The way we consume film and television has completely revolutionized. Before, we had to stick to the traditional television programming, or stand in lines to buy movie tickets. While these possibilities have not changed, streaming services are growing.
We have platforms like Netflix and Claro video that have titles of multiple cinematographic genres and world premieres and services like Filmin Latino that only integrates contents of Latin America or HBO and Blim that are characterized by having their own identity, but without something really new.
Faced with such a situation, a new streaming service emerges that for sinister lovers: Purga. It is a Latin American streaming platform that offers content focused specifically on horror movies. Of course, it will include classics of the genre, as well as new releases and titles that have not been released.
The service has been active since August 16 and developers have promised that applications for the Android and iOS operating systems will be available soon, as it is currently only available in its web version.
The horror genre encompasses various branches such as: Psychological Thrillers, Paranormal and Monsters. Therefore, the platform will provide the user with a great variety of content. Experts in the field of horror films will be in charge of making the selection of titles with a special focus on the content produced in Latin America. Purge will be available throughout the region, except Brazil.
According to the developers, Mexico consumes more horror movies than any other country in the world, followed by South Korea, so this opportunity will be appreciated for all fans of this kind of genre.
If you want to try the service without having to pay, you could enter and register your account to experience a month completely free. If you liked it, and decide to stay, membership is $129.00 MXN monthly. The platform will gradually add more content so that your catalog is always nourished.
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