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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The Most Dangerous Game

Saturday, September 18th, 2010 by Coventry

The Most Dangerous Game   the most dangerous game poster 79x120 full length movies Director: Irving Pichel and Ernest B. Schoedsack
James Ashmore Creelman based on a short story by Richard Connell
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The Night Of The Hunter

When a cruise ship wrecks not far from a remote island, three passengers manage to safely reach the shore. They are treated with a warm welcome by Count Zaroff, the owner of the island. It won’t take long before the three guests realize that surviving the shipwreck, was only the easy part of their ordeal.


The Phantom Planet

Saturday, February 7th, 2009 by Sterf

The Phantom Planet   phantomplanet cover 85x120 full length movies Director: William Marshall
Writer: Fred Gebhardt (story/screenplay), William Telaak (screenplay), Fred De Gorter (screenplay), William Marshall (additional dialogue)
Release Year: 1961

See!! A 6 ft. astronaut shrink to 6 inches before your very eyes! See!! The Moon Maidens! See!! The attack of the Fire People! Starring DOLORES FAITH the Girl from Outer Space!

Prepare for an epic tale involving little people living on a piece of brocolli, vibrators flying through space and misplaced philosophical musings. All set in the futuristic eighties with their com-pu-tars and other such highly advanced machinery.


The Terror of Tiny Town

Sunday, August 2nd, 2009 by Sterf

The Terror of Tiny Town   terror of tiny town 83x120 full length movies Director: Sam Newfield
Writer:Fred Myton (writer), Clarence Marks (additional dialogue)
Release year: 1938

Little guys with big guns!

If you ever wanted to cross off ‘see a western with an all-midget cast’ of your list of things to achieve in life, here’s your chance. The Terror of Tiny Town is pretty much a standard western, but the all-midget cast and the fact that they ride Shetland ponies instead of horses and walk under the saloon doors makes for a pretty hallucinatory experience.


The Wasp Woman

Sunday, August 30th, 2009 by Vomitron

The Wasp Woman   WaspWoman 95x120 full length movies Director: Roger Corman
Writer: Leo Gordon
Release year: 1959

A beautiful woman by day – a lusting queen wasp by night.

When a professor develops a rejuvenating serum derived from a queen wasp, a cosmetic magnate beginning to feel her age decides to put herself to the test… with disastrous consequences.

Read the full review here.