After six years of having a DRM-free catalog of PC games, has announced it will be adding a selection of DRM-free movies pertaining to the gaming and Internet subcultures. has unveiled it will be expanding its DRM-free content by moving on digitally distributing films on its website and online client. These movies will be available for $5.99 each and you can download them or stream them anytime you would like after. GOG has also redesigned its website to be more friendly towards mobile and tablet devices. It is now offering the ability to change currency types for other countries trying to enjoy its DRM-free games and films.

"Our initial idea was to start with the big guys [in reference to Hollywood films], but the process is not easy." said Guillaume Rambourg, VP for North America. "In our first round of talks, the response was largely, ‘We love your ideas, but we do not want to be the first ones. We will gladly follow, but until somebody else does it first, we do not want to take the risk’.”

GOG intends on convincing the studios of Hollywood to let it provide a multitude of TV and movie classics DRM-free. The first movies offered on GOG include world premiers of 'Gamer Age,' 'The King of Arcades' and 'Pixel Poetry.' You can also learn the histories of Fez and Super Meat Boy in 'Indie Game: The Movie.' Here's to hoping we get those big budget movies on GOG as well.