These days with all the video on demand services it’s easier than ever to watch movies online. If you don’t want to stream movies online you can always download movies and watch them at your leisure – no Internet connection required. The popular online movie services such as Netflix, Crackle, and Hulu Plus are just a small portion of what’s available online. Did you know there are quite a few sites where you can safely and easily download movies free? You might even be surprised by the large selection of movies available. We tell you what sites to check out and what to consider before downloading movies or signing up for an online streaming movie service.
What are movies without the previews created to promote them? Watching movie trailers has become a popular online activity. So much so, there are even separate sites dedicated to movie trailers. You might be surprised to learn that not all movie previews are available on all movie trailer sites. That’s right, certain movie trailers are only premiered on specific websites. Whether you’re looking to download classic movie trailers or watch the preview for the hottest movies these posts tell you which sites to visit for the trailers you want to watch.
The Early Days of the Internet Before Web 3.0 and 2.0 there was simply the World Wide Web. When our CEO & Founder, Rob Glaser, left his post as a Microsoft executive to launch his startup, Progressive Networks, websites were mostly static and text was about all you could use without lengthy downloads over . . .
By Jason Phillips I would be willing to bet that every kid playing a video game when they were young has had fantasies about becoming their favorite video game character. They have probably also thought of what it might be like to see their toys come to life and move around and fight bad guys . . .
MP4 is a versatile format. It’s suitable for watching videos on a PC, but it’s also ideal for watching videos on mobile devices like an iPod or smartphone, as well as devices like the PlayStation PSP. So where do you go to find free — and legal — MP4 downloads to help stock your online . . .
As a child “it” was my favorite part of going to the movies. No, it’s not the overpriced candy and popcorn. It is of course the exciting new movie trailers that would screen prior to the start of the feature film. Before movie trailers were available to watch for free on the Internet, there were . . .
Surely you know there are plenty of ways to find movie trailers online for upcoming flicks. Did you know the web is also a rich resource for finding and downloading old movie trailers? Given the variety of sites offering classic movie trailers, there’s definitely an appetite for this sort of thing. At first blush, it . . .
Perhaps you pride yourself on having a wonderful collection of DVD’s that spans the full length of your living room. Cool huh? While it may be great to look at, it’s likely taking up a lot of space. Granted, a lot less space than that gigantic VHS collection that you used to show off at . . .
Film festivals are no longer bound to movie houses, or any fixed location for that matter. Thanks to the web, attending a film festival takes no more effort than a couple of mouse clicks. Convenience aside, Internet film festivals are also usually more interactive and social than traditional film festivals, as many sites let the . . .
The glitz, the glamour, the long speeches, and the overblown musical numbers: Yes, it’s awards season, culminating with the 85th Academy Awards. That means it’s time for you to do a little research to prepare for any Oscar pools you’re participating in ahead of the February 24, 2013 broadcast. A few years ago, the Academy . . .
The Sundance Film Festival is the gold standard of American independent film festivals. Several top-flight directors, including Steven Soderbergh, Quentin Tarantino, and Wes Anderson, first made names for themselves at Sundance. Indie favorites such as Little Miss Sunshine and Napoleon Dynamite premiered at the festival. And last year’s top Sundance award winner, Beasts of the . . .
Is the Internet becoming more like television and the movies – or are movies and TV becoming more like the Internet? The answer is yes. Both are happening simultaneously as more tools are available that begin to merge the two mediums. This blurring of the lines can be confusing, especially when exploring options on how . . .