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Criterion is launching its own streaming channel

Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Are you a fan of the Criterion Collection and its awesome library of classic, foreign and independent films and the supplements that accompany them? Those highly collectible DVDs and Blu-rays can be expensive ($40 normally; $20 during rare half-price sales). But soon there will be a way to watch Criterion films for one low monthly price, via its forthcoming Criterion Channel, a new streaming service launching April 8.

Here are details via the notice I just received:

Thematically programmed with special features, the Criterion Channel will offer constantly refreshed selections of Hollywood, international, art-house, and independent movies, plus access to Criterion’s entire streaming library of more than 1,000 important classic and contemporary films from around the world. If you haven’t already signed up to become a Charter Subscriber, now’s the time! And if you are already on the list, it’s time to make your subscription official. Sign up now to lock in an extended 30-day free trial (starting April 8) and reduced pricing for as long as your account stays active. As a Charter Subscriber, you’ll be able to start watching right now with our Movie of the Week series, featuring a new surprise every Wednesday from now until launch.

If you're interested, here's the link to become a charter member and get a 30-day free trial.

And no, they're not paying me to be a shill. I'm simply sharing this news because I'm such a huge fan of Criterion.  

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