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How virtual reality stole the show at Sundance Film Festival

Forget Kevin Bacon and indie films: The most interesting cinema at the Sundance Film Festival ran on the Oculus Rift.

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The best movies streaming on Netflix, Hulu, Crackle, and Vudu this weekend

Don't waste your precious downtime looking for great movies to watch this weekend. Choose from these picks from our expert critic.

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Amazon promises dozens of films as original-content war with Netflix heats up

Unlike Netflix, Amazon also plans to release the films to theater chains before Amazon Prime subscribers can get them.

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Six decades after writing for Sid Caesar, Woody Allen returns to a very different kind of television via Amazon Prime

Allen isn't new to TV, but today's TV will be new to him. What might we expect to see?

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The best Netflix tools: Use these 10 tricks and tips to get the most out of your subscription

Don’t be satisfied with the content that bubbles up to the surface of the Netflix user interface. Use these tools to dig down to the good stuff.

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'The Interview' is on iTunes now, whoopee

The Sony movie that's dominated headlines just became available on Apple's digital storefront.

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December Delights on Netflix

Many prestigious films are released every December as this is the final opportunity to for Oscar consideration.

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10 excellent movies to stream on Netflix over Thanksgiving weekend

Be thankful for your couch, your remote control, and the miracle of streaming movies.

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Microsoft Movie Creator finally brings needed video features to Windows Phone

Movie Creator's still in beta, but it's already filling a need for stitching, soundtracks, and other editing features that prior apps like Movie Moments and Video Tuner had lacked.

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'Where to Watch' is Hollywood's legal video search site, and it's actually decent

The new site lets you search across streaming services by title, actor or director. While the idea isn't particularly new, the execution stands out despite a few blind spots.