Quick Look: If you are looking for an eclectic or Brooklyn-centric collection of movies, look no further. The channel offers an odd collection of free and rental titles ranging from vintage public domain titles to indie originals. Although most of the content is free, some videos carry a $1.99 to $3.99 rental fee. Browsing the titles will show a little bit about the movie and whether there is a fee associated with it or not.
Titles are offered in the following categories:
- Free Trailers
- Feature Films
- Short Films
- Original Series
- Classic Cuts
- Brooklyn Extras
- Horror & Sci-Fi
Unlike many movie channels on Roku, Brooklyn on Demand is not just a random collection of titles. The library is curated by the Art of Brooklyn Film Festival, billed as "the only festival in the world that's all about Brooklyn-born, Brooklyn-based and Brooklyn-centric independent film."
A few of the more off-beat titles are Prisoners of the Lost Universe, Shlomo Pussycat and When Broomsticks Were King. In addition to movies you will find a few episodes from original series like "Bumbloods," "The Triplets of Kings County," and "The Shorts Show.
A Brooklyn on Demand promotional video can be viewed below.
-- Information is current as of October 13, 2015
Developer's Channel Description: Curated by the Art of Brooklyn Film Festival, Brooklyn On Demand brings Brooklyn-centric indie film and content to a worldwide audience, while helping their creators earn revenue. BKOD showcases films and videos that represent the diverse voices of Brooklyn NY - a local scene with global influence.
CHANNEL STORE CATEGORY: Movies & TV
DEVELOPER: Brooklyn On Demand AoBFF
FEES: channel is free to add some content requires a rental fee