Midnight Pulp, a streaming service focused on cult and genre movies and shows, has landed on several different platforms just in time for Halloween.
The streaming service, owned by Cineverse, is now available as an add-on to Prime Video, the Roku Channel, and Comcast’s Xfinity platforms. Midnight Pulp costs $5.99 a month after a seven-day trial or $59.99 a year.
This marks the first time the streaming channel is available on third-party platforms, and increasingly popular move as niche channels rely on the larger audiences that tune into a Roku Channel or Prime Video. Prime Video, in particular, hosts a number of competing streaming services on its “marketplace,” including Paramount+ and Max, and places them in one area, with Amazon stating its desire to be a one-stop shop for all streaming content.
Midnight Pulp is also available at the same price as a direct-to-consumer app on smart TVs, although you’ll have to switch to another streaming app. It also offers a free, ad-supported live channel online and through various other services. Other options on that live channel lineup are Retrocrush, Asiancrush, Crime Hunters and Tokushotsu.
In addition, Cineverse unveiled several programs for Midnight Pulp. On November 21, Midnight Pulp will debut Mad Cats, a Japanese action comedy featuring vicious, pistol-packing monster cats. Other upcoming content include the addition of Til Death Do Us Part (November 28) and The Rundown, starring Korean star Don Lee (Eternals) in December.