Longer nights mean more time snuggled in front of the telly at home. But you don't have to miss out when you're on the go – you can also watch films and TV shows on your smartphone or tablet.
Simply Rent or Buy from TalkTalk TV Store to turn boring journeys and waiting times into handheld cinema moments. (Step-by-step instructions at the bottom of this page).
Your autumn blockbuster bucket list
Jolly kids on long journeys
Despicable Me 3 (Watch it now)
How do you keep them laughing and avoid cries of "Are we there yet"? With a little help from your Minions. Join the little yellow sidekicks, plus Gru and his twin brother Dru, for an adventure that toes the line between good and evil. Download the film for the kids and they'll be entertained for hours on any car, train or plane journey.
If they love that, they're sure to enjoy Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul, starring a boy who makes the best of a long, boring journey. Just like your family.
An escape from your morning commute
Spider-Man: Homecoming (Watch it now)
Why take the bus when you can soar above the traffic? In Spider-Man (Tom Holland)'s latest quest, he's testing out a new suit made by Iron Man and saving his home from a vengeful villain. If you love action-packed cinema with a heart of gold, enjoy every moment on the go and try not to miss your stop.
Prefer a full throttle adrenaline rush to distract from how slow the train is moving? Then discover the fates of Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham in Fast & Furious 8.
Your post-Halloween monster fix
The Mummy (2017) (Watch it now)
Trick or treating may be over but you can still enjoy some horror on your favourite device. And this year's remake of The Mummy is perfect. Starring Tom Cruise and Russell Crowe, it brings classic legends to the modern world and ushers in a new age of monsters. Plus, at almost two hours long, you could even watch it over multiple journeys.
Or, if alien carnage is more up your street, watch Alien: Covenant and discover the origin of the terrifying xenomorph. It's Ridley Scott and Michael Fassbender at their best.
Fantastic franchises for travellers
Transformers: The Last Knight (Watch it now)
Now halfway through the second trilogy, Michael Bay's robotic alien saga takes a sinister turn. Once the ultimate hero, Optimus Prime becomes hell bent on sacrificing the Earth to save his home planet. Only Mark Wahlberg, Bumblebee and an ancient weapon created by Merlin can stop him. Watch it now, then return to the original trilogy.
You could also watch the new Pirates Of The Caribbean film to see how much trouble Johnny Depp's captain is causing. Then go back and watch all their past adventures.
How to watch films on the go
Explore TalkTalk TV Store online to choose from thousands of the latest films and biggest TV shows. Rent to get 48 hours of access, or Buy to own so you can watch again and again. You can watch them online or offline with our Android and iOS apps for your smartphone and tablet, or on your computer.
- Head to TalkTalk TV Store
- Browse the collections or search for something specific
- Choose to Rent or Buy in SD or HD
- Log in with your My Account details or create a new account to pay
- Watch on your computer, TV Box or one of our apps
Stream when connected to Wi-Fi: Log in to the TalkTalk TV Store website or app on any internet-connected device to stream films and TV shows at cafés, hotels and more.
Try not to stream films on the go without a Wi-Fi connection. Because films are large files, streaming over 3G uses lots of your mobile data allowance.
Download to watch anywhere: Watch films and TV shows on a bus, at the park or anywhere else without needing an internet connection. Simply open your TalkTalk TV Store app, go to your library and press the download button.
Remember to connect to Wi-Fi to download so you don't use your mobile data. Once you've watched the film it's a good idea to delete it to free up some space. A full memory can slow your smartphone down.
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