Tightwad Terror Tuesday – Free Movies for 10-13-20

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Hey Tightwads!  It’s Tuesday the 13th, and that means…well, nothing.  Except for the fact that it’s still Tightwad Terror Tuesday, and you still get free movies from iHorror!

 

Tightwad Terror Tuesday – Free Movies for 10-13-20

Scream 4 (2011), courtesy Dimension Films.

Scream 4

Over the years, Tightwad Terror Tuesday has brought you Scream, Scream 2, and Scream 3.  May as well finish the series off with Scream 4.  This 2011 entry picks up ten years after Scream 3 with Sydney Prescott, now a successful author, visiting Woodsboro on her book tour.  Of course, Ghostface shows up to try and get her – and her friends – one last time.

Scream 4 is a fun return-to-form after the questionable Scream 3.  Director Wes Craven and Writer Kevin Williamson both came back, as did cast members Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, and David Arquette.  But there’s also a bunch of fresh fodder faces like Hayden Panetierre, Emma Roberts, Aimee Teegarden, Kristen Bell, Anna Paquin and Allison Bree.  Who will be the final girl?  Or, more importantly for the Scream movies, who will be the killer?  Find out here at IMDB TV.

 

Tightwad Terror Tuesday – Free Movies for 10-13-20

Chopping Mall (1986), courtesy Concorde Pictures.

Chopping Mall

The awesomely named Chopping Mall, also known as the equally-awesomely name Killbots, is about a group of teens that decides to have an after-hours party inside the mall at which they work.  The psychotic security robots that have been brought in to protect the property have other ideas, though.

Truth be told, there’s very little chopping in Chopping Mall; the killbots in this 1986 techno-horror flick rely on laser beams and electric shocks to kill their victims.  But, when a name like Chopping Mall is on the table, you use it.  This one also stars the lovely Kelli Maroney and the lovely-er Barbara Crampton, and keep an eye out for That Guy Dick Miller as – yep, you guessed it – Walter Paisley.  Check out Chopping Mall here at Popcornflix.

 

Tightwad Terror Tuesday – Free Movies for 10-13-20

Dead Birds (2004), courtesy Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.

Dead Birds

Dead Birds is about a group of civil war-era outlaws that robs a bank and hides out at an abandoned plantation on their way to Mexico.  The house holds dark secrets, though, and the bank robbers find out that they have more to fear than just the long arm of the law.

This 2004 supernatural thriller is a clever variation on the hideout subgenre.  The script was written by Simon Barrett, and the cast includes Henry Thomas, Michael Shannon, Mark Boone Junior, and Patrick Fugit.  Catch Dead Birds here at Crackle.

 

Tightwad Terror Tuesday – Free Movies for 10-13-20

Butterfly Kisses (2018), courtesy Gravitas Ventures.

Butterfly Kisses

Butterfly Kisses is about a filmmaker who discovers a box full of tapes from a student project that was documenting a horror legend called “The Peeping Tom.”  As the director puts together the footage for his own movie, he finds himself in over his head, getting a little too caught up in the urban legend itself.

Made in 2018, Butterfly Kisses is a cool little meta faux-documentary.  It’s not fooling anyone, but these movies rarely do.  It’s just a fun – albeit disturbing – journey.  And it’s got more than its share of truly creepy moments.  Have a look at Butterfly Kisses here at Vudu.

 

Attack of the Killer Do nuts (2016), courtesy Level 33 Entertainment.

Attack of the Killer Donuts

Attack of the Killer Donuts is exactly what it sounds like.  It’s a 2016 movie about an industrial accident that turns a bunch of donuts into bloodthirsty killers.

And it’s just as silly as it sounds.  Very entertaining, as long as you don’t take it too seriously.  And it’s nearly impossible to take seriously.  Have a blast with Attack of the Killer Donuts here at TubiTV.

 

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

 

Feature image courtesy Chris Fischer.

 

James Jay Edwards is a film critic and pop culture junkie in San Diego, California. He is a member of the SDFCS and the OFCS, and holds film degrees from SDSU and ASU. He also loves acronyms.