After purchasing that tantalizing Disney Plus/Hulu bundle, you probably thought you weren't going to subscribe to any more streaming services. But alas, you thought wrong.
Movie theatre giant AMC Entertainment announced that they would be launching a new on-demand movie streaming service, boasting over 2,000 films. So, what's the deal with AMC's streaming service? Here's everything you need to know.
Netflix and chill? More like AMC and chill.
... But only if you're an AMC Stubs member, that is.
As of Tuesday, Oct. 15, all AMC Stubs members in the United States have the ability to rent or buy any of AMC's 2,000 movies from the comfort of their homes, according to a press release. This is truly a lazy person's dream come true.
If you would like to access AMC's extensive movie library, all you have to do is navigate to the AMC website, according to the press release. You can also access it via AMC Theatres mobile, or through any Smart TV or Roku application.
Once you're there, log in with your membership info, and you'll be good to go. Let movie night commence.
AMC is currently offering subscribers a buy-one-get-three deal to celebrate their new streaming service.
In celebration of AMC's new streaming service, the chain is offering its Stubs members who buy or rent any Lionsgate or Paramount Pictures film as their first purchase an additional three movies from said studio, according to the press release.
As you probably know, both studios offer a variety of movies. So, get ready for a truly incredible night in.
In the press release, AMC Networks' Chief Operating Officer, Ed Carroll, said he is looking forward to offering customers a channel to watch movies in the comfort of their own home.
“This is a great opportunity for us to both make our film titles available to movie customers and also increase awareness of our growing streaming services, which are all focused on specific genres and content categories fans are passionate about."
Oh, and when you use the streaming service, you'll be rewarded through your Stubs Membership. Say what?
That's right — according to the press release, customers who buy and rent movies using AMC Theatres' On Demand streaming service will earn AMC Stubs points. Members can use Stubs Points toward in-theater rewards, like movie tickets and popcorn. So that basically means I'll be rewarded for staying in and watching movies? TBH, it almost sounds too good to be true.
OK, pop quiz: what do you get when you cross AMC's new streaming service with a bag of your favorite chips, your S.O., and maybe a few of your BFFs? A really solid movie night that you'll get rewarded for hosting, that's what!
Maybe you were planning on going out to the bars this weekend, hitting up a museum during the day, or having dinner with grandma at some point. But uh oh, it looks like you're actually staying in. This setup is just too good to be true.