200 Best Free Movies Streaming from Shout Factory
April 27, 2023
Movie buffs have probably heard of Shout! Factory. Since 2002 they've been releasing great movies and TV on home video, along with music releases. They license out movies from studios and release beautiful DVDs and Blu-Rays with top-notch film transfers. Thankfully for movie fans, Shout Factory has embraced the streaming age offering hundreds of its movies on Amazon Prime, Tubi TV, Pluto TV, Plex TV, The Roku Channel, and the official YouTube Movie Channel. Shout Factory even has its own free ad-supported streaming website ShoutFactoryTV.com which streams even more of its releases. Shout Factory TV also has apps for Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Roku, and other streaming devices.
Shout Factory has put out movies in a variety of genres, but they're especially known for great horror movies and cult film releases. Their popular Scream Factory sub-brand has released hundreds of horror movies with incredible Blu-Ray and 4K UHD releases. And many of these Scream Factory titles are available to stream for free on ad-supported movie sites like Tubi.
In this post, I'll list 200 of the best movies that Shout Factory offers for free on streaming. While many of these movies are available on numerous free streaming sites, we link to Tubi since they're the most popular and best ad-supported free streaming movie website out there. Another great thing about these titles is that they almost all tend to stay up on Tubi. No need to rush to watch them before the end of the month because they won't disappear. These movies have been streaming on Tubi for years and hopefully will be for years to come. For about 50 of these movies, Shout Factory is also distributing them through the official YouTube Movie channel, and for those movies, we link to or embed the YouTube video. At the bottom of this list, I'll link to the crown jewel of Shout Factory, which is the over twenty films they offer from the Werner Herzog Film Collection. German film director Werner Herzog is one of the greatest filmmakers of all time and the Herzog collection from Shout Factory is an embarrassment of riches!
For each Shout Factory movie, I'll write a little about it to entice your viewership. I haven't seen all of these movies, but I've seen many of them and look forward to watching many more. Enjoy the best free movies from Shout Factory! I've put them in order by year.
200 Free Great Movies from Shout Factory:
Godzilla (1954) - Shout Factory actually offers many Godzilla movies through YouTube. I'll just link to the original Japanese classic monster movie directed by Ishiro Honda.
Zulu (1964) - Epic British war film introduces Michael Caine in his first major role.
Deadlier than the Male (1967) - James Bond ripoff starring Richard Johnson as an updated version of Bulldog Drummond.
Pit Stop (1969) - Drag racing cult classic from master exploitation filmmaker Jack Hill.
The Gay Deceivers (1969) - Comedy featuring two straight men who pretend to be gay to avoid the Army draft.
The Milky Way (1969) - Luis Bunuel's surrealist film spans 2,000 years of Christian history.
Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde (1971) - Hammer horror film directed by Roy Ward Baker. In this one Jekyll transforms into a female Hyde.
The House That Dripped Blood (1971) - Anthology horror film from Amicus studio with Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing appearing.
Willard (1971) - A horror film about a weirdo whose only friends are rats who he uses to attack his boss.
Ben (1972) - The sequel to Willard. Ben the rat is back! Michael Jackson sings the theme song "Ben".
Greaser's Palace (1972) - Director Robert Downey Sr.'s acid Western is considered one of his best.
Madame Sin (1972) - Bette Davis is Madame Sin in this British thriller.
Marjoe (1972) - Academy Award-winning documentary on rock star evangelist Marjoe Gortner.
The Harder They Come (1972) - Classic Jamaican crime film starring Jimmy Cliff and featuring many of his great reggae songs including "You Can Get It if You Really Want".
A Doll's House (1973) - Joseph Losey directs Jane Fonda in the role of Nora Helmer in this adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's classic play.
Cannibal Girls (1973) - You've seen Ghostbusters (1984). Check out one of Ivan Reitman's first movies in this Canadian grindhouse flick starring a young Eugene Levy.
Big Bad Mama (1974) - Roger Corman-produced cult classic about a single mother and her two daughters who take up a life of crime. Angie Dickinson stars as the big bad mama. Tom Skerritt and William Shatner also appear.
Black Christmas (1974) - Very influential slasher movie directed by Bob Clark with a great cast including Olivia Hussey, Keir Dullea, Margot Kidder, and John Saxon. A must-see for slasher fans.
