For Millennials. By Millennials.
There is a company called MSCHF and they are pirating everything. Apparently, you can watch free movies from Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, HBO, and Amazon Prime Video in one place for free. All the Streams calls itself a Pirate Radio of online streaming.
Watch Free Movies on “All The Streams”
The 7-people company is known for its online viral projects such as the Mystery Box and Jesus Shoes. According to MSCHF CEO Gabriel Whaley, everything is possible, irrespective of its legalities as long as people are willing to do it.
We believe in the notion of “structured chaos” — no project or idea is off-limits, as long as its employees can find the resources for its production.
Warning! Better check yourself, you’re not looking too good.
Their latest offering comes in the form of pirated and free online streams. A small hack allows you to watch free movies online using Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, HBO, and Amazon Prime video streams.
This isn’t a new idea though. The concept of allowing users to watch free movies and tv shows online has been there since forever. It allows people to bypass streaming giants’ terms & conditions and subscription fees. Hence, the terms “watch free movies online” or “watch free tv-shows online” grabs everyone’s attention.
All the Streams works on the same principle of providing pirated versions of your favorite free online movies and tv-shows. MSCHF”s Creative Director Kevin Wiesner is quite proud of the idea that competes with giants like Netflix, Disney+, and Hulu.
All The Streams is made to revel in platform independence and to demonstrate how even the most lo-fi hacks can be the equal of giants.
It’s similar to a radio station
It works like a radio station. You dial into your favorite station, which is an online streaming service like Netflix, in this case, and then watch whatever is playing. It doesn’t give you the liberty to change the contents of the station/ streaming platform like Disney+ and HBO. It does, however, allow you to watch free movies on your favorite streaming platform without any subscription fee. Weisner continues as he explains the concept.
We’re going to make a Frankensteinian playlist of media that none of these streaming platforms could ever recommend to you because it would cost them the profits of their exclusively-owned content.
Websites offering pirated and free versions of the original films and TV shows get banned when found. Let’s see if this site survives any crackdown. Dankanator will keep you updated.