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(Past Present Future) Imperfect (2004)

10000th Day, The (1997)

101 Dalmatians (1996)

102 Dalmatians (2000)

28 Days Later... (2002)

3 Men and a Little Lady (1990)

80,000 Suspects (1963)

Accident (1967)

Accountant, The (1999)

Adventures of P.C. 49, The (1949) 

Agatha (1979)

Alarm (Gordon Highlanders), The (1897)

Aldershot Review (1897)

Alien (1979)

All the Little Animals (1998)

American Friends (1991)

American Prisoner, The (1929)

American Werewolf in London, An (1981)

Another Country (1984)

Arabesque (1966)

Ascot Races Arrival of the Prince of Wales (1897)

Atlantis - Das ewige Rätsel (2000) (TV)

Au Pair Girls (1972)

Avengers, The (1998)

Avon Project, The (2000)

Away Aloft (1898)

Barry Lyndon (1975)

Basingstoke - Runcorn: British New Towns (1974)

Bayonet Versus Bayonet (1897)

Beau Brummell (1954/I)

Belstone Fox, The (1973)

Between the Races (1899)

Big Daddy (1999/II)

Big Swap, The (1998)

Bis wir uns wiedersehen (1952)

Black Beauty (1994)

Blackball (2003)

Blood Orange (1953)

Blue Blood (1973)

Borrowers, The (1997)

Boy Friend, The (1971)

Break in the Circle (1955)

Brève traversée (2001)

Brides of Dracula, The (1960)

Bridget Jones's Diary (2001)  

British Sounds (1970)

Browning Version, The (1994)

Buddy's Song (1990)

Bugs! (2003/II)

Busman's Honeymoon (1940)

Camp on Blood Island, The (1958)

Captain Clegg (1962)

Cargo (2004)

Carry On Loving (1970)

Case for PC 49, A (1951)

Celia: The Sinister Affair of Poor Aunt Nora (1949)

Challenge, The (1960)

Chariots of Fire (1981)

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968)

Chocolat (2000)

Church Parade of the Life Guards (1899)

Churchill: The Hollywood Years (2004)

Clandestine Marriage, The (1999)

Clearing the Course for the Henley Boat Races, July 10th, 1902 (1902)

Cloudburst (1951)

Coldstream Guards, The (1897)

Come Play with Me (1977)

Complete Funeral Cortege Passing Through Windsor, The (1901)

Consecration (2000)

Conspiracy of Silence (2003)

Crush (2001)

Cuckoo in the Nest, A (1933)

Curse of Frankenstein, The (1957)

Curse of the Werewolf, The (1961)

Damned, The (1962)

Dark Light, The (1951)

Darkhunters (2003)

Darling (1965)

Day Grandad Went Blind, The (1998)

Day in the Death of Joe Egg, A (1972)

Death of an Angel (1952)

Departure of Duke and Duchess of Cornwall for Australia (1901)

Devil's Harvest (2003)

Devil-Ship Pirates, The (1964)

Diagnosis: Murder (1975)

Die Another Day (2002)

Digging Holes (1999)

Doctor Dolittle (1967)

Doctor in Clover (1966)

Doctor in Distress (1963)

Double X: The Name of the Game (1992)

Dracula: Prince of Darkness (1966)

Dulcima (1971)

E=mc2 (1996)

Eagle Has Landed, The (1976)

Eight (1998)

Elusive Pimpernel, The (1950)

Emma (1996)

Entrapment (1999)

Escape (1948)

Evil of Frankenstein, The (1964)

Eyes Wide Shut (1999)

Face the Music (1954)

Fahrenheit 451 (1966)

FairyTale: A True Story (1997)

Far from the Madding Crowd (1967)

Fever Pitch (1997)

Fierce Creatures (1997)

Fish Called Wanda, A (1988)

Fistful of Fingers (1994)

Five Days (1954)

Flanagan Boy, The (1953)

Foiled (2000)

Follow Me! (1972)

Follow That Camel (1967)

Foreman Went to France, The (1942)

Forest Warrior (1996)

Four Feathers, The (2002)

Four Sided Triangle (1953)

Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994)

Frankenstein Created Woman (1967)

Freak Out (2003)

French Lieutenant's Woman, The (1981)

Full Metal Jacket (1987)

Gambler and the Lady, The (1952)

Gathering, The (2002)

Genevieve (1953)

