If you want a streaming service that gives you a range of martial arts and Asian action movies in one place, Hi-YAH! is what you should look at. The service announced its official launch on mobile devices and connected TVs today.
According to the press release, Hi-YAH! (hiyahtv.com), has been described as “the premier platform for streaming martial arts and Asian action movies in the U.S.” As part of the launch, new users will be eligible for a 30-day free trial, after which a monthly subscription fee of only $3.99 will apply.
You can find Hi-YAH! through app stores for devices including iOS, Android, Roku, and Amazon Fire TV. Take note; exclusive and non-exclusive content will be refreshed monthly.
Currently, this service offers commercial-free viewing of films featuring all-time favorite kung fu masters including Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, Donnie Yen, and Tony Jaa, along with hits from acclaimed directors Johnnie To, Yuen Woo-Ping, Wilson Yip, Tsui Hark and more.
“With the launch of the app, Hi-YAH! now allows action and martial arts fans unparalleled access to stream our content on any device,” said Jason Pfardrescher, EVP, Digital Distribution at Well Go USA Entertainment. “The app offers an exceptional entertainment experience and makes our extensive library of movies, TV series, and exclusive content much more accessible to consumers.”
Some of the titles include Rise of the Legend, Flash Point, The Assassin, Train to Busan (you all need to watch it. A sequel will be released soon), and The Man From Nowhere. The successful Ip Man film franchise will be added, too.
Here’s the trailer for what to expect from Hi-YAH! this month!
Did you catch a glimpse of a film you really want to watch?
I know that adding another paid subscription service to your budget might not be ideal right now. But trying out the 30-day free trial wouldn’t hurt, right?
Let us know your thoughts about Hi-YAH! once you have use it.
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