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‘The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey’ Fan Review: A Truly Masterful Children’s Tale Comes to Life by Larry D. Curtis
New on DVD/Blu-ray: ‘The Dark Knight Rises,’ ‘Beasts of the Southern Wild’ by Peter Hall
Dialogue: ‘V/H/S’ Writer-Producer Simon Barrett on Surprising Horror Fans and the Wait for ‘You’re Next’ by Peter Hall
Why the Drive-in Should Be Resurrected, and Who Should Do It by Brian Salisbury
Why You… Continue reading Best of the Week: Our 'Hobbit' Expert Reviews the Film, New Video On Demand, Awards Talk and More
Cable On DemandCable offers VOD programming (same-day-as-disc releases, older titles and pre-theatrical exclusives) for rent, usually for 24- or 48-hour periods at prices from about $ 2.99 for older titles to $ 9.99 for new or exclusive releases. Since cable offers a direct connection from your cable provider, its VOD offerings are usually less prone to outside interference and can be streamed with surround sound and 3D when available.
Revolutionizes the way people watch movies with BigFlixplus
BestMediaInfo Bureau | Delhi | January 6, 2011
BigFlicks a part of Reliance Group’s, Digital Entertainment Business has launched India’s first online Movie on Demand service BigFlix plus, which lets the user just click and play a catalogue of over 500 movies at a subscription fee across PC, Tablets and Mobiles.
BIGFLIX plus… Continue reading BigFlicks launches India’s first online HD Movie on Demand service
‘Magic Trip,’ the new documentary about Ken Kesey and his psychedelic impact on the 1960s, hits theaters today in New York City, Berkeley and San Fransisco (before rolling out to more theaters across the country over the next three months). However, the theatrical release is not the first time the movie is being shown. ‘Magic Trip’ has been available at the fingertips of viewers since its On Demand… Continue reading On Demand Is Changing The Way You Watch Indie Films
Kids favourite Bananas in Pajamas.
An increasing number of people are turning from traditional TV of major broadcasters to on-demand viewing using online services, and the move is being spearheaded by children.
Fairfax says that ABC’s iView is among the online services benefiting from the development, and has become increasingly popular since its launch three years ago as more homes get broadband.
Around one million visitors watch programs on iView… Continue reading Kids spearhead move to TV on demand