How Dvd Rental Works

With the convenience of the internet, vast DVD title range and low prices, online DVD rental is becoming a popular choice for renting DVD?s. With the ever increasing penetration of the internet and consumer spending over the internet following close behind, it doesn?t take a lot to imagine that Online DVD Rental may well overtake the traditional high street alternative.

There are a number of big brands in the Online DVD rental market, and this article explains how online DVD rental works. Despite the number of companies providing these services, they all follow a similar four step process:

? Sign-up & Select. First of all, simply select your favourite DVD rental service provider from the ones we have reviewed for you here. After clicking on your favourite, decide on the DVD rental price package that suites you best. You'll then be asked to complete an online registration process and select the DVD titles that you would like to watch at home. Its normally recommended that you maintain a list of titles and prioritise on the order in which you would like to receive them. You'll never be short of titles to watch with between 34,000 and 58,000 to choose from! You wont be tied into a long term contract and you can switch between the various price packages available. You will normally be offered a FREE trial, so you have no risk to find out how it works before you finally make you mind up or spend any money!
? Receive DVD's through the Post. Depending on the DVD rental service provider you choose, you should receive your DVD's with a day or two via first class postage
? Watch & Enjoy your DVD. Once you receive your DVD(s), you can take your time and watch them at a time and day that suits you best. There's normally no penalties or restrictions for how long you keep your DVD at home. Remember though, the longer you keep them, the longer it will be before you get your next one(s).

? Post your DVD back & receive the next one(s). Once you have watched you DVD(s) simply put them in the prepaid envelope provided and pop it in the post. Once your DVD rental service provider receives the DVD(s), they will select the next one(s) from your list and post it to you.

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Knight Rider (season 2) Dvd Review

One of the most memorable TV shows of the 1980s, Knight Rider (and particularly K.I.T.T.) enthralled children of all ages while simultaneously entertaining their parents with effective use of the traditional TV action genre format. Knight Rider is the story of a potent crime fighting team assembled by the terminally-ill billionaire Wilton Knight who saves the life of police officer Michael Long. Providing Long with a new identity (Michael Knight) and a new face, the young policeman (David Hasselhoff) spends the rest of his life to fighting crime on behalf of the Foundation of Law and Government (FLAG). Singled out by his billionaire savior and aided by staffers of FLAG, Michael is paired with an extraordinary vehicle capable of fighting the bad guys all by itself?

The Knight Rider (Season 2) DVD features a number of action-packed episodes including the two part season premiere "Goliath" in which Michael and K.I.T.T. are forced to do battle with Wilton Knight's ex-wife and son who enjoy the aid of a truck sporting many of the same capabilities as K.I.T.T? Other notable episodes from Season 2 include "Blind Spot" in which Michael enlists the aid of a blind woman who is the only witness to a corrupt businessman's illegal practices, and "Speed Demons" in which Michael and K.I.T.T. are on high alert when an anonymous tipster warns that the upcoming Foundation sponsored motorcycle race will play home to a murder?

Below is a list of episodes included on the Knight Rider (Season 2) DVD:

Episode 23 (Goliath: Part 1) Air Date: 10-02-1983
Episode 24 (Goliath: Part 2) Air Date: 10-02-1983
Episode 25 (Brother's Keeper) Air Date: 10-09-1983
Episode 26 (Merchants of Death) Air Date: 10-16-1983
Episode 27 (Blind Spot) Air Date: 10-23-1983
Episode 28 (Return to Cadiz) Air Date: 10-30-1983
Episode 29 (K.I.T.T. the Cat) Air Date: 11-06-1983
Episode 30 (Custom K.I.T.T.) Air Date: 11-13-1983
Episode 31 (Soul Survivor) Air Date: 11-27-1983
Episode 32 (Ring of Fire) Air Date: 12-04-1983
Episode 33 (Knightmares) Air Date: 12-11-1983
Episode 34 (Silent Knight) Air Date: 12-18-1983
Episode 35 (A Knight in Shining Armor) Air Date: 01-08-1984
Episode 36 (Diamonds Aren't a Girl's Best Friend) Air Date: 01-15-1984
Episode 37 (White-Line Warriors) Air Date: 01-29-1984
Episode 38 (Race for Life) Air Date: 02-05-1984
Episode 39 (Speed Demons) Air Date: 02-12-1984
Episode 40 (Goliath Returns: Part 1) Air Date: 02-19-1984
Episode 41 (Goliath Returns: Part 2) Air Date: 02-19-1984
Episode 42 (A Good Knight's Work) Air Date: 03-04-1984
Episode 43 (Mouth of the Snake: Part 1) Air Date: 04-08-1984
Episode 44 (Mouth of the Snake: Part 2) Air Date: 04-08-1984
Episode 45 (Let It Be Me) Air Date: 05-13-1984
Episode 46 (Big Iron) Air Date: 05-27-1984

Curb Your Enthusiasm (dvd) Review

Nominated for 20 Emmys and winner of a Golden Globe for Best Television Series (Musical or Comedy), Curb Your Enthusiasm is one of the more clever and hilarious shows on TV. The HBO original series is the brainchild of Seinfeld co-creator and writer Larry David, whose life maintains a peculiar resemblance to the quasi-fictional George Costanza. And just like George Costanza and his neurotically-low self-esteem (i.e. "God doesn't want me to be successful), Curb Your Enthusiasm propagates a Murphy's Law theme of "what can go wrong will go wrong". It's a true-to-life reality show about nothing in which every episode is certain to cause comedy connoisseurs everywhere to tremble in enthusiastic anticipation?