Get Real (1998/I)

Ghost of Greville Lodge, The (2000)

Glass Cage, The (1955)

Glastonbury the Movie (1995)

Glimpses of Old England (1949)

God Save the Queen (1899)

GoldenEye (1995)

Goodbye Plane, The (2003)

Gordon Highlanders (1897)

Gordon Highlanders Marching Into Camp (1897)

Gorgon, The (1964)

Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes (1984)

Grim (1995)

Guest House Paradiso (1999)

Guilt Is My Shadow (1950)

Guinea Pig, The (1948)

Gymnastic Exercises in the British Army (1897)

H.M.S. Powerful at Spithead (1897)

Hamlet (1996)

Handful of Dust, A (1988)

Happiest Days of Your Life, The (1950)

Hard Day's Night, A (1964)

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002))

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001)

Hawk, The (1993)

Hear No Evil (1993) Hearts of Fire (1987)

Heaven's Gate (1980)

Help! (1965)

Henley Regatta (1897)

Henley Regatta, 1901, The (1901)

Henley Regatta, The (1899)

Her Majesty, Queen Victoria (1899/I)

Her Majesty, Queen Victoria (1899/II)

Her Majesty, Queen Victoria, Reviewing the Honorable Artillery (1899)

Her Majesty, Queen Victoria, Reviewing the Household Cavalry at Spital Barracks (1899)

Highland Fling, by the Gordon Highlanders, The (1897)

His Majesty, King Edward VII (1897/I)

History of the World: Part I (1981)

Hobbies: Model Bus Collector (2002)

Hole, The (2001)

Hollow Reed (1996)

Holocaust 2000 (1977)

Homestretch, The (1947)

Honest (2000)

Hound of the Baskervilles, The (1959)

House Across the Lake, The (1954)

House of the Long Shadows (1983)

House of Whipcord (1974)

Howards End (1992)

Ideal Husband, An (1999)

If.... (1968)

Imagine (1973)

Iris (2001/I)

Jokers, The (1967)

Joseph Andrews (1977)

Julia (1977)

Just Visiting (2001)

Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... (2001)

King Edward Reviewing Coronation Naval Force at Spithead August 16, 1902 (1902)

King of the Wind (1989)

King Ralph (1991)

Kiss of the Vampire, The (1963)

Knights of the Round Table (1953)

Krays, The (1990)

Kshatriya (1993)

Lady Craved Excitement, The (1950)

Land Girls, The (1998)

Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001)

Last Page, The (1952)

Libro del buen amor II, El (1975) 

Life on the Thames (1950)

Life with the Lyons (1956)

Lighthouse Hill (2002)

Living in Hope (2002)

Location: Far From the Madding Crowd (1967)

Loch Ness (1996)

London Town (1946)

Loophole (1980))

Lord Roberts Embarking for South Africa (1899)

Lord Wolseley (1899)

Lords of Discipline, The (1983)

Lucky Break (2001)

Madame Sin (1972)

Madness of King George, The (1994)

Man for All Seasons, A (1966)

Man in Black, The (1949)

Man Who Could Cheat Death, The (1959)

Mantrap (1953)

Mask of Dust (1954)

Matter of Life and Death, A (1946)

Maurice (1987)

Maxim Gun in Action, A (1897)

Medusa Touch, The (1978)

Meet Simon Cherry (1950)

Melody (1971)

Men of Sherwood Forest (1954)

Message to Love: The Isle of Wight Festival (1997)

Milk (1999/I)

Mission: Impossible (1996)

Mohabbatein (2000)

Monk Dawson (1998)

Month in the Country, A (1987)

Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975)

Moonraker, The (1958)

More Than a Messiah (1992)

Mouche (1982)

Mummy, The (1959)

Mummy's Shroud, The (1967)

Murder by Death (1976)

Murder by Proxy (1954)

Mystery Submarine (1963) 

Naval Review Spithead (1898)

Neutral Ground (1999)

Nightmare (1964)

Nineteen Eighty-Four (1984)

No Sex Please: We're British (1973)

Octopussy (1983)

Offence, The (1973)

Oh, Mr. Porter! (1937)

Old Dark House, The (1963)

Oliver! (1968)

One of Our Dinosaurs Is Missing (1975)

Onegin (1999)

Operation Crossbow (1965)

Orlando (1992)

Oxford Blues (1984)

