We haven't had extended cable or a satellite TV service for a real long time. We do have Netflix, but sometimes that's just not enough. There is of course, Hulu. However, you have to pay extra for Hulu Plus. Amazon Prime I've checked out, but haven't forked over any bucks for it, so I can't speak first hand. I have heard good things. What else is there?

YouTube: Believe it or not you can find full length movies. It might take you a little time to find something to tickle your fancy, but there are quite a few great flicks available.

Crackle: It's free and has a pretty good variety of TV shows and movies. It is ad supported, but it offers a mixture of older shows and B-movies. You'll find some blockbuster hits every know and then, as well. They, for quite a while, were the only outlet for the whole 'Seinfeld' series.

Internet Movie Archive: It's a great resource for movies and all kinds of videos that are in the public domain. That means most of the movies are older, but there are some classics available.

Viewster: It's a collection of some obscure movies and TV shows that you can stream for free. It is ad-supported.

Vimeo If you like indy films, check this out. Many amateur and independent filmmakers post their work here.