my Film Finder - the UK movie finding and comparison site
We've indexed every movie on every streaming movie site to make finding the content you want fantastically easy.
Just hit the search box if you already know what you want to watch.
Or if you need some inspiration, check out the filters on the left to find films by genre and provider.
- Release date:January 2007
Dead Man Down
- Release date:March 2013
Our Day Will Come
- Release date:September 2010
A Horrible Way to Die
- Release date:November 2010
- Release date:October 1998
Eve of Destruction
- Release date:January 1991
- Release date:October 1972
- Release date:August 2011
- Release date:December 1998
Watch Movies Online
myFilmFinder's movie search allows users to find movies across the main streaming film sites. Whether you already know the film you want to watch or you need some inspiration and don't want to tie your search to one provider, myFilmFinder will allow you to find your film and compare all the providers on price. Find the latest films from Blinkbox, Lovefilm, Netflix, Lovefilm and iTunes and don't forget you can filter by genre and parental rating or order the results by the reviews.
Watch free movies online streaming
Most of the subscription move sites have a free trial which can often allow you to view their entire selection of films for up to a month for free. They will often ask you for your credit card details to begin the free trial so if you don't want to carry on your subscription you must remember to cancel before the end of the free trial period. At myFilmFinder we regularly update our special offers and discount codes section to keep you up to date. Pay per film services such as Blinkbox rarely have free trials but will often do heavy discounts for new subscribers.
We've checked out all the main providers to make your decision easier if you're thinking about signing up to one of the maining streaming film providers. Take a look at our reviews section for NowTV reviews and all the others. You can also find lists of compatible devices so you'll know if you can watch films on a device you already own or if you might have to buy new equipment.