Pandaemonium (2000)

Panoramic View of the Thames (1901)

Panoramic View of Windsor Castle (1899)

Paper Mask (1990)

Paperhouse (1988)

Parasite (2003)

Passion (1999)

 Passione, La (1996)

Pearl Harbor (2001)

Persuasion (1995/I)

Phantom Light, The (1935)

Phantom of the Opera, The (1962)

Phoenix (1997)

Pirates of Blood River, The (1962)

Place to Stay, A (2003)

Plague of the Zombies, The (1966)

Plunge: The Movie (2003)

Possession (2002)

Press for Time (1966)

Princes of Wales (King Edward VII) at the Aldershot Review, The (1899)

Private Function, A (1984)

Quatermass Xperiment, The (1955) Queen of Shebas Pearls, The (2004)

Queen of Shebas Pearls, The (2004)

Queen Victoria's Funeral [Number 1] (1901)

Queen Victoria's Funeral [Number 3] (1901)

Queen's Reception to the Heroes of Ladysmith, The (1900)

Quills (2000)

Race for the Gold Cup, A (1897)

Reckoning, The (2003/I)

Regimental Calisthenic Drill in the British Army, A (1897)

Remains of the Day, The (1993)

Remembrance (1982)

Restoration (1995)

Revenge of Frankenstein, The (1958)

Revolution (1985)

Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991)

Rocky Horror Picture Show, The (1975)

Sahara (2004)

Saint, The (1997)

Saint's Return, The (1953)

San Antonio (2004)

Savage Hearts (1997)

Saving Private Ryan (1998)

Say Hello to Yesterday (1971)

Scarlet Blade, The (1963)

Scarlet Tunic, The (1998)

Schauplätze der Weltkulturen: Stonehenge und die Megalithkulturen (1996) (TV)

Scholastic England (1948)

School for Scoundrels (1960)

Seaside Story, A (1986)

Secret Garden, The (1993)

Secret of My Success, The (1965)

Secret Rapture, The (1993)

See No Evil (1971)

Sense and Sensibility (1995) 

Sex and Fame: The Mary Millington Story (1996)

Sex: The Annabel Chong Story (1999)

Shadow of the Cat (1961)

Shadow Run (1998)

Shadowlands (1993)

Shakespeare in Love (1998) 

Sheepdog of the Hills (1941)

Shout, The (1978)

Siege of the Saxons (1963)

Sir Henry at Rawlinson End (1980)

Sleepy Hollow (1999)

Sleuth (1972)  

Small Back Room, The (1949)

Some People (1962)

Something to Hide (1972)

Somme, The (1927)

Spider (2002)

Spy Game (2001)

Star Reporter, The (1932)

Stranger Came Home, A (1954)

Stranglers of Bombay, The (1960)

Summer Story, A (1988)

Summer Story, A (1988)

Supergrass, The (1985)

Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987)

Tamahine (1963)

Tarka the Otter (1979)

Tawny Pipit, The (1944)

Terrible Spill, A (1898)

Terror of the Tongs, The (1961)

That Summer (1979)

That'll Be the Day (1973)

That's Your Funeral (1972)

There'll Always Be an England (????)

Third Party Risk (1954)

Third Trinity, Cambridge, Winning the Race for the Grand Challenge Cup. Taken at Henley on July 10th, 1902 (1902)

Through the Looking Glass (2003)

Time Bandits (1981)

Titfield Thunderbolt, The (1953)

To the Coast of Devon (1950)

Tom & Viv (1994)

Tom Jones (1963)

Tommy (1975)

Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)

Triple Echo (1973)

True Blue (1996)

Truly Madly Deeply (1991)

Twelve O'Clock High (1949)

Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll, The (1960)

Ultime grida dalla savana: la grande caccia (1974)

Último viaje de Robert Rylands, El (1996)

Ultus, the Man from the Dead (1916)

University College of Oxford Winning the Ladies' Challenge Plate, The (1902)

Vanity Fair (2004)

View to a Kill, A (1985)

Violon rouge, Le (1998)

War Zone, The (1999)

Waterloo Bridge (1940)

Whispering Smith Hits London (1951)

Whistle Blower, The (1986)

Wildcats of St. Trinian's, The (1980)

Wilde (1997)

Witches, The (1966)

Without a Clue (1988)

Woodlanders, The (1997)

World Is Not Enough, The (1999)

