Prime Video channels are add-ons which let you watch hundreds of movies and TV shows which are part of its library.
If you want to watch these films or TV shows, and don’t subscribe to the channels, then the only other option available to you is paying to rent each title individually.
The channels which are available for 99p a month (for three months) include the horror focused Shudder channel, the BFI Player – which offers access to criticially acclaimed and award-winning movies – and StarzPlay (where you can watch The Great and Power Book 2: Ghost).
Acorn TV, MTV Play, Crime + Investigation Play and History Play are also available for 99p a month for three months, while BritBox is also available for £2.99 a month for three months.
These promotional prices are exclusively available for Prime members. The 99p channel offer ends on January 6, while the BritBox offer lasts for a little longer – ending on January 10.
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If you’re wondering whether any of these channels are worth subscribing to, then here is a selection of the top films and shows you can watch on these channels…
• BFI Player: Ring, La Haine, Paris, Texas, Mullholland Drive, Yojimbo, Pulse, Mother, Ran, Seven Samurai, Rashomon, Blood Simple, Battle Royale, Lady Vengeance
• StarzPlay: Spider-Man, Castle Rock, Snatch, Dirty Dancing, The White Princess, A Few Good Men, Sense and Sensibility, Shakespeare In Love, 3:10 To Yuma, Power Book 2
• Shudder: Audition, Host, Rec 2, The Texas Chain Saw Massacre, Lake Mungo, The Babadook, Troll Hunter, Insidious, Heathers, An American Werewolf, Shutter, Oldboy, Noroi The Curse, Pontypool
If you’re not already a Prime or Prime Video customer, and are wondering what the fuss is all about, then you can sign-up for a free 30-day trial right now.
This trial will let you watch all the unmissable shows and movies included with the Prime Video library, which includes hit Amazon Originals such as The Boys and Bosch, as well as unmissable movies from other studios such as the Oscar winning Parasite.
Published at Sat, 01 Jan 2022 15:48:00 +0000