If you’re tired of lugging your SUV (or, in my case, a 1986 Chevy Caprice Classic) down to the local Blockbuster to rent three of the latest New Releases for $13 and some change, only to be charged a late fee when they're two hours too late, then check out our Netflix rental reviews.
In 1999, Netflix pioneered the internet movie rental business model. Here’s how it works—as a customer, you pay a monthly fee (for a three-movie plan, it’s $17.99 per month) to rent any three movies in their database at one time. You can keep the movies as long as you want, with no due dates or late fees. When you’re finished with a DVD, put it in the prepaid envelope that came with it for shipment back to Netflix. When Netflix gets the DVD, they’ll send you another movie on your queued rental list. It sounds great, but just how much better is it than your brick-and-mortar rental stores? Are there any companies that offer a comparable, competitive service? Let’s find out…
Unless you’ve been out of the country for the past five years, you’ve probably heard of Netflix. Here at rental-reviews, we decided to give Netflix a try to see just how good the service was. In the following articles, I will explain a little more about the company, explore the benefits of using an online rental service, provide in-depth personal experiences I had renting with Netflix, and investigate alternative companies that might compare more favorably to consumers. If you read all of the articles, you will be an enlightened internet movie rental shopper with the most powerful weapon at your disposal—information! Even though Netflix has 25,000 movie titles for you to watch, and supposed next day postal delivery, my experiences with Netflix left me wondering, “Is Netflix really all it’s cracked up to be?”
I'd reccommend that you go ahead and try the Netflix free trial. After you've given them 2 weeks, you can always drop them and try the GameZnFlix trial.