Rotating films on Sony Bd players...

Rotating films on Sony Bd players...

toughgirl's picture

Since the Sony bluray players all now have fearnet on the online content, I was excited. But I've had it for months now and the same 8 movies are the only selection in the movies catagory. Since the selection is limited to only 8 movies (which is fine), could you guys please rotate the movies a bit. Since Fearnet and Crackle are the only free movie options, it seems like lots and lots of people are watching them. I don't mind the advertisements and I appreciate the fact that Fearnet shows horror movies online, I (and everyone else) would watch considerably more if there was something new to watch, even if it's a cheesy 1950's black and white horror film.

 

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zombie_man's picture

It's on blurays onlien!!! so does that mean you can get it on playstation onlien??!!! I'll look later though, but it'd be cool.

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I mean playstation network

toughgirl's picture

Yeah it's on the Sony BD players online options. For some reason the video looks better on the BD player than my laptop with a hdmi cable. Even though my laptop is pretty new. Crackle looks better too. And let's face it, the remote control is worth it's weight in gold:):)

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But could I get it on my ps3, on the network

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Perhaps I spoke too soon. The day after I posted this I clicked on the fearnet option, and all the movies were gone! Replaced by a few Fearnet original shows (but not Lifeless which is awesome btw) and some behind the scenes stuff. I'm pretty disappointed about it. I truly don't understand why movies are available online via pc, or a phone, or anything that starts with i (ipod, ipad, iphone), but the bluray online options are so slim. Even the youtube videos aren't the same. Example, if you look up a music group on youtube (on a pc) you can find all their videos and live performances, etc. But on the bluray youtube you can't find any real music videos, just live junk or interviews.

So I guess my question is: Is the copyright different between pc and bluray? I don't get it. They're both online, both hooked to the same router accessing the same files. Why is it ok on one, but not the other? I would love it if someone from fearnet could explain this a little.

 

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