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Disneys Tactile Brush could change the way movies will be viewed

Disney is apparently working on a new way to bring movies to life with Tactile Brush. It has nothing to do with brushing, but sensors underneath the seats, like you see in the image.

It is a variation of certain movies that are done in 4D, like that Shrek movie at Universal. read more…

Netflix will stream Miramax movies starting next month

By now, you have probably heard that Miramax film studios, makers of such classic films as Pulp Fiction, The English Patient, and other classic indie flicks went bankrupt.

We have also reported that Miramax might be coming to Hulu, YouTube, or Netflix. read more…

YouTube adds 3,000 movies to streaming service

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Google and YouTube have officially entered the movies streaming wars with Netflix, iTunes and others: Google has announced that it has struck a deal with movie studios NBC Universal, Sony Pictures and Warner Bros to bring over 3,000 movies to stream on YouTube. read more…

YouTube ready to do video on-demand movies?

Considering that Google has spent $100 million on original content and a YouTube channel has been removed from Roku, I am beginning to see a reason.

There is some talk that YouTube has locked up a lot of studio deals with Sony, Warner, and Universal as well as other independent studios like Lionsgate and Kino Lorber. read more…

Lovefilm to stream Disney movies in the UK


Europe’s answer to Netflix, Lovefilm, which was recently acquired by Amazon for $312 million, has announced that they’ve struck a new deal with Disney to bring Disney films to its subscription and video on demand streaming service in the UK. read more…

Zediva is a new way of renting movies

I suppose that the best description of Zediva is a mash-up of Netflix and Redbox. And you should think of it as a streaming video site that has a catalog of Redbox.

Zediva is different in the sense that it is designed to streams a movie on demand to one player for one viewer. read more…

Samsung is streaming 3D movies to their TVs

We previously reported that Samsung is looking to sell 10 million 3DTVs this year, and there are dedicated 3D stations like Xfinity 3D.

Now there is a report that 3D movie streaming is coming to Samsung TVs. read more…

How do you watch movies? Eye-tracking lets you know.

There Will Be Blood with gaze locations of 11 viewers from TheDIEMProject on Vimeo.

So what are we watching here? It is a scene from the movie There Will Be Blood. It is a movie I just saw for the first time last week, and it is quite cool. read more…

Blockbuster Express has newer movies, for a price

Blockbuster is putting out certain films in their kiosks that normally come out 28 days to the instant-rent parts.

For example the recent releases of Inception and Knight and Day, which come to the kiosks for a price of $2. read more…

Miramax 700 movies coming to YouTube?

As you might not be aware, Miramax shut its doors not so long ago.

There is rumors now of Google snagging all the rights to Miramax films that were sold to Filmyard Holdings last July. This could lead to all Mirmax films being on YouTube. read more…

Google working with YouTube to get more recent movies on it

I’m sure that we know that YouTube is putting out a lot of full-length films, similar to the Hulu.

It would appear that Google is wanting to offer more as far as full-length films are concerned. read more…

Want Your Movies In 2D? Youre Staying Home.

An unusual development comes our way following an analysis by The Wrap that suggests that 3D movies in theaters are selling better than expected, and that 2D movies are going the way of the dodo…in theaters. read more…

Sony Offers A 3DTV Bundle Including Movies, PS3 And Theater-In-A-Box For Low Price

At this point, Sony seems to be somewhat desperate to get consumers buying their 3DTV sets. So, they decided to sweeten the deal with their Bravia sets by offering a whole bundle of goodies with each purchase. read more…

Video On Demand Movies to be Fast Tracked?

Now you don’t have to worry about waiting a long time before you can watch recently released movies via streaming media. Rumors are coming out that leading film companies have agreed to release Video On Demand within 30 days for about $20 to $30. read more…

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