Born Innocent (1974) - Controversial TV movie starring Linda Blair dealing with the harsh realities of being a 14-year-old runaway.
Cockfighter (1974) - Monte Hellman directed this movie after Two-Lane Blacktop (1971). It stars Warren Oates, Richard B. Shull, and Harry Dean Stanton.
Macon County Line (1974) - Southern revenge movie as Macon County sheriff tracks down the drifters who killed his wife.
The Arena (1974) - Pam Grier and Margaret Markov are female gladiators in ancient Rome!
Crazy Mama (1975) - Well-regarded action-comedy film directed by Jonathan Demme in his second movie for New World Pictures. Cloris Leachman is the crazy mama.
Deadly Hero (1975) - Gritty NYC cop drama stars Don Murray and James Earl Jones. VideoHound gave it three bones.
Farewell My Lovely (1975) - Adaptation of Raymond Chandler's novel Farewell, My Lovely (1940) with Robert Mitchum as Philip Marlowe and Charlotte Rampling as the femme fatale.
Man Friday (1975) - Peter O'Toole and Richard Roundtree star in this Robinson Crusoe adventure film.
The Human Factor (1975) - Director Edward Dmytryk's final film is a suspense thriller starring George Kennedy and Sir John Mills.
TNT Jackson (1975) - Blaxploitation film starring Jeanne Bell as Diana "TNT" Jackson.
Assault on Precinct 13 (1976) - John Carpenter's second film is one of his best. A homage to Howard Hawks' film Rio Bravo (1959). With a great synth score by John Carpenter.
Eat My Dust (1976) - Ron Howard stars in this rowdy action movie in which he steals a race car.
The Eagle Has Landed (1976) - Final film from director John Sturges set during World War II and starring Michael Caine, Donald Sutherland, and Robert Duvall.
Hollywood Boulevard (1976) - Allan Arkush and Joe Dante co-directed this exploitation satire that uses footage from many other Roger Corman pictures. Made on a budget of only $54,000.
Jackson County Jail (1976) - Cult film starring Yvette Mimieux, Tommy Lee Jones, and Robert Carradine. Tarantino loves it!
Voyage of the Damned (1976) - Drama about an ocean liner of Jewish refugees in 1939. With a great cast featuring Faye Dunaway, Oskar Werner, Lee Grant, Max von Sydow, James Mason, and Malcolm McDowell.
I Never Promised You a Rose Garden (1977) - Adaptation of the 1964 novel about a borderline schizophrenic teen played by Kathleen Quinlan.
Jesus of Nazareth (1977) - Franco Zeffirelli directed this epic 6-hour miniseries on Jesus played by Robert Powell. The cast includes Anne Bancroft, Ernest Borgnine, Laurence Olivier, Christopher Plummer, Anthony Quinn, Rod Steiger, James Earl Jones, and many more recognizable faces.
Kentucky Fried Movie (1977) - Hilarious sketch comedy movie directed by John Landis and written by the comedic geniuses David Zucker, Jim Abrahams, and Jerry Zucker, who went on direct Airplane! (1980). A must-see! Watch out for those Catholic High School Girls in Trouble.
March or Die (1977) - British war film starring Gene Hackman, Terence Hill, Catherine Deneuve, Max von Sydow, and Sir Ian Holm.
Outrageous! (1977) - One of the first gay-themed films to get theatrical distribution in North America.
Rabid (1977) - Early David Cronenberg body horror movie starring Marilyn Chambers who develops a blood-sucking orifice in her armpit. A must-see for Cronenberg freaks.
Avalanche (1978) - An rare expensive flop for New World Pictures. This disaster movie stars Rock Hudson, Mia Farrow, Robert Forster, and Jeanette Nolan.
Death on the Nile (1978) - Film based on Agatha Christie's 1937 novel. Peter Ustinov plays detective Hercule Poirot. Also features Maggie Smith, Angela Lansbury, Bette Davis, Mia Farrow, Jane Birkin, David Niven, George Kennedy, and Jack Warden.
The Big Sleep (1978) - Second adaptation of Raymond Chandler's 1939 novel. Michael Winner directs and Robert Mitchum is Detective Philip Marlowe.
The Boys from Brazil (1978) - A thriller adapted from Ira Levin's 1976 novel. Nazi hunter Laurence Olivier faces off against Gregory Peck as the villainous Dr. Josef Mengele.
