Lionsgate has partnered with Valve to bring a variety of its films to Steam, the company announced in a press release. More than a hundred titles are already available to rent, and more will continue to arrive in the coming months.
Movies like the full Hunger Games, Twilight and Saw series first appeared on Steam this past Friday. Other Lionsgate releases now available to stream include a number of Quentin Tarantino's films — like Pulp Fiction and both Kill Bill movies — along with classics like The Hurt Locker, The Cabin in the Woods, American Psycho, This is Spinal Tap and Leprechaun: Back 2 Tha Hood.
The Lionsgate partnership is perhaps Steam's most notable when it comes to adding more movies to the service. Earlier this year, Viz Media made a number of anime movies available to stream, like those from the Naruto and Bleach series.
Steam is best known as a digital distribution platform for games, but it's had movies available since mid-2014. While several of the more notable titles in Steam's library are exclusively limited-time rentals, customers can purchase certain other titles. Prices for both rentals and downloads range from free to $14.99.