New VOD Service IndiePix Unlimited Shines Spotlight on Independent Films

     April 27, 2011


As a courtesy to one of our newest advertisers, IndiePix, we took a look at their new website IndiePix Unlimited.  IndiePix is a subscription-based VOD site that offers independent movies.  And when I say “independent” movies, I mean it in the truest sense of the word.  You won’t find Hollywood stars slumming it for awards in these movies.  I’m for anything that gets independent movies out to as many viewers as possible provided artists are fairly compensated for their work.

I watched a few of the films and the picture quality was solid and the movies ran at a solid framerate on my hardwired Internet connection.  As far as navigating the website, it’s not a bad interface, but it could use some improvements since it’s difficult to know where to start when you haven’t heard of any of the movies.  While the site does offer a “Feature Picks” section, there needs to be some stronger guidance to get viewers into the groove of finding movies they might like.  Most importantly, at some point in the not-too-distant future, the site needs to connect with hardware such as Roku to get the movies away from the computer and onto your TV because personally, I’d rather watch movies on my couch than at my desk.  Ultimately, the site has a lot of potential and I’m interested to see how it grows.  Click here to check it out.  IndiePix Unlimited is currently in beta testing.

*This article is a sponsored post by IndieClick.


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