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Hey Tightwads!  Is it Tuesday already?  Well, in that case…check out this batch of free movies, from iHorror to your eyeballs…

 

Tightwad Terror Tuesday for 4-9-19 – The Best Free Movies on the Web
Hell Night (1981), courtesy Compass International Pictures.

Hell Night

Hell Night is about four college students – two fraternity pledges and two sorority pledges – who are forced to spend the night in an old deserted mansion as part of their initiation.  The place has a sordid history of murder and mayhem, and the brothers and sisters plan to use that history to scare the pledges.  But there’s someone – or something – still occupying the house who throws a wrench into all of the plans.

Even if you haven’t seen Hell Night, you’ve seen movies like it.  It’s still an enjoyable little 1981 horror romp.  Linda Blair, Vincent Van Patten, Peter Barton, and Suki Goodwin play the four unsuspecting pledges.  Check out Hell Night here at ShoutFactoryTV.

 

Tightwad Terror Tuesday for 4-9-19 – The Best Free Movies on the Web
Into the Grizzly Maze (2015), courtesy Vertical Entertainment.

Into the Grizzly Maze

Into the Grizzly Maze is a 2015 survival movie about two brothers who venture into a forest known as the “Grizzly Maze” to stop some poachers and locate a lost deaf woman.  Of course, the forest lives up to its name, and the pair quickly finds themselves being stalked by a ferocious grizzly.

Into the Grizzly Maze isn’t nearly as effective as other bear movies like Backcountry or Grizzly, but it has its moments, especially for those who like to root for the bear.  The brothers are played by James Marsden and Thomas Jane, the poachers are played by Billy Bob Thornton and Adam Beach, and the bear is played by Bart the Bear.  Have a look at Into the Grizzly Maze here at Crackle.

 

Tightwad Terror Tuesday for 4-9-19 – The Best Free Movies on the Web
The New York Ripper (1982), courtesy Fulvia Film.

The New York Ripper

The New York Ripper is about a burnt-out police detective who is investigating a series of killings in New York.  He teams up with a psychiatrist profiler to try and stop the murderer, who talks like a duck when he kills (seriously).

It’s not as silly as it sounds.  Okay, actually, it is, but this 1982 giallo slasher pulls it off.  The New York Ripper was directed by the one and only Lucio Fulci, so despite being set and shot in The Big Apple, the movie is an Italian feature.  Go figure.  Catch The New York Ripper here at Kanopy.

 

Tightwad Terror Tuesday for 4-9-19 – The Best Free Movies on the Web
Blue Demon (2004), courtesy Marla’s Gardens Company.

Blue Demon

Blue Demon is about an experimental project, called “Blue Demon,” in which sharks are implanted with computer chips in an effort to weaponize them for national security.  Of course, the sharks escape, and head for the nearest beach to feed.

On its surface, this straight-to-video 2004 offering is just your average shark flick.  It quickly gets deep, though, with subplots involving science, divorce, and terrorism.  It’s still pretty far-fetched, but what shark movie isn’t these days?  You can find Blue Demon here at Vudu.

 

Tightwad Terror Tuesday for 4-9-19 – The Best Free Movies on the Web
Charlie’s Farm (2014), courtesy Slaughter FX.

Charlie’s Farm

Charlie’s Farm is a 2014 fright flick about a group of meddling kids that decides to take an adventurous trip to a farm that was, decades earlier, inhabited by kidnapping cannibals.  Once there, they discover that they are not alone – Charlie, the presumed-lost son of the murderous family, still inhabits the farm, and he’s hungry.

This is one of those C-grade horror movies that relies on a handful of legendary stars to draw in fanatic viewers – in this case, Kane Hodder, Bill Moseley, and Tara Reid.  Nathan Jones also shows up in the title role.  It’s not good, but it’s entertaining.  If cannibal killers are your thing, Charlie’s Farm waits for you here at IMDB Freedive.

 

Want more free movies?  Check out previous Tightwad Terror Tuesdays right here.

 

Feature image courtesy Chris Fischer.