Congratulations, Tightwads! You’ve made it through another month. Your reward – a new batch of free movies from Tightwad Terror Tuesday and iHorror.
Bigfoot Vs. Zombies
Bigfoot vs. Zombies is exactly the movie you think it is. When a chemical accident creates a horde of hungry zombies, the big hairy guy takes upon himself to save the day. Directed by Mark Polonia, whose resume is filled with movies with titles like Empire of the Apes and Jurassic Prey, this 2016 indie is the epitome of a no-budget horror film. If you’re not sick to death of zombies, and/or you’re a fan of Sasquatch movies, there will be some entertainment value for you in this one. Check out Bigfoot Vs. Zombies right here at TubiTV.
The Haunting of Sarah Hardy
The Haunting of Sarah Hardy is a 1989 television movie about a young woman who is haunted by visions of her mother after witnessing her suicide as a child. This eighties ghost chiller has the feel of a seventies supernatural movie, right down to the title. Also stars Morgan Fairchild, which is never a bad thing. You can find The Haunting of Sarah Hardy here at DailyMotion.
The Good Neighbour
Otherwise known as Unter Nachbarn, The Good Neighbour is a German movie from 2011 about a pair of neighbors who accidentally kill a woman while driving. The one who wasn’t driving convinces the one who was to flee the scene and keep everything a secret, but the plan is complicated when the driver meets the victim’s sister. There’s nothing cheap or gimmicky about The Good Neighbour, it’s just a well-crafted psychological thriller. If you can get past the subtitles, watch The Good Neighbour right here at Viewster.
Not to be confused with the Mario Bava movie of the same name, Black Sunday is a 1977 movie about a terrorist attack which involves blowing up the Goodyear blimp above Super Bowl X. Based on a novel by Thomas Harris and directed by John Frankenheimer, this political thriller boasts an all-star cast led by Bruce Dern, Robert Shaw, and Fritz Weaver. More impressive is the fact that the NFL let Frankenheimer shoot on the sidelines of the real Super Bowl X game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Dallas Cowboys, and both Goodyear and the NFL granted the production the rights to use their logos. Catch Black Sunday here at MovieZoot.
Originally called The Borderlands, Final Prayer is about a trio of investigators sent by the Vatican to check out a reportedly haunted church in the British countryside. Although this 2013 offering is a found-footage movie, it still has its share of creepy moments, shaky-cams and all. Fans of found footage and religious movies will enjoy this one. Check out Final Prayer right here at TubiTV.