It will never displace Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon Prime, but the films—mostly classics, international fare, and cult-faves—rotating through this service are not to missed.
Cord-cutters can watch many of this year’s Academy Award nominees in the comfort of their own homes.
Which online entertainment service offers cord-cutters the best combination of original content, user interface, and bottom-line value?
These great movies celebrate the New Year, and they're all available for streaming.
These 12 great movies available on Netflix, Amazon, and other services will get any cord-cutter into the spirit.
Celebrate the weird this holiday season and stream a few—or all—of these off-kilter movies.
Whether they were so bad they're good, or just misunderstood box-office flops, these so-called movie "turkeys" provide great post-pig-out fun.
Despite a few launch gremlins, Disney’s online streaming service looks to be a major contender.
Apple’s first attempt at producing original TV content is a mixed bag, but the future looks promising.
Our resident movie critic's recommendations this year include modern classics 'The Midnight Meat Train,' 'In the Mouth of Madness,' and 'The Autopsy of Jane Doe.'
These nine movies are now available on DVD and BD.
Whether you're a cord-cutter, a cord-never, or you're sticking with cable, you'll want to check out these great entertainment suggestions from TechHive's resident film critic.
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