In the beginning, the only way to see a movie was in a movie theater. You went with friends, saw the picture and maybe discussed a little about what happened. Then, moviegoers were able to bring some of the magic home with VCRs and DVD players. If you didn’t own the movie, you could just head over to the video store and rent the selection you were looking for, returning it a few days later. Now a more convenient options has arrived.
Today computers and gaming systems can be found in just about every home. Using these resources, you can scroll through a collection of movies, choose something interesting, and watch it right away. There is no downloading, so you don’t have to wait a lot of time and it isn’t stored on the devices, so there isn’t a concern about taking up too much space. Because everyone has different computers or gaming devices, there are several different consoles and brands that will work.
And it isn’t just movies anymore. Now complete television series are some of the options. Frustrated that everyone at work seems to have their own language because they all watch the same television show? Watch entire seasons of hit shows on the comfort of your couch, without ever needing to leave home. Watch several episodes in a row and in no time, you too will be able to participate in the water cooler conversation.
The cost for these types of services are minimal considering the amount of viewing options that you have. Most new releases are not available in this format and will still need to rented on DVD or Blu-ray, however most of these services include some type of mailing option in the package. Make a list of movies you want to see and they will mail them out to you with no due date. Mail it back and the next on will be on its way to you.