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Scary Movies You Can Stream On Netflix/Amazon In May 2018

Creep (2014)

A truly creepy found footage film following a man answering a Craigslist ad for a videographer. The job seems sketchy (the man is strange, the mountain house is secluded) but he decides to stick it out for the money. 2,600 more words


Netflix Streaming Does Not Carry Classics

Looking to watch an old classic? Don’t subscribe to Netflix.

You may find some more info here

When you go to their streaming site as of now, filter by Genres, then Classics, you will not see much of a selection at all.  122 more words

Stream Oscar-winners from the past

Movie lovers rejoice! The Seattle Public Library recently added a film streaming service called Kanopy. Kanopy offers a collection of over 30,000 films with an emphasis on classic, independent and international films but also includes award-winning documentaries, selections from The Great Courses lecture series, and a wide ranging sample of some of the finest PBS programing. 437 more words


Cloverfield Paradox and The New Film Medium

We’re in an interesting place in time, still riding the first waves created when art and technology collide in the vast ocean of the internet. Arguably the art form benefiting most from this collision is film; anyone can now make a visual story with their phone and present it to the world on Youtube. 807 more words


Best 2017 Movies & Thanksgiving Streaming List

Seems like the perfect timing for a light-hearted post related to two things that we love to celebrate — holidays and movies.

We ended October and ushered in November with a week of filming imbibing, courtesy of the Austin Film Festival. 678 more words

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Streaming movies becomes illegal in Germany

Not just in Germany, but especially in Germany because we know how keen they are to write official letters to offenders. I wrote about this issue… 407 more words


The latest free streaming TV service: Your public library

Hoopla and Kanopy offer free streaming movies, TV shows, and documentaries with just a library card.

Editor’s Note: My library here has hoopla.. what does your local public library have? 10 more words

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