X Files, The (1998)

X the Unknown (1956)

Yaadein... (2001)

Young Sherlock Holmes (1985)

Young Winston (1972)


"10th Kingdom, The" (2000) (mini)

"Adventure Inc." (2002)

"Adventure of English, The" (2002) (mini)

"Amnesia" (2004) (mini)

"Animal Ark" (1998)

"Antiques Roadshow" (1979)

"Auf Wiedersehen, Pet" (1983)

"Bad Girls" (1999)

"Bargain Hunt" (2000)

"Bill, The" (1984)

"Black Tower, The" (1985) (mini)

"Brideshead Revisited" (1981) (mini)

"Brittas Empire, The" (1991)

"Buccaneers, The" (1995) (mini)

"Building of Britain" (2002)

"Butterflies" (1978)

"Casualty" (1986)

"Changes, The" (1975)

"Children of the Stones" (1977)

"Choir, The" (1995) (mini)

"CI5: The New Professionals" (1998)

"Cold Lazarus" (1996) (mini)

"Collector's Lot" (1997)

"Crime Business" (2003)

"Crime Traveller" (1997)

"Crown and Country" (2000)

"Dance to the Music of Time, A" (1997) (mini)

"Daniel Deronda" (2002) (mini)

"Dead Entry" (1987)


"Doctor Who" (1963)

"Dance to the Music of Time, A" (1997) (mini)

"Daniel Deronda" (2002) (mini)

"Dead Entry" (1987)

"Doctor Who" (1963)

"Every Woman Knows a Secret" (1999) (mini)

"Eye of the Storm" (1993) (mini)

"Fall and Rise of Reginald Perrin, The" (1976)

"Flockton Flyer, The" (1976)

"Foyle's War" (2002)

"Gamesmaster" (1992)

"Genius of Mozart, The" (2004) (mini)

"Get Fresh" (1986)

"Ghostwatch Live" (2001)

"Going for a Song" (1998)

"Harbour Lights" (1999)

"History of Britain, A" (2000)

"Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy, The" (1981) (mini)

"House of Eliott, The" (1991)

"Howard's Way" (1985)

"Inspector Morse" (1987)

"Kongelig familie, En" (2003) (mini)

"Langsford Late" (1999)

"Last Salute, The" (1998)

"Love On a Branch Line" (1994) (mini)

"Maid Marian and Her Merry Men" (1989)

"Mandog" (1972)

"Mayor of Casterbridge, The" (1978) (mini)

"Midsomer Murders" (1997)

"Monty Python's Flying Circus" (1969)

"Oliver Twist" (1999) (mini)

"One Foot in the Grave" (1990)

"One Hit Wonderland" (2001)

"Onedin Line, The" (1971)

"Only Fools and Horses" (1981)

"Out of the Ashes" (2001)

"Pride and Prejudice" (1995) (mini)

"Randall & Hopkirk (Deceased)" (2000)

"Reach for the Moon" (2000) (mini)

"Robin of Sherwood" (1984)

"Secrets and Lies" (2003)

"Servants" (2003)

"She-Wolf of London" (1990)

"Shoestring" (1979)

"Soldier Soldier" (1991)

"Teachers" (2001)

"To Serve Them All My Days" (1980) (mini)

"To the Manor Born" (1979)

"Treasure Hunt" (1983)

"Ultimate Force" (2002)

"Unsuitable Job for a Woman, An" (1997)

"Vets in Practice" (1996)

"Vets' School" (1996)

"Waiting for God" (1990)

"Wives and Daughters" (1999) (mini)

"Young Ones, The (1982)

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Pay less to watch the movies!

If you’re a major film buff, you might find that keeping up with all the latest films is a pretty costly hobby. After all, paying a trip to the cinema can work out to be around £10 a ticket - so several trips a month soon add up.

However, if you’re happy not to watch movies the minute they’ve been released and can wait a little longer, there are plenty of cheaper ways to catch up with your film viewing.
Free movie websites

Believe it or not, there are several websites that allow you to watch movies online for free – legally. Here are just a few of them:


Blinkbox.com  is one of my favourites and allows you to watch hundreds of movies absolutely free ! Of course, many of these free films are a little old, so if you’d prefer to watch something more recent, you can also buy or rent a selection of films for a small fee – from as little as 99p.

