Tightwad Terror Tuesday – Free Movies for 11-19-19

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What’s up, Tightwads?  It’s Tuesday again, and you know what that means!  Here’s this week’s batch of free movies, ready for your perusal.


Tightwad Terror Tuesday – Free Movies for 11-19-19

Deathgasm (2015), courtesy Dark Sky Films.


Deathgasm is about a loser heavy metal band that stumbles upon an evil song.  Of course, they play the song, unleashing a demon upon their town in the process.  They have to find a way to defeat the demon before it spreads its evil any further.

This 2015 New Zealand flick is one of the best horror comedies of the 2010’s.  It deals with the typical demon uprising motif in a very creative and unique way.  And the soundtrack is very metal, too.  Check out Deathgasm here at TubiTV.


Tightwad Terror Tuesday – Free Movies for 11-19-19

Summer Camp (2015), courtesy Pantelion Films.

Summer Camp

Summer Camp is about a group of American camp counsellors who travel to Europe to work there for the summer.  They arrive just as a plague has infected the local population, turning the people into rage killers.  The Americans are left to fend for themselves in the Spanish wilderness.

Also from 2015, this generically-titled fright flick is, thankfully, not a slasher movie as the name implies.  Sure, it’s basically a zombie movie, which is just as stereotypical, but at least it’s more Cabin Fever than Friday the 13th.  It’s fun if that’s what you’re into.  It gets bonus points for starring modern scream queen Jocelin Donahue.  See for yourself here at Vudu.


Tightwad Terror Tuesday – Free Movies for 11-19-19

High-Rise (2015), courtesy Magnolia Pictures.


Yet another movie from 2015, High-Rise is about a young doctor who moves into a luxury apartment building in 1975 London.  As he meets his neighbors, he realizes that there is a class system to the building, and the microcosmic society slowly and methodically breaks down into mayhem and debauchery.

Adapted by Ben Wheatley from a J.G. Ballard novel, High-Rise is a thinly-veiled metaphor for social hierarchy struggle and the shrinking middle class.  The cast is loaded with names like Tom Hiddleston, Sienna Miller, Elisabeth Moss, Jeremy Irons, and Luke Evans.  Have a look at High-Rise here at TubiTV.


Marathon Man (1976), courtesy Paramount Pictures.

Marathon Man

We’re dipping back to 1976 for this one.  Marathon Man is about a history student/marathon runner (hence the name) whose brother is murdered.  After learning that the brother was a government agent, the student finds himself embroiled in a dangerous plot involving jewel thieves and Nazi war criminals.

Marathon Man is a cinematic classic, with a screenplay by Willian Goldman (who also wrote the novel) and a masterful lead performance from Dustin Hoffman.  The cast also includes Laurence Olivier, Roy Scheider, Fritz Weaver, and William Devane.  This movie contains the legendary scene in which Olivier tortures Hoffman, constantly asking him “is it safe?”  Find out what that all means here at PlutoTV.


The Abduction of Jennifer Grayson (2017), courtesy Wild Eye Releasing.

The Abduction of Jennifer Grayson

The Abduction of Jennifer Grayson is about a young woman, the titular Jennifer Grayson, who is kidnapped by a crazy man after she spurns his romantic advances.  While in his captivity, she develops feelings for her abductor, and he releases her.  Police suspect that the man may be an infamous serial killer, and only Jen can help them catch him.  But with whom do her loyalties lie?

This 2017 thriller isn’t as interesting as it sounds.  The initial fun of the concept turns to head-shaking improbability rather quickly.  Still could be a fun watch if you’re in the right mood.  So, if you are in that right mood, catch The Abduction of Jennifer Grayson here at Vudu.


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.