FREE MOVIES AND TV FOR FRIDAY

Make Every Night MOVIE NIGHT

 

No need to run to the theater; with over 5,000 free movies and shows to choose from you can kick back at home for all your thrills, chills, twists, and turns. Your wallet (and movie snack budget) will thank you.

 

LAST CHANCE TO WATCH

 

Nothing lasts forever, but there’s still to watch these heroic hits before they’re gone.

 

 

General. Exile. Conqueror. King. Alexander the Great (Colin Farrell) wore many hats, and all of them are on full display in this sprawling 3-hour epic that tells the tale of the man who became legend.

 

 

What do you get when you take an artificially intelligent police robot, reboot its programming, and give it to a group of desperate gangsters played by alt hip-hop group Die Antwoord? Chappie! Peep his robo-flo for FREE on Movies On Us.

 

 

This isn’t your grandpa’s football. Or is it? The timeless struggle of old-school tradition versus new wave flair hit the gridiron in Any Given Sunday, and the sport will never be the same.

 

 

Snakes aren’t the only thing on a plane in Snakes on a Plane. There’s also a key witness hunted by the mob, deadly pheromones, plenty of F-bombs, and one mad as hell Sam Jackson. But mostly snakes. Better fasten your seatbelt.

 

TV TREASURES

 

Crime, comedy, and creatures unknown never go out of style. Check out full seasons of classic TV gems available for your free streaming pleasure.

 

 

While shows like The X-Files and The Twilight Zone have fictional phenomena covered, Unsolved Mysteries with Dennis Farina is your key to the creepy, suspenseful, and above all mysterious real-world happenings all around us.

 

 

Before they sell out stadiums and headline tours, tomorrow’s top comedians prove themselves in the gauntlet of smaller showcases. Coming to the Stage catches these rising stars in fine funny form.

 

 

We may never know what aliens would (or do…) really think of us, but fan favorite sitcom 3rd Rock from the Sun sure has some wild guesses, plus a who’s who of comedy greats and a teenage JGL.

 

FREE COLLECTIONS

 

 

Go big or go home. That’s the motto of these small-time crooks and big-time hustlers, putting it all on the line for one big score in Big Heists like The Big Bounce, Set Up, The 51st State, and Blood Ties.

 

 

Oh, snap! Whether you’re a true-blue 90s kid or just someone who appreciates the finer decades in life, Throwbacks: The 90s is all that and a bag of chips with A River Runs Through It, The Quick and the Dead, Leaving Las Vegas, Last Action Hero and more.

 

Get even more of the movies and TV you crave by checking out our full free collection here.

 

 

10 YEARS OF STEP BROTHERS

BIRTHDAY BOYS

 

 

It’s been a full decade since Brennan Huff (Will Ferrell) and Dale Doback (John C. Reilly) became best friends, rolling up their absurd antics and step-brotherly love in a little ball and shoving it into our collective heart. In honor of the auspicious occasion (second only to the all-important Catalina Wine Mixer), you can snag your digital copy of Step Brothers for just $7.99, even the somehow extra explicit Unrated version (if you dare).

 

 

Step Brothers may have started as a side-splitting, sleepwalking, boat-crashing, good time of a movie, but it has grown into so much more. Join us as we look back at the cultural impact of cinema’s most beloved man-children.

 

ROOM FOR ACTIVITIES

 

 

To say that Step Brothers was divisive when first released is a family-sized understatement. Roger Ebert was less than favorable in his review, pleading to know “what is going on here?” when faced with Ferrell, Reilly, and director Adam McKay’s relentless landslide of slapstick gags and filthy trash talk. But fans knew better, and the oddball comedy has grown into an endlessly quoted classic.

 

 

The sports world has developed a particular affection for Step Brothers; when the 2010 New Orleans Saints won the Super Bowl, the first thing out of anyone’s mouth was a Catalina Wine Mixer reference. The New York Yankees recreated an iconic scene from the movie for a 2016 promo, and celebrated an important trade with a Step Brothers gif the following year. Their fellow New Yorkers, the Giants, tried to get themselves fired up with a locker room showing of another classic clip, and while the message may have been confusing the humor was fully appreciated.

