Some quick site updates, and letting you know what’s in store for 2018.
DVD screener season is almost behind us, and there’s been a huge demand, anticipation and excitement following the leaks of the Oscar contenders. Personally, The Florida Project and I, Tonya left huge impressions on me. But since we’re looking ahead to a new year of movies, here are a few site updates.
We’re not going to do 4K pirate movie reports. I want to keep the site simple and I think our rating system covers most people’s needs. 4K Ultra HD and HDR rips are a specialty item, huge in file sizes and in a range of different formats and encodes. And if you’re that invested in getting the best visual and audio experience, I think it’s worth buying a physical copy of the movie.
But I’ve put together a Twitter account which automatically tweets pirated UHD rips for those of you are interested.
Site changes and upgrades
There are a few bugs to be squashed and the front page needs to be more UI friendly for our mobile friends. The site is also sluggish from time to time. And I’m also thinking of temporarily removing the news section because it doesn’t make sense as is, and there’s not been a huge demand for it. You might also have noticed that the most Popular movies, as seen on the front page, isn’t really being updated. Don’t tell anyone but those are based on the number of visits since the site started. It doesn’t really make any sense 😉 And the trailer page, who doesn’t want that page to make more sense.
Maybe the most requested feature is an RSS feed which outputs the leak reports being added. And something I want to tie into our Twitter stream. But it’s proven to be technically – A bit of a hassle. But it’s coming.
Personal movie list.
Right now, none of us can view the movies we’ve subscribed to. And it’s kind of annoying. Plus I would like to see what other members are interested in. Maybe the second most requested feature and a bit more time consuming. Once the leak feed is ready, this will be my priority.
Where You Watch as a mobile app.
Our site is built on a clever CMS which is going to be mobile compatible sometime this year. Depending on Apple and Google’s restrictions when it comes to discussing and reporting pirated movies, we might see a Where You Watch app version in the not to distant future. All synced with our current database.