Redbox is great if you want to rent the latest Blu-Rays and DVD movies for less than $2.00 per movie (return the next day to any Redbox by 9:PM). You can browse their selection online on the Redbox.com website, or using the RedBox app. Pick out one or more movies, then find a Redbox location near you that has every movie you want. You can also browse their website by location to see all the movies in a particular Redbox vending machine. Redbox also has coupons and you can subscribe with your email address for updates when new movies are released.
Every movie studio, cable and television channel also has a YouTube channel where you can watch most of their productions - some movies are free, some movies can be viewed with a subscription, and some have a small fee to watch usually from $0.99 cents up to $9.99, and some TV series may cost up to $100 to have access to every episode from every season ever aired.
The newest online video streaming channels include: DC Universe, Disney (Marvel, StarWars), HBOmax, and CW. You can also use AppleTV, Roku, or Amazon FireStick to download channel apps to watch internet streaming on your TV.
Netflix and Hulu Plus are subscription-based movie services. Both Netflix and Hulu Plus cost about $8.00 per month (each), and you can watch as many movies as you want. Netflix also has a DVD rental program that will mail you a DVD via regular postal delivery service such as USPS, they mail the next DVD on your list after you return each DVD in the mail. Netflix has a lot of good new movies, and full seasons of completed popular TV series. Hulu Plus has the latest episodes of the newest TV shows (but they have lots of commercials), a few new movies, more B-films, older and foreign movies.