LOVEFiLM Player “Extra Time” is pretty cool!

LOVEFiLM is the United Kingdoms leading Online DVD/BR/Video Game rental service. They are now providing the luxury of watching over 4,000 of their movies online off their website for free for the next Fortnight (Unless your Unlimited Package subscriber) in aid of the World Cup! Yes, in a “Extra Time” special we’re given the chance to watch some great films online for free!

We’re given everything from the Infernal Affairs Trilogy, Thirst, Zatoichi and some early Wong Kar Wai!

I’ve looked through thier World Cinema section listed all the free movies (almost 50 flicks!) within this post;Personally I’m going to hopefully watch things like Fantasy Mission Force, The Chaser, heck maybe even the Fullmetal Alchemist flick!

Here’s the promised list;

Hong Kong / Cinema

Infernal Affairs I-III
In the Mood for Love
Dumplings
The Banquet (2006)
Fist of Fury
Three Extremes (2004)
Mad Detective
Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress
As Tears Go By
The Eagle Shooting Heroes
Fantasy Mission Force
Beijing Bicycle
Little Red Flowers
Ninja Heat
Fists of Fury III
Blood of the Dragon
Blood Brothers (2007)
Fists of Bruce Lee
Return of the Kung Fu Dragon
Edge of Fury

South Korea

OldBoy
Lady Vengeance
Thirst
Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter … and Spring
A Tale of Two Sisters
The Chaser
Sympathy for Mr Vengeance
Joint Secuirty Area
I’m a Cyborg
Into the Mirror
The Isle
Red Shoes
Spider Forest
Samaritan Girl
Acacia
Dasepo Naughty Girls
Oasis
Guns and Talks

Japan

Zatoichi
Ring 1, 2 & 0
Audition
Departures
Dark Water
Fullmetal Alchemist – Conqueror of Shamballa
Turtles Are Surprisingly Fast Swimmers
Funuke, Show Some Love, You Losers
Lala Pipo – A Lot of People
Fine, Totally Fine
Death of a Ninja

What are you going to watch?

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