Being a fan of indie flicks can be tough: they're not exactly easy to find, it's hard to follow some of the artsier plots, and it's like George Lucas really thought we'd believe you could survive a nuclear blast hiding in a fridge. Oh wait, that's more of an Indy fan problem. Now making it simple to get your fix, FlixFling
Quietly dropped by a NoLibs film production company, Fling offers a slew of centrally stored movies viewable on almost any Internet-connected device, which you can either buy or rent for three days before they expire, finally marking a clear distinction between indie flicks and Jesus, though the prolific beards of both do make it confusing. Once you've signed up, you can browse flicks by category, distribution house, or title, including exposé documentaries on Venezuela and Iran, kitschy B movies like Bikini Bloodbath featuring seven bikini beauties and some guy named "Chef Death", and more moving fare like Amanecer De Un Sueno, where a young man must decide between his girlfriend or staying to care for his elderly grandfather......so don't fret, there're two sequels to Bikini Bloodbath. If you don't wanna watch via a browser, grab the iPhone or Android app, "fling" it to your TV via the FF "channel" on Roku or Boxee media centers, or get the Facebook app to rent a film, then invite friends to watch and discuss movies together in real time, though if you know what a Roku or Boxee is, just forget that "friends" part
In case you're still saving to upgrade to 56.6K, FF uses multiple simultaneous source streams for all their movies, meaning that no matter how slow your connection, you'll hopefully never have to learn about The Legend of the Pixel Skull.