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Miramax has reached a deal with Lovefilm to get its back-catalog of award-winning films available on-demand in the UK and Germany. It's an unsurprising move given the company has similar deals in place with Netflix and Hulu to let you watch classics like Pulp Fiction, Clerks and Trainspotting whenever the urge takes you. While there was no official confirmation of a launch window, a cursory check of our own account reveals that some of the titles (including Kill Bill) are already popping up on the instant service.

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Amazon's LOVEFiLM Seals Deal With Miramax

LONDON, July 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- LOVEFiLM, an Amazon company, today announced a Subscription Video on Demand (SVOD) deal to give subscribers in the UK and Germany streaming access to titles from Miramax, the independent studio with a renowned library of critically-acclaimed films.

Beginning this summer, LOVEFiLM subscribers in both the UK and Germany will have instant, on-demand access to Miramax films including the Oscar-winning epic drama There Will Be Blood and Martin Scorsese's critically acclaimed Howard Hughes biopic The Aviator. Other titles include the dark crime drama Sin City and Quentin Tarantino's cult classics including Kill Bill, Kill Bill 2 and Jackie Brown.

Jim Buckle, Managing Director at Amazon's LOVEFiLM, said: "We are thrilled to bring Miramax films to our customers. This exciting deal will enable us to deliver even more high-quality content to our members and reinforce, once again, our leading position as the first choice subscription service when it comes to exceptional range and unbeatable value for money."

LOVEFiLM Instant is available on the PC, Mac or via Sony Playstation®3, Microsoft Xbox 360, Apple iPad® and a growing number of Internet-connected TV sets and Blu-ray players, giving members immediate access to a huge range of films and TV shows.

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