Attention Japanese Anime Lovers: Netflix Japan is Here and UnoTelly Has it!

Here is something for the Japanese film, television and anime lovers! Over 1,000 titles have just been released on the brand new Netflix Japan and UnoTelly is the first to have it covered for the rest of the world.



We’ve got everything you need to know about Netflix Japan from the exclusive titles available, how to access these titles outside Japan and how to access other Netflix regions with a Netflix Japan account.
Filmefy Japanese Films

Filmefy Japanese Anime

Check out some of the titles exclusive to Netflix Japan

Terrace House, 2012Terrace House

Seven Deadly Sins, 2014Seven Deadly Sins

Psycho Pass 2, 2014Psycho Pass 2

Peeping LifePeeping Life

Paprika, 2006Paprika

Underwear, 2015Underwear


We’ve got the answers to all your burning Netflix Japan questions.


Q: How do I access Netflix Japan from another country?

With UnoTelly you can unlock Netflix Japan and every other Netflix region with a single subscription! Our Dynamo option allows you to switch between different regions of one service no matter where you are. You can even watch different regions of Netflix on different devices at the same time! To learn how, please visit How to Watch Multiple Regions of Netflix in the Same Household

You can learn how to set up Dynamo by visiting How to use UnoDNS Dynamo.

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Q: I already have a Netflix account, do I need another Netflix account from Japan to access Netflix Japan?

No. You can use your existing Netflix account to access Netflix Japan. You do not need to register a new Netflix account.


Q: Will UnoTelly affect my ability to watch local content?

Absolutely not. UnoDNS does not affect any other Internet-based service you have. The reason is that UnoDNS targets specifically the streaming sites mentioned on our website and bypass all non-relevant traffic. Our technology gives you blazing-fast streaming speed and will not affect any of your Internet activities.

Q: How many movies/TV shows will be available on Netflix Japan?

While Japanese will only have access to about 1,000 titles, you can access the entire Netflix catalogue that totals over 14,100 titles with UnoTelly’s UnoDNS! Check out the Netflix title count around the world.

Netflix Infographic Sep 1 2015 (Japan)

Q: How do I get Netflix if it hasn’t come to my country yet?

To learn how to sign up for Netflix without a US address or credit card, please visit How to sign up for a US Netflix Account


Q: How do I get UnoTelly?

This one’s easy. Click the button below and try us out for free!

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Listen to Baidu Music from Anywhere in the World

You can now stream Baidu Music from anywhere in the world.

Baidu Music

What is Baidu Music?

With China’s search giant Baidu Music has a free music streaming service with several million songs within its database, and synchronizes with 17 music lists including Billboard Hits and the UK chart.

Baidu Music music tracks are free to stream. Visit Baidu Music to view their content.


You can stream XiaMi from your:

How to Stream

Please visit Baidu Music to start streaming.

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Watch Bandai Channel from Anywhere in the World

You can now stream Bandai Channel from anywhere in the world.

Bandai Channel

What is Bandai Channel?

With Bandai Channel you can instantly watch Japanese anime online. Stream the latest anime films or catch up with your favourite series such as Akira, Cowboy Bebop, Fullmetal Alchemist, Ghost in the Shell, Gundam, .Hack, Neo Tokyo.

Some of Bandai Channel’s online videos are free to watch with some other titles are pay per view. Visit Bandai Channel to view their content.


You can stream OMNI Television from your:

How to Stream

Please visit Bandai Channel to start streaming.

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Watch TMN Go from Anywhere in the World

You can now stream TMN Go from anywhere in the world.


What is TMN Go?

With TMN Go you can instantly watch the best of The Movie Network, HBO Canada and TMN Encore. Stream the latest movies or catch up on your favourite series such as Game of Thrones, Masters of Sex or Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.

TMN Go requires a subscription to The Movie Network from a participating cable provider in Canada. Visit The Movie Network to see a list of cable providers.


You can stream TMN Go from your:

How to Stream

To start streaming TMN Go, login to your UnoTelly account and change the Dynamo Channel Option 1 to Canada.

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New and Noteworthy on Netflix – August 2015

It’s the beginning of August and the new Netflix titles are rolling in. Here’s the latest movies & TV shows that you should be checking out that were recently added to the worldwide catalogue.

or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

Netflix Canada

Year: 2014

A forgotten actor known for his superhero character struggles to make a comeback on the Broadway stage while his personal life and psyche implode.

Starring: Michael Keaton, Emma Stone, Zach Galifianakis, Edward Norton
Directed by: Alejandro González Iñárritu

Click for more on Filmefy

The Skeleton Twins

Netflix US

Year: 2014

When same-day near-death experiences prompt estranged twins to reunite, they’re forced to reassess their lives while trying to mend their broken bond.

