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Popular Movies & Shows Leaving Netflix this Summer

Netflix has built a pretty great reputation for putting out quality shows, and hosting a wide range of content that you can’t find anywhere else. It’s also just as famous for cycling out fan favorites, in order to make room for new hits in their catalog. So what’s a viewer to do? By now, you know it’s pretty key to always record your Netflix faves so that you can watch them over and over, or even just watch them on your own time!

With that in mind, we’ve rounded up some of the most popular movies and shows that are leaving Netflix this summer. With Replay Video Capture in your toolkit, you can keep all your favorites, without worrying about losing them forever. Even if watching Christmas movies in July is your thing, Replay Video Capture has you in good hands.

What are some of the movies that are making their exit from Netflix this summer? Take a look at our list, make sure to save your favorites!

Wedding Crashers (2005)

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Just in time for wedding season, this summer smash hit is loaded with some of your favorite comic giants. Before Bradley Cooper’s turn in “A Star is Born”, he was Luke Wilson’s douchey rival in this comedy classic for the ages. Vince Vaughn and Wilson are a hilarious duo that make a tradition of crashing weddings to have fun, meet women, and generally have a smashing great time. Their epic season takes a turn as they come face-to-face with Crashers Rule #22: “You have a wedding and a reception to seal the deal. Period. No overtime.” Will they uphold their reputation as the heart of the party? Or will they follow their hearts?

The Terminator (1984)

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In this multi-sequelled sci-fi hit,  a cyborg assassin from the year 2029 is sent back to 1984 to kill the woman whose son will become the future savior of mankind. Humankind’s ultimate enemy? The cyborgs. In an effort to stop the assassination, soldier Kyle Reece is sent back in time to pursue the cyborg, and carry out one mission: Save Sarah Connor, by any means necessary. Catch this classic that spawned the epic quote “I’ll be back”, and launched Arnold Schwarzenegger into superstardom.

Pan’s Labyrinth (2006)

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In this magical and highly awarded film, director Alfonso Cuarón takes us into the world of Ofelia, a young girl living through the Spanish Civil War. Her life is uprooted after the death of her father, and her mother’s subsequent marriage to a cruel military officer. The film manages to cross over between the mysterious creatures of the labyrinth and the practical world in which she lives. The result is a visually stunning and enthralling movie that everyone will love.

The Matrix Trilogy: The Matrix (1999), The Matrix Reloaded (2003), Matrix Revolutions (2003)

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This mind-bender has become a modern classic for its use of special effects and its epic and allegorical story. In the first installment, we are introduced to Neo, a young man going through the motions of his unremarkable life, when he becomes embroiled in a mind-expanding adventure that has us all questioning the meaning of life as we know it.  Capture each part of the trilogy and save it to watch for when you have time to get lost in its many layers.

Cool Hand Luke (1967)

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No one does cool better than Paul Newman. Catch him in this classic that solidified him as an icon of American cinema. This movie introduces us to Luke, an ex-soldier who is sentenced to two years in a Florida prison. What makes this psychological prison drama a classic is Luke’s refusal to submit to an arbitrary system of power and punishment, and it asks the viewer to do the same.

Dumb and Dumber (1994)

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If a comedy is more your thing, be sure to catch Dumb and Dumber before it’s too late. Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels are timeless in this hit about two friends who take on an epic road trip in pursuit of the perfect girl that Carrey’s Lloyd has his eye on. The antics they get into will stay with you, and you’ll finally understand some major pop culture references that your friends have been quoting since the beginning of time. A great comedy to watch and re-watch.

Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997) & The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999)

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In this epic spy spoof to end all spy spoofs, Mike Myers creates and stars as the character of Austin Powers, an outrageously flamboyant British spy from the swinging 1960s. Netflix is offering two Austin Powers flicks: The International Man of Mystery, and its sequel, The Spy Who Shagged Me. Don’t miss the chance to laugh out loud as Austin takes on his arch-nemesis Dr. Evil (also played by Myers), and a whole host of spy movie tropes that unravel under Myers’ satirical looking-glass.

Pretty Little Liars, Seasons 1-7 (2010-2017)

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The only series on our list, Pretty Little Liars is the hit that launched quite a few careers. Set in a suburban Pennsylvania town, this hit show is based on the mystery surrounding the unraveling secrets of a group of friends. Once inseparable,  the friends find themselves torn apart after the disappearance of the leader of their friend group. They are brought together again after they start receiving mysterious letters from “A” who seems to be out for revenge.  This is a great one to record and save for binge-watching. Just make sure you can save it to your personal watchlist before it leaves Netflix for good!

Don’t wait to record your favorites… These titles are only on Netflix for a few more days, so make sure that you’ve got Replay Video Capture locked and loaded. You’ll be glad you have them all to watch when you are watching with the AC blasting this summer!  

5 Reasons to Always Download Netflix Movies

When it comes to the hottest movies, or your must-watch series, Netflix is king. It has changed the way we watch movies and our favorite shows at home, and doesn’t show any signs of slowing. Our viewing habits have changed in big ways thanks to Netflix, which through it’s new releases and groundbreaking blockbusters, is making it possible to watch loads of content nearly immediately.

