Apple TV’s release date is quickly approaching and is looking to give consumers quick access to Internet video from services like YouTube and Netflix. However, if you don’t want to wait there are some alternatives already on the market like Roku’s offering.
Featuring various set-top boxes, Roku gives consumers access to Netflix, Amazon on Demand and even their iTunes library through added software. To make the deal even better, it was announced today that Roku boxes will be getting connectivity with the all-horror on demand channel Frightology.
Priced at $2.99 per month, Frightology features episodic content, independent films, cult classics and pretty much everything else that has to do with horror. You can read more about Frightology at their website, here.