Dream Job: £50 To Watch Movies & Eat Snacks

Think the perfect job doesn’t exist? This new role allows you to get paid $50 per hour to watch movies and eat snacks.


Movie Lovers Apply Now

A platform for fandoms and communities is looking to hire a ‘Movie Reviewer’ to create content for its site. The platform is specifically looking for a movie fan without professional experience for a fresh and accessible take on movie reviews. The successful candidate can look to earn £50 GBP per hour plus an allowance for snacks and could potentially have the opportunity to attend movie premieres.

The platform, FandomSpot.com, is looking for a regular movie fan without any relevant professional experience to watch upcoming releases to review and create content. This is to ensure the platform’s new movie content is relatable, engaging, and accessible to others who simply enjoy movies too.

Although there is no requirement to have professional writing or reviewing experience, applicants will need to prove competence in written English and have a passion for all things movies.

To apply for the role, visit https://www.fandomspot.com/get-paid-to-watch-movies-reviewer-role/

The job role is on a freelance basis and will include some travel as mainstream movies return to cinemas. The possibility of attending movie premieres was also alluded to on the job post.


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The successful candidate will be asked to watch between one and three new releases every week depending on weekly cinema schedules as well as three straight-to-streaming movies. In return for wages and a monthly £200 GBP allowance for snacks and travel expenses. FandomSpot.com is asking the newly-appointed Movie Reviewer to submit at least 500-1000 words about each movie with a focus on what ‘everyday’ movie fans look for in motion pictures.

Applications close on January 28, 2022, with the aim of the role being filled in February. Applicants must be over the age of 21, have an excellent grasp of the English language, and have access to a strong internet connection.

Alyssa Celatti of FandomSpot.com, said,

“Here at FandomSpot.com, we are committed to ensuring that community and accessibility runs through everything we do. We are passionate about helping communities to come together and enjoy whatever their love or fandom is. This is why we want to hire someone who can help to create movie reviews that can be understood and enjoyed by everyone – and not just those who are movie buffs.

”We expect this role to be very popular – after all, who wouldn’t want to get paid to watch movies and eat snacks?”