Your at-home cinematic experience awaits

When you think about fun places to go, a library is rarely one of those places that makes the list...unless it's a movie library.

Astro introduces their latest service, Astro Best, featuring the hottest Hollywood and Asian movies as early as three months after the movies' cinema release and, where available, in stunning High Definition in the comfort of their homes.

In addition to the launch of Astro Best, Astro B.yond VOD via an Astro B.yond PVR internet connected box introduces their brand new supsersized library of Hollywood, Bollywood and Asia's biggest movies, drama series, documentaries and catch-up titles, on top of the regular Astro First and Astro Best offers.

Astro customers can purchase movies via SMS on channel 481 for just RM10. That's movie date night all sorted by the time you leave the office. If there's a sudden change of plans after you've made the purchase, that won't even be an issue. With up to 12 different showtimes available per movie, you have the added flexibility of being able to watch your film any time within 48-hours after purchase.

Customers with the Astro B.Yond PVR internet connected box get additional access to a bigger library of films. Now available in the comfort of your home.


  • The Hunger Games
  • Marvel's The Avengers
  • 50/50
  • Man on a Ledge
  • Abduction
  • Here
  • Teddy Bear
  • Cabin in the Woods
  • What to Expect When You're Expecting

Bollywood & Asia

  • Nightmare
  • Ghost on Air
  • Ashoka
  • Chalte Chalte
  • Penny Pinchers

Catch-up titles

  • Oh My English
  • City Hunter (Korean)
  • Palace II (Chinese)
  • The Other Truth (Chinese)
  • Disney favourites - Phineas and Ferb & Upin and Ipin...
And so much more!

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