Freeview users can watch blockbuster movies for FREE with new channel

If you are hoping to organise just a few film nights this month, do not miss the unbelievable slate of movies airing on certainly one of Freeview’s latest channels. Great! Movies, which launched nationwide final year – changing Sony Movies within the TV Guide in your set-top field, has queued up an immensely robust line-up of blockbusters. It begins the new year with a new present, dubbed Spotlight, introduced by movie critic and scriptwriter Andrew Collins, which can spotlight among the greatest new movies coming to the channel. The present goals to place classics, hidden gems, and the very best Hollywood blockbusters underneath its, erm, highlight, earlier than the complete feature-length movie airs on Great! Movies.

Spotlight begins its run with a deal with Academy Award-winning Quentin Tarantino, with Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill and Jackie Brown, set to air on the channel within the coming days. Later in January, Andrew Collins will probably be shining his highlight on Mark Wahlberg and Jason Statham within the remake of The Italian Job, adopted by Tim Burton’s epic reimagining of Planet of the Apes, starring Mark Walhberg and Helena Bonham Carter.

Great! Movies is supported by promoting, so that you needn’t fear about paying additional to unlock the channel in your Smart TV, Freeview Play app in your smartphone or pill, or Freeview set-top field. Great! Movies can also be out there on companies like Virgin TV 360, Sky Q, BT TV, and naturally, the all-new Sky Glass.

This Friday sees Kill Bill Vol 1 air at 9pm. For those that have not seen the Martial Arts-inspired film, it follows a former murderer, recognized solely as The Bride (Uma Thurman), as she wakes from a coma 4 years after her jealous ex-lover Bill (David Carradine) tried to homicide her on her marriage ceremony day. The blood-thirsty conclusion to the two-parter, Kill Bill Vol 2, will probably be broadcast on the similar time on Friday January 21.

To tune in, you will want to go to Freeview channel 33, Sky Q and Sky Glass 321, Virgin Media TV 425, or Freesat 302.

Speaking on the time, Narrative Entertainment chief exec Daniel Levin advised Variety: “Sony has done a wonderful job of cultivating these channels and they’ve been a wonderful partner in this transition. The programming will be uninterrupted. We’re particularly excited to welcome a brand like Pop into the Narrative family, which is without question a premier destination network for children across the UK, and to give an incredible new look and feel to the movies and entertainment channels.”

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