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AMC.com is showing B-movies for free

by Bob Sassone, posted Apr 13th 2009 3:02PM
AMCSo it's Monday afternoon and you're just in the mood to watch a movie where viking women battle big sea monsters or one where a girl gets involved with the men who race souped-sports cars (and one that doesn't have "fast" or "furious" in the title). What are you to do?

Well, AMC has come to the rescue! Besides putting great original shows like Mad Men and Breaking Bad on TV, AMC's web site is now streaming old B sci-fi, monster, biker, western, horror, comedy, and crime flicks.

You can watch Teenage Caveman, with Robert Vaughn as a ... well, teenage caveman. Invasion of the Neptune Men has a guy in a rocket car battling invaders from space. Reform School Girls sounds like porn but it's actually about a teen girl who gets sent to jail and has to fight her boyfriend's ex-lover (wait, it still sounds like porn). Saga of the Viking Women and their Voyage to the Waters of Great Sea Serpent is a tense courtroom drama about child custody battle. Kidding! It's actually about viking women who travel to waters that contain a sea serpent. You can even see John Carpenter's student film Dark Star, and even Carnival of Souls, which I didn't even realize was a B flick.

Of course, some of these are shown on AMC's cable network as well, probably late at night, but why wait when you can watch them anytime you want?

[via Vince Keenan]

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i can watch them here in Latin America too

April 14 2009 at 2:06 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

And these aren't region restricted! Well, they work in Europe at least...

April 13 2009 at 5:52 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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