Does this ever happen to you? You see a DVD advertised and you think to yourself, “wow, I really want to see that” but when you head to your local rental store you can’t remember what movies you said you wanted to see? I do that all the time, but now I’ve got a better way. I now check out dvd rental database for movie names before I even head off to a rental store.
No matter what type of rental service you use, you too can benefit from a dvd rental database. Most of us will not only forget the movie that we saw advertised months ago, but we also tend to only rent movies in a certain genre; comedies, romances, horror films, sci-fi, etc.
But, by going through a database we can open ourselves up to much more variety.
And, if you are a member of Netflix, or some other online service, that allows you to make a list of the movies you want to see (they get all fancy and call it a queue) than you can do that too.
Being able to scroll through the available movie titles ahead of time and add them to your queue can really save you a lot of time later. Many times, we decide to rent a movie on the spur of the moment which can make it hard to decide what to rent.
But, if you have taken time when you had time to make a list, this spur of the moment movie rental will be a lot easier. At that point all you have to do is decide what you are in the mood for and you are ready to go.
And, if you were wondering how the whole “spur of the moment” thing works when you get your movies in the mail, it’s because these online sites also have the option of streaming your videos right over the internet. Talk about instant gratification.
But, even if the movie you want to see isn’t available to be streamed (at this point, not all the movies in the Netflix, or Blockbuster libraries are available for streaming) you can still run to your local Redbox or video store and pick it up if you want to.
Some people do find that having an inexpensive subscription to one of these online services and combining that with the occasional trip to the local store gives them the greatest flexibility and availability in the titles they can rent… spur of the moment or not.
My kids think it is great fun to tease me about getting old and not being able to remember things. I think they are exaggerating, but even so, having a list of the movies on my “must see” list sure makes it a lot easier to know what I’m looking for before I head off to the video store.
If you want to make sure you don’t miss seeing a certain movie, you can use a dvd rental database to help you keep track too. You don’t need to be a member of an online site either, you can just go to their site and see listings of the available movies than make note of which ones you want to see. Easy as that.