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Horror and cult film fans will love what Full Moon Features offers. Its library alone is worth the price, and the app runs smooth as butter. And the discounted annual subscription and 10 free DVDs/Blu-rays offer (worth up to $170) make it truly an excellent value.Read more
If you’re like us, your costume is top priority come Halloween season—followed closely by determining which scary movies to watch.
A good scary movie watchlist should mix classics seen and unseen with a couple of new ones just to have something to talk about in church on Sunday (that’s when Halloween lands this year). The list should also be diverse because the horror genre has so many subgenres.
So our 14 picks include slashers, man-eating demons, werewolves, greasy stranglers, pet alien gore monsters, killer clowns, pious pervs, witches, and zombies (but not typical ones). And, for the pretentious film nerds, there’s even a psychedelic psychological folk-horror flick set in seventeenth-century England.Read more
At $14.99 a month, HBO Max is one of the more expensive streaming services in TV land—of course you’re looking for a deal. So are we, and we’ve found five offers that can save you a few bucks (or even all the bucks) on your HBO Max subscription.Read more
Congratulations to Tom Croom, winner of the CableTV.com/ HighSpeedInternet.com Horror Movie Marathon Dream Job. He’ll spend this Halloween watching 24 hours of freaky films, gnawing gummi eyeballs (or some other candied appendage), and—if he’s anything like us—rolling in his $1,000 temp-gig salary.Read more
Curious about what to watch next? Overwhelmed with choices? Check out our TV and movie recommendations for this week below. You can also skip down to your favorite TV streaming service to see what new TV series and movies to watch or use our simple tool to help you identify the perfect show for you.Read more
When the competition is AT&T Fiber vs. Xfinity Internet, we say AT&T is better than Xfinity. While our recent customer satisfaction survey put AT&T Fiber and Xfinity Internet on equal footing for reliability, we think you’ll get a lot more bang for your buck if you go with AT&T Fiber.Read more
Setting up your remote is actually a pretty simple process. But trying to figure out which set of instructions to use can get confusing. There are a few different procedures you can follow, depending on whether your remote has a Code Search button or whether you have a device code for the gear you want to pair with your remote.Read more
If you live in a rural area, satellite may be the only available internet type. Between Viasat and HughesNet, we’d have to pick Viasat because of its faster internet speeds and better data allowance. But HughesNet isn’t a bad option if you prioritize your pocketbook over your internet time.Read more
HBO Max’s multiple categories make navigating its purple streaming waters a bit easier, but if you want to get more specific than “Just added,” “Trending now,” or “Documentaries,” HBO Max’s content hubs simplify things even more.Read more
Learn how to watch college football without cable, with a streaming service, or your favorite TV provider.Read more