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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