But it isn’t perfect. If you want to stay on top of all of the best movies and quality series, you have to act fast, or you might risk losing your favorites forever. Thankfully, with Replay Video Capture, the power is back in your hands. You can download and save your favorites at anytime, to watch anytime, thanks to the software’s powerful technology.

Looking for some reasons to download your movies from Netflix? Here are a few of our biggest:

1. Outlast Netflix’s Rotating Catalog

Probably the number one reason to always download your Netflix favorites is because of what makes Netflix great… Their endlessly rotating catalog. Netflix is great at staying current and offering the freshest releases because of their incredibly narrow catalog and it’s pretty constant rotation. When you have Replay Video Capture, you really don’t have to worry about losing those movies in your queue that you’ve been dying to watch before they leave Netflix for good.

2. Create Your Own Personal Playlist of Amazing Movies

It’s hard to think of a better reason to download movies from Netflix than building your ultimate playlist of favorite movies. While traditionally, it was common to have a collection of pretty great DVDs, now most people are building a collection of their absolute favorite videos on a playlist. It’s fast, mobile, and now it doesn’t have to take up a ton of space to have your all-time favorites at your fingertips. Capturing your favorites from Netflix has really never been easier than with Replay Video Capture.

3. Watch Your Favorites While You Travel

Nothing beats finally taking an incredible vacation. There’s the infinite possibility of exploring  somewhere new, coupled with the ability to get in some quality time with that highly-anticipated movie on your Netflix queue. But beyond reaching your dream destination, there are still lots of things to think about, especially if a long journey is involved. But nothing is more disappointing than finally reaching your destination only to find out that that coveted Netflix queue is actually not available in another area! With Replay Video Capture, you can download and save your favorites so you can watch your favorites while you are traveling by air, by train, or by sea.

4. Watch Your Favorites, No Wifi Required

Netflix is one of the best platforms for getting the freshest movies and series that come out. There is a whole catalog online for you curl up with on basically any day and watch for hours on end. The only thing better? Being able to watch your favorites without having to stay tethered to a Wifi connection or use up your phone’s precious data. With Replay Video Capture, you can download an unlimited amount of your favorites and watch them offline.

5. Keep Your Favorites Forever, Even After They Are Long Gone

Netflix isn’t just movies. It’s actually known for some of it’s incredible original shows. But just because you love it and want to keep watching it for years to come doesn’t mean that it will stay around. In fact, Netflix is known for cycling out obvious fan favorites in favor of bringing on new programs. It’s not a bad thing, especially if it means fresh series are on the horizon.

But if you have a favorite that gets cancelled, where does that leave you? Fortunately, with Replay Video Capture, you won’t get stuck with losing your favorite shows. Keep your favorite storylines alive for good by downloading and saving your favorites.

There’s no reason to lose track of your favorite movies and series. Netflix has a fast rotation, but you can be faster… Especially with Replay Video Capture behind you. You never have to miss a thing, and you can keep your favorites to watch over and over, no matter where you are. Ready to get started?

5 Awesome Documentaries to Inspire Your Kids and Teens

With more and more choices of movies and programs to watch online, it’s not always easy to find truly quality programming for the whole family: especially when it’s landing in front of young eyes. That’s why it’s more valuable than ever to find inspiring documentaries that get the whole family watching together. Not only are they a great way to deepen family bonding opportunities, but they can also be a powerful educational tool to open our kids’ eyes to the wider world around them.

Fortunately, there’s never been a better time to find genuinely quality documentaries for kids and teens that are family-focused and great to watch together. With Replay Video Catcher, it’s even easier to capture and save the best documentaries streaming online, so that everyone can watch and discuss together!

We’ve rounded up our top 5 documentaries for teens and kids streaming online now that will get them thinking, talking, and asking questions about the world around them.

5. Ladies First (2018)

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What would you do if you came from a world that kept telling you that girls couldn’t play sports? This fascinating and inspiring documentary follows Deepika Kumari, a girl from a small village in India who, in seeking a way out of poverty, ends up becoming a world-class archery champion. Originally joining a local archery club for the free meal provided each day to team members, Deepika discovers her true talent, and goes ahead to inspire a nation, despite all odds.

4. Given (2016)

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In this fascinating travel documentary, narrated by a young boy from Kauai, viewers learn about ways to see the world as they watch his family embark on the adventure of a lifetime. Their epic journey takes them on a surf trip across 15 countries, and through his eyes, viewers experience a deeper understanding of life around the world.

3. Living on One Dollar (2013)

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In this eye-opening documentary, a group of college students set out to live for 60 days in rural Guatemala, surviving on only one dollar per day. They base their daily budget on a typical field worker’s income, and they learn some pretty shocking lessons along the way. In a movie that is as fascinating as it is enlightening, viewers are challenged to think about the things in life that have value, while the documentary itself provides an eye-opening look into what life is like for people all over the world.

2. Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things (2015)

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Can having less actually set you free? In this award-winning documentary, viewers are introduced to the concept of minimalism, and how having less can really lead to having a much more fulfilled life. It’s an eye-opening documentary for anyone, but it’s an especially valuable documentary for teens, as it gets them thinking about what we need in life to truly be happy.

1. The Kindness Diaries (2017)

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Heralded as one of the best travel documentaries for teens and families out right now, “The Kindness Diaries” isn’t a movie, but a docu-series that opens a window to what life is like all around the world, and what kindness means. Each episode focuses on themes surrounding important life lessons associated with cultural differences, gratitude, war, and acts of service.

A warning for sensitive viewers at home: In the episode “Gift of Sight”, the filmmakers travel to the Killing Fields of Cambodia, and discuss some heavy themes that might be difficult for more sensitive viewers to watch.

Sometimes the absolute best way to connect with family is to find quality documentaries that get kids and teens talking. The best ones focus on impactful themes that will draw in the entire family, and inspire everyone. Luckily, Replay Video Catcher makes it possible to stay on top of the best documentaries so it’s easy for everyone to watch and enjoy their favorites, and re-watch the parts that will have them talking for days.

Get Replay Video Capture for Windows or Replay Video Capture for Mac to capture and save all of your favorite documentaries!

Our Favorite Romantic Movies to Stream & Record Online

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Say what you want about romantic films, since the beginning of cinema, they have been drawing in huge numbers of viewers. And is it any wonder? They are filled to the brim with big romantic gestures, corny lines (“You complete me…”), perfectly manicured men, and perfectly imperfect heroines. It’s no wonder that romance films are among the most popular genre of movies out there. They’re perfect for so many types of movie lovers… from those who like to enjoy them with a group of close friends, have a good solo cry, or simply cozy up with a partner.

With Valentine’s Day finally here, there’s no better time to dive into some truly great romantic films. With Replay Video Capture for Windows or Mac, you can watch and record your favorite romances (and more besides) to watch and re-watch to your heart’s content. Netflix has always been the king of romantic movies and new originals, but sites like Hulu and Amazon Video have their fair shares of amazing romance flicks! Here are our top picks from each one:

1. To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before (2018) 

Based on the popular young adult bestseller, of the same name, this wildly popular Netflix hit tells the story of Lara Jean (Lana Condor), who has been writing secret love letters to the boys she’s fallen in love with for years. This harmless past-time turns into a nightmare when one day all of her letters get sent to each boy on her list, which leads her to make a pact with suddenly single heartthrob Peter Kavinsky (played by Noah Centineo) to make his ex-girlfriend jealous! Nothing could possibly go wrong….

You can watch and record To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before on Netflix.

2. Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994) 

No romantic movie list would be complete without this modern classic, starring Hugh Grant in the role that launched him into the hearts of millions. Here, Grant’s Charlie is a man who doesn’t seem to be nailing the whole “love” thing but finds himself falling in love with Carrie, a beautiful American played by Andie MacDowell, as he navigates a series of weddings and events with his close group of quirky friends.

You can watch and record Four Weddings and a Funeral on Hulu.

3. The Big Sick (2017) 

In a romance film that is as funny as it is romantic, The Big Sick tells the real story of comedian Kumail Nanjiani and his wife Emily Gordon as they navigate familial cultural differences in the face of a health scare. Kumail plays the titular role and Zoe Kazan is Emily in this hilarious romance with heart.

You can watch and record The Big Sick on Amazon Prime Video.

4. The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society (2018) 

This historical romance set in 1946 is the story of British writer Juliet Ashton (Lily James), who begins exchanging letters with residents of Guernsey while they are under two years of German occupation during WWII. In the process, she meets Dawsey Addams and romance blossoms.

You can watch and record The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Society on Netflix.

5. Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist (2008) 

It’s hard to think of anything more romantic than bonding over-shared taste in great music. In this movie, high school students Nick and Norah (played by Michael Cera and Kat Dennings, respectively) get to know each other as they chase down their favorite band Where’s Fluffy? while simultaneously trying to care for their drunk friend. For anyone who has ever set their love story to the perfectly curated soundtrack, this is the flick for you.

You can watch and record Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist on Hulu.

6. Benny & Joon (1993) 

In this quirky romance, down-on-his-luck comedian Sam (played by Johnny Depp) finds himself living with a brother and sister, Benny and Joon. It turns out, Sam is the only one who can connect with Joon, who suffers from an unnamed mental illness, and this makes for a romance story that is just as much about boy meets girl, as it tells the love story of a family as well. Not to be missed if you are a fan of unconventional love stories.

You can watch and record Benny & Joon on Amazon Prime Video.

7. Her (2013) 

In this sci-fi love story for the modern ages, Theodore Twombly (Joaquin Phoenix) falls in love with Her. Well, actually there is no “her” in human form, but rather a sexy AI operating system named Samantha (voiced by Scarlett Johansson). As their relationship develops, we are left to ask ourselves the question of how deep our relationships with Artificial Intelligence is able to go in this romantic and thoughtful film. 

