On-demand might've changed the rules of home movie viewing, but too often options are limited to new releases co-starring David Duchovny and a sadly incomplete selection of Red Shoe Diaries. 'Roid up on-demand, with VUDU
VUDU's a subscription-free set-top box that makes instantly renting or buying from a catalog of 5000+ movies easier than racking up a Blockbuster late fee. The blinding speed's achieved by pulling and assembling your flick from bits of data stored on local users' rigs -- like a SETI project for people who must see Good Luck Chuck the minute of its DVD release. Just connect VUDU to your high-speed internet and TV; thanks to an HD-crisp MP-4 feed (up to 1080p), you'll get video quality so sharp you'll no longer be able to tolerate anything with Sandra Bernhard in it
For the moment, VUDU packs 250GB of storage -- more than enough for the average cinefile -- but within six months external USB-connected hard drives'll be available, meaning you'll never have to overwrite your Naked Gun trilogy to fit Red Shoe Diaries 67: Duchovny's Return.