It's the final weekend before Halloween, which means you have very little time to make sure you're prepared! Once you're done carving the pumpkins, figuring out your costume, and ordering a ton of candy on Amazon, it's time to add a few scary films to your movie collection. iTunes is having a Halloween movie sale this weekend with prices starting at just $5. Many of the options in the sale are classic or recently popularized films, while there are quite a few you likely haven't heard of either. At just $5, why not take a chance on a few new films while you're at it? It beats spending $30+ at the theater on a ticket and concessions.
Now that the Apple TV app is available on Roku and Fire TV devices, it's easier than ever to watch films and TV shows purchased from iTunes. Previously, you'd need an Apple TV device to watch films purchased via iTunes, though these tend to be some of the most expensive streaming media devices available currently. Movies Anywhere is also an option, albeit with some sacrifices, which allows you to consolidate your digital libraries across retailers so that films would be shared between each account, though there is a moderate portion of films which are not eligible for the program. No TV shows are eligible for Movies Anywhere either.
iTunes is having a major Halloween movie sale this weekend with prices starting at just $5. Now that the Apple TV app is accessible on Roku and Amazon Fire TV devices, it's easy to find various ways to watch films from iTunes.
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Within the sale, you'll find picks like The Evil Dead, Scream, various entries into the Halloween series, The Blair Witch Project, and so much more, and that's just in the $5 section. Movies like Army of Darkness, Us, Annabelle Comes Home, and The Rocky Horror Picture Show are on sale if you're willing to spend a few dollars more.
Once you have the Apple TV app downloaded, you'll be able to watch everything you've purchased from iTunes directly. No worrying whether it's Movies Anywhere-eligible and no need to spend nearly $200 on the Apple TV 4K, even if you want to watch in 4K UHD. Just make sure you have a recent Roku or Amazon Fire device at home to begin streaming.
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