Have you ever wanted to download animated movies to watch on the go? Netflix’s ability to watch movies offline means you can fulfill that wish. While not all of its titles are available to download, plenty of good animated movies are available to download. Whether you want to provide animated entertainment for your kids or
In this week’s packed show, Christian Cawley and James Frew cover everything from the Apple TV app on Amazon Fire Sticks to Halloween movies. On the way, free VPNs, record players, giant squids, reducing smartphone use, managing the Screen Time feature on macOS, and the latest installment of Christian’s Samsung tablet repair. Is it fixed?
Are you looking to curl up on the couch, switch off the lights, and scare yourself with some of the best horror movies ever made? With our help you won’t even have to think about what to watch. Just open Netflix and pick any of the films on this list. Note: These movies are available
The question most of us have in our free time isn’t whether or not to stream something, it’s, “What should I watch on Netflix?” Here are a few quick ways to get an answer. Netflix is constantly tweaking its interface to tell you to watch certain shows and movies, but sometimes, it seems like Netflix
Rotten Tomatoes is making changes to prevent people from review bombing movies. Review bombing is the best term for it, but, thanks to Rotten Tomatoes’ “Want to See” feature, this is actually affecting movies that haven’t even been released yet. What Is Review Bombing? Review bombing describes a coordinated effort to lower a review score.
People have been arguing that size doesn’t matter for a long time. And it turns out that at least in terms of movies on streaming services, this old adage is demonstrably true. In a nutshell, Netflix boasts more hit movies than Amazon Prime, Hulu, and HBO. In this instance, “hit” means critically acclaimed. Rotten Tomatoes