Blood Feud (1978) - Italian filmmaker Lina Wertmuller directed this movie starring Sophia Loren, Marcello Mastroianni, and Giancarlo Giannini.
Deathsport (1978) - Futuristic sci-fi set in the year 3000 stars David Carradine and Claudia Jennings riding around Death Machines (laser-equipped dirt bikes).
Just a Gigolo (1978) - David Bowie stars in this German drama alongside Sydne Rome, Kim Novak and Marlene Dietrich in her final film role. David Hemmings directs.
Newsfront (1978) - Phillip Noyce directed this Australian film about newsreel cameramen in the early days of television.
Piranha (1978) - Very funny Jaws rip-off directed by Joe Dante about mutant piranhas who attack swimmers in a river.
Starcrash (1978) - Italian rip-off of Star Wars is now considered a cult classic of sci-fi camp.
The Chant of Jimmie Blacksmith (1978) - Acclaimed Australian film based on the 1972 novel about an Aboriginal man caught between his culture and white settler colonialism. Written and directed by Fred Schepisi.
The Evil (1978) - Haunted house movie starring Richard Crenna and Joanna Pettet.
The Medusa Touch (1978) - Richard Burton has telekinetic powers and wreaks havoc on those around him.
Budo: The Art of Killing (1979) - Martial arts documentary that will show you the ways of karate, aikido, kendo, sumo, and judo.
Escape to Athena (1979) - Adventure film by director George P. Cosmatos, and starring Roger Moore while he was taking a break from James Bond.
Fast Company (1979) - Fun David Cronenberg film about drag racing in Canada. A must-see for Cronenberg freaks.
Firepower (1979) - Michael Winner directed this British thriller with an interesting cast of Sophia Loren, James Coburn, O.J. Simpson, Eli Wallach, and Victor Mature. Even Jake LaMotta shows up at some point.
Love and Bullets (1979) - Charles Bronson and Jill Ireland star in this action flick.
Rock 'N' Roll High School (1979) - Super fun high school musical comedy even features the punk rock group Ramones.
Saint Jack (1979) - Very underrated Peter Bogdanovich starring Ben Gazzara as an American pimp in Singapore. A truly great picture!
The Lady in Red (1979) - Directed by Lewis Teague and written by John Sayles, Tarantino called this movie "the best script ever written for an exploitation movie". Robert Conrad plays John Dillinger.
Battle Beyond the Stars (1980) - Another space opera from Roger Corman. John Sayles wrote it, James Horner did the score, and a young James Cameron designed the special effects.
Borderline (1980) - Charles Bronson, Ed Harris, and Bruno Kirby star in this action movie set on the U.S. border. The film received technical support from the United States Border Patrol.
Breaker Morant (1980) - Australian war film that won many awards from the Australian Film Institute.
Cannibal Apocalypse (1980) - Cannibal movies meet Vietnam War movies in this gory Eurotrash movie starring John Saxon.
Death Watch (1980) - French director Bertrand Tavernier made this peculiar sci-fi film starring Romy Schneider, Harvey Keitel, Harry Dean Stanton, and Max von Sydow.
Hawk the Slayer (1980) - It's the 80s! Let the sword and sorcery begin! John Terry is Hawk and Jack Palance is his evil brother Voltan!
Humanoids from the Deep (1980) - Humanoid sea creatures attack a small fishing village. Directed by Barbara Peeters for New World Pictures.
Inside Moves (1980) - Director Richard Donner's drama received favorable reviews. The cast includes John Savage, David Morse, Diana Scarwid, and Amy Wright.
The Big Brawl (1980) - Jackie Chan's first stab at the Hollywood market. Chan uses his martial artistry to take on the Mafia in Chicago.
The Gambler (1980) - Kenny Rogers is The Gambler! This TV movie was such a success that four sequels were made.
The Ninth Configuration (1980) - William Peter Blatty wrote and directed this movie that dives into the mind of mental patient. Stacy Keach tries to help him.
Saturn 3 (1980) - Stanley Donen directed this hated sci-fi film starring Farrah Fawcett, Kirk Douglas, and Harvey Keitel.
The Stunt Man (1980) - Richard Rush's movie about making movies. Peter O'Toole plays a director who offers a young fugitive a role as a stunt double.