You can watch and record Her on Netflix.

8. Blue is the Warmest Color (2013) 

In this definitive love story, Blue is the Warmest Color tackles the ultimate confusion that is first love. Told through the eyes of Adele (played by Adèle Exarchopoulos), we follow the story of a series of life-changing events brought on by her first glimpse of a woman with blue hair (Léa Seydoux) walking past.

You can watch and record Blue is the Warmest Color on Netflix.

Whether you’re in the mood to catch some serious eye candy, fall in love all over again, or cry your heart out, there really is something for everyone this Valentine’s Day. And the best part? Whether you download and record from Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon Prime, you can catch them all with the best video capture software to see them all.

Get Replay Video Capture for Windows or Mac to make sure that you don’t miss any of the best romantic movies to watch this season!  

The Best Netflix Movies & Shows to Record in January 2019

Another start to the new year means something great for movie and TV watchers — Netflix has jam-packed its online catalogs of media with some amazing new movies, series, and more original content to launch into the start of 2019. Make sure you grab Replay Video Capture for Windows or Mac (or make sure you’re up-to-date), then settle on in!

While the year has just begun, we’re looking forward to the upcoming year of amazing media Netflix has to offer — even if it is for a limited time only. Take a look at our favorites that are new to Netflix this month.

Tidying Up with Marie Kondo

If you’re at all caught up with what’s happening in the world today, you’ve already heard a LOT about Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. Prompting a new wave of enthusiasm for organizing and purging what you already own, while taking stock of the most important items, this joyful show takes a look at what it is that really makes us happy in our own homes and personal spaces.

Watch + record Tidying Up on Netflix.

Indiana Jones

For fans of archaeology and Harrison Ford’s most famous movie series, the time has come! Netflix is now hosting every last Indiana Jones movie, from the Raiders of the Lost Ark all the way to the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. It’s a good thing that January is so nice and cold – the perfect setup for a movie marathon.

Watch + record Indiana Jones on Netflix.

Solo: A Star Wars Story

Speaking of the most beloved movie series of all time, Netflix is also boasting the latest Star Wars flick, Solo: A Star Wars StoryComing to the small screen (your laptop) so soon after being in the theaters may feel rushed, but many fans are just glad they’ll be able to stream and save it forever! You definitely won’t want to miss the chance to record the Star Wars universe’s favorite scoundrel in his backstory film.

Watch + record Solo: A Star Wars Story on Netflix.

Ant-Man and the Wasp

If you love Paul Rudd and genuinely endearing Marvel superhero movies, Ant-Man and the Wasp is most certainly for you. Coming to Netflix near the end of the month, this story follows Scott Lang (Rudd) as he navigates working with his kickass partner to uncover some intense secrets from the past.

Watch + record Ant-Man and the Wasp on Netflix at the end of January.

The Incredibles 2

Kids, parents, and grandparents alike are beyond excited to see The Incredibles 2 finally available to stream and save online from Netflix! Our favorite family of superhumans is changing things up as Helen has to go out and save the world while Mr. Incredible toughs it out at home. It’s one of the top-rated family movies of all-time, so get ready to record from Netflix while you can!

Watch + record The Incredibles 2 on Netflix at the end of January.

The Punisher (Season 2)

While there are so many great family movies, classic film series, and wholesome Netflix originals coming in January, The Punisher definitely balances it with some dark brutality. When a former marine gets drawn into the drama of a young girl’s murder, he’s drawn into the deep underbelly of those in pursuit of covering it up. Don’t miss both seasons, available on Netflix to record and save!

Watch + record The Punisher (Season 2) on Netflix at the end of January.

 

We can’t speak for you, but we’re so excited to see what comes next! With Replay Video Capture, you can record anything from Netflix to watch and enjoy later – it’s the perfect tool for building up your personal media library with all the best entertainment that Netflix has to offer.

Get Replay Video Capture for Windows or Replay Video Capture for Mac to download and save all of your favorite Netflix movies and shows!

6 Reasons to Save Your Online Media

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Online streaming is entirely awesome. Netflix, Amazon Prime, and Hulu allow you to binge-watch your favorite series whenever you want, on any kind of device that you connect with. However, these solutions are far from being perfect. Sometimes your favorite show can be inaccessible or disappear without a trace — that’s why many consumers who fall in love with fast-paced shows such as The Haunting of Hill House, Ozark, or Stranger Things really want to know how to record Netflix.

Netflix is not the only streaming platform that presents this problem. Amazon Prime and Hulu take down their shows and movies after a set period of time, too. If you don’t know how to record Hulu, Amazon Prime, or your other favorite streaming services, you might not be able to see your favorite show or movie if (and when) it’s taken down.

This alone should be good enough reason to save and watch your favorite shows offline, but here’s our complete top six list of reasons to save your online media.

