Welcome to Knockout Horror and to another Horror Movie List. We recently covered Five Fantastic Horror Movies Free on Tubi. Well, how would you like five more? Today we are taking a look at five more fantastic horror movies that you can watch for free on Tubi.
Free Horror Movies Online
As we said in our last Tubi article. Finding horror movies online can be a real pain in the arse. With the huge number of streaming services around. It would cost an arm and a leg to subscribe to them all. There is little more deflating than looking for a movie. Only to realise it is on a service you don’t subscribe to.
So what can you do about it? Well, you can check out the streaming service Tubi. Tubi has a ridiculous number of decent horror movies completely free. If you are a horror veteran, you can find some fantastic classics. If you are new to horror, it will take you a long time to get through everything they have on offer.
The best part is it is all completely free. Sure, you may have to watch an ad here or there. That’s a small price to pay for free horror, though. Tubi seems to be adding movies frequently as well. The list will only grow and we will keep putting out features covering them. Naturally, all of these movies were on the service as of writing. They may move on at some point but Tubi is always worth checking out. There should always be something worth watching.
Horror Movies on Tubi?
Today we are offering a list of 5 More Fantastic horror movies you can find for free right now. All of these movies offer some serious horror scares. All come recommended by Knockout Horror, as well. For those who don’t know. Tubi is an ad supported movie streaming service launched by Fox in 2014. They have a decent selection of horror and it comes at no cost to you. What’s better than free frights?
Simply pick a movie, kick back and relax. Some of these movies we have reviewed and some we haven’t. I will get around to all of them eventually and add review links. I have watched all of them, though, and all come recommended. If you are looking to be scared without opening your wallet. It’s time to turn off the lights and check out these horror classics.
Tubi in the UK and Other Countries?
Users in the UK and other countries can access this service. You will need a VPN or geo unblocker to bypass content restrictions, though. I recommend Windscribe. I use it, it works really well with little to no buffering. Which is extra impressive given that I live rurally and have 4G internet.
Windscribe offers free plans with data limits that should do the job for a movie or two. Using my link will grab you an extra GB of data. I, personally, use a custom built pro plan. It’s $3 a month for unlimited data and just the VPN locations I need. In this case, the US. This is the cheapest way to use a VPN with unlimited data that I have found.
5 More Horror Movies Free on Tubi
There is no theme for today’s list. This is a wide range of movies. The only thing they have in common is that they are all free and all come recommended by Knockout Horror. These movies are in no particular order. Some are better than others but the list doesn’t follow a ranking structure. It’s just a bunch of great movies that you can watch completely free. Let’s take a look.
5. Eden Lake (2008)
A British and French horror collaboration. Eden Lake is one of the best sleeper hits to come out of the UK in the 2000s. Gritty, brutal and utterly uncompromising. This is a movie that will likely stay with you long after you have finished watching.
Following a couple aiming to get away from the hustle and bustle for awhile. They instead find themselves victims of a cruel mob of murderous youths.
Portraying a horrific vision of Chav culture in the British isles. Eden Lake can be a difficult watch but is incredibly effective in its representation of anti social behaviour in the UK. Well worth a watch if you fancy something a bit grim and very British.
We haven’t reviewed this movie yet but likely will in the future. IMDB users awarded it an average score of 6.7/10. Rotten Tomatoes has the movies at a certified Fresh Rating of 80% with a score of 6.4/10. The audience almost agrees with a rating of 66% and a score of 3.4/5.
4. They Look Like People (2015)
They Look Like People may be one of those movies that doesn’t appeal to everyone. It may also prompt people to ask whether it is even a horror. They Look Like People is slow burning, lacking in story and very character focused. It is not a horror movie for anyone looking for scares and action. It is glacial and asks a lot of its viewers.
What it is, however, is a powerful study into the impact of mental illness and a touching story of friendship. Following the story of two friends who lost touch. Their recent reconnection results in a horrifying situation. As one of the friends is convinced that alien creatures walk the earth disguised as humans. Intent on world domination.
They Look Like People plays with themes of psychosis and altered reality in a way that few movies ever have. It is captivating and, at times, unsettling. Loved by critics but received in a lukewarm manner by the public. This is one of my favourite indie horror movies and well worth a watch. It won’t universally please, however, so just don’t expect too much.