An Eye for an Eye (1981) - Chuck Norris is out for revenge. And he's using martial arts to help him!
Galaxy of Terror (1981) - Roger Corman-produced sci-film with impressive effects for its budget. A young James Cameron served as Production Designer and Second Unit Director.
Hell Night (1981) - Linda Blair stars in this cult slasher.
Inseminoid (1981) - An archaeologist is impregnated by an alien that drives her to kill her colleagues. Subject to much academic criticism.
Knightriders (1981) - The great George Romero directed this movie about a traveling renaissance fair troupe including Ed Harris, Gary Lahti, Tom Savini, Amy Ingersoll, Patricia Tallman, and Christine Forrest.
On Golden Pond (1981) - Prestige film from the Shout Factory! Stars Katharine Hepburn, Henry Fonda (in his final film), and Jane Fonda. Fonda and Hepburn won Best Actor and Best Actress at the Oscars.
Road Games (1981) - Stacy Keach is going crazy on the open road, driving a truck across Australia and looking for a killer.
Saturday the 14th (1981) - Great title! This horror comedy is a spoof of classic horror movies from the 30s and 40s.
The Decline of Western Civilization (1981) - Penelope Spheeris directs the ultimate L.A. punk documentary featuring many punk rock performances.
The Monster Club (1981) - Anthology horror film with Vincent Price and John Carradine.
Barbarosa (1982) - Willie Nelson and Gary Busey team up in this Western which Pauline Kael deemed "spirited and satisfying".
Class of 1984 (1982) - The kids are not alright. They're misbehaving punks in a troubled inner-city school. Perry King plays the teacher who struggles to get things under control. Mark L. Lester directed this homage to Blackboard Jungle (1955).
Forbidden World (1982) - Sci-fi horror that ripped off Alien (1979).
Losin' It (1982) - Curtis Hanson directs Tom Cruise, Shelley Long, Jackie Earle Haley, and John Stockwell. Tom Cruise would go on to make many good films and become a star.
Q: The Winged Serpent (1982) - Larry Cohen directed this movie about a winged monster threatening New York City. It was generally well received.
Sophie's Choice (1982) - Another prestige picture from Shout Factory, written and directed by Alan J. Pakula and based on William Styron's 1979 novel. Meryl Streep is Sophie.
Sorceress (1982) - Wild sword and sorcery film directed by Jack Hill. Watch out for a satyr named Pando.
Starstruck (1982) - Australian filmmaker Gillian Armstrong directed this comedy about two teens trying to make it in the music industry.
The Last Unicorn (1982) - Animated film from Arthur Rankin Jr. and Jules Bass who collaborated on many other animated films.
The Plague Dogs (1982) - Animation for adults deals with themes of animal cruelty.
The Slumber Party Massacre (1982) - Very well-shot slasher movie by director Amy Holden Jones.
The Soldier (1982) - Score by Tangerine Dream. What more do you need to know?!
The Sword and the Sorcerer (1982) - This movie involves swords and sorcery. By the late great director Albert Pyun.
Curtains (1983) - John Vernon plays a creepy theater director who invites actresses to his mansion where they start getting murdered. It's a bit of a mess but has some great scenes.
Deathstalker (1983) - More 80s sword and sorcery!
Love Letters (1983) - Amy Holden Jones follows up The Slumber Party Massacre with this romantic drama starring Jamie Lee Curtis.
Sleepaway Camp (1983) - A classic summer camp slasher with an incredible ending. Must-see horror film.
Suburbia (1983) - Director Penelope Spheeris makes a narrative punk movie with a bunch of rebellious runaway youths living the punk rock lifestyle.
The Final Terror (1983) - Slasher film shot in Northern California.
Another Country (1984) - Rupert Everett and Colin Firth star in this romantic drama exploring homosexuality and Marxism.
Dreamscape (1984) - Fun genre-bending sci-fi movie starring Dennis Quaid, Kate Capshaw, Max von Sydow, and Christopher Plummer.
Electric Dreams (1984) - Sci-fi romance starring Lenny Von Dohlen who plays with his computer voiced by Bud Cort. Virginia Madsen shows up and a love triangle develops. Featuring a great soundtrack with the hit song "Together in Electric Dreams" by Philip Oakey and Giorgio Moroder.
Fear City (1984) - Abel Ferrara directed this sleazy thriller about strippers in Manhattan. It features a solid cast including Tom Berenger, Billy Dee Williams, and Melanie Griffith.