1. Captured content is more consumer-friendly

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Watching shows on Netflix is great if you’re at home. But, what if you’re on-the-go? 1080p videos will burn through your monthly data plan so fast, it’ll make your head spin. If you record a movie from Netflix on your phone or tablet while you’re safely connected to your home WiFi, you can watch that content anywhere without worrying about high data charges.

Let’s not forget then that in-flight WiFi often doesn’t allow you to access streaming platforms, for reasons connected to bandwidth. Frequent flying (and other Internet-lacking means of travel) is always less stressful if you can access your favorite show or movie offline!

2. Amazon Prime is making a move toward exclusive material

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Competition is stiff, and if you want to attract enough users you need to be able to offer exclusive content. Netflix is funding a satire called War Machine, starring Brad Pitt. The company strongly believes quality is more important than quantity. Their reasoning? YouTube has thousands of times more content than Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime combined but is struggling with subscriptions for YouTube Red.

When it comes to paying for a streaming service, content is king. That means Netflix won’t be as aggressive as you’d expect when it comes to adding new shows.

3. Netflix doesn’t have as many titles as you might think

 

As of 2016, they only had 4,563 movies and 2,445 series. As a matter of fact, their catalog has shrunk in the past year. There was one time when they had over 13,000 shows – this latest count puts them at 6,998, or just under 7,000.

Other services will most likely follow suit, as well.

4. Content licenses come and go

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Netflix is constantly changing up their copyright agreements; they operate on a temporary licensing model. This means their shows expire, and you have no idea when they are coming back.

If a show is not popular enough, they might take it down. If a show is too popular, they might have to take it down, too (usually to renegotiate the license).

5. Weak connections can spoil streaming

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Watching a movie online means that you can follow your favorite characters without interruptions. Unlike YouTube or network TV, you can fully plunge into the story without any commercial breaks or other distractions.

A lagging Internet connection or a sudden temporary disruption might spoil the most intriguing plot twist…and the moment is ruined! Internet speed is not the same everywhere, and in a pretty standard household, it’s normal to have multiple smartphones, a TV and even tablets all connected at once.

This also holds true for commuters who have to deal with an intermittent mobile connection.

6. It’s legal (for personal use) and you can still support the creators

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Your monthly or annual fee covers the licensing costs that distribution companies negotiate with each streaming platform. These, in turn, share profit with the producers; a mechanism similar to old-school TV.

From a legal standpoint, you’re on the right side of the law. In 1984, the Supreme Court ruled time-shifted to view that recording videos for your own personal, non-commercial use is not against the law. At the time of clunky VCRs, people used to record their favorite shows to watch them at a more convenient time or to be able to re-watch them. Later on, people could consider whether or not they would buy a physical copy of the movie.

The business model for producers and distribution companies has changed and revenue streams are mostly generated at theaters (for movies) and through licenses. That’s a perk of a Netflix recorder – you can save each show and watch it without limitations. In the meantime, you can still consider buying a Blu-ray or DVD (if available) to further support the creators of the show.

These are some of the reasons why being able to record Netflix, Hulu or Amazon Prime video streams is a vital complementary feature. Replay Video Capture allows people to record movies from Netflix (and basically any other platforms) before the company takes them down.

Use Replay Video Capture to get your favorite content before it disappears from your online streaming service, and to enjoy movies and online shows without worrying about your connection!

 

Get Replay Video Capture Today!

 

This article was originally published on February 27, 2017 and has been updated for accuracy. 

Cozy Up For Winter Break with These Movies and Playlists

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The holidays are here!  Which means a lot of sweets, spices, snow (if you’re lucky), and fun things to keep you warm and cozy while you are spending your frosty winter days inside.

Whether you are into cozying up with some old (and new!) favorite holiday movies, or if music is your favorite way to get into the holiday groove,  we’ve rounded up some of the best movies and playlists to keep you company while you spend those toasty, cozy days at home. We’ve got you covered with the Replay Video Capture and Replay Music, so you never miss a thing!

Holiday Movies to Stream & Save:

Christmas Inheritance (2017), Netflix 

In what could essentially be just another sappy holiday movie in a stacked lineup of sappy holiday movies comes a holiday flick with real heart. An heiress to a toy charity takes a break from her hot mess big-city socialite life to help her father by delivering a special letter to a small town, in a long-held Christmas tradition. After a series of events keeps her stranded in the remote village, she learns the true meaning of giving and finds her own value in the process. 

The Christmas Candle (2013), Netflix 

In this British holiday period piece, a young, disillusioned minister comes to a small hamlet to help modernize the residents there, who faithfully believe that a special candle chooses one person to receive a miracle every 25 years. After a series of mishaps happen, both the minister and the townsfolk learn about faith and miracles, and the true meaning of Christmas. 

The Holiday Calendar (2018), Netflix 

In this new holiday offering from Netflix’s newest holiday lineup, Abby is a struggling photographer who receives a magic Advent calendar as a gift that seems to reveal a bit of the future each day. But will her future hold the life and love she’s been hoping for?

