I personally think they stock really good movies, they just make it impossible to know they’re available on the service. I use the website below (justwatch.com). The link below shows all movies/shows on Netflix with a rotten tomatoes rating greater than 8.3 and IMDB rating of greater than 7 (just an example, there are other filters as well). Check out the selection there.
The Netflix main menu is just filled with their own content and for the most part garbage. It’s a shame you have to dig.
123 comments posted so far and I don't see a single mention of JustWatch. It is the single best resource for searching for streaming media that I have found.
I sub to Netflix, Hulu, HBO, and Amazon Prime. With this one website I can search them all for something to watch. And yes, you can search by genre.
This is not a streaming site. It's a site where you can look up a movie or show and you can find where you can legally stream or buy/rent it for digital distribution.
> That's the #1 annoying thing about only using streaming services. There's no centralized database of who has what. If there's a movie I want to watch, I have to open and search in each stream individually. There are a few sites that purport to do that search for you, but I don't have good luck with them working well.
I usually do a quick search on this website. Seems to work for me. https://www.justwatch.com/us
I hope you're kidding about expecting anything, let alone demons, to jump out of a book.
> A very bratty perspective on the world, the Satanists believe they have no responsibility for man’s contribution or destruction of the planet. As a convicted collectivist, i couldn’t disagree more with their thesis for how people should go about their lives.
You might want to look up The Satanic Temple then. Although they're more rational, no magic. The documentary Hail Satan? is pretty interesting.
Looks like you have to buy it. About £10 UK, $20 US.
https://www.justwatch.com/uk/movie/they-shall-not-grow-old - UK links
https://www.justwatch.com/us/movie/they-shall-not-grow-old - US links
I can't see it available anywhere in NZ or Australia though, which is disappointing.
Just Watch. Simply select your region and then search for the movie. It will tell you where it's available online. Currently in the US, GBH is only available to rent or purchase online.
I never use Netflix to browse either. I always use third party sites like InstantWatcher or JustWatch. They are so much easier to browse and show what is actually trending, not just what Netflix or Amazon decide to let you know about.
It’s pretty frustrating when my housemates are trying to find something to watch on Netflix and they will just scroll forever and take turns suggesting stuff and having other people shoot it down. It takes them like 30 minutes to pick a show every single time.
Piratdebatten känns så jävla uttjatad.
Jag tycker det är pinsamt att myndigheter ens lägger tid på det här längre, och inte minst pinsamt att man spenderar statliga pengar på en video där man försöker moralisera kring hur streaming kan eller inte kan ge pengar till extravaganta knarkkungar.
Personligen så tänker jag fortsätta pirata det som inte finns tillgängligt på det skamlösa utbudet på tex Netflix. Speciellt gamla filmer som inte finns någon annanstans att få tag på.
Ett bra tips för er som vill se vart man kan hitta filmer/serier och på vilken platform: https://www.justwatch.com/se
Couldn't tell you if it's better, but I've been using https://www.justwatch.com/us (they have non-us versions). I've found inaccuracies once or twice, but I like that I can pick which streaming services I want, filter by TV show/movies/rotten tomatoes rating/release year/genre, and so I can go in without a title to search.
Everything is so fragmented now, I don't like going to any given service to see if they have the thing I'm looking for. I'd rather go find something that's in the right general area.
Doesn't look like it is. Looks like it's streaming on a bunch of individual channel and network apps with ads, but I assume you'd need accounts with those apps to view. Here
Justwatch let's you specify a territory, search for a movie, and see what platforms it's on.
Here's the Akira page for the US.
To be fair, searching through their catalog on their own site is absolutely awful. To actually find anything use https://www.justwatch.com/. You'll actually be able to find what you might be looking for plus some hidden gems that amazon doesn't show or want to show on the front page of prime video.
I feel like people forget that Netflix is producing and distributing content for everyone. There's a ton of good stuff on there, it just requires a bit of digging or taking a chance on lesser known shows. If you're looking for big, well-known series then yeah, Hulu is probably a better choice but the idea that it's all crap is nonsense. What they really need to work on is their algorithms and providing a more tailored UI so people don't feel overwhelmed by stuff that doesn't appeal to them. But there is still plenty of excellent shows, docs, specials and movies on there. I personally use Just Watch, Instant Watcher, /r/netflixbestof and an Excel spreadsheet to keep track of things and I never have a shortage of things on the service I either want to see or am anticipating. Sure, it's a little more work and if people don't want to do that, it's understandable but that doesn't mean that Netflix doesn't still have a ton of great content.
