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ive been a member for over a year now, and found them to be pretty good, there ideal if you want to get hold of blu ray discs with out getting ripped off, and they also stock game console discs, so you can try games before buying. not having a deadline to return them means you dont get to worry if your forgetful, or dont get to view a film straight away.
you can usualy find membership vouchers on e-bay, these will allow you to try love film without having to pay, for a month or two, so you have nothing to loose :smashin:

Magic Mike83

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Cheers, I joined up and got the 3 months free. :smashin:

It said im on the 12.99 deal when the 3 months end. Can I just cancel that if I don't want to carry on with it?


Distinguished Member
It said im on the 12.99 deal when the 3 months end. Can I just cancel that if I don't want to carry on with it?

Yep, you can. Just clear you lists online to have no DVDs waiting to be sent out, and make sure all have been sent back to them.

If you cancel online around 10pm or later it will do it instantly for you there and then. If you try to cancel during the day it will tell you that you need to ring customer services.

I completed a 3 month trial and had no problems in cancelling online around 11.00pm one Saturday night. :)


Standard Member
Hi all I was going to post this information today but thought I would do a quick search first so I'm giving this a little bump. I found this code over on another forum where the guy is good at keeping hold of cash (you know the one I mean) and I can confirm that it still works. I've had love film before but I signed up with a different Email address and the free trial for 93 days has been activated. Apparently the guy over there says that you can cancel after 93 then sign up again with a different email address and then instead of putting your address in using the postcode finder put it in under "address not found" without the space in your postcode. I'm not saying I condone that but the initial trial period has to be worth it anyway.


Active Member
I use easy cinema which uses love-film, but instead of a monthly charge it's a pay as you go, and cheaper than the version love-film do.

The service has generally always been good. The biggest drawback with the blu's seems to be they never stock any films distributed by EIV.

Which means recently i've been unable to get, Underworld rise of the licans, Zack and Miri make a porno, dark city, haunting in C.. to name a few. i would not mind so much if they just omitted them from their lists, but they don't they stick them in there with release TBC..
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