Customized lists are here! At Vudu, we love our movie and TV collection as much as you love yours, so we’re excited to launch Lists and give you the ability to customize how you organize and display your collection.
What can I do with Lists?
Lists gives you the power to create custom Lists and group your movies and TV shows by franchise, decade, mood, or anything else – so you can keep what you want together and start watching faster. Create a List for Marvel, or DC, or combine them into a superhero super-list. Create a List to keep all your 80’s nostalgia, your family favorites, or to keep your zombie horror from infecting your vampire dramas – the options are endless and entirely up to you.
You are no longer limited to viewing your movies by their release date or alphabetical order. Lists allows you to customize your movies and TV just the way you want and make your collection personal again.
How do I create a list?
Creating a List is easy. Look for ‘Lists’ under the ‘My Vudu’ menu. Click on ‘Create New List’ and you can start adding to your List. Just click on individual titles you want to add to your List, or bulk upload several titles at once. You can also put the same titles in different Lists. If you’re not sure whether to add Fight Club to your ‘Favorite Books Turned Movies ‘ List or ‘Worst Oscar Snubs Ever’ List, simply add it to both Lists because you can. Once you’ve created your perfect List, you can also customize the order your titles appear in in each List. That way you can spend less time searching and more time watching.
You can create a List for any occasion, collection, or mood. We even created a Star Wars List to help you get inspired. Add to it, check out all you can do with it, and then start creating Lists that are uniquely you.
Share your Lists with us using the hashtag #MyVuduLists on Twitter and Instagram, and we will feature the most creative standouts that inspired us!
Here are some unique List creations from our own Vudu employees to help get you started:
Good Cop / Bad Cop – Movies featuring actors who play a wholesome hero in one film and an evil villain in the next.
- Robin Williams in Patch Adams (good cop) and One Hour Photo (bad cop)
- Charlize Theron in Mighty Joe Young (good) and Monster (bad)
- Jim Carrey in Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (good) and Sonic the Hedgehog (bad)
- Meryl Streep in Doubt (good) and The Devil Wears Prada (bad)
Dystopian Commentary – thought-provoking movies & shows featuring scenarios of what could go wrong in a dystopian world.
- The Lobster
- The Handmaid’s Tale
- A.I. Artificial Intelligence
- The Giver
- Demolition Man
Lists are the perfect way to organize your movie collections exactly the way you want to. So why not have fun with it? We can’t wait to see what Lists you create!