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What’s New On Amazon Prime Video November 2015: Movies, Hit Shows, Original Series, And More

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  • The Man in the High Castle (November 20)
  • Vikings: Season Three (November 19)
  • Ex Machina (November 14)
  • The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus (November 5)
  • Wolf Hall (November 10)
  • Mr. Selfridge: Season Three (November 18)
  • Teen Wolf: Season Five (November 22)
  • Falling Skies: Season Five (November 28)
  • The Craft (1996): November 1
  • Desk Set (1957): November 1
  • Eight Crazy Nights (2002): November 1
  • The Enemy Below (1957): November 1
  • The Newton Boys (1998): November 1
  • The Adventures of Milo and Otis (1986): November 5
  • Awakenings (1990): November 5
  • The Mask of Zorro (1998): November 5
  • Seven Years in Tibet (1997): November 5
  • Tell (2014): November 5
  • The Yes Men are Revolting (2014): November 7
  • Prince (2015): November 10
  • The Outrageous Sophie Tucker (2014): November 11
  • The Song (2014): November 12
  • The Joe Show (2014): November 15
  • Catch Me Daddy (2014): November 18
  • Dying of the Light (2014): November 19
  • Only God Forgives (2013): November 21
  • Kate & Leopold (2001): November 26
  • Top Five (2014): November 28

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What’s New On VOD This Weekend: ‘Inside Out’, ‘Tomorrowland’, ‘Southpaw’, And More

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[E]verything that’s now available for digital HD rental or purchase on VUDU, iTunes, Amazon Video, Vimeo, Fandor, M-GO, and other on-demand platforms. – Olivia Armstrong, Decider

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Here’s What You Need To Know About Netflix’s Price Increase

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Does it affect me? Only if you sign up for Netflix today does the price increase affect you. If you’ve been a longtime member, your subscription fee is grandfathered, and you won’t be charged an extra dollar. (Some of you may even be grandfathered in at $7.99 from the price hike that came before this.) Netflix hasn’t dished on specifics as to when this grandfather clause will end (Netflix’s status below only says “a while”), but, for now, we’ll revel in the fact that we ancient Netflix users are officially the cool kids. – Olivia Armstrong, Decider

‘Firefly’ Fans, Rejoice! Vimeo’s New Series ‘Con Man’ Is A Reunion (Of Sorts)

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Inspired by their personal experiences attending sci-fi conventions over the last decade, Firefly co-stars Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion crowdsourced a production budget for a short fictional series about sci-fi conventions called Con Man. The duo turned to Indiegogo earlier this year with their pitch, and the response was staggering: 47,000 individual contributors raised a robust $3.1 million. With an original funding goal of $425,000, Tudyk and Fillion raised $1 million the first day and expanded their original plan for a three-episode miniseries to 13 episodes. – Scott Porch, Decider

What’s New On Amazon Prime Instant Video October 2015: Hit Movies, Shows, Series Premieres And More

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What’s New On VOD This Weekend: ‘Spy’, ‘Pitch Perfect 2’, ‘Boulevard’, And More

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With a slew of on-demand titles at your disposal, it can be tough to sift through what’s new and what’s worth your time and rental money. Here’s everything recently added to iTunes, VUDU, M-GO, Fandor, Vimeo, and more plus our curated picks of what you should definitely make time to watch this weekend. – Olivia Armstong, Decider
  • Blind (2014) (Fandor)
  • Point Break
  • The Chosen
  • Contracted: Phase 2
  • Deep Web
  • Dirty Weekend
  • Dragon Blade
  • Gemma Bovery
  • A Hard Day
  • Heaven Knows What
  • The Hunting Ground
  • Just Before I Go
  • Last Life in the Universe (2003) (Fandor)
  • Pod
  • Poltergeist (2015 film)
  • Summer Forever (iTunes)

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Last Call! See What Titles Expire From Netflix In September

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Expiring September 1st:
  • Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London (2004)
  • Better Than Chocolate (1999)
  • Bratz: Rock Angelz (2005)
  • Carebears: Big Wish Movie (2005)
  • Carebears: Journey to Joke-a-Lot (2004)
  • Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000)
  • Curious George 2: Follow That Monkey! (2009)
  • Doomsday Preppers: Seasons One-Three
  • Electrick Children (2012)
  • FernGully: The Last Rainforest (1992)
  • Ink Masters: Season Two
  • The IT Crowd: Series One-Four
  • Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998)
  • The Lost Boys (1987)
  • Mortal Kombat: The Movie (1995)
  • Patch Adams (1998)
  • Perfume: The Story of a Murderer (2006)
  • Rugrats in Paris: The Movie (2000)
  • Rules of Engagement (2000)
  • Rumplestiltskin (1987)
  • Sarah’s Choice (2009)
  • School of Rock (2003)
  • She’s the One (1996)
  • Sleepless in Seattle (1993)
  • Total Recall (1990)
  • W. (2008)

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Sex, Drugs, And More Drugs: The Best Debauchery On Streaming

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Even if you can’t whip a guy with a towel, cavort with porn stars, or shoot up all the drugs in sight, you can still feel like you are. The titles on this list all feature men, women, and teens behaving badly and we can have fun watching them without feeling guilt or shame. – Meghan O’Keefe, Decider
  1. Blunt Talk
  2. The Wolf of Wall Street
  3. True Blood
  4. Skins
  5. Caligula
  6. Velvet Goldmine
  7. Californication
  8. Enter The Void
  9. Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
  10. National Lampoon’s Animal House

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What’s The Deal With Shudder, The New Streaming Service For Horror Fans?

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Shudder was launched through a partnership with AMC and DramaFever, but it isn’t AMC’s first foray into the realm of cult viewerships. The recently relaunched and positively reviewed SundanceNow Doc Club streaming service gives members access to an extensive library of Sundance-approved documentaries, complete with collections curated by notable names. Currently, Shudder is still in Beta mode, but I’m going to try and answer the most pressing streaming service question: Is Shudder worth the $4.99 a month cost? – Kayla Cobb, Decider

What’s New On Amazon Prime Instant Video September 2015: Hit Movies, Shows, Series Premieres And More

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Available on Prime Instant Video September 1:
  • Anywhere But Here (1999)
  • The Blair Witch Project (1999)
  • Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2 (2000)
  • The Crucible (1996)
  • Desperately Seeking Susan (1985)
  • Hannah and Her Sisters (1986)
  • Hannibal Rising (2007)
  • Killer Klowns from Outer Space (1988)
  • Little Giants (1994)
  • Lord of Illusions (1995)
  • Maya the Bee (2014)
  • Popeye (1980)
  • Private Parts (1997)
  • The Swan Princess (1994)

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