Here we feature some of the best (or worst) cult films that for any reason have slipped into the public domain. Watch them here on-site (there is a full-screen button), or download them to burn on DVD.
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Saturday, February 6th, 2010 by Sterf
Director: Roger Corman
Writers: Charles B. Griffith (screenplay)
Release year: 1959
The Picture That’ll Make You… sick sick SICK with Laughter!
The movie begins with a horrible beatnik poet reciting some terrible poetry and that made me almost put it off to watch The Incredible 2-Headed Transplant instead. But hey, since I watched the first minute, I might as well view the next 64. And I’m glad I did, ’cause it’s a pretty damn good black comedy.
Friday, January 16th, 2009 by Vomitron
Director: Herk Harvey
Writer: John Clifford
Release Year: 1962
She Escaped Death. Now It Wants Her Back!
With an overwhelming majority of votes (2), this week we’ll feature this low-budget but atmospheric film of a young woman who is the sole survivor of a car accident after a drag race, and tries to get on with her life. What happens next you can see for yourself.
Sunday, January 31st, 2010 by Sterf
Director: Willard Huyck
Writers: Willard Huyck, Gloria Katz
Release year: 1973
A.k.a.: Messiah of Evil
In order to live, they will take you one by one … and no one will hear you scream!
A woman in search of her father arrives in a strange town with the help of his increasingly disturbing letters. I won’t spoil anything by saying this is a zombie film, but it’s not your run of the mill fast-paced zombie horror either. But that isn’t a bad thing.
Sunday, January 11th, 2009 by Vomitron
Director: Francis Ford Coppola
Writer: Francis Ford Coppola, Jack Hill
Release Year: 1963
The Most Terrifying Screen Experience Of Your Life! A Brand New Concept in Motion Picture Shock! A Thrilling New Creation of Terror Thru Sight and Sound, Filmed Entirely in the Shock-Packed Process of Dementia 13!
Friday, January 23rd, 2009 by Sterf
Director: Tod Browning
Writer: Clarence Aaron ‘Tod’ Robbins
Release Year: 1932
“We’ll Make Her One of Us!” from the gibbering mouths of these weird creatures came this frenzied cry… no wonder she cringed in horror… this beautiful woman who dared toy with the love of one of them!
This week we have for you midgets and freaks combined in a little lovestory/drama.
I’m not a reviewer, so I’ll make it short (for reviews you’ll have to look at the rest of the site). This great little movie is about a trapeze artist that marries a midget for his money, plots to kill the poor little person with her lover, and the bizarre things that happen afterwards. Oh, and pinheads ofcourse. Not a horror movie as such (unless you are horrified by dwarfs and limbless men), more a drama wherein the freaks are the good guys and the normal ones scum. As is the case every week, a must see.