Want to get all the inside poop on some of the most Iconic films of all time?
Well, AMC thinks you do and they are betting that you’ll pay for it too.
Would you really pay for poop?
YeahTV is AMC’s new online film streaming service that makes some fantastic claims.
What does YEAH! do for a film? According to the website, YeahTV ”dissects them in ridiculous detail, surrounded by factoids, secrets, brand new interviews, quizzes, polls, and much, much more. It’s like nothing you’ve ever seen and it’s quite simply the best movie watching experience anywhere”.
WOW! That’s quite the statement…
Personally… I’m not all that impressed, I’ve had so many ”factoids” lately while watching movies It’s giving me hemroids, and what’s that BS about “secrets”… does AMC expect us to believe that anyone in Hollywood has kept a secret !
I don’t wan’t to get into the “brand new interviews” thing but I have a question… Who are they going to interview? The directors Houskeeper… If we are talking about interviews with regards to the most Iconic films of all time one would think that anyone involved with such a film has already been interviewed to the point of nausea.
“quizzes and polls”… that’s easy, they’re everywhere already so who cares.
As you may have noticed I’m not that excited about this new venture, think about the first twenty or so DVD’s that you bought that had all those extras included. At first it’s really cool, then it’s like anything else you’ve seen that much… boring.
If you do care to check out YEAH! be my guest… at $4.99 to rent the “Y DEF” version of a film It’s just cheap enough to rope in a half million or so viewers over the next year or two.
For more info on YeahTV visit the About Us page.
Some of the films that will be available to rent in the future will include the following; ‘Scream’, ‘Reservoir Dogs’, ’300′, ‘The Terminator’, ‘Clerks’, ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’, ‘The Crow’, ‘The Exorcist: Director’s Cut’, ‘Superman: The Movie’, ‘Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2′, ‘Kill Bill Volumes 1 & 2′, ‘Child’s Play’, ‘No Country for Old Men’, ‘Pulp Fiction’, ‘The Expendables’, ‘Blade Runner: The Final Cut’ …