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Watch Full Length Movies in PlayStation Home |

First of all, this was announced a couple days ago. And no one posted about it. Slackers, I tell ya. Anyway, if you’ve checked out the Official Blog over the past couple days, you’d have seen the announcement of Crackle coming to PlayStation Home in the Home Weekly Update.

PlayStation Home is proud to announce the release of Crackle on all LOOT EOD Screens this week. Now you can watch hundreds of full-length Hollywood movies and thousands of television shows with your friends for free. The LOOT EOD Screens can be found in the LOOT EOD Theater, Sunset Yacht, and the Hollywood Hills House. Catch up on these must-see movies available from Crackle: Step Brothers, Cruel Intentions, Snatch, Resident Evil, A Few Good Men, Final Fantasy: Advent Children, and many more! What will you watch first?

This could have the potential for a lot of people to finally hop onto Home. There’s no catch, either. It’s all free! I haven’t been able to check it out yet, though, so if anyone has, how is it?

  • Sony is really making Home more attractive.

  • I’m mobile right now. But I assume they have a list of movies and what day/tme they start? Great idea, watching movies virtually with people.

  • could have the best series of all time:
    The Walking Dead

  • hmmm interesting ill need to check it out

  • wolfkin

    hmm… grumble grumble.. bugger all. now I’m gonna have to reinstall Home. They finally convinced me to check out all the updates. hm.. need to get back online first.

  • Nobody was slacking-everyone just collectively decided to see how long it would take for you to post the article!

  • Tried this last night…

    1. Annoying to navigate and find within home.
    2. Has commercials every few minutes.
    3. Screen was a little stretched and the quality looked bad.
    4. No Fast Forward button… If you pause it, be prepared to start the movie from the beginning. Ugh

    If you have Netflix, don’t even waste your time with Crackle. Its a pretty cool idea, but it just looks like a bad downloaded movie from the internet, with poorly placed commercials.

  • The movies seem a bit dated, but this is certainly great news. We’ll see what kind of stuff comes this way.

    Certainly the first thing in Home that actually made me want to check it out.

  • dragon290513

    give it time i think, sony already allow us to rent x men first class for 99 cent last weekend

  • wolfkin

    it could be fun to watch movies with people online.. that’s what I’ll be going for.