Starring: Kristen Wiig, Bill Hader, Luke Wilson
Directed by: Craig Johnson

Click for more on Filmefy



Netflix UK, Season 1

Year: 2014

New detective James Gordon and his experienced partner, Harvey Bullock, investigate the murder of the billionaire parents of 12-year-old Bruce Wayne.

Starring: Ben McKenzie, Donal Logue, Jada Pinkett Smith

Click for more on Filmefy


John Carter

Netflix Brazil

Year: 2012

One minute, Civil War veteran John Carter is evading Apaches; the next, he’s waking up on Mars, a once-fruitful planet that’s devolved into chaos.

Starring: Taylor Kitsch, Lynn Collins
Directed by: Andrew Stanton

Click for more at Filmefy


Camp X-Ray

Netflix Canada

Year: 2014

Fresh Army recruit Amy Cole is assigned to Guantanamo Bay’s Camp X-Ray, where she forms a surprising bond with one of the prisoners in her charge.

Starring: Kristen Stewart, Peyman Moaadi
Directed by: Peter Sattler

Click for more at Filmefy


Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp

Netflix US

Year: 2015

It’s the first morning at Camp Firewood, and the horny counselors are already making their moves, while something sinister is going on in the woods.

Starring: Elizabeth Banks, Paul Rudd, Amy Poehler, Bradley Cooper

Click for more at Filmefy


Hurricane of Fun: The Making of Wet Hot

Netflix US

Year: 2015

Exclusive behind-the-scenes footage offers a glimpse into the comic minds behind a “Wet Hot” summer-camp cult hit featuring many future stars.

Starring: Elizabeth Banks, Paul Rudd, Amy Poehler, Bradley Cooper
Directed by: Amy Rice

Click for more at Filmefy

Hurricane of Fun











Netflix US

Year: 2015

Comedian Tig Notaro announced her cancer diagnosis at what became a legendary stand-up set in 2012. Follow her search for humor amid devastating news.

Starring: Tig Notaro
Directed by: Kristina Goolsby, Ashley York

Click for more at Filmefy


Dior and I

Netflix UK

Year: 2014

In this behind-the-scenes peek at the demanding world of fashion, Christian Dior artistic director Raf Simons designs his first couture collection.

Starring: Raf Simons
Directed by: Frédéric Tcheng

Click for more at Filmefy


The Pixar Story

Netflix France

Year: 2007

Go behind the scenes at Pixar Animation Studios with this Emmy-nominated documentary tracing the creation and history of the groundbreaking company.

Starring: Steve Jobs, Ed Catmull, John Lasseter
Director: Leslie Iwerks

Click for more at Filmefy



Netflix UK

Year: 2002

This Oscar-nominated documentary highlights the intense experience of the National Spelling Bee as seen through the eyes of eight young spellers.

Starring: Harry Altman, Ashley White
Directed by: Jeffrey Blitz

Click for more at Filmefy

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VPN vs. DNS – What do I choose?

Streaming Devices

So you’re ready to cut the cord and you’ve heard that you can access international streaming websites with VPN and Smart DNS services. Until recently, these types of services were a well-kept secret – only used by tech savvy people who can actually tell you what a computer’s CPU is. Those of us who have to call IT for a printer jam would never have dreamed of accessing US Netflix or BBC iPlayer. Not anymore! As streaming services become more widely available, even the most technologically clueless (including myself) are taking the plunge.

But what to choose? Here are the key differences between VPNs and Smart DNS, so you can choose the service that is right for you.

How does VPN and DNS technologies work?

How VPN works

A VPN is a remote network of computers linked together over the internet. It allows for a secure browsing experience because it encrypts all of your data as it goes through a private network. This means websites won’t be able to see your IP address and you can access all of their content regardless if it is geoblocked.

Just think of VPN as an invisibility cloak. A VPN will let you wander the Internet like Harry Potter wandered Hogwarts at night.

How Smart DNS works

Every computer is assigned a local IP address. When you visit a website, it identifies where you are based on your IP address. Certain websites – particular video streaming websites, block IP addresses outside its geographic region. Smart DNS technologies bypass geo-blocks by providing you with a local IP address when accessing these websites.

You can think of Smart DNS as cybertravel. One minute your computer is connecting to the Internet from the UK. The next minute, you’re virtually connecting from the US.

What do I get with VPN vs. DNS?

While VPN and DNS both help you access geoblocked content, they each have their own benefits.

WebsitesAll websitesSupported geoblocked websites
SpeedSlows down Internet speedsNo impact or minimal impact on Internet speeds
Device CompatibilityComputersAll major streaming devices
PrivacyProtects privacyDoes not protect privacy
LoginLogin each time you use itLogin whenever you want to change regions


OK. So what do I choose?

