From Netfllx to Hulu and beyond, where to find the best video. (Legal sites only, please).
- Joined: June 23rd, 2007, 1:30 am
It's the postage. I order from Amazon at least once a week, two day shipping. They are losing money on me, shipping wise.
- Joined: July 4th, 2009, 5:32 pm
I order a ton of stuff from Amazon, so I make the most out of the Prime subscription. None too happy about a 20% increase, however. They should offer a lot more Prime Video; a lot of titles I might want to see are not included, and would simply cost more...
Isn't this a strange conversation for men who...aren't...crazy?
- Joined: January 25th, 2005, 11:04 pm
More new old titles added:
BRIDE OF THE GORILLA (1951)
SONG AT MIDNIGHT (1937)
VAMPIRE RAIDERS NINJA QUEEN (1989)
THE BLOODY JUDGE (1970)
SEVEN DEATHS IN A CAT'S EYE (1973)
INVASION OF THE ANIMAL PEOPLE (1959)
ZOMBIE NIGHTMARE (1987)
OSS 117 - PANIC IN BANKOK (1964)
A...FOR ASSASSIN (1966)
MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS (1976)
In case anyone is wondering, I have only been listing the newly added pre-1990 genre titles...Amazon Prime adds tons of newer horror, sci-fi, and mystery stuff regularly as well.
My blog covering Indian science fiction,horror, fantasy, and mystery films - from silents to today: https://cinemajadoo.wordpress.com/
- Joined: September 21st, 2011, 2:08 am
I wanted to take a moment to thank MBARNUM for posting all the old films that have come to Amazon Prime recently. I'm in a post-op situation that requires me to be face down for 45 minutes out of every hour and, thanks to MB and my iPad, I've watched about a dozen of the Amazon Prime offerings, including films that have been on my "someday" list for years. They really pass the time. Thanks!
- Joined: May 5th, 2008, 9:24 pm
There are now 58 titles on Amazon Prime streaming from Code Red/Cinema Epoch.
Kundun Rat Terrier: 8/16/02 - 3/26/11. RIP, Ku.