Sony is cutting prices left and right. After announcing the PS3 price cut and a cheaper Wi-Fi-less PSP for Europe, we learn about cheaper movies on the PlayStation Network.

As of now, PSN users in both US and Canada can download and watch a wide range of films in standard definition for only $.99. If you want the high-definition versions, the cost is $1.99. Movies that are part of this new initiative will rotate from week to week, with new titles showing up during normally scheduled Tuesday updates. Here's what's available for the attractive new download prices for the week of August 16 – 22:

During the summer drought (which is almost over, by the way), you might have to check out a few movies to tide you over. And besides, it's always nice to have cheap film options on the PSN; we're more likely to click and download, right?

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WorldEndsWithMe
WorldEndsWithMe
9 years ago

Wow… what… wonderful shows?

Stabs88
Stabs88
9 years ago

Hahahah right?!

Carlight
Carlight
9 years ago

All my favorites!

Roach721
Roach721
9 years ago

Ha,nice…

Roach721
Roach721
9 years ago

Wouldn't waste my time ,even if they were free.Especially since I have unbeaten PS3 games.

BeezleDrop
BeezleDrop
9 years ago

It would be different if I still didn't download pretty much everything like a b-stard. But how about rental discounts, I'll give Sony props Netflix streaming options continue to fail to impress me.