Choose Smart DNS if you…

Choose a Smart DNS service if you simply want to unlock international websites. It is the best for video streaming because it is faster and works on multiple devices.

Choose VPN if you…

Choose a VPN service if you are concerned about Internet privacy. VPN is also your best bet if you travel frequently since many hotels and wifi hot spots block DNS services.


UnoTelly offers both DNS and VPN services. Sign up for a free 8 day UnoTelly DNS trial now.



LGBT Movies Streaming on Netflix #LoveWins

Move Love is Strange

Today the US Supreme Court ruled sam-sex marriage legal nation-wide. It is a landmark day that will be punctuated this weekend with Gay Pride parades in New York, Toronto, and cities all over the world. We’re celebrating with a list of some of the best LGBT movies that are streaming on Netflix right now.

Brokeback Mountain (2005) – Netflix Germany

Set against the sweeping landscapes of Wyoming and Texas, this epic love story tells of two young men — a ranch-hand and a rodeo cowboy — who meet in the summer of 1963 while driving cattle on a mountain range. Starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Heath Ledger. RT: 87%

Love is Strange (2014) – Netflix Canada

After Ben and George get married, George is fired from his teaching post, forcing them to stay with friends separately while they sell their place and look for cheaper housing — a situation that weighs heavily on all involved. Starring John Lithgow & Alfred Monila. RT: 94%

The Kids are All Right (2010) – Netflix US

Two children conceived by artificial insemination bring their father into their family life. Starring Julianne Moore, Annette Bening & Mark Ruffalo. LRT: 93%

But I’m A Cheerleader (1999) – Netflix Canada

Confident and opinionated, 17-year-old Megan is far too strong-willed for her unsuppportive parents, who begin to worry she is a lesbian. Their solution is to send Megan to ‘True Directions,’ a “rehabilitation camp” run by homophobic counselor Mary Brown. RT: 34%

Milk (2008) – Netflix Begium

In 1977, Harvey Milk was elected to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, becoming the first openly gay man to be voted into public office in America. Harvey Milk changed the very nature of what it means to be a fighter for human rights and became, before his untimely death in 1978, a hero for all Americans. Starring Sean Penn & Josh Brolin. RT: 94%

The Single Man (2009) – Netflix US

An English professor, one year after the sudden death of his long time partner, is unable to cope with his typical days in 1960s Los Angeles. RT: 85%

To Be Takei (2014) – Netflix US

Over seven decades, actor and activist George Takei boldly journeyed from a WWII internment camp, to the helm of the starship Enterprise, to the daily news feeds of five million Facebook fans. Join George and his husband Brad on this star’s playful and profound trek for life, liberty, and love. RT: 91%

Philadelphia (1993) – Netflix Denmark

When a man with AIDS is fired by his law firm because of his condition, he hires a homophobic small time lawyer as the only willing advocate for a wrongful dismissal suit. Starring Tom Hanks and Denzel Washington. RT: 78%

Paris is Burning (1990) – Netflix US

A chronicle of New York’s drag scene in the 1980s, focusing on balls, voguing and the ambitions and dreams of those who gave the era its warmth and vitality. RT: 100%

Boys Don’t Cry (1999) – Netflix Mexico

Based on a true story, this drama was adapted from the life of Brandon Teena, born Teena Brandon, a woman who chose to live her life as a man and suffered tragic consequences as a result. Starring Hilary Swank. RT: 88%

Grace & Frankie (2015) – Netflix Original

Two nemeses become bonded jilted wives after their husbands reveal they have been having an affair with each other since the 1990s and now plan to get married. RT: 50%

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How to Remove Unsecure DNS Codes from your Devices


With the rising popularity of Netflix, so is the well-known practice of using DNS servers to get around geo-blocks. Because of this, many new DNS Servers are being released onto the the internet with the promise of giving you access to US Netflix outside of the US for free with your Netflix account. These DNS Servers, often referred to as ‘DNS Codes,’ are usually released in forums and social media sites without a company name or a trusted source to allow you to access US-only titles for free. Using such untrusted “DNS Codes” might pose danger to your network security.

For those of you that don’t know, DNS Servers translate a domain name such as into it’s equivalent IP address so your device knows where the site is located. Practically every website you go to on the internet or any service you use relies on the DNS servers setup on your computer to tell it where to go. DNS servers are often overlooked by most people, but they play such a crucial part in the security of your network that you should never, ever, use any unknown DNS servers on your devices.

Using an unknown or untrusted DNS server can not only allow someone to monitor your DNS lookup traffic, but the server can be used to redirect you to unsecure or fake sites posing as legitimate websites to steal your information. This is known as Phishing. The same servers can be used to inject different content into your traffic such as ads, effectively causing a program to break, or in this case replace Netflix images with their own ads.