Old Enough (1984) - Coming-of-age movie about the friendship of two girls. It won the Grand Jury Prize at the 1984 Sundance Film Festival.
The Evil That Men Do (1984) - J. Lee Thompson directs Charles Bronson as a retired assassin. You know it's gonna be good.
Where the Boys Are (1984) - Where are the boys in 1984? Janet Maslin called this sex comedy "dumb, vulgar, and mostly humorless."
Death of a Salesman (1985) - Dustin Hoffman plays Willy Loman in this TV movie adaptation of Arthur Miller's 1949 play. Nominated for many awards.
Naked Vengeance (1985) - Rape-revenge movie modeled after I Spit On Your Grave (1978).
Streewalkin' (1985) - Melissa Leo plays a hooker walking the New York City streets.
The Compleat Al (1985) - Mockumentary on Weird Al Yankovic's life features some of his early music videos. I definitely need to watch this after seeing Weird: The Al Yankovic Story (2022).
The Dirt Bike Kid (1985) - I remember loving this as a kid. Peter Billingsley stars.
The Protector (1985) - Jackie Chan tries again to break into the American film market but this failed at the box office.
Trouble in Mind (1985) - Alan Rudolph directed this neo-noir starring Kris Kristofferson, Keith Carradine, Genevieve Bujold, and Lori Singer. Ebert loved it giving it 4 stars!
Chopping Mall (1986) - Security robots go crazy in a shopping mall killing the teens that are locked inside. Filmed at the old Sherman Oaks Galleria.
Never Too Young to Die (1986) - This one is a guilty pleasure. With John Stamos, Vanity, and Gene Simmons!
Seize the Day (1986) - Robin Williams stars in this TV movie based on Saul Bellow's 1956 novel.
Sorority House Massacre (1986) - Slasher! Might have similarities to John Carpenter's Halloween (1978).
Witchboard (1986) - Tawny Kitaen messes with a Ouija board and becomes possessed!
Bagdad Cafe (1987) - The Japanese filmmaker Akira Kurosawa cited this movie as one of his 100 favorite films.
Dudes (1987) - Director Penelope Spheeris continues to explore the punk subculture in this punk road movie starring Jon Cryer, Catherine Mary Stewart, and Daniel Roebuck.
Silent Night, Deadly Night Part 2 (1987) - Garbage Day! Probably the funniest slasher of all time thanks to actor Eric Freeman.
The Stepfather (1987) - Terry O'Quinn is definitely The Stepfather!
Zombie High (1987) - Virginia Madsen joins a creepy boarding school.
The Bear (1988) - From the director of Quest for Fire (1981) comes this tale about a bear. Almost no dialogue or score. Just Bart the Bear doing his thing.
Let's Get Lost (1988) - Documentary on jazz legend Chet Baker. Nominated for Best Documentary Feature at the Oscars.
The Decline of Western Civilization Part II: The Metal Years (1988) - Director Penelope Spheeris turns her camera on the L.A. heavy metal scene of the late 80s. Hilarious interviews with great concert footage.
Bloodfist (1989) - Don "The Dragon" Wilson plays a dojo sensei out for revenge.
Communion (1989) - Weird and underrated alien abduction movie starring Christopher Walken. Truly Walken at his best!
Enemies: A Love Story (1989) - Paul Mazursky directs this drama based on Isaac Bashevis Singer's 1966 novel. Critically acclaimed and stars Ron Silver, Anjelica Huston, and Lena Olin.
The Exorcist III (1990) - William Peter Blatty wrote and directed this sequel. George C. Scott stars and makes it well worth watching.
The Old Man and the Sea (1990) - This TV movie stars Anthony Quinn as the lead role of Ernest Hemingway's novella.
Welcome Home, Roxy Carmichael (1990) - Winona Ryder and Jeff Daniels in a comedy from director Jim Abrahams.
A Shock to the System (1990) - Dark comedy set in the business world and starring Michael Caine.
Brain Dead (1990) - Bill Pullman and Bill Paxton are in this horror movie of man versus machine.
Nightbreed: Director's Cut (1990) - Clive Barker's director's cut of this horror movie that has become a cult classic.
