Hey Tightwads! It’s Tuesday again, and you know what that means. If you’ve got an internet connection, we’ve got your free movies, right here, right now…
Hostel: Part II
In the past, Tightwad Terror Tuesday has featured both Hostel and Hostel: Part III. This week, we’re filling in the gap with Hostel: Part II. This 2007 sequel is about three girls who fall prey to the Elite Hunting human torture-and-murder scheme. But it also flips the script a bit, focusing equally on a couple of the rich wannabee murderers. Hostel: Part II is basically more of the same stuff from Hostel, but it does feature a stunningly beautiful murder scene featuring Heather “Weiner-Dog” Matarazzo. It also stars Bijou Phillips, Laura German, Roger Bart, and Richard Burgi. See Hostel: Part II for yourself right here at TubiTV.
Before The Neon Demon, before Only God Forgives, even before Drive, Danish auteur director Nicolas Winding Refn made Fear X. This 2003 thriller is about a man who, after experiencing strange visions, seeks to determine the real circumstances of his wife’s untimely death. Fear X is not as polished as Refn’s more recent work, but his vision is clear and concise. The cast includes John Turturro, Deborah Kara Unger, and James Remar. Catch Fear X here at Crackle.
Old 37 is about a pair of psychopathic brothers who drive around in an old ambulance, intercepting 911 calls and torturing the unsuspecting callers after they pick them up. Tables are turned when they pick up a young girl who is not at all what she seems to be. This 2015 slasher dream is brutal and disturbing with just the right amount of fun. It also stars horror legends Bill Moseley and Kane Hodder as the brothers, and that’s never a bad combination. Check out Old 37 right here at Vudu.
Dead Tone is a 2007 shocker about a group of college students who entertain themselves by making prank calls and trying to scare the hapless person on the other end. Of course, they call the wrong person, and the scare-ers become the scare-ees. What sounds like a plot from a young adult horror novel is actually a rather effective thriller. Rutger Hauer makes an appearance as a grizzled detective. Answer the call of Dead Tone here at Popcornflix.
Backslasher is about a young female internet entrepreneur whose business is dependent on her social media presence. Unfortunately for her, a cyber-stalker starts killing the people on her friends list, slowly and methodically making his way to her. Made in 2012, Backslasher is the kind of movie there the technology will be hopelessly outdated in a few years (if it isn’t already), a fact which adds another layer of cheese to an already corny flick. It’s a good, solid camp flick, though. Click on Backslasher right here at Viewster.
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