Check out Just Watch.
You can search all the streaming sites to see where movies are available. I always go there first. If I can't find the movie I want I pirate it. I'm all for taking the legit route, but really I'll just do what's easiest. And pirating is soo easy.
I use https://www.justwatch.com/us.
JustWatch is a service that aggregates movie / series availability across several dozen streaming services. You can
Good news for you foreigners: JustWatch is available worldwide.
All in the Family - Sony has a season on Crackle. I believe they rotate the seasons.
If you are looking for older shows not on Hulu, Netflix or Amazon, check Tubitv, Hoopla Digital, Crackle, Netflix DVD, CBS All Access, and your library's DVD collection as well as the ABC and NBC websites/app. Many broadcasters have added Classic or Throwback categories. Not sure if Kanopy has tv shows but it does have classic movies.
It's kind of crazy they choose to do this at a time when litterally no services, not even CBS All Access, are streaming the movie. This would have been a slam dunk marketing ploy for CBS to have it up now during their free month promotion.
not on the topic exactly, but https://www.justwatch.com/us is a great resource for searching streaming sites. You can select your accounts (netflix, amazon, hbonow, etc) and search for movies and filter those searches.
If you want to buy a movie instead of rent one i've generated a list of movies $5 and under. You can always use your credit towards a more expensive movie as well. Plenty of halloween type movies for under $5 just in time for the season too.
Justwatch is a great site for checking this stuff. According to this you may be able to stream it on Amazon if you have it (can probably also just make a trial account for the movie)
FYI the site JustWatch.com is a great resource! Look up any movie you can think of and you can find where you can stream or rent it.
For example, here's the results for The Witch.
> library is small
Amazon - 946
Hotstar - 1,965
>Netflix doesn't have the slows i would like to watch
I had only heard of canistreamit but I wanted to make sure justwatch had older movies and Kanopy on there and thankfully they do! One major thing though is that they don't mention that Kanopy is free compared to FilmStruck or Netflix.
>No amount of content justifies their high monthly charges.
They sort of do , they have a considerably larger library than any of their competitors at 3060 titles, while prime has 651 and hotstar has 1626.
I suggest you share it with others, i myself share it with people i've met on this sub and so it costs ₹200/month for me.
I think it's the opposite. I think they are highlighting content that is on local hubs to keep the data transfer down.
When I use search programs (like https://www.justwatch.com), I'm frequently shocked at how much good content is on Netflix. I think they use algorithms and "originals" to push stuff in front of you that has been pushed to their hubs so they don't have to serve as much stuff over the long haul from their servers.
And this is why we never get a "seen it" button, because it would mean everyone would scatter their content, probably on a bell curve, and Netflix wouldn't be able to predict what to pre-load on their hubs.
If you guys like this, you’re going to love JustWatch.
I gave up on Netflix recommendations. I also have Amazon Prime and some other services through cable. This aggregates then all.
If you’re constantly looking for something new to watch, you should really check it out.
Just a FYI, prime has a crap ton of older films.
You can use this site to browse/search.
Here is an example of 1940s. Almost 400.
I use the website JustWatch, and they have an app too (on iOS at least). It's great because you can select Netflix and whatever else you have access to and try to find something decent in any given genre.
OJ Made in America is included with Amazon Prime. If you don't have the service, it also has a free trial.
I agree Hulu can be deceptive when it comes to content. I usually refer to Just Watch to check the Library of streaming services, it's a big help though not always a complete list for any service...link below.
I count about 90 things this month. Granted I doubt I want to watch 90% of it, would be nice to see it. There was a Jackie Chan movie I would like to see, I found on that list.
edit, I take that back, apparently that one movie isnt available in the US. 'Railroad Tigers'. Hah, figures.
This is incredibly sad if true. I watched the Netflix documentary on Foley and recommend it to anyone who hasn't seen it. It gave good insight into what these men went through in captivity. One reason the British government might not have tried to rescue him might be because they already did once and he essentially wasted every resource they used by going back. I struggle to understand why he would do that. Kind of seems like a slap in the face.
