It's easy to find movies to download or stream; even for law-abiding popcorn munchers! If you're flying straight and narrow or want to support and watch films that are free, public domain, or whose creators want them free and openly shared, here are some great sites to bookmark - and visit when you want something new to watch.
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To the uninitiated, the very concept of a "YouTube celebrity" doesn't make a lick of sense. How do these jerks earn so much money by talking bollocks and playing games on a free video site? As it turns out, the work that goes on behind the scenes is surprisingly complicated: everything from video equipment to content branding plays a large role in the success or failure of a channel.
If you're looking to get rich on YouTube - or just want to attract an audience that goes beyond your family and friends - this infographic breaks down everything you need to know.
Taking a screencap of a YouTube video isn't as easy as you might think. Even if you full-screen a clip, chances are if you time it wrong, you'll end up with part of the YouTube UI in the shot, or those annoying gradients at the top and bottom. Fortunately for Chrome users, there's an extension that will save you a lot of trouble.
The iPhone XS and XS Max are the latest devices to support High Dynamic Range (HDR) videos on Youtube, which is great news for those who own either. If you're unfamiliar with HDR, it's a video format with an expanded contrast ratio that makes colours more accurate and more vibrant than non-HDR (Standard dynamic range, or SDR) video.
No one really knows the real story behind Tommy Wiseau (except, perhaps Greg Sestero), or what was going through Wiseau's mind when he made The Room. While an objectively terrible film, it has gone on to develop a cult following, thanks to its "so bad it's good" qualities. Now, Wiseau has uploaded the movie in its entirety to YouTube for reasons unknown.
When Netflix Australia launched in 2015, it promised that no content would be deleted month-to-month. Those days are now over. As licensing agreements begin to expire, more and more content is beginning to disappear from the service.
This month's casualties include Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, American Sniper, Knock Knock, Children of Men and the critically acclaimed sci-fi series The Expanse. Watch them while you've still got the chance!