5 reasons why movie streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Instant are killing cinema

Price The cinema isn’t cheap. Tickets are typically over £10, a price that could buy you a film on Blu-ray or online to keep. That’s also more expensive than a whole month of access to the entire library of Netflix films and TV shows. While the price sounds steep for a film it doesn’t even cover the costs of making it for most, these are made from the sales of sweets, drinks and popcorn. When sweets from the supermarket and a streaming subscription are so much cheaper why would people want to pay to struggle to hear a film over people crunching popcorn? – Luke Edwards, Pocket-lint
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