Free YouTube Movies That Should Be On Your Must-Watch List

Free YouTube Movies That Should Be On Your Must-Watch List

YouTube might be best known for short viral
clips. But you may not know that YouTube also offers
thousands of free movies as well. Yes, on YouTube you can watch everything from
indie films uploaded by their creators, to modern movies released for free by major studios,
to classic films that are now in the public domain. In fact, there are so many options it can
be hard to know where to start. That’s why we’ve put together this list of
some of the best free movies on YouTube. Kung Fury This comedy-action indie was produced as a
tribute to the awesome action films of the 1980s. In the film, a Miami detective is simultaneously
struck by lightning and bitten by a cobra — which, obviously, gives him superhuman
Kung Fu powers. “Game over.” He uses the new power granted to him to clean
up the streets of Miami. But our hero faces his worst adversary yet
when he comes face-to-face with Kung Fu master…Adolf Hitler. Ka-pow! Margot at the Wedding This dark comedy follows the story of Margot
and her son Claude as they visit Margot’s sister Pauline for her wedding to the unsuccessful
artist and musician Malcolm. “Expectation just turns to disappointment
so ultimately I’d rather not share.” But the plot is secondary to the awesome cast:
it features Nicole Kidman as Margot, Jennifer Jason-Leigh as Pauline, and a hilarious performance
from Jack Black in the role of the unmotivated and socially inept Malcolm. It’s a winner. Four Horsemen In this independent British documentary, the
filmmakers take a hard look at current banking and economic practices in Western countries,
as well as the War on Terror, and how it all connects to our monetary policies. Time Out London critic Derek Adams wrote: “Instead of bombarding us with sensational
imagery and scaremongering, this competently narrated, intelligibly structured and cleverly
illustrated film presents its case via a succession of insights from a group of smart, rational
orators.” In other words, it’s not exactly your typical
YouTube video… “Leave me alone, please.” Slacker Not to be confused with the 2002 movie Slackers,
this 1991 independent comedy-drama marked the directorial debut of Richard Linklater,
who would go on to direct classics like Boyhood and Dazed and Confused. “That’s what I like about these high school
girls, man. I get older they stay the same age.” Featuring a uniquely unstructured storyline,
Slacker is a slice of time—a day in the life of multiple 20-something misfits as they
drift through Austin, Texas. Shot with a single 16mm camera on a micro
budget of just $23,000, many filmmakers — including Kevin Smith — have cited Slacker as a major
source of inspiration and the start of the ’90s independent movie movement. “The people they need, like scientist, you
heard about that. All the missing scientist around the world
and those that mysteriously dying. That’s all part of the recruiting process. I really hope you friend is not, well. They need a lot of lackeys to do the labor
though. So they will be looking for ordinary guys. You know, like you and me.” Funny About Love While Funny About Love was pretty much universally
panned by critics upon its release, it might deserve another look. Why? Well, it was directed by the legendary Leonard
Nimoy, stars the late, great Gene Wilder, and has an interesting take on the whole “ticking
biological clock” trope — but from a man’s perspective. Wilder’s comedic genius shines through in
several places, making Funny About Love a good pick for a cheap date night flick. “Take this, take this thing” Night of the Living Dead Considered by many to be the seminal zombie
movie, Night of the Living Dead has been massively influential on the horror genre in the decades
since its release. George A. Romero’s directorial debut is more
atmospheric than most modern zombie films, focusing instead on the effects of a zombie
outbreak in a small town, with most of the film is set within the house where the cast
members take refuge. “I ought to drag you out there and feed you
those things.” Walking Dead’s got nothing on this… “Liar” Nosferatu F.W. Murnau’s 1922 silent classic Nosferatu
is required watching material for all horror fans. The earliest surviving example of a major
vampire film, actor Max Schreck delivers a mesmerizing performance as the ghastly vampire
in this unauthorized adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula. It’s amazing the movie even exists, as a court
once ordered all copies to be destroyed after Stoker’s estate sued for copyright infringement. But loyal fans secretly saved it and passed
copies around — making it one of the first true viral videos ever. Only fitting for the original bed intruder… “So y’all need to hide yo kids, hide yo wife
and hide yo husband because they rapping everybody out here.” Thanks for watching! Subscribe to our YouTube channel to watch
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  1. fucking pissed nightmare on elm street got taken down , starving In Serbia , A daughters nightmare, all the final destinations
    I HATE COPY RIGHT idk if the Norman reeuds movies got taken down yet

  2. What about the videos claiming to be full length movies but then end up being the production logo for about an hour and a half

  3. Why the flapper jacks is Margot the Furnace by VideoBakery NOT on this list. VideoBakery makes great free videos that are also very funny to. And if you dont know who VideoBakery is, you need to look them up. Best underrated youtubers out there.

  4. Guys, this is all shit. Watch "BORN OF HOPE" on youtube. It is a low budget movie about Aragorn's father, Arathorn (so taking place in the Lord of the Rings-universe).

  5. Night of the Living Dead was a great horror movie for its time, much better than any of the spin-offs, Day of the Dead, Dawn of the Dead, etc,, that followed.

  6. I've watched so many movies on YouTube. I'd recommend many of them. One I can recommend is Sole Survivor with William Shatner.

  7. Slacker is great, a must-watch for the today's bored generation, even though it was made, like 15 years ago. Night of the Living Dead is definitely worth watching even today, given the popularity of Walking Dead if nothing else, it laid the groundwork for the modern zombie genre as we know it–after watching countless times I still find the simulated news reports compelling. Although even that movie was derivative of earlier films (Last Man on Earth). Nosferatu is a classic, still visually interesting, relevant given the current popularity of vampire films (it was the one of the first). Worth watching and you can FF over the slow spots.

  8. I didn't really care for Night of the Living Dead, but it is one of those movies you come to appreciate even if you'll never love it.

  9. The Four Horseman is a very good watch. It is quite long but worth it. It's quite scary how similar times are now as to the fall of Rome. Definitely worth the watch.

  10. If you're a fan of "lost classics," obscure films, and black-and-white films, try "Love From a Stranger" (Basil Rathbone & Ann Harding, 1937). Basil Rathbone plays a conniving, smooth-talking con man who wives don't last long.
    (I won't tell you any more – give it a try!) :))

  11. Sorceress with two twin sisters who were in playboy back in the day, and they get naked with a horrific plot and so bad in a good way IMHO.

  12. Snow White and the Huntsman is on here, but it is one of those with poor sound quality and a frame around it, making it a smaller viewing screen. 🤔

  13. I saw Night of the living dead as a teenager and it scared me. I watched "The Last man on Earth" which is the first movie made about "I am Legend" book by Richard Matheson. This movie stars Vincent Price,who was my first movie crush. It is a good watch. Thank you for sharing.

  14. I just played a score for Nosferatu and watched the movie afterwards. It's actually quite funny because of how exaggerated the actors' faces are. But otherwise, it's interesting.

  15. Actually, there are a lot of free movies on YouTube. You just have to look. I find a lot of Asian Movies, but that's what I'm interested in. Try typing in something you're interested in and looking at the suggestions, you never know what you'll find.
    I have found several american movies just can't recall the titles.

  16. crap, crap, crap, wait……. all crap apart from the night of the living dead, did Looper deliberately look for the worst movies they could find for this list?

  17. ienjoy all the movies u can watch any where anytime. And u have a variety of good choices to choose from

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