Free Movies – The World Is Your Oyster
Firstly, if you’re in USA, here’s a free Movie for ya! 7 Hours On Earth on TUBITV.
And if you’re in the UK, you can watch it HERE
Otherwise, here’s a little help finding Free Movies.
So, you want to watch a movie, but your wallet is feeling a little light. No problem! There are plenty of ways to watch movies for free. Here are 5 of our favorites:
1) Check out your local library. They often have movies available to borrow for free. This is an often overlooked way of watching free movies. The upside is there are no time constraints, you can always renew the borrow, and you can literally stand there and browse real boxes.
Oh yes’m this brings me to the downside of library free movies: they are on discs. DVD’s usually.
2) Watch trailers online. Trailers can give you a good idea of whether or not a movie is worth watching in its entirety. Granted, it won’t even give you time to open the popcorn let alone eat it before you have to switch to another offering but you’d be surprised how many free movies are linked to a trailer. Here’s one:
3) Use streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, or Amazon Prime. Many of these services offer free trials or limited subscription plans that include access to their movie libraries. I’ve watched tons of free movies on streaming channels through their free trails.
I have to admit I have often then gone on to keep the subscription. But that’s more an indication of my laziness rather than what the average Joe will manage.
4) Find free movies online. There are tons of websites where you can watch movies for free, without having to sign up for any fees. TUBITV is the platform of choice for our movie, 7 Hours on Earth, for viewers in the USA and there are many others such as RLAXX, REVEEL or HOOPLA
5) Hit up the second hand store! You can sometimes find some amazing DVDs for just $1 (£0.75) , which is a great deal if you don’t mind watching older movies. And let’s face it, the older ones are the best (Ooops!, giving my age away there)
Movies are a huge part of our culture. They can make us cry, they can make us laugh, and sometimes they can even inspire us. But what’s the cost of this entertainment? Sometimes it seems like we’re paying more and more for movies, whether it’s through tickets or movie rentals/streaming services.
I’m not saying that all mainstream movies are terrible, but sometimes it’s worth looking beyond the big blockbusters to find good cheap or free movies. Check out your local independent theater, or search for lesser-known flicks on streaming services like Netflix or Hulu.
You never know what hidden gems you’ll find! Plus, it’s a great way to support up-and-coming filmmakers. So next time you’re bored and don’t feel like spending a lot of money, give one of these alternatives a try. I promise you won’t be disappointed!
Of course, one way to gain access to, or even a VIP seat to, a free movie is to make it yourself.
I know what you’re thinking. You want to make your own movie but you don’t want to spend the money.
Or maybe you’ve just seen a movie that’s really bad and think, “I could do better than that.” But how much would it really cost?
It turns out, not as much as you might think! In this blog post, we’ll break down all the costs associated with making your own movie from start to finish. So read our coming blog on the subject. You never know, you may end up with the ultimate free movie pass.
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