Edit: The documentary is called 'Jim: The James Foley Story'. Seems it isn't on Netflix for the US folk, so here's a link with different ways to watch.
Remember instead of renting you can buy a movie with your credit. Here is a list of all $5 and under movie on vudu. You can adjust the price/other filters if you just want a discount on a movie. Personal recommendation is battle royale!
Why? You shouldn't have to do legwork for people, especially since we're all spread out in different countries.
The best way I'm aware of to find that info is JustWatch. Just plug in Coherence, and it shows you that it's available on Shudder, SundanceNow, and where you can rent it for a few bucks. I use it daily.
Has anyone mentioned that this already exists (for the most part. They have Rotten Tomatoes ratings instead)? JustWatch supports every streaming service I've ever heard of.
Seriously: is the no way to browse the available titles for Stan or Netflix without joining? If not then that clearly says something about their services. What kind of service keeps its products a secret? I can understand cases where it would take an effort to put a full catalogue online but for streaming video there's close to zero cost to making it freely available. So I can only assume that Stan and Netflix feel that people are more likely to join if they don't know how many/few titles they have available.
After some searching I found that you can search for Australian Streaming content here.
Allow me to introduce you to The Matador, one of the best dude-bro films ever, and without a doubt (fire) the best Brosnan film. It's not just a great movie, it's the movie that will make you re-think what you know about our man, because he is way, way fun in this as Julian Noble, a hitman who may or may not be having an existential crisis while also befriending a befuddled businessman (Greg Kinnear) and hoping that he can have something of that kind of normal life.
The song is The Cramps, I think it's Garbage Man, and this soundtrack is also nuts-great. The film is shot perfectly, and the script is perfect from a screenwriting point of view.
Watch it with friends while drinking good beer and toasting each other and you're in for a great evening.
Thanks to the complaint thread yesterday, I was able to get a new phone at less of an impact on my monthly bill than if I bought one anytime from tomorrow. Also, the whole process only took 90 minutes including the wait time. The guy told me at the end he was still in training, and I told him I was surprised to hear that since everything went so smoothly.
Also, yesterday I found this site - Just Watch, which is great in that it tells you were you can find movies and TV for streaming, rental, or digital purchase.
I'm not sure what you want us to say? As you've looked up every possible movie, there isn't many options there.
My first thought is to suggest you should get outside more...
But how about HBO or Showtime or Cinemax or any other service like that. Just for a month to see the movies you haven't seen. Have you tried hoopla free from many local libraries?
Or try https://www.justwatch.com/us/movies?providers=vdu,itu&monetization_types=rent&max_price=1 for boatloads of 99 cent rentals.
You can filter it to show what they have.
I love it, but I also watch a lot of "shitty" horror movies. Been subscribed about 8 months. There will be a few redundancies with Prime. 'PRACT' will get you 30 days free if you sub outside of Amazon.
Remember as always you dont have to rent you can always buy a movie. Here is a list of whats $5 right now on Vudu. Click the title then click the vudu icon on the next page and it will take you too the movie.
This week has some good deals from the Terminator franchise.
I Need 1 vudu code pm me!
Where to stream legally:
Americans can stream for free on Crackle (with ads) or rent/buy from Vudu/Playstation
Unforgiven (1992) is one of the greats. However, the Western library on Netflix is pathetic.
Edit: the 22 results for /us/netflix/movies/western
Sort by rating, move the sliders for IMDB and RT wherever you like, and bam. Can also combine with other filters like genre etc.
Not exactly what you're asking for but close, and a lot better than you'll ever get from netflix themselves.
To be fair, though, if you move the sliders to 91% RT and 9.1 IMDB the only result from netflix is The Godfather.
While not a 100% solution to your issue, JustWatch is really useful for this kind of thing:
It'll show you where a movie is available in 4K and what the price is for each service.
Similarly, you can see when new 4K movies are released on this page:
Here is a link that shows you where you can stream it! I just found out about this site (justwatch.com) and so far it has been fairly helpful for me.
Hope this helps!
Edit: link fix
It's on prime video in the US.
