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Introducing FeedFliks Quiz

Here’s a fun way to kill some time: FeedFliks Quiz! Just click on that link to take the quiz: you will be shown the brief synopsis of a movie and you’ll have 5 seconds to guess the name of that movie.

See if you are a real movie buff. Like it? Just play it again – we’ve seen several users play the game a dozen times in a row!  If you think your friends might like it, just use the Twitter and Facebook buttons to share the quiz with them too. It’s a great way to take a break or kill some time.

Email if you have suggestions to improve the Quiz.


Netflix Adding Tons of New Titles to Instant Watch

Follow along at Here are some better known ones

Iron Man starts Sep 1st

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button starts Sep 1st

Star Trek starts Sep 1st

Raiders of the Lost Ark starts Sep 1st

The Haunting in Connecticut starts Sep 1st

There are a lot of 2008/2009 titles in there in addition to the older hits. Hopefully this will address the #1 complaint about Netflix’s Streaming offering – that there’s “nothing new” to watch on there.

Remember, on FeedFliks, you can sign up for a reminder the exact day a title comes available for Streaming.


FeedFliks Now Tweets As Soon As Titles Are Made Available On Streaming

Netflix’s Streaming is becoming more popular by the day and we find that is hugely popular. In fact we send out a daily Tweet each morning with top rated titles that are coming soon to streaming. Here’s today tweet for example:

We’re now tweeting as soon as we find out that a title has been teed up for streaming. Here’s what this looks like:

Live Tweet

Live Tweet

We hope this will help all of you Streaming fans stay right on top of what’s coming up. We are @feedfliks on Twitter. Please be sure follow us.


A Ton Of New Thomas & Friends Titles Coming To Streaming

Got kids? Love Thomas anyway? More than 30 Thomas & Friends titles are being added to Netflix Streaming on the 15th of April. Find them all using Search:

This should make Spring Break go a little more easy 🙂

Remember, you can sign up to be notified via Twitter when titles that are teed up for Streaming actually come available. Read more about that on our older blog post at


Sorting Options Added To Streaming Central

FeedFliks’ Streaming Central page has quickly become a hot spot on the site and to make it even more useful, we’re adding sort options for Coming Soon, Just Arrived and Expiring Soon pages. Here’s what it looks like:

Streaming Central : now with Sorting

Streaming Central : now with Sorting

Thanks to all of you who wrote in and asked for this and moved this up the To-Do list ladder! Your great feedback helps make FeedFliks more useful for everyone!


Several New Hindi/Bollywood Titles on Streaming in April

Good stuff for Bollywood fans: over a dozen new Hindi movies are coming to Netflix Streaming in April. Most have above average ratings and should be worth a watch for all the Hindi movie fans out there. Dev.D (2009) starts streaming April 01, 2010. The rest begin streaming on April 15, 2010

Bachna Ae Haseeno (2008)

Chak De! India (2007)

Dhoom 2 (2006)

Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995)

Dostana (2008)

Fanaa (2006)

Kabhi Kabhie (1976)

New York (2009)

Pyaar Impossible (2010)

Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi (2008)

Rocket Singh: Salesman of the Year (2009)

Silsila (1981)

Veer-Zaara (2004)

Go ahead and  click on the “Remind’ button and we’ll send you a Twitter DM the day the title starts to stream. You can learn more about this ‘Remind’ feature from our last blog post.


FeedFliks Can Notify You When A Title Becomes Available To Stream

Seeing Future Streaming Availability on FeedFliks has become hugely popular.  We’ve taken this one step further: You can now ask to be notified via Twitter the exact day the titles you’re interested in on the Coming Soon page begin to stream on Netflix.

Notification of Streaming Titles

Notification of Streaming Titles

Just click on the blue ‘Remind’ button and FeedFliks will send you a direct message via Twitter to remind you. Just tell FeedFliks your Twitter username on your Account page and also remember to follow us on Twitter.  Please rememeber that if you do not follow us (@feedfliks) then you will not get these reminders.

We’re hoping this will be really useful to all your Streaming fans out there. If you’ve suggestions to make your Streaming experience even better, please leave us a comment or email us at


Share any particular movie review

Here’s something that should really be useful to all of you prolific reviewers out there: you can now get a permalink to any one particular review that you can share with your friends. Rather than have to scroll through dozens (or hundreds!) of your reviews, they can quickly and easily get to the exact movie review you choose.

For example, here’s my review page with a review of Match Point:

Movie Reviews Page

Movie Reviews Page

Now, under each review, you’ll see a permalink to that particular review. The permalink for my review of Match Point happens to be:

Click on this and you’ll get a page that shows just that review:

Review Permalink Page

Review Permalink Page

This link ( will always work even if you go back and make edits to your review. It’s super-easy now to share your favorite review on Twitter, Facebook, Email or on  Blogs.


Posted by on September 18, 2009 in facebook, feedfliks, feedflix, permalink, reviews, sharing, twitter


Get your FeedFliks Alerts via Twitter

Follow @ffalerts

Follow @ffalerts

One of the more popular features of FeedFliks is the Alerts option.

For those who aren’t aware of this neat feature : you can ask to be reminded via email if you’ve held on to any particular DVD for longer than 3 (or 5, or 7…) days.  Alerts help you maximize your Netflix membership by getting you to watch more movies each month. If you haven’t subscribed to alerts, you should – rightaway.

Since many of you also use Twitter,  we think it makes sense for us to offer to send you these reminder alerts via Twitter rather than email. Getting FF alerts via Twitter is easy.

Step1: Update your Twitter username on your FeedFliks account page

Step2: Follow our alerting account @ffalerts

Step3: Tell us what day of the week you want to get alerted and how long you’d like to have a DVD at home before you want a reminder for it

As always – Alerts are an opt-in feature and it is easy to opt-out. Don’t want to be bugged anymore? Just set alerts to ‘Never’.

Remember: Following @ffalerts is important because FF will send you alerts via direct messages (DM) to protect your privacy regarding what titles you have at home.

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Posted by on July 25, 2009 in alerts, feedfliks, feedflix, twitter