Warner Archive Instant is Here!

WAC InstantThe Warner Archive has just celebrated it’s 4th birthday. In my opinion, the archive is one of the best things to happen to movie lovers in the last four years. So much great movie history has been given new life thanks to this fantastic DVD series. Now, they are launching a new chapter, and it’s just plain fantastic!

Back in January I had the opportunity to try out Warner Archive Instant while it was still in Beta. Now, it is ready for the world! A great selection of “forgotten” films, as well as some classic TV series, are now available for streaming. A two week free trial is being offered, as well. I’m really excited to see this new development and look forward to seeing this new service grow. It’s a great time to be a movie lover!

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  1. I was able to do the Beta trial in February and am seriously considering signing up for a paid subscription, as much as my tuition-drained bank account will hate me for it! It’s a great service and I’m sure it will only continue to improve.

  2. Hmmmm… I’ve certainly been intrigued in the past by their DVD-R catalog. It’s an interesting time, with streaming services popping up all over the place (even as fast, convenient and affordable broadband service in the U.S. is falling behind the rest of the developed world — we’re 15th now, even lower by some surveys, and falling fast as media companies and telecoms gobble each other up and consolidation and defacto monopoly become the rule).

    Anyway, as a lazy, cheap so-and-so, I want a streaming meta-provider, a one-stop-shopping source with licenses to pull streaming content from all these services, so I can find pretty much anything that’s available as a stream in one location, with reasonable per-view rates. That’s what I want. ūüėČ

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