Q: I’ve registered my e-mail but I can’t seem to log in. Do I need to activate my account?
A: Yes, after registering you will be sent an email with an activation link. Check in you Spam folder, it’s probably there (to make it easier, mark our e-mail address as legit, and remember: we’re Spamflix, not Spam!).
Q: I forgot my password, what can I do?
A: On Spamflix’s Login Page click the “Forgot Password?” button, and we’ll send you an e-mail to reset it (always remember: we’re Spamflix, not Spam!).
Q: I forgot what my login is, what can I do?
A: Your login is your e-mail address. If you have many emails and don’t remember which one, neither do we, sorry! So please Register all over again. If the email address has already been used, we’ll let you know as soon as you write it in the register page. Then follow the password recovery instructions (see above).
Q: Can children register to Spamflix?
A: No, in order to use Spamflix’s streaming service you need to be at least 18 years of age.
Q: Can cats register to Spamflix?
A: Yes. Divide 18 by 7 to find out at what age, or use this
Q: How long can I watch a film after purchasing the streaming access?
A: For 72 hours, or 3 whole days, or 4.320 minutes.
Q: I’m not finding a film in the search button, and I’m sure I saw it before.
A: You may access a quick search from any page, by clicking on the loupe symbol on the top right part of your screen, but please note it’s only available for the international (or English) title. If you’re looking for the Director’s Name, please use the advanced search in the Now Playing page.
Q: What’s the best device to watch Spamflix on?
A: We’d love to say that at this moment Spamflix works perfectly in all the devices, but we’re not quite there yet. Laptop Browser is the best option at the moment to stream a film. Although Spamflix might work on your mobile and SmartTv browsers, we have no dedicated App for those devices, yet. We’re working on it!
PS: Films are best on big screens with a good audio system and no distractions. (leave your parrot out of the room for a while). With an HDMI cable you may screen it on any TV or Video Projector!
Q: Can I watch a film from any country?
A: Not all the Spamflix titles are available in all countries, but all countries have amazing Nonsense titles available to make you laugh, scream and go crazy!
Q: What do you mean by Nonsense?
A: Foolish or unacceptable behaviour, but for a complete definition check-out this
Q: If I purchase a film in a country, but travel the day after, will I be able to watch that film in the country of arrival, even if that specific title is not available there?
A: Yes, you may find that film, in your personal area, under “Watched Films”.
Purchasing a Title:
Q: How can I pay for Spamflix’s streaming service?
A: You may check-out with your PayPal account or Credit Card (through PayPal) as soon as you chose a film to watch, in the film’s page “Watch Now!” button.
Q: I got a “PayPal error. Try Again” message while trying to check-out with my credit card. What is that?
A: This happens when PayPal suspects a unconventional use of the PayPal Express Check-out tool (mostly if you’re using a VPN proxy app), so your card will temporary not be processed nor charged on our site. Try again after a few minutes, if the problem still persists, please contact PayPal’s customer support or your credit card provider.
Q: Where can I get a coupon to watch films on Spamflix?
Q: How long is a free film coupon valid?
A: For 3 months from the day you’ve received it from Spamflix.
Q: Will I receive an invoice for each purchase?
A: Yes, you will receive an email with your invoice. If you don’t find it, please check your spam folder, it is probably there (always remembering: we’re Spamflix, not Spam!). You may also go to your personal profile area and download your invoices from the My Orders page
Q: How long after a purchase will I receive the invoice?
A: It should be immediately issued and sent to you, but it may sometimes take up to 72 hours. In the My Orders page in your personal profile, you will also notice when your invoice will be downloadable.
Q: Can I play Spamflix’s Games without being registered?
A: No, you have to be registered to access all the fun! Log into a registered Spamflix account in order to take part to the games.
Q: Can I read the FAQ, if I’m not registered?
A: Yes, you can. Actually, you are… oh, nevermind.
Q: Are there specific rules for each game?
A: Yes, each game has specific rules. You may find these rules, hints and suggestions in the pages dedicated to each game. If they had all the same rules, they’d be all the same game...
Submitting a film:
Q: Can I submit a film without a registered Spamflix account?
A: No, you must create an account to submit a film to Spamflix.
Q: How can I submit my film to Spamflix?
A: Using the Submit your Film tab.
Q: When can I expect to receive a feedback for my film submission?
A: Spamflix will review your submission as soon as possible and within 90 days from your submission.
Newsletters & Communications:
Q: I have subscribed to Spamflix’s Newsletter, does that mean I’ll be receiving loads of Spams from you?
A: We’ve been there already, repeat after us: we’re Spamflix, not Spam!
Q: What other emails will I be receiving from Spamflix?
A: You will receive emails from Spamflix in the following cases: upon registration to activate your account; if you forget your password in order to reset it; when purchasing a film, you will receive an invoice; when submitting a film, by the time we have analysed your submission.
Q: Will Spamflix tell me what is the meaning of life?
A: We won’t send you an email about that, but we can tell you here with a quote: “Try to be nice to people, avoid eating fat, read a good book every now and then, get some walking in, and try and live together in peace and harmony with people of all creeds and nations” (Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life, 1983).
Q: Can I unsubscribe from the Newsletter, without deleting my Spamflix account?
A: Yes, by writing HERE, but why would you do that?????????
Q: Why did you have to fill the FAQ section with silly stuff?
A: What silly stuff?
Last Update: September 28th, 2018