Maybe you’re too young to remember this, but back in the day there were these stores called video stores. A few select companies had them and you could go to these stores and browse movies just like you do a library (you know, the ones with physical books and not just books online… ).
Anyway, I loved spending time in the video store. You could see all of the new releases plus some older movies. Sometimes they were even on sale and you could buy the VHS to take home with you. I guess you could also just buy the VHS at any point, especially if you never return it, but the point is that these stores were pretty cool when I was young.
Then came those RedBox things. Rent a movie for $1/night. Slowly they increased their prices and it was always a pain to find the movie you needed until they improved their online presence. However, they upped their prices so there’s no more $1/night movie rental.
BUT WAIT! There is a solution!Image via VidAngel
Enter VidAngel. VidAngel is this amazing place where you can buy any movie they have, edit out parts you don’t want to see if needed, and then sell it back so it makes it $1 per night with sellback. There’s no driving to get your movie. There’s no going online to make sure they have it. It’s simple. You just go to VidAngel, find your movie, and stream it.
If you’re like me, you also connect your Chromecast and view it on the “big screen” (I had to use quotes because our television is tiny but just barely bigger than our computer monitors so it’s “big”) and enjoy it in the comforts of your own home. Watch it multiple times, take out the scenes you don’t want to see (or don’t want your kids to see), and sell it back for cheap!Image via VidAngel
Because VidAngel actually owns the movies, they have a huge selection of movies varying from older movies to new releases. When “Star Wars” was coming out, we streamed all of the “Star Wars” movies on VidAngel before seeing the most recent movie.
As a family, we’ve been able to watch movies like “Zootopia,” “The Good Dinosaur,” and “Finding Nemo” in preparation for “Finding Dory.”
VidAngel has documentaries, anime, mysteries, sports, action, animation, comedy, dramas, fantasies, and all sorts of other movies. They also have a small collection of television shows to stream as well including “House of Cards,” “Game of Thrones,” and “Once Upon A Time.”
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