I've noticed a slight influx of Sony owned movies returning to Instant next month, courtesy of www.feedfliks.com/streaming
, most were originally offered thru Starz Play, so I'm hopeful that more of their films that got cut last summer, (due to the subscriber cap limitation in the contract between Sony & Starz), can be added.
Sort of an off topic rant but, I too am tired of the whining that goes on over the catalog NF has streaming... (I do try to avoid most of the social media sites, but I do check out Facebook regularly). Putting on my tin foil had, and launching into full conspiracy mode, I often feel there's a concerted effort on the part of Netflix rivals to flood social media sites with ultra negative comments and withering screeds. They seem to start in force days before Netflix announces their quarterly financial reports. It's just something I've noticed, and keeps repeating time after time.
I don't have a problem with someone not liking a service, or even stating it. But it just boggles the mind the attitude of so many who rant and wail hysterically, as if someone killed their dog, or slapped their grannie.
I've said this in another thread, and I'll say it again...if Instant Watch programmed a scedule like tv based pay services Showtime and HBO, nobody would fixate on movies shown that they didn't care for. The schedule would put their better material forward, with plenty of encores throughout the month, the rest used to plug in the gaps. Not every movie shown on any outlet is ever watched by every single subscriber, nor would any subscriber EXPECT to love every single title offered.
Netflix does have a pay tv service loaded with entertaining material, and I hate it that media just goes along with the hate filled screeching, and never seems to investigate whether those accusations actually are true or not.