Movie Frenzy – the promotion that makes selected recent movies available to rent for $3 or less – is back. Its latest incarnation runs from 1 October to 7 October 2021.
Movie Frenzy returns with another chance to watch digitally-delivered movies at cut prices.
The Dendy Direct video on demand service is shutting up shop.
Dendy Cinemas and Foxtel are joining forces to release selected movies to subscribers just one week after their theatrical release.
With piracy of the Dallas Buyers Club in the news, Foxtel has announced the Oscar-winning movie is available to watch along with plenty of other movie titles from its Presto streaming service for just $9.99 per month.
Foxtel’s latest attempt to scare up a few new Presto customers comes courtesy of the Halloween tradition, with the promise of bone-chilling thrillers and fun family frighteners to scarily “spook all ages”, but is it enough to scare off Netflix?
Customers of Optus' wholesale service providers will be able to watch unlimited streaming of movies and TV shows and access over 55,000 DVD and blu-ray titles from Quickflix under a deal between Optus and Quickflix (ASX: QFX).
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