Pacific Heights (1990) - Fun thriller starring Melanie Griffith and Matthew Modine as they deal with the tenant from hell played by Michael Keaton. Directed by John Schlesinger.
MST3K: Cave Dwellers (1991) - Shout Factory distributes the comedy show Mystery Science Theater 3000. I won't list all the great episodes, but this is one of my favorites. Joel Hodgson and friends make fun of this terrible sword and sorcery flick.
MST3K: Pod People (1991) - Another classic from Mystery Science Theater 3000. This time they rip into Pod People, which is an E.T. ripoff starring a hideous little alien named Trumpy.
Proof (1991) - Acclaimed Australian film starring a young Hugo Weaving and Russell Crowe. It won Best Film at the 1991 Australian Film Institute Awards.
Scanners II: The New Order (1991) - You've seen Scanners, but have you seen Scanners II?!
The Unborn (1991) - Brooke Adams stars in this in-vitro fertilization horror movie.
A Midnight Clear (1992) - World War II film with a good cast including Ethan Hawke, Gary Sinise, Peter Berg, and Kevin Dillon.
Freejack (1992) - Maligned sci-fi film does have Emilio Estevez, Mick Jagger, Rene Russo, and Anthony Hopkins.
Glengarry Glen Ross (1992) - Excellent adaptation of David Mamet's Pulitzer Prize-winning play. Al Pacino! Jack Lemmon! Alec Baldwin! And more! Real estate salesmen get in a lot of shouting matches with ample swearing.
The Lawnmower Man: Director's Cut (1992) - If you do see The Lawnmower Man, make sure you see the Director's Cut. A sci-fi classic with Jeff Fahey in the lead role and Pierce Brosnan experimenting on him. Amazing 90s CGI effects!
Body Bags (1993) - Horror anthology film featuring segments directed by John Carpenter and Tobe Hooper.
City Hunter (1993) - Hong Kong action film with Jackie Chan.
Crime Story (1993) - Another Hong Kong action film with Jackie Chan! This one is very highly rated.
Doppelganger (1993) - For fans of Drew Barrymore this is a weird one. If you watch, then make sure you stick around for the bonkers ending.
Fear of a Black Hat (1993) - Hip hop mockumentary in the style of This Is Spinal Tap (1984).
Raining Stones (1993) - British director Ken Loach made this film that won the Jury Prize at the 1993 Cannes Film Festival.
The Crush (1993) - Classic erotic thriller with Alicia Silverstone tempting Cary Elwes.
Bandit Queen (1994) - Award-winning Indian Hindi-language action-adventure film.
Death and the Maiden (1994) - Roman Polanski directed this adaptation of the 1990 play starring Sigourney Weaver, Ben Kingsley, and Stuart Wilson.
Imaginary Crimes (1994) - Harvey Keitel plays a con artist struggling to raise his daughters in the 1950s.
Silent Fall (1994) - Thriller about a kid with autism who witnesses the murder of his parents. Sounds heavy! Richard Dreyfuss, Linda Hamilton, John Lithgow, J.T. Walsh, and Liv Tyler star.
The Last Seduction (1994) - Acclaimed indie neo-noir starring Linda Fiorentino, Peter Berg, and Bill Pullman.
The Road to Wellville (1994) - Anthony Hopkins stars as Dr. John Harvey Kellogg who goes to the extremes of clean-living at a sanatorium in Michigan.
Jeffrey (1995) - Romantic comedy starring Steven Weber and Michael T. Weiss at the height of the AIDS epidemic.
Living in Oblivion (1995) - A critically acclaimed independent movie about indie filmmaking starring Steve Buscemi, Catherine Keener, Dermot Mulroney, and Peter Dinklage in his film debut.
Hype! (1996) - Rockumentary all about the grunge rock scene of the 90s.
Space Truckers (1996) - Stuart Gordon directed this sci-fi comedy starring Dennis Hopper, Stephen Dorff, Debi Mazar, and Charles Dance.
Carla's Song (1997) - Ken Loach film on the Contra War in Nicaragua.
Metroland (1997) - Christian Bale and Emily Watson star in this British comedy based on the 1980 novel by Julian Barnes.
The Real Blonde (1997) - Indie satire starring Matthew Modine, Catherine Keener, and Maxwell Caulfield, and making fun of the New York fashion industry.
Trekkies (1997) - Classic documentary about Star Trek fans!
