B- Classic Movies Now Online

If you get your kicks from uber kitschy B- films, then we’ve got a lit­tle some­thing for you. AMC has launched a new site called B- Minus Clas­sics, which we have added to our grow­ing col­lec­tion of Free Movies Online. (Our list now con­tains 125 free clas­sic movies, and numer­ous sites where you can watch free movies online). AMC describes its new site as:

Your new go-to site for B‑movies by the likes of John Car­pen­ter (Dark Star) and Roger Cor­man (Saga of the Viking Women). Now online and in full screen, watch unsung clas­sics like Asy­lum by Psy­cho screen­writer Robert Block or Cor­ri­dors of Blood with the inim­itable Christo­pher Lee. Want to see inter­na­tion­al icons before they made it big? Check out Raquel Welch in A Swingin’ Sum­mer or kung fu king Son­ny Chi­ba in Ter­ror Beneath the Sea. Look­ing for the unex­pect­ed? How about The Ruth­less Four, a spaghet­ti West­ern star­ring Klaus Kin­s­ki. Now updat­ed with even more B‑movies fea­tur­ing femmes fatales (The Cat Girl), jun­gle adven­tures (Curse of the Voodoo) and talk­ing ven­tril­o­quist’s dum­mies (Dev­il Doll). What­ev­er your B‑movie taste, BMC has got you cov­ered.

Thanks to @brainkpicker for flag­ging this new col­lec­tion.

Classic French Films Online (for the UK)

frenchfilmsA quick item for UK read­ers. (Did you know that we get more vis­i­tors from Lon­don than any oth­er city each day?) Start­ing Tues­day, theauteurs.com will be fea­tur­ing clas­sic French films from the 1960s. Each day brings a new film, and the vir­tu­al film fes­ti­val includes Truf­faut’s Les qua­tre cents coups, Alain Resnais’ Hiroshi­ma, Mon Amour, Godard­’s Mas­culin féminin: 15 faits pré­cis and anoth­er Truf­faut film, Jules et Jim. Sev­en days, sev­en free films, all sub­ti­tled. Get the full sched­ule here. For those out­side the UK, you can find some con­so­la­tion in our col­lec­tion of Free Movies Online. It now fea­tures over 130 films direct­ed by Kuro­sawa, Hitch­cock, Capra, Cop­po­la, Scors­ese, Taran­ti­no, and oth­ers, plus 35 sites where you can watch free movies online. If we’re miss­ing any­thing good, please let us know.

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