Netflix’s on demand service is growing daily. Over the last few weeks I’ve been taking down the names of awesome car movies found on Netflix’s on demand service. We started posting the links here in this post. Some of the ones that stuck out were Cannonball Run II, Over the Top, Gator, XXX, Convoy, etc. The best part is they’re all instant play no waiting*.
If you’re not familiar with Netflix’s service. Let me explain. It’s easier than ever to watch movies at home without stepping foot outside your front door. For a small fee of 8.99 a month you get access to hundreds of movies available instantly online through your computer or streaming device*. Not to mention Netflix’s DVD mailing service. You can browse through movies you’d like to see and place them in a queue. Your first title will come in the mail, watch it or keep it for as long as you like (no late fees). Once you return it (paid postage provided by Netflix) they’ll mail the next one on your list. Between the two bundled services you can find just about anything you’re looking to watch.
For those who may already be using Netflix’s streaming service*. Let me fill you in on a box that’s changing how you watch your favorite online titles. Before most fokes used their computer to view Netflix on-demand. However with the new Roku streaming box, you can sit in the comfort of your living room while you watch those great car movies on your big screen. The Roku box retails for about $99 dollars (depending on the model). The interesting fact is you can watch more than just Netflix using the box. There are hundreds of Roku free/paid channels and content providers. It’s a steal. You can find out more about the Roku streaming box using our Amazon link below.
* Denotes Internet Connection Required