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Kill Bill: Vol 2. Free to watch on BBC iPlayer

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5y, 7m agoFound 5 years, 7 months ago
Quentin Tarantino's stylish, violent samurai sequel in which the vengeful assassin, The Bride, concludes her ruthless quest for revenge.

Before she can get to her ultimate nemesis and former mentor, however, two more of the Deadly Viper Assassination Squad stand in the way
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#1
Hmm I thought it was only BBC made content on iplayer. Cool
#2
why do the iplayer threads go cold? its free!
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wiplash
why do the iplayer threads go cold? its free!

In which case, should I create a thread for every single episode of Eastenders, Watchdog... Waybuloo, In The Night Garden...?

They're all free after all.
#4
mikefellows
wiplash
why do the iplayer threads go cold? its free!


In which case, should I create a thread for every single episode of Eastenders, Watchdog... Waybuloo, In The Night Garden...?

They're all free after all.

they're not films though
#5
mikefellows
wiplash
why do the iplayer threads go cold? its free!


In which case, should I create a thread for every single episode of Eastenders, Watchdog... Waybuloo, In The Night Garden...?

They're all free after all.


You can if you want! But TV shows are a regular occurence and have a following! The films that are put on iPlayer are irregular and aren't usually free to watch. Posting it on HUKD gives me awareness that it is there I wouldn't know otherwise. Whereas TV shows I know will be on there because they are on TV.

Edited By: wiplash on Jun 06, 2011 11:35
#6
mikefellows

You can if you want! But TV shows are a regular occurence and have a following! The films that are put on iPlayer are irregular and aren't usually free to watch. Posting it on HUKD gives me awareness that it is there I wouldn't know otherwise. Whereas TV shows I know will be on there because they are on TV.


If you need a reminder service to know which movies are on the iplayer or not, why don't you go on the website and check it out then. Also, movies on the iplayer are movies which have been released on dvd already since quite a while and therefore are available to watch in good copy on the internet as well so should I post a list of all websites where I can stream movies for free then???

Movies on the iplayer are just movies which were on tv and are now online for a week or so.

Edited By: crazehost on Jun 06, 2011 11:56
1 Like #7
wiplash
mikefellows
wiplash
why do the iplayer threads go cold? its free!

In which case, should I create a thread for every single episode of Eastenders, Watchdog... Waybuloo, In The Night Garden...?

They're all free after all.

You can if you want! But TV shows are a regular occurence and have a following! The films that are put on iPlayer are irregular and aren't usually free to watch. Posting it on HUKD gives me awareness that it is there I wouldn't know otherwise. Whereas TV shows I know will be on there because they are on TV.

Ok... shall I post a thread for each and every movie on the Sky Movies channels then? Please let me know how you'd prefer for me to do this. I'm keen to get started.



Edited By: mikefellows on Jun 06, 2011 12:23
#8
it's not free either since you have to have a tv license to watch them.
suspended#9
chesca
it's not free either since you have to have a tv license to watch them.

And a TV..... and electricity...lol

But seriously... these Iplayer deals are done to death. Not suprised it is cold... enough now.
#10
the dedicated films section on the iplayer front page is sufficient, not to mention films are usually in the top played!
cold
#11
Quit moaning you lot. I didn't know it was on and am grateful for this post. If you don't like it, move on to the next post...
#12
wiplash
You can if you want! But TV shows are ...

you can't. they go super cold and then people consider them 'spam' and they disappear.

chesca
it's not free either since you have to have a tv license to watch them.

that's not 100% true. You can watch it for free without a license as long as it's not 'a live broadcast'.

I find the iPlayer links annoying. IMO it's simalar to putting up a TV guide and saying this movie will be showing at x time.
Whether it's a movie or a TV show or documentary - it's just repeating a schedule.
IMHO it's people just trying to get a hot rated deal for no effort. The real freebie is that iPlayer exists - and that's it. (but that wouldn't go very hot now as there's ITV player and 4OD).

These posts take up space on the freebie section and mask the actual good freebies that should be on the front page or ranking.
#13
i like the iplayer film deals showing up, they remind me what's there to go and watch
suspended#14
niceguyrichy
i like the iplayer film deals showing up, they remind me what's there to go and watch

As previously said, this is not a TV guide..... how about looking for yourself every week.
#15
SpikePhoenix
it's not free either since you have to have a tv license to watch them.

that's not 100% true. You can watch it for free without a license as long as it's not 'a live broadcast'.


Actually, if you have a look at how your Tv license money is spent, you'll see that the iplayer is funded through that same money... so technically, you do need a tv license. Also, I would love to see someone justify that they dont need a tv licence for watching iplayer since it also streams live tv.


Edited By: crazehost on Jun 07, 2011 09:29
1 Like #16
Thanks for the post. I've never seen part 2, so I'll watch it this week. Don't worry about the sad, angst-ridden hermits who complain about such great deals being posted, they're just happy to have something to complain about.

I might start posting a few iPlayer film deals myself, if I see anything good on
suspended#17
dayman76
Thanks for the post. I've never seen part 2, so I'll watch it this week. Don't worry about the sad, angst-ridden hermits who complain about such great deals being posted, they're just happy to have something to complain about.

I might start posting a few iPlayer film deals myself, if I see anything good on


lol, yeah such a "good deal" it has reached the giddy heights of -60. Please feel free to post your own Iplayer deals.... I look forward to voting them cold too.
1 Like #18
chesca
it's not free either since you have to have a tv license to watch them.


No.

You don't.

As even the TV Licensing people agree, which is why I do not pay them £150+ a year to have to put up with watching mostly crap.

I did actually watch this KillBill2 last night in Iplayer, not due to anything on this forum. Almost wish I had not.

But the constant downgrading of "heads up" on what are often good films (usually) does not do us HUKD members any favours.

If people do not like these heads up posts, stop ruddy well reading them and wasting your time voting them down, just ignore it.

Edited By: mateypeeps on Jun 07, 2011 19:11
#19
crazehost
SpikePhoenix
it's not free either since you have to have a tv license to watch them.

that's not 100% true. You can watch it for free without a license as long as it's not 'a live broadcast'.


Actually, if you have a look at how your Tv license money is spent, you'll see that the iplayer is funded through that same money... so technically, you do need a tv license. Also, I would love to see someone justify that they dont need a tv licence for watching iplayer since it also streams live tv.



If you're going on technicalities then the bottom line is that you don't need a TV license for non-live streaming, as stated on the TV Licensing website. What the BBC spend the licensing money on is a different matter.

Also, I'm not entirely sure so correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe 'iPlayer' refers to uploaded content, i.e. programs that have already been broadcast. The 'live' streaming that the website offers is a kind of 'mini website' for each channel, e.g. 'BBC1 - Watch Live'. So you would never get a live iPlayer stream...

TV Licensing website: "You don't need a TV License.. if you don’t watch or record television programmes, or you only stream TV programmes online after they’ve been broadcast – through on-demand services like YouTube, BBC iPlayer and 4oD – you don’t need to be covered by a
TV Licence."

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