TorrentButler Is A Visual, Movie-Based Torrent Discovery Engine

The internet is full of BitTorrent search engines, but what if you’re just trying to decide what your weekend movie should be? TorrentButler presents new releases in a visually attractive fasion, linking to standard and high definition torrents for each.

The problem with most torrent sites is that they don’t offer a lot of ways to just browse around the catalog. If you want to download something, you have to know what you’re looking for. If you just want to just see what’s out there, web site TorrentButler is a web site that is, essentially, just a giant mosaic of movie posters. You can filter them by popularity, genre, or date released, and search through them if you get an idea of what you’re looking for. Clicking on a poster will link you to that movie’s page, which contains a movie trailer, description, and links to a number of high and standard definition torrents.

Apart from the convenience of being able to actually browse new releases, this site is gorgeous — almost like XBMC for the web (notice the fanart-like view for the movie page to the left). Even if you’re not a BitTorrenter, this site is pretty sweet for browsing new releases and deciding on your weekend movie — much better than making the trek out to Blockbuster. Hit the link to check it out.

TorrentButler [via TorrentFreak]

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