All of these films are streamed instantaneously to PC, MAC, TV and PS3. And if you need to catch up on your favourite TV show, you can also watch these for free!
Indie Movies Online

Indiemoviesonline.com  allows you to watch independent films online, again, for free. You can watch as many films as you like and as many times as you like. All you have to do is register (for free) and you’ll then be sent an email each week with details about the new films the company has licensed.

Crackle.com allows you to watch movies and TV shows on your computer/laptop free of charge. However, you will have to put up with adverts during your viewing. What’s more, the choice of movies is more limited for UK users.

Entertainment Magazine

The Entertainment magazine website allows you to instantly watch a selection of free movies or download them to play later on your PC or your mobile. You can choose from adventure, cartoon, comedy, drama, horror/sci-fi or Western films and no membership is required.

Be warned, however, if you’re looking for really recent stuff, you’ll need to look elsewhere!

Rental services

Alternatively, you could consider signing up to a film rental service. Since the introduction of LoveFilm, more and more of these services have been springing up everywhere.

If you sign up to LoveFilm, you can choose from a range of packages starting from just £3.99 a month – which will give you two rentals a month. If you’re a really keen film watcher, you can go the whole hog and get unlimited rentals for £16.99 (and there are plenty of other options in between).

There’s also a pay as you go option, in which you can buy ‘credits’ for the rental service as and when you want them. Each credit equals one rental. For example, for £6 you’ll get three credits, so three rentals. Credits last for three months so make sure you’ve used them up in time!
However, it’s also possible to watch a range of films online at LoveFilm free of charge – even if you’re not a member. That said, the selection isn’t terribly inspiring so don’t expect to be watching the latest releases. If you’re a member, the options become slightly better and if you’re prepared to pay per view, the choice improves further.

easyCinema is another rental service worth looking at. Here you can buy a batch of four credits for £7.96, seven credits for £13.93 or 10 credits for £19.90. When you run out of credits, you simply buy more. Credits with easyCinema run out after 90 days.

And you might also want to browse Tesco DVD rental which offers packages such as two films a month for £3.97, four films a month for £7.47 or unlimited films for £14.97.
Preview screenings

It's not only online that you can watch movies for free. If you’re really keen to still get to the cinema, there are other ways to watch films cheaply. Websites such as See Film First and Momentum Pictures offer regular preview screenings for free and are well worth checking out. Simply sign up and wait for an email to tell you when the next preview is.
Unlimited access

If you go to the cinema on a regular basis, you could also consider an unlimited access pass. For £13.50 a month, Cineworld offers an Unlimited Card which gives you access to unlimited movies, any time, any day. Just bear in mind that this doesn’t include London West End Cinemas and if you’re watching a 3D film, there’s an additional charge of £1.50.

What’s more, you’ll get preferential invitations and discounted tickets to exclusive screenings, festivals and events. You can also take part in exclusive competitions and exclusive cinema food and drink offers.
Calling all film buffs! If you love nothing more than watching a good movie,
here are nine ways to do so without hurting your wallet.

 Calling all film buffs! If you love nothing more than watching a good movie, here are nine ways to do so without hurting your wallet.

I'm a big fan of going to the cinema. But by the time I've paid for a ticket, a drink and some popcorn and/or sweets, I find the costs really stack up.

So if you're a big movie fan, but need to try and save the pennies, how can you enjoy the cinema for less?
Orange Wednesdays - Treat a mate for
                            free with 2 for 1 cinema tickets and pizza.
1) Orange Wednesdays

If you're an
Orange customer, then you're really lucky! That's because you can get your hands on two for one cinema tickets every Wednesday. All you need to do is text 'FILM' to 241 on your mobile, or simply call 241.

However, if you're not already an Orange customer, don't panic! If you sign up
here you can get an Orange SIM card plus £5 credit absolutely free. Simply pop the SIM into your mobile, call up and register to activate your credit, and away you go! Texts cost 35p.

One thing worth bearing in mind is that you may need to unlock your mobile in order for the SIM to work. But you can do usually do this pretty cheaply through websites such as
Unique Phones.

Finally, don't forget that if you fancy treating yourself to dinner before the movie starts, as part of the Orange Wednesdays offer, you can also get
2 for 1 on main courses at Pizza Express! You'll also get free garlic bread or dough balls. Simply download this voucher and bring it along with you, as well as your Orange Wednesdays text ticket.