The Acid House (1998) - Scottish film adaptation of Irvine Welsh's short story collection.
The Decline of Western Civilization Part III (1998) - Penelope Spheeris takes a look at the gutter punk lifestyle of homeless teenagers in this final film of her trilogy.
8 and a Half Women (1999) - Peter Greenaway comedy about a father and son who open up their own harem.
The War Zone (1999) - A difficult movie to watch directed by Tim Roth about incest in an English family.
Dog Soldiers (2002) - British low-budget horror-comedy about soldiers fighting off werewolves.
Spellbound (2002) - This National Spelling Bee documentary was nominated for the Best Documentary Feature at the Academy Awards.
Festival Express (2003) - Rockumentary on the 1970 train tour featuring the Grateful Dead, Janis Joplin, The Band, and more.
Gerry (2003) - Gus Van Sant shifts to slow experimental indie cinema following around Casey Affleck and Matt Damon in the desert.
Kontroll (2003) - Hungarian comedy-thriller set in the world of underground trains.
Overnight (2003) - Idiotic filmmaker Troy Duffy embarrasses himself while making The Boondock Saints (1999) in this hilarious documentary about an egomaniac.
Stander (2003) - South African film about Thomas Jane as a bank robber.
The Agronomist (2003) - Jonathan Demme did this documentary on Haitian journalist and activist Jean Dominique.
If Only (2004) - Romance movie starring Jennifer Love Hewitt and Paul Nicholls.
Silver City (2004) - Political satire written and directed by notable indie filmmaker John Sayles with an ensemble cast.
Murderball (2005) - Entertaining documentary about wheelchair rugby which was up for Best Documentary at the Academy Awards.
Down in the Valley (2005) - Neo-western starring Edward Norton in the San Fernando Valley.
The Aristocrats (2005) - Documentary about a dirty joke featuring many, many comedians.
Candy (2006) - Romantic film starring Heath Ledger and Abbie Cornish as heroin addicts.
Kurt Cobain: About a Son (2006) - One of the many documentaries on Kurt Cobain.
Lake of Fire (2006) - Superb documentary on the controversial topic of abortion. Directed by Tony Kaye who did American History X (1998).
The Trials of Darryl Hunt (2006) - Documentary about a wrongly convicted man.
When Stand Up Stood Out (2006) - Stand-up comedy documentary about the comedy scene in Boston in the 80s and 90s.
Taxi to the Dark Side (2007) - Director Alex Gibney won the 2007 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature for this documentary on the U.S. policy of torture during the War on Terror.
Holy Motors (2012) - Leos Carax's super critically acclaimed film!
Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap (2012) - Ice-T travels from coast to coast interviewing rappers in New York and LA, and stopping in Detroit to interview Eminem.
RiffTrax: Cool as Ice (2014) - Much of the Mystery Science Theater 3000 crew returns with RiffTrax, this time making fun of Vanilla Ice's cinematic masterpiece Cool as Ice (1991).
Knight of Cups (2015) - Terrence Malick's experimental drama starring Christian Bale as a screenwriter living in Los Angeles.
Song to Song (2017) - An another experimental drama from director Terrence Malick set in Austin, Texas and starring Ryan Gosling, Rooney Mara, Michael Fassbender, Natalie Portman, and Cate Blanchett.
So above are 200 free great movies from the Shout Factory collection! Now for over 20 amazing films from the Werner Herzog Film Collection in order by year:
Signs of Life (1968)
Even Dwarfs Started Small (1971)
Land of Silence and Darkness (1971)
Aguirre, the Wrath of God (1972)
Fata Morgana (1972)
The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser (1974)
The Great Ecstasy of Woodcarver Steiner (1974)
How Much Wood Would a Woodchuck Chuck (1976)
Heart of Glass (1977)
La Soufriere (1977)
Nosferatu the Vampyre (1979)
God's Angry Man (1981)
The Dark Glow of the Mountains (1984)
Where the Green Ants Dream (1985)
Cobra Verde (1987)
Wodaabe: Herdsmen of the Sun (1989)
Echoes From a Somber Empire (1990)
Lessons of Darkness (1992)
Little Dieter Needs to Fly (1998)
My Best Fiend (1999)
Wheel of Time (2003)
The Wild Blue Yonder (2005)
Thank you Shout Factory! What an amazing collection of movies to watch for free online!