Hey Tightwads, it’s that time again. Tightwad Terror Tuesday is back with another batch of free movies, from the internet to your eyeballs.
Cooties is about an elementary school that ends up with a bad bunch of chicken nuggets which turns the kids into malicious zombies. A group of teachers have to fight their way out to survive the epidemic. This 2014 movie is good for both laughs and scares. Its opening scene will alos put you off chicken nuggets for a while. The awesome cast includes Elijah Wood (who also produced it through his SpectreVision company), Leigh Whannell (who helped write the screenplay), Alison Pill, Rainn Wilson, Jack McBrayer, and Jorge Garcia. Catch Cooties right here at TubiTV.
The self-explanatorily named Creature Feature is a 2015 anthology movie about a Halloween party at which the revelers exchange scary stories. The stories, making up the segments in the film, feature zombies, werewolves, scarecrows, serial killers, witches, and even a creepy clown. Creature Feature owes a huge debt of gratitude to Creepshow, but that’s not a bad thing. If anthology horror movies are your thing, you could do a whole lot worse. Check out Creature Feature here at Vudu.
Burning Bright is about a young woman and her autistic little brother who find themselves trapped inside an impenetrable house during a hurricane…with a hungry tiger. Yep, you read that right. This 2010 offering is part Panic Room and part Roar. Briana Evigan stars as the young woman, Charlie Tahan plays the little brother, and Garret Dillahunt shows up as the stepfather who procured the tiger in the first place. See Burning Bright here at TubiTV.
Pigs is a 1972 shocker that revolves around a young woman who was committed to a mental hospital after she murdered her abusive father. She escapes and hooks up with a farmer who has a den of pigs that enjoy the taste of human flesh. She goes about killing men who remind her of her father, and you can figure out where the bodies go. Remember, this was almost thirty years before Hannibal. Watch Pigs right here at Daily Motion.
Part ecological horror movie and part good old-fashioned creature feature, The Being is a 1983 flick about a mutant monster who terrorizes a town and the men who are trying to stop him, most notably a chemist and a detective. Written and directed by Jackie Kong, The Being stars Martin Landau as the chemist, Bill Osco as the detective, and Jose Ferrer as the mayor of the luckless town. It also features an appearance by Ruth Buzzi. You can find The Being right here on YouTube.