Full Length Movies

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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Revolt of the Zombies

Thursday, August 27th, 2009 by Vomitron

Revolt of the Zombies   Revolt 84x120 full length movies Director: Victor Halperin
Writers: Victor Halperin, Howard Higgin, Rollo Lloyd
Release year: 1936

Zombies— Not dead, not alive!

With the ending of World War I, an international expedition is sent to Cambodia in an attempt to seek and destroy an ancient formula that turns men into zombies.

Read the full review here.


Spider Baby or, The Maddest Story Ever Told

Saturday, February 28th, 2009 by Sterf

Spider Baby or, The Maddest Story Ever Told   spider baby alterna dvd1 87x120 full length movies Director: Jack Hill
Writer: Jack Hill
Release year: 1968

Seductive Innocence of LOLITA… Savage hunger of a BLACK WIDOW!

Enjoy this fantastic flick about two inbred little sisters with a condition that turns them into infantile vicious little demons!

The full review for this movie can be found here.


Star Wreck: In the Pirkinning

Tuesday, August 4th, 2009 by Sterf

Star Wreck: In the Pirkinning   star wreck 87x120 full length movies Director: Timo Vuorensola
Writer: Rudi Airisto, Jarmo Puskala, Samuli Torssonen (creator)
Release Year: 2005

I normally dislike parodies and most indie movies, but this one is an exception to the rule.  Star Wreck is a no-budget movie featuring effects that can rival Hollywood blockbusters and certainly beats them in terms of wit, story, humour and, well, everything else. Except maybe the acting from some of the less important characters but that’s to be expected when they’re mostly friends  and relatives.


The Amazing Mr. X

Monday, April 13th, 2009 by J. Luis Rivera

The Amazing Mr. X   mrx 84x120 full length movies DirectorBernard Vorhaus
WriterMuriel Roy Bolton and Ian McLellan Hunter based on a story by Crane Wilbur
Release Year1948

When Horror and Film Noir collide!

Historically, it’s always thought that after living a time of great splendor in America during the first decade of sound, the horror genre disappeared in the 40s, the years of World War II, to cede its place to the propaganda of war films, the paranoia of spy films, and the cynicism of Film Noir. Horror is supposed to be dormant, only to be resurrected in the 50s with Atom era horrors and the films of Hammer Studio.

Read the full review here.


The Bat

Wednesday, April 28th, 2010 by Jamhorner

The Bat   the bat 75x120 full length movies Director: Crane Wilbur
Crane Wilbur based on a story written by Avery Hopwood & Mary Roberts Rinehart
Release Year: 1959

The next scream you hear may be your own!

On a dark and stormy night, two women are trapped inside a mansion with a crazed killer, known only as The Bat. As the two women try to hide from The Bat, outside the police are looking for a million-dollar stash that was stolen from a nearby bank. Can the police find the money in time before it’s lost forever and can they rescue the women before The Bat kills them both? It’s easy to see that this movie is a great mystery thriller but I think it serves as a great slasher movie as well.