I watched "They Made Me a Killer" last night on my Roku box. Written
by Geoffrey Homes, it was decent, not great.
Here's the real hint. The Roku box costs $69; it streams from your
wireless into you TV.
If you have a Netflix account, it can pull down a ton of content at
no additional. No monthly charges for the Roku, which, eventually,
will start to drive down cable tv costs.
Then, pay $3.00 (one-time payment) for an annual subscription to
Moonlight Movies. This is the link you want to see:
It has a bunch of 40s and 50s noir and crime films, which you can
watch at no charge. That's where I watched "They Made Me a Killer,"
streamed to my tv thru the Roku. Might sound difficult, but it's
really incredibly easy. Plug in the Roku to your tv, point the Roku
to your router, and you are off to the races.
I also started on "D.O.A.", which has a great premise. Man walks
into a police station and announces, "I want to report a
murder." The cop asks, "Who?" "Me," he replies. "I've been poisoned."
Am looking forward to "T-Men."
No, I do not work for any of the foregoing.
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