Super Bowl 44 will not be streamed this weekend. Ryan Lawler has details on streaming the pre-game show at NewTeeVee. If this is good news, because you are not interested in the game and would rather stream something while the big game is one elsewhere in the house, you have some options. Over at Hulucination, Chadwick Matlin reminds that Hulu does have fulllength movies. This week Hulucination provides a comparison of the Hulu movie library to Netflix.
The results for this week: 35 percent of Hulu’s movies aren’t in Netflix’s database. The 65 percent that are have an average of 80,643 reviews. (That’s very weighted by the most popular films. The median of reviews is only 10,936.) And the average quality rating is 3.1 out of 5.
You decide if the glass is two thirds empty or one third full.
For more movie, of the video-on-demand variety, incase you are without a Netfilx subscription, check out this week’s update to the Sony PlayStation Network Video Content Update, including another way to watch LOST:
you can download the final season (boo hoo!), starting with the two-hour season premiere, and then subsequent weekly episodes, the day after they air on network TV. All of these episodes are available in HD. Below is a sneak peek clip to get you in the LOST mood!