Monday Night Web Movie: 500 Full-Length Movies You Can Stream Completely Free

Anybody who's anybody refuses to own a TV these days. So, for those people who rely on the internet for their movie fix, here's a list of over 500 movies that you can view entirely for free.

We're not talking about pay-for streaming which allows unlimited viewing and tends to cause problems in Australie either. Rather, a list of old films scattered across sites like YouTube, the Internet Archive, Crackle, and Veoh. That are completely, entirely, 100 per cent free to watch. The movies — listed by OpenCulture — are split up by genre and the list includes a short explainer for each flick.

Which is fortunate because, while there are plenty of classics in there including films by Hitchcock and an armful of John Wayne westerns, some are rather more obscure. Check the entire list out here. [Open Culture via The Verge]

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Comments

    Maybe I'll have an early night . . . . . .

    "Anybody who’s anybody refuses to own a TV these days"
    That statement is a pretentious as the celebs it points to. I download a lot of content these days but I watch it on my 42" TV, not my PC monitor.

    Nothing is for free. What is the catch.

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