island wrote:Blockbuster is long gone, but it feels like I haven't watched a movie at home since that place existed. Well other than one on HBO or an ocassional download from our ATT Uverse connection which never seems to have much to choose from.
So was wondering what's your go to for getting movies, new releases to old classics?
Your cable/internet provider, Netflix, Red Box, or???
I'll never be one to watch a movie or program on my computer or phone, TV only. Please clue me in on the best options for that.
snowx800 wrote:Redbox $1.20 for new releases I used to rent from Blockbuster and pay over $4 dollars per movie
pennstater2005 wrote:frugaltype wrote:Amazon instant video. Netflix has never worked properly for me.
Amazon instant video on demand as well. I love the option of renting a new release from the comfort of my couch. I have Netflix as well although it works fine for me. Did you try contacting Netflix to see if the glitch was on their end?
island wrote:Wow, I'm so out of date on all the options. No idea libraries can often be a good source. Thanks for enlightening me. I'll check them out.
frugaltype wrote:island wrote:Wow, I'm so out of date on all the options. No idea libraries can often be a good source. Thanks for enlightening me. I'll check them out.
They have ebooks you can download while being comfy at home as well.
eharri3 wrote:We still go to theaters occasionally on date-night but lately I try to avoid it. Inevitably out of 30 people in a theater there will be AT LEAST one person who insists on talking loudly and they are usually behind me.
Sam I Am wrote:I had been paying for streaming only, but I discovered the Game of Thrones series so I added DVDs for now.
Hey, you're in Boston. Somerville Theater is $6 and they have beer on tap and the crowd is great and you've got the Museum of Bad Art in the basement. Why stay home?ejvyas wrote:Following preference:
1. Public Library - I put it on hold as soon as I see the ratings and hear good things about the movie. My library is affiliated to 36 public libraries around and they get movies as soon as they are on DVD/ BD.
2. Redbox - I have loads of free codes available + get 1-2 free per month from their SMS
3. Theatre - Sometimes I go to the theatre (1st show in the morning $6)