Stremio addon for multiple catalogs of top movies:
- IMDb Top Rated (a.k.a. IMDb Top 250)
- IMDb Most Popular
- Top Box Office (US, last weekend)
- Rotten Tomatoes Certified Fresh Movies (DVD & Streaming)
For film festival catalogs, which this addon also served in the past, please check out https://github.com/Deflix-tv/stremio-film-festivals.
This addon is a remote addon, so it's an HTTP web service and Stremio just sends HTTP requests to it. You dont't need to run any untrusted code on your machine.
You only have to enter the addon URL in the search box of the addons section of Stremio, like this:
Alternatively you can also run the addon locally and use that in Stremio. The addon is written in Go and compiles to a single executable file without dependencies, so it's really easy to run on your machine.
You can use one of the precompiled binaries from GitHub:
- Download the binary for your OS from https://github.com/Deflix-tv/stremio-top-movies/releases
- Simply run the executable binary
- To stop the program press
Or use Docker:
docker pull doingodswork/stremio-top-movies
docker run --name stremio-top-movies -v /path/to/data:/data -p 8080:8080 doingodswork/stremio-top-movies
- To stop the container:
docker stop stremio-top-movies
Then similar to installing the publicly hosted addon you just enter the following URL in the search box of the addon section of Stremio:
The following options can be configured via command line argument:
Usage of stremio-top-movies: -bindAddr string Local interface address to bind to. "localhost" only allows access from the local host. "0.0.0.0" binds to all network interfaces. (default "localhost") -cacheAge string Max age for a client or proxy cache. The format must be acceptable by Go's 'time.ParseDuration()', for example "24h". (default "24h") -dataDir string Location of the data directory. It contains CSV files with IMDb IDs and a "metas" subdirectory with meta JSON files (default ".") -logLevel string Log level to show only logs with the given and more severe levels. Can be "debug", "info", "warn", "error" (default "info") -port int Port to listen on (default 8080)