It is not a joke. We once again have new domain. Solarmovie.is it is this time.
Were we "hacked"? No. Why then you may ask? Lets just say we have our reasons.
And don't worry. Solarmovie.so is still our domain. But Solarmovie.is is better and you should go there (here? :) if you don't get automatically redirected.
Sorry for inconvenience.
Ok, as we all know Solarmovie is now officially blocked in the UK, By ISP's BT, EE, O2, Sky, TalkTalk and Virgin Media so to combat this you will now have to use a proxy or a VPN to access the site, the best solution will be a VPN as it will still let you login to your account, for anyone that is confused about VPN's and how to set them up, I have made a quick video on how to do this, it's only a couple of minutes short and should be of help to everyone looking to get around the blocks and be able still view your favorite sites.
OR, if this method is too complicated, you can download an already pre-configerd VPN. Just check the Links below, which offer a wide range of VPN's to choose from.
[WATCH VIDEO HERE...]
Google Chrome / Opera / Firefox [Zen Mate VPN Add-On] [Recommended]
[ZEN MATE VPN ADD-ON]
[HOTSPOT SHIELD VPN] [Limited Bandwidth]
[ALTERNATIVE VPN] [No Bandwidth Limits] [Recommended]
Use NO-SCRIPT Add-on To Stop Popups / Ad's From VPN [FIREFOX ADD-ON]
[SOLAR MOVIE PROXY]
Hello fellow Solarians,
Few weeks ago we warned our users about a mandatory login change and today it happened. All login names were changed and if you are unable to login - you can check your new name [here].
We also got a new feature for you. We added a reply feature, so from now on if you click on reply, the message that you're replying to and the nickname of the recipient will be quoted in your message.
And of course we nailed some nasty bugs.
5/5 Indie/Irish feel to it. Beautiful scenery... for that alone! Seemed like a memoir, put to film. Great acting by Hinds and Rampling. The cinematography,along with a seashore soundtrack,or classical music, makes you feel like you are there, in the sun, on the beach, playing in the crashing waves. A favorite, for me. :)
@shinobi567 @reneerose29. If you both would have looked down 3 comments, you would have seen that Flicker explained why they are duplicates. Episode 7&8 were double headers, and episodes 9 & 10 were also. There was no mistake.
Hello, movie lovers! After the great job done by Darthintrepid, Meeksbam and Trauma65 comes my time to lead the game. Ive always been very passionate about all sorts of movies and Ive seen thousands of them, so it will be an honor for me to be the new host (at least for now).
Everyone is more than welcome to participate. Playing games is fun, especially when they include movies and great community of people.
Im very excited, so without further ado, lets start. Everyone gets a little nuts from time to time, but some people really take it to the next level...
so lets take a look at one of the most popular genres from the 90s- Psycho/Stalker/Blank from Hell Thrillers.
We will announce the movie of the week on Sunday, so hurry up and cast your vote. Choose only one of these movies. I will vote only in case of a tie.
Don't forget to throw your review, thoughts or opinion after the film of the week is announced.
Cape Fear (1991)
Fatal Attraction (1987)
The Hand That Rocks the Cradle (1992)
The Good Son (1993)
Single White Female (1992)
@igasp4air Me too. I expected trite and boring but I like this show! What a nice surprise, smart, charming, fun with dashes of action and romance. If "Elementary" survived (a less fun and charming series), this one definitely deserves the same
5/5 This 2-part finale felt like a great scifi-creature feature and apart from one major exception, it felt like a comedy. A top-notch, unique and memorable, laugh out loud until your belly shakes - comedy! I've loved this series since the beginning, but this finale amped it up so many notches. I don't say this, but those who aren't fans of this show, surely have never seen it!