Criterion has announced this week that its new classic movie streaming service will launch in a few months time will be available to view from April 8th, 2019 onwards. The classic film collection was previously available via FilmStuck but after the service shut down Criterion search for another provider, but has now opted to create its very own online streaming service.
Monthly and yearly subscriptions are available together with a 30 day free trial that allows you to view a selection of the classic movies available by the streaming service.
“Classics and discoveries from around the world, thematically programmed with special features, on a streaming service brought to you by the Criterion Collection. Constantly refreshed selections of Hollywood, international, art-house, and independent movies, plus access to Criterion’s entire streaming library of more than 1,000 important classic and contemporary films from around the world”
For more information and to sign up for more details about the upcoming launch of the new Criterion’s classic film streaming service jump over to the official website by following the link below. Those who register early for the new service will be able to benefit from lower pricing $10 per month or $90 per year instead of $11 per month or $100 per year.Filed Under: Entertainment News, Top News