Just Watch is a free service that will tell you what streaming sites have things and you can set it to other countries for those of you that aren't in the US. You can also just browse through all of your streaming apps at once on it and create a watch list that spans all of them so you can just go there, click and go to wherever it's streaming directly. The recommendation algorithm takes some time to work but once you add some likes/dislikes across all services or even if something isn't on a service it gets pretty good and I've found some good TV, movies and anime that way.
I've seen this movie. The woman has dark hair and may be hispanic? She talks to her mother on the phone a lot.
She keeps seeing a person in a monkey mask that is involved in some kind of protest.I think I watched it on Amazon Prime or netflix; I will find it for you.
EDIT:Found it! Anti Matter 2016
Streaming on Prime and Hoopla!
(Ignore the poster/cover that looks like a robot; watch the trailer!)
is this being shown somewhere specific?
this site indicates where one can get any movie, and if they are streaming. Looks like 13th floor is on pluto, which is free (but with ads).
You can try using https://www.justwatch.com to see where things are for you to stream and buy digitally :)
Otherwise you should be able to find a Blu-ray somewhere too (I've heard that the transfer isn't proper HD, but an upscale from the DVD, which is a real shame as this is one of the Classic series stories which was done on film, so it is possible). I believe the Blu-ray also has a reversible cover too, so you can use either the new artwork or the classic series DVD style, which is a nice touch.
Watch the film legally:
Americans can stream on STARZ or rent/buy from Youtube, Google Play, Microsoft, VUDU or Apple.
Canadians can rent/buy from Microsoft or Apple
UK folks can rent/buy from Chili, Apple or Microsoft
Devi recuperare assolutamente i Batman di Burton e quelli di Nolan. Stando a JustWatch nessuno di questi è disponibile in streaming.
Many of the movies are exclusive to Starz, unless you're going to /rent/buy them individually from iTunes/Google Play/etc.
Here's a list of some of the content available just on Starz.
This is a good site to find titles on prime(and most other services too). You can sort by genre, year, or even decade. Here's "prime 1950s" for example...300+ titles with dozens of gems.
Find movies you can buy on Vudu for $5 on this site.
Edit: Train To Busan, is a great zombie flick, if that's your thing.
> The days of pirated content are over.
> give me some websites to use
List of legal streams and downloads.
Search for a series stream with because.moe or justwatch.com.
> AND manga.
It doesn't seem to work, I chose UK, then Netflix,, then series, set RT to the bare minimum, it has only 3 series when most Neflix series do have a RT score.
EDIT: here https://www.justwatch.com/uk/provider/netflix/tv-series?rating_tomato=1
watch these two documentaries:
HyperNormalisation by Adam Curtis
The Shock Doctrine, based on Naomi Klein's book.
Unfortunately no. I doubt they are available in Pluto Tv's on demand section either. Pluto Tv intentionally does not have a full guide as it supposed to be spontaneous not appointment style tv.
You probably already know this: the episodes from the 1963 Dr. Who are available on stream on Britbox.The 2005 version is available
to stream onAmazon Prime.
You lucky Americans can stream this wonderful movie on Shudder, and rent/buy from Amazon.
Canadians like me only get the blu-ray as an option or if you're lucky it may be available for rent at your library (sadly, not at the Ottawa public library) (The Canadian side of Justwatch didn't even have an entry at all for Texas Chain Saw 1974)
In the UK it can be rented/bought from Rakuten.
Thank you again /u/ListenAndF0rgive for pointing out this site. Makes it easier to find a definitive answer than google searching and hoping there are entries on Decider/Moviefone.
There are lots of websites that will do that for you. Try JustWatch.com. Here are all the Netflix titles in the US that are rated above 80% on RottenTomatoes.
It's my favorite comedy, period.
Because someone forgot to renew the copyright, it's actually in the public domain. It's streaming freely on a lot of services, including the Internet Archive.
It looks like it's not available to stream for free in the US, just rent and buy. But in the future, Justwatch.com will tell you what is playing where, you can see what was added to your streaming services and it's overall a great resource.
Here's a list of legal streaming services. Most of them have free options:
Use http://because.moe or https://www.justwatch.com/ to find where a particular show is streaming.
It's on Netflix! The Arabic is not translated, but all of the French is in the subtitles.
As an aside, I recommend this site to make it super easy to find where to stream movies.