IMDB users awarded the movie an average score of 5.9/10. Rotten Tomatoes has the movie as certified Fresh with a rating of 92% and an average score of 7.2/10. The audience is less effusive with a fresh rating of 59% but a strong average score of 3.4/5.
3. The Blair Witch Project (1999)
Are there any horror movies as synonymous with a subgenre as The Blair Witch Project is with Found Footage? I’m not sure but it is fair to say that The Blair Witch Project kicked off an obsession with the Found Footage style that still survives to this day. Ultra low budget but an absolute box office smash. It is hard to understate the importance of this movie to a flagging horror genre back in the late 90s.
While not the scariest movie and perhaps suffering from a little overhyping. This is still utterly worth a watch. Punching well above its weight and often being extremely effective. The Blair Witch Project is as important a horror movie as any from the genre.
Following the story of a group of students roaming the woods making a documentary about a local witch. The Blair Witch Project follows a simple formula. Stick a few friends in the woods, get them lost and scare the hell out of them. Committed performances and some effective moments of tension keep you engaged. The movie has aged well. Now that the hype is a thing of the past. It can be appreciated for what it is. A great low budget horror full of innovation.
We awarded The Blair Witch project a solid 7.5/10 as part of our K-O-Ween 31 Days of Halloween 2022 feature. IMDB users aren’t far off with an average of 6.5/10. Rotten Tomatoes have the movie as certified Fresh with a rating of 86% and a massive average score of 7.6/10. The audience disagrees somewhat with a fresh rating of 56% and a score of 3.2/5.
Check out our review of The Blair Witch Project right here. Take a look at the movie on Tubi here.
2. May (2002)
Written and directed by Lucky McKee and starring the fantastic Angela Bettis. May is a weird and wonderful horror movie that is both disturbing and darkly comic. A low-key favourite horror movie of mine. May features Angela Bettis at her quirky and unique best.
Following the story of a veterinary assistance with a love of perfection. May quickly descends into elements of body horror as our leading lady attempts to assemble the perfect partner. Both gory and disturbing at times. May provokes laughs as well as feelings of revulsion.
It’s a strange movie full of the presentation oddities common with McKee’s films. It is also a difficult watch in parts but is sure to cause a few laughs. Loads of fun but maybe a little too weird for some. May is definitely worth a watch if you fancy something a little bit strange.
We haven’t reviewed May yet but will be doing soon. IMDB users have awarded the movie a solid 6.6/10. Rotten Tomatoes has May certified Fresh with a rating of 70% and an average score of 6.10/10. The audience is even more effusive with a rating of 75% Fresh and an average score of 3.8/5.
1. Hellraiser (1987)
These movies aren’t in a traditional ranked order. They are all worth a watch so ranking them would be silly. But, if you are looking for a movie to take the number 1 spot. There are a number of options on Tubi. Carrie, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Babadook. Tubi is pretty stacked in that respect. The one I am going to go with, however, Is Hellraiser.
Following the story of a woman killing to restore the body of her ex-boyfriend. Before inadvertently summoning a group of demonic creatures with a lust for blood. Hellraiser is a classic British horror from the legendary Clive Barker.
Its themes of BDSM, adultery and sado masochism may not be for everyone. It split viewers on its release and still does to this day. But Hellraiser’s slow, considered, pace and brutal violence is still effective.
The iconic Pin head and his gang of Cenobites are a part of horror history. Instantly recognisable and terrifying in their motivations. Well worth a watch, though, perhaps, not the best movie on Tubi. Hellraiser stands out against a backdrop of generic 80’s slasher movies.
We awarded Hellraiser a solid 7.7 as part of our 2022 K-O-Ween 31 Days of Halloween feature. IMDB users almost agree with a score of 6.9/10. Rotten Tomatoes has the movie as certified Fresh with a rating of 70% and an average score of 6.5/10. The audience appreciates it a little more with a 75% Fresh rating and an average of 3.8/5.
You can take a look at our review of Hellraiser here. You can watch Hellraiser on Tubi by clicking this link.
Thanks for Reading
So that is 5 more fantastic horror movies you can watch for free on Tubi. Hope you enjoyed the list and find something to enjoy. There will be more to come so keep your eyes here.
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