 

 

The Step Bro fan community has grown and flourished since 2008, with many fans taking their love of the movie far beyond casual quoting. John C. Reilly himself is admittedly shocked by the abundance (and placement) of Step Brothers tattoos. Joaquin Phoenix says it’s the movie he’s re-watched more than any other, and one dedicated fan even developed a popular theory linking Step Brothers to another Will Ferrell hit (hint: SANTAAAAAAA!!!).

 

 

Finally, and perhaps inevitably, there has emerged the ultimate homage the likes of which the world has never seen: the 100% real, authentic annual Catalina Wine Mixer. That’s right; Step Brothers super fans actually gather for a yearly beach party complete with cover band, wine tastings, helicopters, and a screening of the movie in Catalina. Just make sure not to request any pre-80s Billy Joel.

 

 

Add Step Brothers to you Vudu library today to honor 10 years of naked drumming, bunkbed collapses, and playground brawls, or check out the Step Brothers/The Other Guys Bundle or Buddy Comedy Pack for even more intense bromance.

 

 

NEW THIS WEEK: BREAKING IN, LIFE OF THE PARTY, AND MORE

PLUS PRE-ORDERS, RENTALS, AND MOVIES STILL IN THEATERS

 

SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE

 

This week’s new releases has it all, with comedy, thrillers, action, and horror to please every mood and every palate. Find what you’re craving and more, and create your own truly memorable movie night.

 

 

These home invaders messed with the wrong mom. Watch Gabrielle Union, outsmart, outmaneuver, and outfight a ruthless crew of thieves who mistakenly threaten her kids in Breaking In. Watch all the action in the cinematic quality of 4K + HDR, or go all out with the Unrated version.

 

 

She’s going back to school after a brief hiatus. Ok, a brief multi-decade hiatus. Can newly divorced mom, Deanna, finish college, bond with her daughter/classmate, and put the mean girls in their place? Who knows, she’s got a lot to learn along the way. One thing she’s sure to learn? How to be the Life of the Party.

 

 

In a hostile harbor with hostages on the line, the eight-person Jiaolong Assault Team prepares for a mission with no guarantees. Operation Red Sea is the Chinese import that won’t disappoint. No tariffs here, just unrelenting action. If you like Wolf Warrior, you don’t want to miss this.

 

 

Nothing brings a broken family together like the spectral spirit of their lost child, even if they can’t agree what it all means. Part horror, part family drama; The Keeping Hours will haunt you in more ways than one.

 

 

“One last job” just never goes according to plan. For an elderly safecracker fresh out of prison, the key to a better life could mean ending up back where he started. Watch the wicked roam at night, in The Midnighters.

 

NEW TO RENT

 

 

The game’s not over until they say it is. Get ready for a pop culture explosion with post-apocalyptic fallout when you log in to Ready Player One.

 

STILL IN THEATERS

 

 

When a disgraced celebrity and her obsessed fan team up to feed her fame addiction, nothing is out of bounds. Broken Star is your front-row seat to their symbiotic self-destruction.

 

 

It’s the Outback vs. outer space when alien forces invade an Australian country town in Occupation. Bullets, lasers, and banter fly as the locals prove anything but accommodating.

 

PRE-ORDER

 

 

Denzel Washington is back as Robert McCall, ex-CIA protector of the innocent, deliverer of righteous vengeance, and…Lyft driver? The only thing higher than the surge pricing is the body count in The Equalizer 2.

 

 

Bask in waves of nostalgia for a fan-favorite jukebox musical! Soak up the good vibes of an all-star cast singing and dancing their hearts out! Hear the rest of ABBA’s discography! In other words, enjoy Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.

 

 

FREE MOVIES AND TV FOR FRIDAY

GET YOUR SUMMER CHILL ON

 

Looking to beat the heat this weekend? Why not cool off indoors and kick back with a marathon of fan-favorite free movies and TV? With gripping documentaries, kids’ classics, and high-octane action flicks to choose from, your weekend watch-fest is made in the shade.

 

NEW THIS WEEK

 

 

What do Nirvana, Fleetwood Mac, Rick Springfield, and Rage Against the Machine all have in common? As director Dave Grohl will tell you in hard-rocking detail, they recorded some of their most iconic work at Sound City.

