Sears and Kmart Launch Movie Download Site

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Move over Netflix and iTunes, it’s time for the Big Box Stores to get in on this Video On Demand action. Sears and Kmart have teamed to launch their own movie download service, with their famously low prices and… wait, I mean surprisingly familiar pricing and format. I guess this might not be quite the gamechanger it could’ve been, in that case.

The new service, called Alphaline Entertainment, offers movie rentals for $3.99 and purchases for $19.99. The site, powered by Sonic’s RoxioNow, is already live at

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