Mark Malkoff may be the biggest movie buff who ever lived. By Friday, comedian Mark Malkoff will have watched 234.94 hours of films -- that's 149 movies -- for his self-made challenge to get his subscription's worth of streaming movies.
"At 149 films that means I'll have paid 5.36 cent per film (based on $7.99 per month for streaming). I'm guessing I've already gotten more for my money than any customer in Netflix history," he wrote in an email message.
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On Friday, Malkoff will watch 15.8 hours of Netflix movies all recommended by Mashable readers and he'll be chatting live starting at 1 p.m. ET. Check out his list of movies here, starting with his 150th film:
Friday will be Malkoff's longest movie day since he started this project on April 16. The idea behind the all-day-Netflix binge is to make the most of his movie subscription. Malkoff's also trying to get celebrity guest over his place to provide some commentary during the films. So far, he's had Actor Jason London join him to watch "Dazed and Confused." In May, Malkoff will post a video of his Netflix project on MyDamnChannel.com.
From 1-1:30 p.m. ET, you can chat with Mark about his Netflix experiment:
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