If the concern is purely regarding exposure, filmmakers have plenty of other streaming platforms to choose from but they might not be as DIY friendly. Some Amazon Prime members have threatened to cancel their memberships in retaliation. Not that I really want that to happen but it does feel like a bit of a double standard at this point. Be prepared for a lot of discussion if you watch this one with your significant other. This would allow for responsible adults to choose how badly they wish to disturb themselves as part of their Prime subscription and children could be protected from the gross content that they will probably grow up to watch anyway. But streaming sites such as Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, and now Shudder have made audience exposure to the indie world much more feasible with Amazon being frequently rated as the number one platform for the DIY filmmaker… until now. But hiding, sometimes in plain sight, and sometimes beneath the surface, is an undercurrent of steamy material that most wouldn't think of finding on their favorite streaming provider. So, what does this mean for the future of indie horror? Your reasons may vary for wanting such materials, and we wouldn't even begin to guess them in such a public forum. Like all other streaming platforms, Amazon offered everything from kid-friendly cartoons to blood-spattered gore flicks— just a couple clicks away— through Amazon Direct Video, a free movie streaming feature included with your Amazon Prime membership. Gaspar Noe's Love By reputation alone, Gaspar Noe has never been shy about showing human sexuality, and all of the pieces and parts that make up the experience. Of course, it would take more than a small army for a boycott to even remotely dismantle this corporate giant, not to mention that it could cause other indie filmmakers who still have their films available on Prime to take a financial blow as well. Sure, the Included with Prime feature provides a film with extra exposure.