal to stream your shows on Netflix. You insist on making your own service, HBO Go, that you can only access if you're buying the cable channel, stubbornly ig...

On a day when the stock market is generally down 2%, Netflix's stock is actually soaring. The rental service's shares shot up 6.8%, a big difference considering that its market value has been steadily declining for the past f...


Verizon is planning on rolling out a web-based television and movie streaming service sometime in 2012. The service will be available outside of their regular FIOS television and internet service, though I'd imagine current F...

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