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Hey Tightwads!  Summer’s just about over, but you can keep the party going with these free movies from iHorror.  And here there are…

 

Tightwad Terror Tuesday for 8-20-19 – The Best Free Movies on the Web
Fatal Attraction (1987), courtesy Paramount Pictures.

Fatal Attraction

Fatal Attraction is about a hotshot lawyer who has an affair with one of his clients.  Feeling ashamed, he tries to break it off quickly, but the mistress doesn’t let go quite so easily.  Completely obsessed with her fling, the woman begins dangerously stalking the man…and his wife and child.

This 1987 thriller scared men everywhere out of cheating on their wives.  It was nominated for 6 Oscars, including one for Glenn Close’s portrayal of the stalker and Anne Archer’s performance as the wife (interestingly enough, Michael Douglas did not get an Oscar nom for playing the husband in Fatal Attraction, but won the statue that year for his performance in Wall Street).  Fatal Attraction is a classic stalk-and-slice.  If you haven’t seen it, fill that gap here at Popcornflix.

 

Tightwad Terror Tuesday for 8-20-19 – The Best Free Movies on the Web
Don’t F*** in the Woods (2016), courtesy Gravitas Ventures.

Don’t F*** in the Woods

Don’t F*** in the Woods is a 2016 movie about some kids who celebrate their college graduation by going to a campsite where they can party and have sex.  The only problem with their plan is the fact that the woods in which they are camping is home to a murderous creature that is attracted to the essence of sexual activity.

Don’t F*** in the Woods takes the cardinal rule of not having sex in horror movies and runs with it.  Some of the humor may be unintentional, but this horror comedy is a fun blend of campiness, carnality, and carnage.  Check out Don’t F*** in the Woods here at TubiTV.

 

Tightwad Terror Tuesday for 8-20-19 – The Best Free Movies on the Web
Snake Outta Compton (2018), courtesy Lionsgate.

Snake Outta Compton

Snake Outta Compton is pretty much exactly the movie it sounds like it would be.  It’s about an up-and-coming rap group who finds itself pitted against a giant mutant snake that is taking over its neighborhood.

Obviously, this 2018 schlockfest is biting on Straight Outta Compton and the recent “Cinematic Snakes” trend.  Surprisingly, this is not an Asylum picture, even though it does have the same spirit.  Laugh along with Snake Outta Compton here at Vudu.

 

Tightwad Terror Tuesday for 8-20-19 – The Best Free Movies on the Web
This is a Hijack (1973), courtesy ABC.

This is a Hijack

This is a Hijack is about a small-time gambler who finds himself in big-time debt.  So, he hijacks a private plane owned by his boss and holds it for a cool million in ransom.  Unfortunately, the crew that he recruits to help him are not entirely loyal, and the feds are waiting for him on the ground.

This 1973 TV movie was made at the height of the disaster exploitation film craze, and plane hijackings were not only scary, but much more possible.  It’s more of a crime thriller than a horror flick, but it’s still a ton of fun.  Catch This is a Hijack here at ShoutFactoryTV.

 

Spasms (1983), courtesy Producers Distributing Corporation (PDC).

Spasms

This weekend saw the passing of the great Peter Fonda.  As an actor, Fonda was all over the place, but will be best remembered for his counterculture classic Easy Rider.  Fortunately for horror fans, he also made schlock like Spasms.  In Spasms, Fonda portrays a psychologist who is called upon to help out a man who has a psychic link to a giant mythical snake.  Yes, you read all of that right.

Oliver Reed joins Fonda as the snake psychic in this 1983 creature feature.  Fans of monster movies will have a lot of fun with this one.  You can find Spasms here at YouTube, but watch fast, because these links tend to dry up quickly when actors pass away and studios want to release their own tributes.

 

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

 

Feature image courtesy Chris Fischer.