 

 

Kids say the darndest things, and (as any parent can attest) they eat some pretty messed-up stuff too. Billy’s putting them all to shame in How to Eat Fried Worms, a spectacle that will make kids cheer and grown-ups ill.

 

 

No, not the one from Deadpool 2. This Domino is a badass bounty hunter based on a (mostly) true story, and if she can outwit and outgun the mob, the casinos, and the DMV she just might be in for a major payday.

 

 

A man arrested and tortured without evidence. A wife left behind to pick up the pieces. A federal agent with a choice to make. Justice itself is put on trial as the rippling effects of Rendition unfold.

 

 

WEIRD AND WILD

 

Expand your mind with some stranger than fiction true stories and adventures in the unexplainable.

 

 

No power = no power. Power Trip’s documentary footage explores the political corruption and public backlash orbiting an American electric company’s play for control in post-Soviet Georgia.

 

 

Having something to say is one thing, getting people to listen is another. Speak follows the real-life finalists for the title of “World Champion of Public Speaking” as they tell their stories on their own terms.

 

 

What if the scientists from Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind made house calls? Explore the possibilities as the two memory-erasing everymen of Skeletons travel the land rubbing out people’s problems, and causing some of their own.

 

 

FREE COLLECTIONS

 

 

Sometimes good guys operate outside the law, and even when they don’t these hotshots and hired guns are serving up their own brand of righteousness. Take a trip out of bounds with Drive, The Quick and the Dead, Seeking Justice, Mercenaries and more in our Vigilante Action collection.

 

 

 

Keeping up with good TV is hard, unless someone rounds up free seasons of awesome shows and presents them to you in a blog post. Ta-da! Stream away with Top TV Picks like Pan Am, Sonic X, Drop Dead Diva, and Last Resort.

 

 

Can’t get enough free movies and TV? Check out our full free collection here.

 

 

NEW THIS WEEK: KINGS, TULLY, AND MORE

PLUS NEW RENTALS AND MOVIES STILL IN THEATERS

 

LEADING LADIES

 

Whether you’re in the mood for a heartfelt historical dramatization, a creepy crime thriller with a twist, or a dreamy indie drama, we’ve got fresh, women-led winners sure to make your movie night.

 

 

One fateful day lit the fuse on a city-wide powder keg. Two neighbors (Halle Berry and Daniel Craig) just might reach a new understanding if they can get through the 1992 Los Angeles riots in Kings.

 

 

 

Boy meets girl. Boy stalks and kidnaps girl. Girl isn’t going to stay put without a fight. See what happens next when Rosy makes her move.

 

 

She’s no Mary Poppins. When Charlize Theron’s Marlo is stretched too thin caring for her three young kids, Tully the night nanny arrives to make sure the household will never be the same.

 

 

NEW TO RENT

 

 

Renee may not have gotten a Cinderella-style miracle makeover, but she definitely thinks she has. Find out if that’s enough to make it in the modern world in I Feel Pretty.

 

 

Every dog has its day, and this isn’t it. With all of Megasaki City’s dogs banished to an Isle of Dogs, it will take one boy and a whole lot of courage to bring them back in this fun-filled Wes Anderson romp.

 

 

Meow they’ve done it. America’s worst state troopers take on Canada’s meanest mounties in Super Troopers 2, with all the pranks, bickering, and nonstop nonsense their duties demand.

 

 

When a woman captured by human traffickers reaches out for help, the two couples she contacts are drawn into a web of violence and corruption. Escape is anything but guaranteed in Traffik.

 

 

Should college students in movies learn not to mess around with evil forces beyond their control? Probably. Is it spooky fun to watch them try and escape a murderous game of Truth or Dare. Yes. Yes it is.

 

STILL IN THEATERS

 

 

Dozens of covertly counterfeited blue diamonds. Multiple deadly factions wrestling for power. One increasingly desperate Keanu. If you’re looking for action, you may want to visit Siberia.

 

 

It was supposed to be a miracle. It turned out to be a curse. Witness the horror as two priests document their findings in an Irish asylum at The Devil’s Doorway.

 

 

Part I Am Legend. Part Shaun of the Dead. All tension. Trapped alone in a high-rise apartment surrounded by zombies, one man must decide what to do the day after The Night Eats the World.