Movie fans never have enough ways to watch their favorites. Sure, we have plenty of options now, but we’re always looking for more. Prescreen, an on-demand screening platform that launched last September, has announced an integration with Facebook, making it much more accessible.
Focusing on primarily indie films, many of which can only currently be seen at film festivals such as Sundance and SXSW, Prescreen now allows Facebook users to rent movies, view trailers, bookmark films and share their experiences with their Facebook friends. Your basic one-stop shopping for hard to find on-demand films.
As an example, Jeremiah Sayys’ Of Silence, a film we’ve covered extensively here on Dread Central, is one of the first horror offerings on Prescreen (Click here for more info on that.)
“We are adding a new way to distribute long-form movies socially and couldn’t be more excited to partner with Facebook,” said Shawn Bercuson, founder and CEO of Prescreen, who is also one of the original Groupon execs. “People are influenced by friends and family recommendations and behaviors, and allowing Facebook users to see what others are watching online opens up a whole new world for movie discovery.”
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