A Christmas Prince: A Royal Wedding (2018), Netflix 

If you are still getting residual feels from this year’s slew of royal weddings, you’re in luck, and just in time for the holidays!In the aptly named sequel to “A Christmas Prince”, “A Royal Wedding” is a follow-up to last year’s runaway holiday hit that follows Amber’s upcoming wedding to the prince she met last year. 

Miracle on 34th Street (1994), Hulu 

Can we still call it a classic, even if it’s not the original? This movie offers the timeless story of a little girl who befriends a kindly department store Santa, even as she struggles with her own belief in the real Santa Claus. A must-watch for anyone who still wants to believe. 

The Christmas Chronicles (2018), Netflix 

In this funky, upbeat take on the classic tales of Santa, this caper follows the adventures of two kids, who don’t believe in Santa but are looking for evidence that he actually exists. When their plan goes awry, they need all the help they can get to help Santa save the holiday! Come for the holiday feels, stay for Kurt Russell playing the coolest Santa you’ve ever seen. 

Love Actually (2003), Netflix 

It’s back! No holiday movie list would be complete without this quintessential Christmas rom-com that follows the lives and loves of eight strangers during one special holiday. To us, it’s perfect. 

The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993), Hulu

Another classic to add to your list! In this Tim Burton holiday masterpiece, the King of Halloween, Jack Skellington, must learn the meaning behind Christmas as he tries to create some new traditions in Halloween Town. 

Krampus Unleashed (2016), Hulu 

Couldn’t get enough terror at Halloween? Don’t worry! In this Christmas fright fest, a group of treasure hunters awakens an ancient evil Christmas demon in their quest for treasure… Unfortunately for them, he knows if they’ve been naughty or nice! 

You can catch these and more on Netflix and Hulu, but make sure you can record them with Replay Video Capture!

Holiday Playlists to Keep on Repeat:

Christmas Hits, Spotify 

Dive into this Christmas playlist with contemporary takes on classic holiday songs, featuring some ofyouru favorite singers, like Mariah Carey, Michael Bublé, and Wham!

Navidad Navidad, Spotify 

If you want to hear your favorites on repeat, but with a Latin twist, check out this playlist, featuring Juanes, Jose Feliciano, and Ariana Grande.

Acoustic Christmas, Spotify 

Sometimes the best vibe is to hear your favorites without lyrics.

Retro Holiday, Spotify 

You really can’t go wrong with this soulful list of Christmas classics, featuring the Jackson 5, Donnie Hathaway and many, many more!

Christmas Stories, Spotify 

Who said your playlists had to be musical? This playlist is hours of Christmas classic tales, narrated by your favorites.

What never gets old? Hearing all your holiday favorites! Listen to old favorites, or even discover new versions of timeless classics on Spotify, by recording them with Replay Music!

If you’re not sure how to get started, no worries… We are here to help! Take a look at our handy how-to guide, and get started enjoying the very best things about the winter holiday: cozying up with your favorites.

No matter how you plan to spend the winter break, there are plenty of ways to get cozy this season. We make capturing some of those warm and fuzzy feels so easy with Replay Video Capture and Replay Music. Make sure to get it now before the season ends! 

The Best Scary Movies & Series Online to Record and Save

If you are anything like us, you were counting down to Halloween as soon as the temperatures started dropping. It’s getting cold outside, and there really is no better way to enjoy the season than to get cozy inside and enjoy some scary movies and chills.

It doesn’t matter if you are a Halloween fanatic, or if you just want to have a great list of movies to freak you out until the big day, we’ve got you covered. You can stream all the best scary movies using Replay Video Capture for Windows or Replay Video Capture for Mac just in time for Halloween! Not sure how to do it? Check out our handy guide here!

The Haunting of Hill House

A spin-off show based on the original 1959 movie mentioned below, this incredible new series has viewers (and the actors involved) completely terrified. The Haunting of Hill House focuses on the story of the Crain family between their past living in the Haunted Hill house, and their present-day recovery from those events. With a 92% Rotten Tomatoes score, props from Stephen King himself, and way too much proof that you might actually vomit from being so scared, we’re sure it’s a new Halloween classic for seasoned horror pros. You can watch and record The Haunting of Hill House on Netflix using Replay Video Capture

Interview with a Vampire (1994)

Can a vampire be misunderstood? It’s complicated. If brooding vampires are your thing, you should definitely check out this Oscar-nominated modern classic about a vampire named Louis who gets lured into the vampire life after personal tragedy hits his family. This follows his saga and complicated relationship with the vampire Lestat as they navigate good and evil in the afterlife. You can watch and record Interview with a Vampire on Netflix using Replay Video Capture.

Paranormal Activity (2009)

This supernatural horror flick follows a young couple as they move into a new house in San Diego, which is seemingly possessed by a demonic spirit that follows them around. In this found-footage-style film, increasingly terrifying events are caught on camera as the demonic spirit feeds off of their negative energy. Have fun trying to sleep after this one! You can watch and record Paranormal Activity on Hulu using Replay Video Capture.

