99¢ Movie of the Week on iTunes – Train to Busan

Train to Busan (Hangul: 부산행; RR: Busanhaeng) is $0.99 on iTunes US this week. It is a 2016 South Korean zombie apocalypse horror thriller film directed by Yeon Sang-ho and starring Gong Yoo, Jung Yu-mi, and Ma Dong-seok.

Train to Busan is a harrowing zombie horror-thriller that follows a group of terrified passengers fighting their way through a countrywide viral outbreak while trapped on a suspicion-filled, blood-drenched bullet train ride to Busan, a southern resort city that has managed to hold off the zombie hordes- or so everyone hopes.


How to Rent Movie Train to Busan in $0.99 on iTunes

You can rent movies through:

  • A Mac or PC with the latest version of iTunes.
  • An iPhone, iPad, iPod touch with the latest version of iOS.
  • An Apple TV with the latest version of tvOS.


You can rent the film Train to Busan here. When you click Rent, you can download the movie to your device by clicking or tapping download icon. Download time depends on the speed of your internet connection. Some titles have the option to stream. For these titles, when you tap or click , you can play the movie immediately, without downloading it.

To watch the rented movies, you can tap or click play icon to start streaming your movie. For downloads, you can start watching your movie as soon as enough of it has downloaded for the movie to complete without interruption.

You can also use AirPlay to stream rented content from your Mac or PC or your iOS device to an Apple TV, but you must wait for the content to download completely.

To watch an HD movie, you need to play it on a supported device: your Mac or PC, iPhone 4 or later, iPad, iPod touch (4th generation or later), or TV using Apple TV.

How long you have to watch iTunes Rentals

You have 30 days to start watching the movie after you rent it. Once you started watching the rentals, you have 24 hours (in the US) or 48 hours (elsewhere) to finish it. You can watch the movie as often as you like until it expires.
If you don’t start watching a movie within 30 days, you must rent it again.
Movies you rent disappear from your iTunes library when the rental period ends.

How to remove DRM and Play iTunes rented movies forever

As we all known, it is convenient and cheap to rent a movie from iTunes. But there are also a lot of restrictions of iTunes rented movies: iTunes movies you rented are protected by DRM, which prevent you playing on any devices. If you rented the movie on your Mac or PC and want to watch it on iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, it disappears from your computer’s iTunes library. And you can not share the rented movies with others freely.

So how to remove DRM from iTunes rentals and play rented movies forever?

M4V Converter Plus is a powerful DRM removal software and iTunes Rental Converter. With it, you can remove DRM from iTunes rented movies legally, and convert to unprotected MP4, MOV, AVI, WMV, FLV, etc. It is such a useful tool which can help you to keep iTunes rentals forever.

Step-by-step to convert iTunes rented Movie Train to Busan

Free download M4V Converter Plus (Mac & Windows) on your PC. It works well on Mac and Windows platforms with the latest iTunes installed. Then Click Add Movies button to import iTunes rented movies to the program.

M4V Converter Plus for Mac
M4V Converter Plus for Win

From profile list to select a proper output format.

Set MP4 as output format


Finally, start the conversion. When the conversion is finished, you can find the converted movie on the Converted Movies folder. Now you can play the rented iTunes movies freely.

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