Go back in time with Warner Archive Instant. The online streaming service allows you to watch iconic titles from Hollywood’s golden age. Find out how to bring the nostalgia home below.
Are you a classic movie junkie? Do you have a thing for vintage TV shows? The folks over at Warner Archive Instant have you in mind. They’re the one-stop shop for hard-to-find titles that you can stream in high definition.
The Warner Archive consists of films produced by Warner Bros., MGM, RKO, Allied Artists and many more. Some of them date all the way back to the 1920s, and included are history makers like The Cameraman and The Scarlet Letter.
The site is updated regularly, which means there’s always something new to be discovered. You can watch select titles in high definition using a Roku box connected to your HD TV. It makes for a real theatrical experience.
Right now, Warner Archive Instant is offering a two-week free trial. If you choose to continue, you can watch whatever you want, as much as you want, for $9.99 a month. You’re not tied into a contract, since you can cancel at any time.
Some of the latest additions to the site include 1950’s Summer Stock with Judy Garland and Gene Kelly. There’s also 1963’s The Prize starring the dashing Paul Newman. Plus, you can checkout 1930’s Madam Satan, which was directed by the iconic Cecil B. DeMille.
Some other titles you may be interested in are The Divorcee, Dames, Dark Passage, Mr. and Mrs. Smith and The Prince and the Showgirl. The latter stars Marilyn Monroe and Sir Laurence Oliver. You can’t get more Hollywood than those two!
To sign up, all you have to do is visit http://instant.warnerarchive.com. Enjoy!