Now, if you have been seeing weird behaviour such as your Netflix images being replaced by ads or you’re being redirected to suspicious sites automatically, the first thing to do is remove the DNS servers from your devices.

You can find instructions to remove unknown DNS servers and reset them to ISP default settings in the videos below: below for many popular devices.

How to remove DNS settings from Windows:

How to remove DNS settings from Mac OSX:

How to remove DNS settings from PS3:

How to remove DNS settings from PS4:

How to remove DNS settings from Xbox 360:

How to remove DNS settings from Xbox One:

It is imperative for your safety and security online to use DNS servers from trusted sources rather than ones posted online, especially when they promise you free access. Like Milton Friedman said, “There’s no such thing as a free lunch.” Check out our previous article about the risks of using free services here.

Why Isn’t UnoTelly free?


If someone walks up to you on the street and offers you a free sandwich, would you be skeptical about it? I would. However, our attitude toward “free” in the digital world is different where we would not only frown at “free” but demand it.


There’s no such thing as a free lunch.

– Milton Friedman


Don’t get me wrong, we at Unotelly love free things and use many great open-source systems to power our services. However, “free” often comes with a catch. Let it be Google or Facebook, you can bet the price tag of “free” is your personal information.


The real price of ‘Free’


Recently, users of a “free” browser plugin called Hola learned the true price of “free”: their personal internet connection.


As reported by The Verge, Hola has been accused of piggy-backing users’ internet connection and reselling it as a commercial VPN service via their Luminati brand. Unfortunately, this crowd-sourced internet was used by hackers to launch an attack against a website called 8chan.


In layman’s terms, when you use the Hola plugin, you allow Hola to share your internet connection with other Hola users and give consent to Hola to sell your internet connection to anyone via the Luminati brand. Think of Hola as crowdsourcing internet connections and then reselling it.


What is the implication of sharing your internet connection with just anyone?


First, you might reveal sensitive information to unauthorized parties.

Your internet connection will transmit sensitive and personal information – banking details, private photos, business trade secrets, etc. Would you want to invite another third party who will resell the access to your internet connection to just about anyone? Even Google and Facebook don’t have the same level of access to your internet connection as Hola.


Second, your internet connection could be linked to illegal activities.

When you use the Hola plugin, you give consent to Hola to resell your internet connection to others. In other words, anyone could pay a fee to Luminati and use your internet as the middleman to perform various activities. Your internet includes a unique IP address to identify where and who you are. When you let someone else “borrow” your internet connection, and this person uses your internet connection for illegal activities, your unique IP address will be linked to those activities. Potentially, your IP address could become part of an active police investigation. The chances of police knocking on your door is extremely low, but why risk the headache?


Finally, you might have to pay for additional internet data usage to your ISP when sharing your internet connection with Hola.

Sharing your internet connection with others will consume your bandwidth, and if you have a bandwidth cap on your connection, you are actually paying an indirect cost to use the Hola service – you don’t pay Hola but you pay your Internet Service Provider (ISP) for using additional bandwidth.



At UnoTelly, we are proud to be a paid service because it allows us to deliver a secure and hassle-free SmartDNS and VPN service to our users. Because our users are paying a nominal fee to use our service, they can expect a high-level of professionalism in service quality and security. Our business model is based on paid monthly subscription fees. Under no circumstances will UnoTelly try to profit from users’ personal information.


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What is the catch? We hope you will love the service so much that you will agree that it is worth the price.

5 Great Films our Users Recommend

Last week we had a flash giveaway where we asked our users

We asked our users to recommend their favourite films since the people sometimes know just as much as the critics :). Here are some of their recommendations and the rating from Rotten Tomatoes:

City of God

A Brazilian film about a young boy who’s passion for photography keeps him away from the drugs and crime that surround him in the Rio de Janeiro slum he lives in. RT: 90%

Submitted by: Justa Tupa

Battle Royale

Before there was the Hunger Games, there was Battle Royale, a Chinese film based on a similar premise – where young people are sent out to an island to battle it out. Only the winner survives. RT: 86%

Submitted by: Martin Schneider

Special 26

A gang of thieves robs famous businessmen and politicians by posing as income tax officers. iMDB: 7.9/10

Submitted by: Afin Duha


A chef loses his restaurant job when his ex-wife suggests he starts up a food truck. The adventures he experiences driving his gourmet food truck across the country with his family are priceless RT: 86%

Submitted by: Chantal Marie-Laurence Edouard-Betsy

The Babadook

This one was named the scariest movie of 2014! It’s about a single mother who’s young son is terrified of a ‘monster’ living in the house which may not be his imagination after all…RT:98%

Submitted by: Stephen Bauer


Thanks to all our users who participated! Stay tuned for our next flash giveaway and happy streaming!