I saw it listed on Amazon, but Just Watch shows it on Vudu & YouTube, plus a few other places. If you watch it, let me know if it's worth the rental price. :)
JustWatch.com is a great resource. It's a search engine for "which streaming service has this movie I want to see?"
I know myself and many others have just stopped using it to browse. I won't unsubscribe because they still have a ton of fantastic things I want to see and even more on the way. I just use sites like Instant Watcher and Just Watch and keep a running list of things I want to watch. I pretty much only open the app when I know what I want to see and am ready to watch.
According to JustWatch, here are the 20 most popular movies on Fandor:
JustWatch. I have access to like 5 different streaming services and JustWatch lets you combine all of them and see new things added to any of the services and make a multi-platform watchlist. https://www.justwatch.com/
Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954) - Streaming for free on Tubi.
Found it easily enough through Just Watch.
Seems like most people I talk to do did not know this about Charter. So I hope this helps people watch some free movies! I recommend JustWatch for checking out what's available to stream.
Sling tv (either package) + $5 Hollywood Extra will get you Turner Classic Movies channel
Also in at least one of the Southern Fibernet packages
They have a shop that you can buy movies from: http://www.tcm.com/
Look at the Amazon add on packages for other movie channels
see if your library subscribes to Digital Hoopla's streaming service...its basically Netflix for public libraries. You can borrow digital movies, tv shows, and ebooks for free if they subscribe.
Search for specific titles in this database and it will tell you where they are: https://www.justwatch.com/us
Edit: Also try Tubi TV. It's on Roku. Might have website.
Have you tried this site, also, the rotten tomatoes website has a pretty good advanced search feature whereby you can select genre, year, and streaming on netflix as options.
Try https://www.justwatch.com/? Just type in the year you want, select the streaming service you own and most results should come back with the year you want, and brings you right to the movie page.
Primal (2019) has a lot of horror elements to it. In fact, nearly every episode is a little mini-horror story. Its an animated series by the guy who did Samurai Jack. Also there is no dialog.
This happens, unfortunately. There are a lot of reasons movies can get flagged on these services. The soundtrack might have music which isn’t cleared for streaming. The movie itself might only have has cable rights as part of its contract. There’s a movie I like from the 30s which is usually flagged as unavailable because it’s a restored version; the original unrestored version is public domain. There’s another movie I haven’t seen in years which shows on TCM every once in a while, but is completely unavailable in digital or streaming.
Looks like Shag isn’t available at all on streaming either.
HiDive has it for the US and UK - check the following link:
if you're not in the UK or US then select your country from the pulldown menu (if listed) and see which legal streamer has it.
Netflix has it in some places and depending on your country you may be able to rent or buy it on Amazon, YouTube, etc.
Go to the following link and select your country from the pulldown menu:
Definitely library, and with a library card, you get free access to Kanopy, which has a lot of Criterion movies.
Use Justwatch to find out which streaming service has your movie. Usually, you'll be able to find a rental for $3 or 4. A lot of streaming services also have free trials.
Your final, and perhaps best, option is Netflix's mail order DVD service. Honestly, it's so much better than their streaming, there's no comparison in terms of which movies are available. Pretty much all of those early classics will be on there.
People downvoting: "Why should they be happy?"
I reckon you would want something which isn't too gross or gory, or too action packed. Maybe something scary at times, but with a kind of romantic fairytale element to it.
How about something like The Devil's Backbone or Pan's Labyrinth?
LoL, imo that site was trash from start to finish.
If you didn't know how to avoid their ads, better not visit.
As far as legal options go, https://www.justwatch.com/ might be worth a look to track down where your favourites can be bought or streamed. Looks a lot can bought through Amazon video or streamed on Prime, and at least a few things may be on Disney+
May depend on your location though - which service is licensed to show what varies by country. Also can't see it mentioned on there, but HBO max apparently has a lot of the old Warner Bros (Looney Tunes and Hanna-Barbera) and Cartoon Network shows.
For future reference, justwatch.com is a really handy site for this sort of thing, and it shows all 5 seasons streaming free (with commercials) on IMDBtv.
1) My first thought when I read this title was also Forrest Gump.
2) Good god, why didn't they just let all these guys do jobs in "supply chain, kitchen patrol, or janitorial services?"