Children of the Corn (1984)

Children can be such a joy. Or they can be terrifying. If they are in the town of Gatlin, Nebraska, chances are they will have you fearing for your life. This terrifying classic from Stephen King is enough to make you petrified of perfect cornfields and perfectly innocent looking children forever. You can watch and record Children of the Corn on Netflix using Replay Video Capture.

House on Haunted Hill (1959)

What happens when you challenge a group of strangers to stay overnight in a haunted house for the chance to win $10,000? A night of absolute terror. Check out this classic that is filled with paranoia, terror, and yes, murder. You can watch and record House on Haunted Hill on Amazon Prime using Replay Video Capture.

Nosferatu (1931)

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Before vampires were sexy, brooding, or sparkly, there was Nosferatu. This classic uses shadows and suspense to create an atmosphere of sheer terror that can’t be missed. Often billed as one of the scariest movies of all time, this silent movie is a precursor to Bram Stoker’s “Dracula”, but stands in a class of its own. You can watch and record Nosferatu on Amazon Prime using Replay Video Capture.

The Others (2001)

In this bleak horror classic, a family becomes obsessed by the otherworldly presence that seems to be taking over their house. With plenty of twists and dread, this may be the perfect horror movie to watch and re-watch. You can watch and record The Others on Hulu using Replay Video Capture.

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New on Netflix: The Best Online Movies & Shows to Save This Summer

Netflix is brimming with a ton of original content, fresh new seasons, and awesome movies coming to their catalog in August. With a ton of plans through the end of 2018, as well, our favorite streaming platform online has a lot going on that we’re trying to keep up with. As we impatiently wait for the arrival of next month’s great new content, we thought we’d take the chance to round up some of what we’re most excited for.

Prepare yourselves for a fantastic month – and even better rest of the year – when it comes to new entertainment on Netflix! Here are some of the top titles that are coming new to Netflix in August.

I Am a Killer

When: August 3, 2018 // Type: Docuseries

In association with Netflix and A&E, this British production takes an in-depth look at the stories of prisoners on death row in America. With incredible storytelling that shows us the many sides of each inmate’s story, the docuseries is made up of one-hour episodes that feature 10 different prisoners.

Watch + record I Am a Killer from Netflix.

Like Father

When: August 3, 2018 // Type: Movie

Kristen Bell plays a complete workaholic who is ditched at the altar, left to figure out her life and what to do with her fully-planned honeymoon. Kelsey Grammer plays her estranged dad, who ends up joining her on her all-inclusive Caribbean cruise getaway. While the pair may not start out super close, there’s a lot of room for growth in this comedy-drama.

Watch + record Like Father from Netflix.

Flavors of Youth

When: August 4, 2o18 // Type: Movie

Another amazing combination, Netflix has also teamed up with CoMix Wave Films to create Flavors of Youth, a beautiful tale of growth, nostalgia, and time itself. Told in three chapters that are each set in different cities within China, the film “explores the simple joys of life through sensual memories and how the beating heart of love cannot be defeated by the flow of time.”

All About the Washingtons

When: August 10, 2o18 // Type: Movie

What happens when a hip-hop legend decides to take a few steps away from his career and become a stay-at-home dad? Obviously a lot of funny life lessons and heartwarming moments. Known for his time with the iconic group Run-D.M.C., Rev Run and Justine (his wife) star in this slightly fictional, mostly hilarious sitcom that we can’t wait for.

Watch + record All About the Washingtons from Netflix.

Disenchantment (Season 1)

When: August 17, 2018 // Type: Animated Series

Matt Groening had never stepped a foot into the world of Netflix… until now. His first ever exclusive project with them, Disenchantment, already has fans of Futurama and The Simpsons counting down until the release date. Based in a fairytale gone wrong, the main characters include a mostly-drunk princess and her personal demon, among many other.

Watch + record Disenchantment from Netflix.

To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before

When: August 17th, 2018 // Type: Movie

Following its recent string of successful, original romantic comedies, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before chronicles the life of a lovesick girl who writes letters to her past crushes. Plot twist – the love notes are suddenly released and she has to confront each and every one of her exes in a series of hilariously awkward moments.

Watch + record To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before from Netflix.

The Innocents (Season 1)

When: August 24, 2018 // Type: SciFi Series

A young teen couple has escaped the confines of a home life-prison situation in this supernatural series from Netflix. The only big problem? They’re being hunted down for the special powers they have. We don’t know too much about what this show will entail, but it looks like a thrilling adventure.

Watch + record The Innocents from Netflix.

Ghoul (Season 1)

When: August 24, 2018 // Type: SciFi Series

Netflix’s very first horror miniseries is coming soon, co-produced by Blumhouse (Insidious, Get Out) and filmed in India. The sinister-looking Netflix original, Ghoul, follows “a prisoner who arrives at a remote military interrogation center and turns the tables on his interrogators, exposing their most shameful secrets.”

Watch + record Ghoul from Netflix.

