Hey Tightwads! We’ve got a little something for you to be thankful for this Thanksgiving – free movies! So let’s get to it…
Even Lambs Have Teeth
Even Lambs Have Teeth is about two young women who are abducted and terrorized by a group of rednecks. They escape, but their story is just starting; the gals carefully plan out their revenge on their tormentors.
This 2015 schlockfest is basically your standard female revenge story. Think I Spit on Your Grave with a tad bit of House of 1000 Corpses tossed in for good measure. Nothing deep, just bloody carnage. Check out Even Lambs Have Teeth here at Popcornflix.
Remember The Nun, that movie from The Conjuring’s universe that came out earlier this year? This is not that movie. This one is a 2017 flick about a nun who, while having a crisis of faith, seeks to reunite with a lost love. Along the way, she gets trapped in a storage facility.
Yeah, as hard as it is to believe, this Nun is worse than the other one. It almost feels like a movie that The Asylum would put out to beat The Nun to the punch, and that’s probably not an entirely inaccurate assumption; the original title of Nun was Gas Light, which makes more sense, since there’s very little nunnery in the movie. Have a look at this Nun here at TubiTV.
Falling Down is about a man who has had enough. While trying to get to his daughter’s birthday party, the guy encounters gridlocked traffic, rude store clerks, and wannabe gangsters until, finally, he has a meltdown and goes ballistic on every aspect of modern society – with a baseball bat and an Uzi.
This grim little 1993 movie stars Michael Douglas in the lead role, and features Barbara Hershey as his wife and Robert Duvall as the cop who is tasked with stopping his rampage. Falling Down will make you cheer and sneer at the same time. If that’s the mood you’re in, you can find it here at Vudu.
Sharktopus vs. Whalewolf
Last week, Tightwad Terror Tuesday showed you what happens when Sharktopus fights a Pteracuda. But what happens after that? Well, you get the 2015 epic Sharktopus vs. Whalewolf. Again, it’s exactly the movie it pretends to be; Sharktopus fights a wolf-whale hybrid.
This time around, the humans in the middle are played by Casper Van Dien and Catherine Oxenberg. If you haven’t had enough of Sharktopus yet, let the rumble commence here at ShoutFactoryTV.
Do you think you’ve seen every available adaptation of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein that there is? We may have one you haven’t seen. This is the first one ever done, a 1910 silent film adaptation made by the Edison Manufacturing Company.
Since it lasts only 13 minutes and change, this Frankenstein is obviously a very truncated version of the tale. It is an important film, though, both for horror fans and cinephiles alike, and we can all thank the Library of Congress for restoring this previously long-lost fright flick. Watch it here at the LOC website, where you can also read a fascinating blog entry about the restoration.
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Feature image courtesy Chris Fischer.