November 23, 2016 - By Ruchi Gupta
The demand for online streaming services has been growing by the day and by night. They have become the best alternative in the past couple of years from which Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX), one of the largest streaming services reaped significantly. However, Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) Prime one of Netflix competitors was also able to attract a substantial audience and furthermore, HorseLifestyle.tv has been on guard to cater for very narrow niches.
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The site, which was launched in October, has a vast library of old and new films the likes of Day of the Dead. Other classics include The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari and Nosferatu. Being one of the many horror-only streaming services it features a fight between a zombie and a shark and has thrown many other sites off balance.
The service, which is more or less like Netflix is only a week old after being launched by African American channel Bounce TV. Its movies are entertaining according to Pam Grier, who took part in Jack Hill’s Coffy and Quentin Tarantino’s Jackie Brown. Its pack of classic Blaxploitation films is from the Seventies and Eighties and was very empowering to the black community.
Since the 90’s, it has been storing in the region of three million books some of which are very oodles of films. Apart from public information broadcasts, the San Francisco-based archive has an extensive collection of classic movies some which are sublime and others ridiculous.
Despite the limitation of internet access in North Korea, Manbang has continued being an on-demand archive of totalitarian propaganda “documentary films about the leadership.” However, it is only available in Pyongynag, Siniju and Sariwon. The set-top box provides viewers with access to five TV channels.
The film consultancy founded in 2013 by Musa Productions is for those who are looking for guns from a streaming site. The site which is now managed by US Army veterans endeavors to provide a more balanced, accurate portrait of a contest than the typical Hollywood fare. Netflix’s stock closed at $118.04 witnessing an increase of $0.08 or 0.07%.
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By Ruchi Gupta