Rip in Love film by post
edited 14 August 2017 at 1:05PM in TV MoneySaving
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That's why there are no longer as many new releases of back catalogue titles.
The days of DVD and Blu-ray are limited, not just rentals.
Hopefully you will be able to find another company that will offer the same level of service for the next 10 years.
Very easy to find the rental list/Lovefilm account via Amazon so I don't buy that 1.
To be honest with you it was bound to happen with more people using a streaming service, same nail that was put into the coffin of Blockbuster.
Most of the boxsets I borrow never appear on streaming services or if on disc, costs too much or impossible to buy.
I will go through my lists and see if any are not on streaming, delete these and check out second hand places such as CEX and buy the ones I'm desperate to watch.
Same, on streaming delete it, if not keep it. I can browse Prime but not Netflix :mad:
I've got both. But everytime I want to see something on Prime, its £2.99 an episode - I have Prime membership. Am I doing anything wrong?
12 rounds (movie) not on Prime to stream.
Blood and Bone (movie) not on Prime to stream.
American Horror Story Season 4 (TV) not on Prime to stream.
Being Human (TV) not on Prime to stream.
And stream is better!!