Tuesday, 7 April 2015
Free movie streaming sites like Viewlorium have hundreds of films to excite every type of movie enthusiast. Can’t get enough of movies like Dinosaur Island and Mega Piranha that feature creatures you can only imagine in your worst nightmares? You can watch these movies and others in the same genre without spending a dime. From educational documentaries to cult classics, you won’t run out of movies to watch and discover at sites like Viewlorium. Exactly how paid VOD services will fare down the line is anyone's guess. What is certain is that sites like Viewlorium will continue to offer video on demand free of cost for the foreseeable future. Whenever you want to watch English movies online for free, you don’t have to take out your credit card or sign up for anything. Simply open your free streaming site of choice, click a title that you’d like to see, and enjoy the film in all its cinematic splendour.
Sunday, 5 April 2015
Everyone has their own motivation for watching action films. Those who watch movies online free of charge love the adrenaline-pumping action, while many enjoy the escapism. Film critic Harrison explains why he considers what he does for MovieDebaters.com the best job in the world, and why he loves action movies. At the end of the day, action movies provide a fun, rewarding experience for everyone, more so for those who watch free movies online via The Viewlorium. If you’ve got money to burn, paid services such as Netflix offer other interesting action titles as well. Either way, you’ll be able to put yourself in the thick of the fight wherever and whenever you want to.
Saturday, 4 April 2015
The term “dystopia” refers to a vision of civilisation that is the opposite of “utopia”, or a society devastated by anything from engineered viruses and armed conflict to fictional creatures like zombies and vampires. Explore-Science-Fiction-Movies.com highlighted why this genre of science fiction can sometimes become an eye-opener for fans who watch movies online free about the world as they know it—and what it could become should the unthinkable occur. Visit a different dystopian world any time of the day or night all year round with paid services from providers like Netflix, or watch free movies online through The Viewlorium and spend nothing at all. Broaden your entertainment with endless possibilities, with no regrets.
Friday, 3 April 2015
For decades since the 1950s, everything from microscopic parasites to giant mechanical tripods have had a go at trying to take over planet Earth–fortunately for us, only on film. Audiences in cinemas as well as those who watch movies online free have always been thrilled by the idea that the human race is capable of triumphing over technologically superior alien invaders. Metacritic’s Mike Thompson highlighted several reasons why invasion films always have viewers on their feet cheering for the home team.
Thursday, 2 April 2015
There are a lot of horror movies under the found footage genre, one of which is Paranormal Entity. Released in 2009, the story revolves around a household, a mother and her two teenage kids, who are terrorised by a malevolent spirit. All the supernatural activities, which led to the daughter’s murder by the terrorising demon, were caught on tape, and these recordings were discovered a year later in the house’s attic. While you could easily dismiss this as another found footage film, and you’d think you’re better off watching other movies like Paranormal Entity, you might want to give the film a chance. In his review, Todd Martin from HorrorNews.net said that this film is one of the better ones in the whole found footage genre (even stating that he liked it better than Paranormal Activity).
Wednesday, 1 April 2015
According to Cultographies.com, a cult movie generally has many features that distinguishes it from the typical blockbuster—and these features include innovation. Cult movies challenge convention and attempt to instigate new filmmaking techniques. In fact, some popular cult movies might be considered bad by critics, branding them as out of the norm or poorly made, but it is usually this type of cinematic stigma that turn plain “bad” movies into cult classics that are said to be “so bad, it’s good.” Moreover, cult films encourage comparisons and connections with other films, from subtle references and the like. Cult movies are not for the faint-of-heart, because these movies aren’t afraid to show blood and gore—one sure way to almost immediately achieve a cult status.