The arrival of the worldwide web has no doubt revolutionised how things work. Before, folks would go to their local DVD film rentals shop but now, more and more TV buffs and movie lovers are turning to film rental online services every day.
Unlike online film rentals, we post your movies to you, you send them back to us when you’re done then we’ll post another title from your list.
So, why have so many customers opted for film rentals online over local, bricks-and-mortar video shops?
When you plump for DVD film rentals, you’ll pay a low, set fee every month. When you belong to a local video shop, you can never be sure how many movies you’ll rent in a month, not to mention forgetting to return one and pay a late charge. Your entertainment budget will constantly be in flux.
Unlike driving to the DVD shop to pick up or a return a movie, film rental services will cover the shipping costs for you, both ways. What’s more, you’ll save money on late fees, since you never have to pay them. Even better, especially for movie enthusiasts who watch gazillions of DVDs a month, the cost per film will be significantly lower than renting at the shop.
Using a bricks-and-mortar film shops for your movie and TV series rentals requires no small expenditure of time. Not only do you have to drive (or fight) your way through traffic all the way to the shop, you then have to peruse through all the movies, title-by-title until you find the film you were looking for. Rent a film online, and you’ll only have to build your queue. Finding your desired title is a piece of cake, thanks to being able to type them into the website’s search engine. Add them to your list in seconds with a mere click of the mouse. They’ll then be posted to you asap.
Online film rental services make it possible for you to enhance your overall entertainment experience in a convenient and fun way. You’ll be able to make recommendations, read a useful range of customer and critical reviews, rate movies and even receive recommendations based on your rating and genre preferences.
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Iranian-British horror Under the Shadow continues in the footsteps of Australian terror The Babadook and Korean scare-fest The Wailing insofar it rides the newly formed wave of non-American horror flicks that beat their American counterparts by manifold amounts. Why are these films scarier than your typical USA Paranormal Activity borefest? (excluding part uno) Well, maybe because each country and culture differently perceives what is scary and how scariness affects the human psyche. ... Read full review »
All these Comic Book movies are starting to get a little bit boring and samey and adding a link at the end of each film to The Avengers, Thor or Iron Man, is really starting to get tedious! Dr Strange shares many similarities with films such as 'The Green Lantern' and 'Guardians of the Galaxy', the special effects and CGI are very similar, with many themes and much imagery being heavily borrowed from the two! Folding buildings and street scenes has been lifted literally straight from 'Inception' and the character ... see more of Dr.Strange himself, is little more than an adult 'Airbender'! Benedict Cumberbatch brings his usual air of self assurance, arrogance and self interest to the part, but the character shares slightly too much in similarity to Iron Man, in the way that both characters are self absorbed in their own vanity! The evil entity is straight out of The Green Lantern and this has a little bit of Harry Potter thrown in too. So in all it offers very little which is new or original and treads the usual comic book formula of bad guy vs good guy. What this film does do is to bring all these elements together in a strong and interesting way, so that once the acton starts it really does hold your attention. All in I found this quite an enjoyable film to watch and thought the special effects were very well done, if not a little cluttered! Some interesting ideas and takes on the magic formula. Not a lot to be said about character development or acting, as the characters end up taking second place to the action. This could have ended on a high note, which it did, paving the way for more sequels. That was until Thor annoyingly makes an appearance right at the end, leaving the door open for Dr.Strange to join the avengers!
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