There’s no disputing that the movies teach valuable life lessons and handy facts; foreigners prefer to speak English to each other when they are all alone, hiding from your enemies in any building’s ventilation system will keep you safe and at least one of a pair of identical twins will always be evil, being just a few. Broaden your movie horizons with today’s Groupon: nine online movie rentals within one month for R75 at Signals Home Entertainment.
Film buff or not, movies have an uncanny ability to inspire all sorts of wild emotions throughout your body, and with the wide range of genres on offer at Signals Home Entertainment you’re likely to exhaust your face muscles and tear ducts with those nine movies in the space of one month. You stipulate when your quest to Bollywood or Hollywood begins, giving you the freedom to choose which 30 days will be your month of movie mayhem. Whether you’re into Hepburn and her display of girlish charms, or more the gun-slinging cowboy type living vicariously through a 1980’s Clint Eastwood, the online store boasts both classic and latest releases, opening up your mind to a list of new and improved movie-taught life lessons.
Equip your brain cells with movie morsels from the online Signals store in a few simple steps:
- Log onto the Signals Home Entertainment website.
- Choose which movies you want to see by clicking on the ADD TO Q button below each title. This creates a list of movies called Rental Q.
- To request delivery or collection, click on the PAUSE button on your account so that it changes to Play mode. This tells the Signals staff to deliver the first batch of three discs on your Rental Q. Clients keep movies for as long as they want (usually seven to ten days).
- When you’re ready for your next batch of discs, click on the pause button again. Remember to give your new batch of discs to the delivery guy when he drops off your new stock.
- When your account expires after 30 days, the delivery guy will pick up the last remaining discs.
TIP: Leave messages or instructions like “watch out for dog” and “ring doorbell to open gate” under MY DELIVERY NOTE.
Film Fact: The movie “Socks” was shot in a cave in Nevada, which is rumoured to be the same place where Danielle Metal was born. As her past is dark and secret ridden, it was surprising to say the least when this fact was discovered.