FREE MOVIES AND TV FOR FRIDAY

RECIPE FOR SUCCESS

 

A little spooky fun, a little high school drama, and a little bit of rock and roll. This week’s new free movies have everything you need for the perfect movie marathon.

 

NEW THIS WEEK

 

 

We’ve all flaked on our family from time to time, but abandoning them to pursue rock stardom means leaving on a pretty sour note. It’s going to take flair, forgiveness, and a whole lot of hair product for Ricki and the Flash to make things right.

 

 

Ever wonder what skeletons are hiding in someone’s closet? For businessman, philanthropist, and serial killer Mr. Brooks, there’s some real flesh and bone next to his designer loafers.

 

 

Zombies, vampires, and humans… unite? Forget everything you know about horror movies, because these small-town Freaks of Nature are teaming up to kick some alien butt.

 

 

As teens we all thought we had all the answers, and for Charlie Bartlett it just might be true. He’s playing therapist to a school-full of anxious, depressed, and ignored classmates, and maybe even becoming popular along the way.

 

INSIDE LOOKING OUT

 

Sometimes finding yourself means looking where you least expect. These stories of self-discovery take their protagonists off the beaten path.

 

 

Scripted lines, real angst. 20,000 Days on Earth follows enigmatic rocker Nick Cave on a semi-autobiographical, semi-documentary roller coaster of inspiration and creative kismet.

 

 

There’s the home you make, and the home that makes you. Four American teenagers adopted from China will head back to their ancestral homeland to link their two worlds from Somewhere Between.

 

 

Life on the reservation is hard for Virgil First Raise, even before he wakes up in a ditch to find his wife and his rifle long gone. Finding them will be harder still, but find them he will, in Winter in the Blood.

 

More movies, more TV, and more ways to make your night in a night to remember. That’s what you’ll find in our full free collection here.

 

And check out the full list of titles leaving Movies On Us here.

NEW THIS WEEK: THE SPY WHO DUMPED ME, NEW RENTALS, AND MORE

DOUBLE AGENTS

 

 

Everyone imagines what it’s like to be a spy: karate chopping terrorists, infiltrating secret organizations, and jumping out of expensive foreign cars as they crash into helicopters. But what if you and your best friend had to be spies right now, with no training, no gadgets, and no idea what’s going on?

 

In The Spy Who Dumped Me, Audrey (Mila Kunis) and Morgan (Kate McKinnon) are two average gals on a daring (and possibly deadly) Eurotrip to clean up after Audrey’s CIA agent ex. They may be underqualified and under attack, but you can watch them fight, drive, and disguise their way to mission accomplished in up to 4K + UHD quality.

 

NEW TO RENT

 

 

There’s more to shrinking than swimming in cereal bowls. Justice is a dish best served hors d’oeuvre size, and Ant-Man and the Wasp are at your service.

 

 

As kids we’re told not to talk to strangers, and forgetting the lesson as adults can have deadly consequences. Unfriended: Dark Web dives deep into the dark side of the internet, with hauntingly real results.

 

 

Some adventures are too big to come back from. Coyote: The Mike Plant Story chronicles the zigs, zags, and final frontiers of a man who took American sailing where it had never been before.

 

STILL IN THEATERS

 

 

Casper is a harmless apparition. The ghosts of The Grudge are deadly demons. The fading phantasms of I Still See You seem to fall in the first category… until they don’t.

 

 Practically perfect even after 20 years

 

 

Magic never ages, and neither does this cult classic as it celebrates its 20th anniversary. It’s been two decades since the Owens sisters (Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman) outfoxed fate, curses, and killers with a little Practical Magic. If you’ve ever wished to spirit away a parking ticket or turn their ex into a frog, it’s time to revisit this cult classic and have a bewitching time.

 

 

PARTY ON WITH A MAMMA MIA! HERE WE GO AGAIN MOVIE NIGHT

IT’S ALL GREEK TO US

 

 

No more being brokenhearted; Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again is finally here! Fans far and wide can enjoy Sophie’s new adventures and Donna’s untold story all baked into one ABBA-riffic baklava of singing, dancing, and feel-good fun.

 

With the star-studded original cast, uber-talented newcomers, and a treasure trove of brand new musical numbers, Here We Go Again is the disco-dancing prequel/sequel that Mamma Mia! fans have been waiting for.

 

First and foremost, you’re gonna need some killer dance moves. Our friend and travel blogger @JeanaTravels headed over to Greece to find out more about the making of Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, which included getting her groove on with one of the choreographers from the film.

