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Fine, I’ll do it myself: Sony launches PlayStation Productions, will make game movies, shows

Sony doesn't like the idea of poor game-to-movie conversions any more, we reckon, which might be why the company has begun PlayStation Productions. Guess what they do? 

Light Start – The all things Star Wars edition

Gather your melodic hyenas and lions, because Disney+ will have all the hard-to-find classics

According to a report from a recent shareholder meeting, the upcoming Disney+ streaming service will include "the entire Disney motion picture library". This includes everything from TV shows, Pixar and Marvel movies, Disney classics and even titles that they’ve kept in the fabled 'Vault'.

What can you watch (for free) on DStv Now

DStv Now is Multichoice’s answer to the new video-on-demand format that has become increasingly popular in recent years. DStv’s online platform gives users streaming access to movies and series according to their current DStv package. Many people are downgrading their DStv packages as they simply cannot afford the premium option anymore. It’s hardly a substitute but what if we told you that ...[Read More]

Apple rumoured to be working on a bundled service of video, music and magazines

Apple has been a busy little corporation, and is rumoured to be plotting sneaky acquisitions and service bundle schemes behind the scenes. The planned streaming service could bundle streaming video with a subscription to magazines, Apple Music, and iCloud storage. According to multiple sources, Apple wants to create a single subscription offering that would encompass its original TV shows, music s...[Read More]

Netflix like a pro with these 19 tips

Become a Netflix-and-chill pro (we’re not offering any advice on the ‘and-chill’ side of the equation, you’re on your own there) with our streaming masterclass. Like The Simpsons and deep-fried Bar-Ones, Netflix has hidden depths lurking beneath its simple exterior. We don’t blame you for missing them — after all, it’s so easy to just fire up another episo...[Read More]

From Smell-O-Vision to Astrocolor, the film industry’s biggest innovation flops

First motion, then sound, then … smell? Leo Braudy, University of Southern California In the 1950s, the popularity of television exploded, and the film industry started experimenting with technologies to lure audiences back into movie theaters. In this context, two 1959 olfactory innovations – AromaRama and Smell-O-Vision – emerged. Both psychology and neurology have shown how closely smell is rel...[Read More]

The 18 movies we’re most excited about in 2018

Even with the start of the year just weeks away, 2018 already looks stacked from a movie-going perspective. As well as the requisite Marvel and Star Wars flicks there are plenty of other big franchise releases already announced, plus a fair few lesser-known-but-probably-more-interesting movies too. We’ve collected all of 2018’s biggest movies here together with their latest trailers. S...[Read More]

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