In the world of streaming, renting or buying movies can seem like an unnecessary expense. After all, if you’re already subscribed to a platform like Netflix or Stan, you have hundreds of titles to choose from when planning a marathon. But what if you’re looking for a fairly recent title that isn’t available on streaming services yet? Quickflix offers a low-cost solution.
Ever since its revamp, Quckflix ditched television titles from its catalogue and decided to focus on Hollywood blockbusters instead. The service is now free to sign up for, so you are able to watch new release movies anytime with no commitment. You simply pay as you go for the titles you want to see. This is great for those who are already subscribed to a streaming service, but want to keep their options open as far as recently released movies are concerned.
Recent titles in the Quickflix library include Smurfs: The Lost Village, Trainspotting 2, Beauty and the Beast, Lion, Rogue One, All We Had, Dance Academy: The Movie, Moana, and more. Users can rent and stream said movies, usually for a price starting at $5.99. On the other hand, you can also get a DVD & Blu-ray subscription and watch on disc. Quickflix is still offering subscriptions to those who are keen on paying a monthly fee for access to bonus titles.
There are two Quickflix subscriptions you can choose from. The Streaming subscription costs $6/month and comes with one new release movie rental at $5.99, as well as hundreds of bonus movies to watch anytime for only $.01 more. There’s also the DVD & Blu-ray subscription we mentioned above, priced at $20/month. This allows you to rent two disks at a time, return as often as you like to get new disks sent. No late fees apply.
If you opt for streaming, Quickflix is available on a variety of devices, including smart TVs, game consoles, mobile devices, and Google Chromecast. Alternatively, you can compare more services here.