 

 

If you and your friends are ready to dance, jive, and have the time of your life, your ship has definitely come in. To celebrate the release of the film’s fun-filled sing-along version, you’ll find everything you need to guide you through your very own Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again Movie Night in the PDFs below.

 

Get easy decorating and fashion tips that’ll bring you so close to Greece that you’ll swear you can hear the sea, fun recipes that will make your taste buds sing as loud as the music, and much more. Simply click each of the images below, download the PDFs, and you’ll be ready to party like it’s 1979.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grab Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, press play, and let the dance party begin!

 

 

FREE MOVIES AND TV FOR FRIDAY

october movie fest

 

It’s here! The month of ghosts, goblins, and grande pumpkin spice lattes is finally upon us. Show your spooky spirit by watching some caped capers, daring deeds, and mysterious missions.

 

NEW THIS WEEK

 

 

Bats may be a scary thing to encounter in real life, but only Gotham City’s criminals need fear the Batman. Michael Keaton’s caped crusader is a staunch and severe instrument of justice, perfectly opposed by the maniacal Joker (Jack Nicholson).

 

 

Hit that snooze alarm, because the dark knight isn’t finished yet. Batman Returns for double the trouble as he faces off with the viciously vengeful Penguin and enchanting, enigmatic Catwoman.

 

 

Two of action’s action-iest heroes meet one inescapable prison in the ultimate cage match. Watch Stallone and Schwarzenegger team up to execute the Escape Plan of a lifetime.

 

 

Special Agent Gracie Hart (Sandra Bullock) is great at what she does, but what she does doesn’t include makeup, heels, or tiaras. Until now. If she can master the power of pageantry she’ll take down one of the FBI’s most wanted terrorists, and maybe even be crowned Miss Congeniality.

STATE OF THE ART

 

In pursuit of justice, expression, or recognition, the talented artists in these documentaries can’t help but show their true colors.

 

 

The South African triumph over apartheid was achieved not in silence but in bursts of joyous and mournful song. Amandla! A Revolution in Four-Part Harmony showcases the music that made up the movement.

 

 

Before it was on TV screens, movie sets, and world stages, krump was an underground dance phenomenon held up by a devoted subculture of passionate young artists. Rize is a celebration of their work and the dance form’s evolution.

 

 

He’s not the biggest, the scariest, or the most muscular, but when it comes to bending steel he’s the strongest around. Strongman is the story of one man with one talent, and the highs and lows of a life spent honing shining it to perfection.

 

FREE COLLECTIONS

 

 

No need to brave the cold to find excitement, you can sit the whole household down and enjoy Adventures for the Family like Osmosis Jones, Son of the Mask, I Spy, and Beverly Hills Ninja.

 

 

Fall TV is in full swing, and that includes free full seasons of hit shows. You can host your own marathon of New TV like Rescue Me, Rules of Engagement, Marry Me, and more, no cable required.

 

You’d better believe we’ve got even more awesome free movies and TV in our full free collection. Take a look here.

 

 

NEW THIS WEEK: ANT-MAN AND THE WASP, UNFRIENDED: DARK WEB, AND MORE

PLUS RENTALS AND PRE-ORDERS

 

WEIRD WORLDS

 

The quantum realm. The dark web. Dark money groups. The heroes of this week’s new releases are taking trips to the other side, and their mileage may vary.

 

 

Ant-Man’s (begrudgingly) back in action with his newly suited partner-in-justice in Ant-Man and the Wasp. The variably-sized heroes will need a giant-sized helping of teamwork as they shrink, grow, and shock their way to victory against the mysterious, phase-shifting ghost.

 

 

The dark web is a hive of illegal, immoral, and unspeakable activity, and once you’re in, you may never get out. The stakes are higher, the truth is more twisted, and the danger is all too real in Unfriended: Dark Web.

 

 

Following the money has never been this hard – or this important. As the unseen forces that guide our electoral process do everything in their power to remain in the shadows, one documentarian is determined to shine the light on their Dark Money.

 

NEW TO RENT

 

 

In Sicario, he got his revenge. In Sicario: Day of the Soldado, haunted hitman Alejandro walks the long road to redemption, where friends and enemies sometimes share a face.

 

 

For anyone who has watched the Purge movies only to wonder how this barbaric practice could possibly have taken root, The First Purge has the unfiltered (and unexpected) answers.

 

 

She’s here, she’s fierce, and she’s not done yet. RBG chronicles the life and times of America’s most notorious Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, from early aspirations to career-defining decisions.

 

PRE-ORDER

 

 

The reviews are in, and Venom’s twisted take on the buddy movie has sunk its teeth into comic and movie fans alike. Pre-order your copy this Friday 10/5 and get ready to unleash your inner symbiote.