It’s great news, if you were crestfallen with Warner Media’s closure of Filmstruck, and the loss of access to classic movies, from wonderful directors like Alfred Hitchcock, Jean Renoir and Jean Cocteau, mourn no more. The Criterion Channel is now online, at criterionchannel.com, although they won’t be up and running until April 8. But until then, they will have a Movie of the Week available, to watch, and you will only be charged for the time period after April 8! And, if you sign up now, you can get a 30-day free trial, starting April 8, “along with reduced pricing and access to our prelaunch Movie of the Week series, running exclusively for Charter Subscribers between sign-up and launch of the service.” Though they haven’t released a list of the movie they will show, the Criterion Collection features classics like Grand Illusion, Seven Samurai, The Lady Vanishes, 400 Blows, and more. So if you love classic movies and want to watch and support them, try the Criterionchannel.com, and make use of their 30-day free trial right here!