Intro: Crackle Review
Everyone is always looking for something new and exciting to watch. And that can be hard to find if you’re searching through the same, old streaming services.
If you’ve never heard of Crackle, I’m about to put you on to DOZENS of new shows and movies. And if you have heard of it, then hopefully you’re already taking advantage of how much this service has to offer.
Crackle is a streaming service that used to be owned (then co-owned) by Sony, but is now fully acquired by Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment. Whether you're searching for Action, Drama, Crime, Sci-fi, Horror, or even Westerns, Crackle has a sizable collection of all of these genres.
Even with so many options to choose from, using Crackle won’t cost you a thing! Crackle is a FREE, ad-supported streaming platform. Most streaming services force you to sign up in order to watch their content, but you can start watching content on Crackle the second you click on their website!
What’s on Crackle?
Crackle has a lot of original content to choose from! Here are just a few of the original movies:
- Angel Of Death: After suffering an almost life ending injury, an affected assassin begins to experience overwhelming remorse for all of her old victims.
- Anything is Possible: The Serge Ibaka Story: A documentary about the trials and tribulations NBA player, Serge Ibaka, had to go through in order to become the star he is today.
- Party Boat: This is a comedy movie about a man who realizes that he has feelings for his female best friend after her boyfriend proposes to her. So he throws her one last, big party in attempts to win over her love.
- Cagefighter: An MMA champion at the height of his career is pitted against a pro wrestler that he underestimates, but realizes might actually be a formidable opponent.
Here are the names of some Classic movies on Crackle that might be familiar to you:
- Tokyo Joe (1949)
- To Sir, With Love (1967)
- The Son of Monte Cristo (1940)
Here are just a few of the highest rated movies on the service:
- Half Nelson
- The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
- Stuck In Love
Crackle has a large library of shows to choose from as well. In The Vault is a Crackle Original that features a bunch of college students pointing the finger at one another when a student pops up dead. Produced by 50 Cent, The Oath is also a Crackle Original about a criminal gang that’s actually comprised of cops.
There’s an extensive catalog of old school and classic TV shows on the streaming service. Here’s a few:
- Charlie’s Angels (1981)
- Starsky and Hutch
- The Little Rascals
- Barney Miller
Where can you find Crackle?
You can watch Crackle through their app, which is currently available on Apple, Samsung, Vizio, Fire TVs, and Roku devices. You can also cast it from your laptop or mobile device on crackle.com.
Final Thoughts: Crackle Review
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