2) Watch it first!

Websites such as
See Film First and Momentum Pictures offer regular preview screenings for free. All you have to do is sign up and wait for an email telling you when the next preview is!

It's worth noting that tickets are served on a first come first served basis, so you will have to be quick if you want to secure a seat.


3) Unlimited access

If you're a really big film fan and regularly pay a visit to the cinema, one option worth considering is applying for an unlimited access pass.
Cineworld cinemas offer such a thing, giving you access to unlimited movies, any time, any day. You'll have to pay £13.50 per month for at least 12 months*, but given that an adult ticket can cost as much as £8.20 (depending on where you live), this works out to be really good value if you're going to go to the cinema several times a month.

What's more, your unlimited pass will get you preferential invitations and discounted tickets to Cineworld Exclusive Advance Screenings, festivals and events. And you'll receive exclusive cinema food and drink offers.

4) Go Lastminute

If you're fairly flexible about when you can go to the cinema and what you see,
Lastminute.com has teamed up with Vue Cinemas in London to offer cinema tickets for just £6.49. A standby Vue cinema voucher gives you entry to 14 Vue cinemas in and around the capital.

Unfortunately, the offer is only valid Monday to Thursday, you must book your tickets by 4pm on the day of the viewing, and you cannot choose which film you can go to. You'll also have to pay a 65p booking fee per ticket.

5) Discounts for the kids...

Now it's the school holidays, trying to occupy the kids can be tricky. But both Vue cinemas and Odeon offer various kids clubs so that the little ones can watch films at fabulous prices.

Kids AM club runs every day and kids can watch a film for just £1.70 each. What's more, accompanying adults go free. (One adult with every child goes free. Extra adults are charged £1.70 each.)

Odeon Kids runs every Saturday and Sunday morning as well as every day throughout most school holidays. Viewings cost around £2.50 and again, with every child ticket, you get an adult ticket free.

6) And for the more senior viewers...

Certain cinemas also hold screenings for more 'mature' viewers. For example, the Odeon's
Senior Screen allows you to go along and meet friends for a mid-morning screening and enjoy free tea and coffee before the screening. Ticket prices vary from cinema to cinema, but are usually around £3 to £4.50.
7) Go early

Some cinemas offer cheaper tickets for those of you who are prepared to go to an early screening. For example, if you went to the Vue cinema in Northampton to see Harry Potter on Thursday at 9.45am, you'd pay £5.50 for an adult ticket. But if you went at 8pm the same day, an adult's ticket would cost £6.80. (Child ticket unchanged at £4.85.)

Similarly, if you go before noon at selected Cineworld cinemas, you will also get a discount. Tickets are also usually cheaper before 5pm.
8) Bring your own

Cinema food and drink prices are sky high and usually at least double what you would pay in your local newsagent/supermarket. So if you really want to bring down the cost, bring your own popcorn, sweets and drinks, or even go without! Just avoid parading them around as some cinemas prefer you not to bring in your own food and drink .

9) Rent it out

Of course, if you'd prefer to watch a film from the comfort of your own sofa, why not rent a DVD? Rather than popping down to your local rental shop, it can work out much cheaper to sign up to an online rental company such as

Right now, if you sign up to
LoveFilm, you'll receive 14 days free unlimited DVD rentals. After that, you can choose from a range of packages starting from just £3.91 a month (giving you two DVD rentals a month), up to £15.65 a month (unlimited rentals). Just make sure you watch the films, otherwise you could be throwing money down the drain.

And if you have a friend who is already a member of LoveFilm, ask him/her to introduce you and you'll both get 30 days free!

If you'd prefer a pay as you go option, you're in luck. LoveFilm also offers a service where you buy 'credits' for the rental service as and when you want them. For example, you can buy four credits for £9.78. Each credit equals one rental. Credits are valid for six months from the date of purchase - if you don't use them in that time, they will expire.

easyCinema also runs on credits. Here you can buy a batch of four credits for £7.96, seven credits for £13.93 or 10 credits for £19.90. When you run out of credits, you simply buy more. Credits with easyCinema run out after 90 days.

So there you have it - nine easy ways to make the most of the movies without blowing the budget! Enjoy!

* Offer excludes London West End Cinemas. London West End Cinemas are Chelsea, Fulham Road, Haymarket and Shaftsbury Avenue. You're tied in for an initial 12 months.
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