Curb Your Enthusiasm centers around the actual life of Larry David - post-Seinfeld and living the high life in Los Angeles. Just like Larry's other successful TV venture, the show doesn't focus entirely on plot, instead following the mundane and routine adventures of a famous Hollywood insider. And just like his alter-ego George Constanza, Larry often witnesses simple acts and gestures on his part snowball into a series of misunderstandings and embarrassing situations. Accompanying Larry on his daily adventures are his wife Cheryl (Cheryl Hines) and his manager Jeff Greene (Jeff Garlin) as well as a host of Hollywood and Broadway celebrities who make regular guest appearances… Blurring the line between fiction and reality, Curb Your Enthusiasm is the perfect sequel to Seinfeld. In a nutshell, it's a glimpse of what would've been had Jerry and George's pilot been picked up by NBC (which ultimately raises the question - who wouldn't love a show about a man sentenced to be another man's butler?)?

The Curb Your Enthusiasm DVD features a number of hilarious episodes including the season premiere "The Pants Tent" in which Larry's khakis inadvertently bunch together to create a "pants tent". This innocent natural wonder becomes the source of enmity between Larry and his wife's friend Nancy. The girlfriend of Larry's new friend Richard Lewis is also offended by the incident. Meanwhile, Larry's problems compound when he phones Jeff and refers to his wife as "Hitler," unaware of the fact that Jeff's parents are listening in on speaker-phone… Other notable episodes from Season 1 include "The Bracelet" in which Larry spends an entire day attempting to purchase a bracelet for Cheryl in the aftermath of a fight they had, and "The Group" in which Cheryl becomes jealous when Larry's voluptuous ex-girlfriend Lucy bumps into the couple?

Below is a list of episodes included on the Curb Your Enthusiasm (Season 1) DVD:

Episode 1 (The Pants Tent) Air Date: 10-15-2000
Episode 2 (Ted and Mary) Air Date: 10-22-2000
Episode 3 (Porno Gil) Air Date: 10-29-2000
Episode 4 (The Bracelet) Air Date: 11-05-2000
Episode 5 (Interior Decorator) Air Date: 11-12-2000
Episode 6 (The Wire) Air Date: 11-19-2000
Episode 7 (AAMCO) Air Date: 11-26-2000
Episode 8 (Beloved Aunt) Air Date: 12-03-2000
Episode 9 (Affirmative Action) Air Date: 12-10-2000
Episode 10 (The Group) Air Date: 12-17-2000

Sanford And Son (dvd) Review

Nominated for six Golden Globes and seven Emmys, including Outstanding Series - Comedy, Sanford And Son became one of the first shows in television history to be almost entirely centered around African-American characters. Modeled after the British TV show Steptoe And Son, the series showcased the underappreciated talents of comic genius Redd Foxx (whose skin color and bad language prevented him from becoming a superstar decades earlier). The brainchild of All In The Family creator Norman Lear, Sanford And Son signaled the beginning of a decade of sitcom classics for the prolific 1970's TV writer - Maude (1972), Good Times (1974), and The Jeffersons (1975) being the others. Wrought with memorable one-liners and well-timed humor, Sanford And Son was a Top 10 Nielsen rated show every year in which it aired except for its final season (ranking a respectable #27)?

Sanford And Son, set in the Watts district of Los Angeles, follows the life of Fred Sanford (Redd Foxx), a 65-year-old African-American junk dealer who shares his business with his 34-year-old son Lamont (Demond Wilson). With Fred's wife Elizabeth having passed away twenty years earlier, he often evokes Lamont's sympathy by clutching his heart and proclaiming, "Oh, I'm coming to join you Elizabeth!" But Fred always survives those near fatal heart attacks, continuing to disperse sarcastic putdowns (often directed at his sister-in-law Esther) and racist stereotypical remarks aimed against whites and Hispanics (especially Lamont's friend Julio). Using guilt to manipulate his ambitious son into staying and helping run the salvage shop instead of pursuing other endeavors, Fred Sanford spends most of his days lounging around the house (his junk store and home are one and the same) and hanging out with his friends - Grady, Melvin, and Bubba? Well-written and hilarious, Sanford & Son is comedian Redd Foxx at his absolute best?

The Sanford And Son DVD features a number of hilarious episodes including the series premiere "Crossed Swords" in which Lamont purchases a collectible porcelain figure from a silent movie star for $15. When he and Fred get the statuette appraised, they determine that they can fetch a bundle for it if they put it up for auction, but while at the auction, the two decide to pose as buyers to bid up the price, a decision that ends up costing them? Other notable episodes from Season 1 include "The Copper Caper" in which Fred and Lamont purchase their own copper from a man who's been stealing the metal all across town, and "A Pad for Lamont" in which Lamont decides to move into his own apartment for privacy reasons. At first, Fred is upset - until he learns he enjoys having some time to himself?

Below is a list of episodes included on the Sanford And Son (Season 1) DVD:

Episode 1 (Crossed Swords) Air Date: 01-14-1972
Episode 2 (Happy Birthday, Pop) Air Date: 01-21-1972
Episode 3 (Here Comes the Bride, There Goes the Bride) Air Date: 01-28-1972
Episode 4 (The Copper Caper) Air Date: 02-04-1972
Episode 5 (A Matter of Life and Breath) Air Date: 02-11-1972
Episode 6 (We Were Robbed) Air Date: 02-18-1972
Episode 7 (A Pad for Lamont) Air Date: 02-25-1972
Episode 8 (The Great Sanford Siege) Air Date: 03-03-1972
Episode 9 (Coffins for Sale) Air Date: 03-10-1972
Episode 10 (The Barracuda) Air Date: 03-17-1972
Episode 11 (TV or not TV) Air Date: 03-24-1972
Episode 12 (The Suitcase Case) Air Date: 03-31-1972
Episode 13 (The Return of the Barracuda) Air Date: 04-07-1972
Episode 14 (The Piano Movers) Air Date: 04-14-1972