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Sit back, relax and watch an infinite stream of movie trailers
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Sometimes, the best part of a movie is watching the continual stream of trailers before the feature.

I propose a site that plays an endless stream of movie trailers. The whole point of InfiniteTrailers is to lay back and watch trailers as if you were at the movie theater or watching tv.

If you like a trailer you can click a thumbs up and it's added to your "must watch" list which can be routed to your netflix que.

goodmars, Jul 26 2010

Nothing but Trailers http://www.hd.net/originals.html
Not infinite, but an hour-long show on HDNet. [Cedar Park, Jul 27 2010]

Nowmov http://www.nowmov.com
I was thinking more like this. It's fairly seamless, no clutter or distraction. Just the video [goodmars, Jul 27 2010]


       This site might offer the option of dada trailers. On the theory that the most compelling images are used for the trailers, the software cuts individual shots apart from various trailers and puts them back together randomly.
bungston, Jul 26 2010

       Beware, [bungs], lest thou infringe the copyright of Quentin Tarantino ...
8th of 7, Jul 26 2010

       I would pay to watch that. As it is, the best I can do is to channel surf very rapidly, with the sound off. Even so, it's too comprehensible for my taste.
mouseposture, Jul 26 2010

       [+] I heartily agree with the sentiment of this idea. Often, the trailers I watch are more memorable than the feature film.
DrWorm, Jul 27 2010

       The algorithm to determine what trailers to play could be similar to PageRank. Find youtube official trailers and count the links pointing in to them. Thereby creating a hierarchy.
goodmars, Jul 27 2010


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