Thursday, March 08, 2007

Tripper turned me onto this site quite awhile ago. If you are into bitorrenting free public domain documentaries on dog shows or other equally inoffensive stuff, or any 'other' things that may be floating around out on the Internet, then this is the site for you. It's a team of people that quite usefully review 'scene' releases, films, apps, games, TV shows etc.. that get leaked to the Internet by various means.

They don't just talk about what's just been vomited up on the popular bit torrent sites, they also talk about upcoming movies, games, software, news, whatever!. For instance there was an R5 released this week of the film Moscow Zero. An R5 is a new kind of DVD rip, an AVI taken direct from an actual commercial DVD. In Russia (region 5) there is rampant movie piracy so a lot of DVD's apparently get released there ahead of North America. has a short synopsis, Links to on the film to things like the IMDB (Internet Movie Database), the movie's homepage, a preview trailer and lastly, a bittorent link to where you can download the thing. It links to all the time, another site I hadn't gone too much. It's free with no ratios, kinda neat if you don't mind waiting.
Pretty handy.. If you're into dog shows or lesser TV fare you may have missed on air like Micheal Jackson's most shocking TV moments!!!!
I regularly use stuff like this if I happen to miss a TV program I like. Every episode of LOST, House, desperate Housewives, etc, is up there commercial free an hour after airing(in High Def too, stream to your TV, Xbox, or burn to DVD and watch it later).


Tripper said...

It certainly is an easy way to stay on top of things. And if you want to make it even easier, just drop Releaselog's RSS into your Google Reader and let it monitor the site for new news.

Oh, and of course I don't bittorrent that would be wrong. Instead I wait 1-8 months for the movie/game to hit my local Blockbuster or Rogers video store and then rush right over to rent it. ;)

Mark said...

Get with the times....