Hey Tightwads! It’s that time of the week again! Get ready for free movies from iHorror and Tightwad Terror Tuesday!
Horns stars Daniel Radcliffe (yes, Harry Potter himself) as a young man whose girlfriend is brutally raped and murdered. He is considered the prime suspect, but shortly after her death, he sprouts horns on his head and develops supernatural mental powers that he can use to search for the real killer.
Based on a novel by Joe Hill (better known as Stephen King’s son), this 2013 movie is a wonderful mix of the fantastical and the horrifying. It’s directed by Alexandre Aja and the support cast includes heavyweights like Juno Temple, James Remar, Kathleen Quinlan, and Heather Graham. Check out Horns here at TubiTV.
The Wailing is about a detective who travels to a remote village in South Korea to investigate a series of mysterious deaths. His investigation leads him to a mysterious stranger who is believed to be using a demon to curse people, causing them to fall ill and die. The stakes are raised when he learns that his daughter may be next on the list.
This 2016 flick is South Korean horror at its finest. At over two and a half hours, The Wailing runs a little long in the tooth, but the surprising twists keep it fresh and intriguing. Catch The Wailing here at Vudu.
The Rage: Carrie 2
The Rage: Carrie 2 is, just as the title implies, a 1999 sequel to Brian De Palma’s classic 1976 Stephen King adaptation Carrie. The story is essentially the same; it’s about an outcast high school girl who discovers that she has the power of telekinesis, and she makes her bullies and tormentors pay.
The Rage: Carrie 2 is a better updating of the Carrie story than the actual 2013 remake. It was directed by Katt Shea, represents the film debut of Emily Bergl, and even has an appearance by Amy Irving as Sue Snell from the original film. Check out The Rage: Carrie 2 here at TubiTV.
The Glass Coffin
The Glass Coffin is about a young actress who is picked up by a limosine to go to an awards ceremony…and is promptly abducted. Her cell phone disabled, the actress is at the mercy of the mysterious voice that serves as her only contact with the outside world.
This 2016 Spanish movie is a clever little contained thriller. Fans of movies like Buried or Submerged will enjoy this one. Check out The Glass Coffin here at Vudu.
The Devil Inside
One of the more disappointing releases of 2012, The Devil Inside is about a young woman who decides to make a documentary about her mother who has been confined to a mental hospital in Italy for murdering a handful of priests. She and her cameraman discover that the problems with her mother have nothing to do with mental illness – and everything to do with demonic possession.
Of course, The Devil Inside is a found footage movie, and honestly, this one’s kind of bad. But it’s not as bad as many horror fans have made it out to be; the biggest disappointment is the ending, which isn’t even an ending. No spoilers, but nothing is resolved, and it’s the cheapest cop-out ever. See for yourself here at Crackle.
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Feature image courtesy Chris Fischer.