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Wellington’s last DVD hire store launches streaming service

AroVision is a streaming platform or ‘on demand’ service that can be accessed anytime and from anywhere in New Zealand with a broadband or fibre internet connection.

How to use AroVision:

Using AroVision is as simple as A, B, C…

A) Choose a movie (Click “rent”).

B) Log in / Register with an e-mail address and password. (This is separate from your My-Aro account.)

C) Enter your credit or debit card information (you will only need to do this once).

Note that steps A) and B) and interchangeable.

Other Features:

Rented films are available to watch anytime, and as many times as you like, within a 48 hour period.

You can read more information about a title by clicking on a cover image (behind the rent button).

AroVision will also hold a record of the films that you have watched.

You can enter in searches for films, directors or actors or keywords by clicking on the search icon (magnifying glass) at the top right of the screen.

System requirements & apps

You can watch on PCs running Windows 7+, and Intel-based Macs running OSX 10.12+. You can also watch on Android tablets and phones using Chrome and on iPhones and iPads using Safari.

You can also optimally view AroVision through the ScreenPlus app on your smart-phone by downloading the app for Apple iPhone and devices and Google/Androiddevices.

We we like to think that any movie that appears on our site is “worth watching”, we know that discerning viewers have different tastes and we’ll do our best to cater for them.

AroVision’s starter selection of over 500 titles is represented over five Key Categories, with many sub-categories to follow as the range evolves and grows.

In New Visions, you’ll find New Releases, titles not available on DVD, Aro Favourites and specially curated collections like Girl’s Own Stories.

In Festival Film, you’ll World Class, our selection of recommended non-English language titles, as well as Documentaries, LGBTQ, American Indie and Film Society titles.

In Genre Film, you’ll find films that do what they say on the box – to make you either laugh, flinch, cringe, scream or escape.

In Classic Film, you’re taken down memory lane either to your decade of choice, to Hollywood’s Golden Age, to the exotic contintent, or a night in front of the Sunday horrors.

Or By Country is where you can explore films by Country (eg. NZ, Australia, UK) or by territory (eg. Asia, Scandinavia).

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