3) There is an excellent documentary called The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara. It's mostly just filmmaker Errol Morris interviewing McNamara about his thoughts on war, including World War II, Vietnam, and the Cuban Missle Crisis up through Iraq.
Watched this movie last night and it blew me away. I consider myself a big horror fan and now I feel like a big dum-dum who'd been sleeping on a classic.
Says Martin Scorsese,
>There are startling images and moments in this picture that will haunt you for a long time to come, and I suppose I should say that it's not for the faint of heart. But be brave, because it's worth it.
The basic log-line is this: two detectives pursue a string of otherwise unrelated murders in which a mysterious man hypnotically compels everyday people to commit homicide by slashing a large 'X' into their victim's throat. Its easiest and most familiar point of comparison would be SE7EN, but this film is less interested in psychological profiling and more interested in relentlessly building this engulfing sense of dread and philosophical bleakness, punctuated by fleeting scenes of brutal violence. There is barely a score, but instead an undercurrent of burbling environmental noises, like the steady thrum of a washing machine or the whipping of stormy winds. I know it's a horror cliché, but it truly does get under your skin.
Timing-wise, it juuust pre-dated the J-horror craze, and Kurosawa went on to make the more popular semi-hit PULSE, among many other films. Unfortunately, it's rather difficult to find, and the only streaming service it is officially on is The Criterion Channel (which is a great service imo, but not for everyone).
However, some say if you do a search on YouTube for 'Cure 1997', you may find a full version uploaded with English subs. I highly recommend considering it for Shocktober viewing!
There's an app/website for that: justwatch
You tell it what country you're from, and you can view and search the contents of all the streaming services in your region
You can sort and filter by category, rating (imdb/rotten tomatoes) and more.
It's free. Check it out ☺
If Hulu's website isn't a good option, try Justwatch.com](https://www.justwatch.com/us/provider/hulu/movies?release_year_from=1990&release_year_until=2002) if you have the $5.99/$11.99 hulu plans. I already selected Hulu and movies for you, just select the appropriate genre from the drop down list. Example Scifi movies. It will at least make it easier to know what to search for.
I usually pick my favorites on the website or use the Roku search option first and save them. Makes it easier in the Roku app.
Not available digitally anywhere from what I can see (e.g. JustWatch searches many digital distributors), so buying it on Amazon is unfortunately your only legitimate option to watch it.
Cropsey (2009) is a documentary about a mysterious boogie-man from Staten Island that was kidnapping kids. It's pretty tense throughout, and like most good documentaries, goes to a few places you didn't expect. There is a lot of "exploring" various abandoned places as they try to piece together the facts that make up the legend. Very well done.
It's streaming on Hulu in the USA, and also free on Tubi TV with ad's. In Canada it's on Netflix. https://www.justwatch.com/us/movie/cropsey
I just stumbled across a cool site I'd never heard of before that I thought I'd share.
It's a streaming search engine for TV shows and movies - so basically a broader version of because.moe. It doesn't seem to have many of the anime-specific sites, like CR and Hidive, so because.moe is often better, but it does allow you to choose your country from a few dozen options. So this may be helpful not only for live-action searching, but also for many outside the US trying to see where an anime may be streaming.
Absolutely fantastic documentary, highly recommended even if you’re not into surfing.
Currently streaming on Amazon Prime and Netflix.
Essentially it’s two surfers chasing the summer around the globe back in 1960s, sometimes surfing places that likely no one had ever surfed before.
There is an entertaining but not nearly as good sequel from the 90s where two “modern” surfers retrace the steps of the dudes in the original movie. It doesn’t seem to be streaming anywhere officially, but seems like someone uploaded it to YouTube: https://youtu.be/OiZb9uBV4GE
Justwatch is a good site for listing legal streaming options for any show.
The official Youtube channel has every episode bar this one, but presumably it'll be added at some point.
Judging by the half I've seen or at least know of there's a lot of good films here.
Good time to plug JustWatch, a Godsend of a site if you sub to several streaming services.
What others said: you can't modify or change this. It's dumb.
What I do in cases like this is use Just Watch. It's also an app for your phone (but it's not a roku app, unfortunately). You can customize exactly what streaming services you can search under.