Ozark (Season 2)

When: August 31, 2018 // Type: Drama Series

One of Netflix’s highest-ranked original shows to date, Ozark is just about back for a second season. The teaser trailers have been intentionally vague, but we can tell one thing: the Byrdes appear to be in the midst of being hunted. With a ton of dark scenes and dangerous escalations, season 2 of Ozark is bound to keep us at the edge of our seats.

Watch + record Ozark from Netflix.

 

With all these amazing new movies and shows on Netflix, you should be set until the next month of new content arrives. With Replay Video Capture, you can record anything from Netflix to watch and enjoy later – it’s the perfect tool for building up your personal media library with all the best entertainment that Netflix has to offer!

Get Replay Video Capture for Windows or Replay Video Capture for Mac to download and save all of your favorite Netflix movies and shows!

Coming This March: New TV Shows & Movies on Netflix

February has absolutely flown by, and we all know what another new month means: brand new movies and TV shows on Netflix! While every passing month means that Netflix is removing content from its roster, they always make up for it with an onslaught of brilliant shows, films, documentaries, and ever-popular Netflix Originals to get excited about.

If you’re like us and can barely handle the anticipation, first take a deep breath – there will be plenty of awesome entertainment hitting your screen soon. You can find the full list of upcoming shows and movies, and take a look at some of the highlights right here. Don’t forget to update your Replay Video Capture software so you can capture every episode, past, present, and future.

B: The Beginning – March 2

A brand new Netflix original, B: The Beginning is a 10-episode anime production that follows genius investigator Keith Flick as he rejoins the royal police force. As he’s settling in, a serial killer referred to as “B” emerges and becomes an immediate threat. For fans of anime and animated series, this one is as suspenseful as it is creative and beautifully done.

You can watch B: The Beginning on Netflix and record it all with Replay Video Capture.

Jessica Jones (Season 2) – March 8

In the Marvel world, there is no shortage of kick-butt heroes and Jessica Jones is one of them. Following the end of her short-lived career as a superhero in NYC, the show focuses on Jessica Jones as she tries to rebuild her life as a private investigator. As part of the Marvel universe as it exists on Netflix today, we’re loving how the storylines and character development of one show can bleed into another so easily. If you’re a fan of Luke Cage, you’ll definitely want to check this one out if you haven’t already.

You can watch Jessica Jones on Netflix and record it all with Replay Video Capture. 

Ladies First – March 8

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Ladies First is a classic, true tale of bravery and bringing yourself up from nothing. Deepika Kumari was born into poverty and very limited women’s rights in India. Through the doubts of many, she was able to become the fifth-ranked athlete in the world in women’s archery and a gold medal winner at the 2010 Commonwealth Games. This documentary follows her childhood, training, and eventual win that made her famous around the world.

You can watch Ladies First on Netflix and record it all with Replay Video Capture. 

Love (Season 3) – March 9

Their relationship might not be considered “conventional,” but in the modern world, who really knows what makes the perfect couple? Judd Apatow’s quirky take on a romantic comedy, Love, is wrapping up with its final season (3). The comedic series has been described as having a “down-to-earth look at dating” that explores different perspectives on romantic relationships. With some squirmy moments and some “awww” moments, it’s definitely a charmer.

You can watch Love on Netflix and record it all with Replay Video Capture. 

On My Block – March 16

Growing up is hard enough without being in Los Angeles. On My Block is a new Netflix Original comedy series that follows the coming-of-age take of four friends as they navigate life in inner-city LA. This highly-anticipated, half-hour comedy series was co-created by ”Awkward” creator Lauren Iungerich and is the female-led breakthrough show we all needed growing up.

You can watch On My Block on Netflix and record it all with Replay Video Capture. 

Game Over, Man! – March 23

Game Over, Man! is a new comedy from (most of) the production team behind Workaholics, that follows three friends on the verge of finally getting funding to start their own video game company. Surprise, surprise, though — something goes wrong! Their main financier is suddenly taken hostage, complicating the situation and forcing them to rescue him before it’s too late.

You can watch Game Over, Man! on Netflix and record it all with Replay Video Capture. 

 

 

 

A Series of Unfortunate Events – March 30

What was once simply a super-popular children’s book series has been revived once more for the screen. A Series of Unfortunate Events (the series) is a Netflix Original that grabbed viewers immediately with Neil Patrick Harris’ portrayal of the strange, slightly evil Count Olaf. Based on the children’s novel series of the same name by Lemony Snicket, the Baudelaire orphans are placed into the care of their distant relative (Olaf), a man constantly plotting to get their fortune for himself.

You can watch A Series of Unfortunate Events on Netflix and record it all with Replay Video Capture. 

 

 

 

 

With all these amazing new movies and shows on Netflix, you should be set until the next month of new content arrives (we hope!). Replay Video Capture is the ultimate Netflix downloader! Our powerful software can easily record from Netflix and save the videos back to your computer. With Replay Video Capture, you can record anything from Netflix to watch and enjoy later – it’s the perfect tool for building up your personal media library with all the best entertainment that the Internet has to offer.

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