UK VoD service will launch a subscription service this week.
TheHorrorShow.TV will launch a subscription service on Thursday [Nov 6].
Since its launch in June 2013, the UK VoD service has been offering transactional Video on Demand on a catalogue of horror films, recently adding its 230th title on Halloween.
The subscription service will initially offer 50 of its most popular films for an introductory price of £2.99 a month (normal cost £4.99).
David Hughes, TheHorrorShow.TV’s co-founder and curator, commented: “Ever since we launched the transactional service back in 2013, the subscription offering has always been the ultimate goal. We’re delighted that many of our distribution partners have cemented their partnership with us on this exciting new venture, an ‘all you can eat’ model which will run alongside our existing ‘pay as you go’ service.”
“The initial offering of 50 films is modest, but we’ll be adding to it on an almost daily basis as new deals are signed. We wanted to give early adopters, as well as our existing customer base, the chance to come aboard as quickly as possible, so they can start streaming a wide variety of films for the equivalent cost of a single monthly rental, without losing the pay-as-you-go functionality of the rental and download options,” added Hughes’ partner Jack Bowyer.
Titles available straightaway on subscription include Lucky McKee’s The Woman, Iron Sky: The Dictator’s Cut and Brian de Palma’s Sisters.