Plugging into the silver-screen, Now TV from Sky gives users four months’ worth of blockbuster action, for movie marathons on cosy winter nights. Hundreds of exclusive films can be streamed online to PCs and Macs, with the excitement flowing continuously as new films premiere every week. There are all sorts of genres available, whether its comedy for the gigglers, festive favourites, or classics for the old-school romantics. Those who want to continue their movie mania after the four months are over can do so for £15 per month.
Today's Groupon offers a four-month online movie subscription to Sky’s Now TV for £20.
• Four-month Sky Movies Pass
• Hundreds of films can be streamed online to a range of devices
• New film premieres every week
• Access to all 11 Sky Movies channels
• Personal My Movies section to save favourite films
• Genres: action, adventure, animation, classic, comedy, crime, drama, factual, family, fantasy, horror, indie, modern great, musical, mystery, romance, sci-fi, thriller, war, western, and world
Action such as:
Rise of the Planet of the Apes
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 & 2
Comedy such as:
Romance such as:
Water for Elephants
Sci-Fi such as:
Cowboys and Aliens
Festive Favourites such as:
Miracle on 34th Street
NOW TV is the new Internet TV service from Sky that's ready to play, offering an easy way to enjoy movies instantly across a range of Internet-connected devices. From action to adventure, comedy to romance, new premieres each week ensure there will be something fresh for every sort of film fan.
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Early versions of Now TV earnt encouraging scores of 3/5 from Tech Digest and 6/10 from Trusted Reviews. The reviewers had mixed opinions on various aspects such as structure and lack of HD content. However the ongoing nature of the service means there have been updates since, such as the launch of Now TV apps for various devices and attempts to improve on areas highlighted in reviews. Even in these early versions, though, special praise went to the range of movies available from Hollywood Studios.