Japan Flix discontinues streaming service

Posted on by Jeffrey

As you may have noticed, over the past few days, the streaming option along with many of our films have disappeared.

We at Japan Flix have decided to discontinue the streaming service to shift our focus from our delivery method to the content itself. In other words, we our concentrating our efforts on finding and acquiring never-before-seen Japanese films like Tomie Vs. Tomie and Shisei: The Tattooer.

Japan Flix’s collection is currently available on iTunes and Zune. In the coming months, we will be working on expanding our selection and making them available on more platforms.

It has been a terrific experience developing a brand new streaming service. While our hope to provide something that other services didn’t, didn’t exactly pan out, we enjoyed the process and learned many things about what Japanese film fans truly care about.

Now, we’re really excited to get back to our core and focus on the movies. Stay tuned for exciting news as we announce new films and new platforms here on our blog!

Details of the discontinuation of streaming services

Customers who currently have a film as of March 26th, 2012, can still watch their film till March 27th, 2012. The following day (March 28th, 2012), streaming services will become unavailable.

If you have ever made a purchase on Japan Flix, your billing information will be erased by CCBill LLC our E-ticket Vendor, Payment Processor, and Access Management Provider.

If you have any further questions or concerns, feel free to email us at info@japanflix.com.


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