Kino Lorber launches free movie streaming service
Movie distributor Kino Lorber is launching a movie streaming service called Kino Cult today, with dozens of genre films just in time for the spooky season. The service is completely free and supported by ads, with new titles promised every month.
The Kino Cult library includes more recent films like A girl comes home alone at night (2014), Let the corpses tan (2017), and Dog tooth (2009), as well as older classics like Black sunday (1960), Black sabbath (1963), Metropolis (1927), and Asphyx (1972). The service even offers classic documentaries, like the Cold War nuclear bomb movie. Atomic coffee (1982).
“With our extensive library built over 40 years and key partner labels in many genre specialties, we have enormous potential to hyper-serve the genre audience, the most passionate of all moviegoers, with a selection of new and rare films. that they can’t find anywhere else, in glowing HD, ”Kino Lorber CEO Richard Lorber told Variety.
“You no longer have to live in a big city with a big repertory theater to have access to the kind of cult gems that we are able to offer now for free!” Lorber continued.
Kino Lorber released a promotional reel on Youtube showing some of the films available.
“Kino Lorber has regularly built up a massive library of deliciously weird filmmaking, and we’re excited to unveil it in one destination,” Kino Cult curator and senior vice president Bret Wood said in a statement to Variety.
” And that’s just the beginning. Playfully curated and ever-expanding, Kino Cult is a house of cinematic entertainment where dedicated genre fans and curious viewers will find the films they love, while having the chance to expand their palettes into something more. exotic.