Want to watch a movie? You’ll never be disappointed when you have a Netflix account. But what happens when you’re too broke for the subscription this month? Luckily, there are a bunch of alternatives you can rely on, on those days. Some of these movie streaming options might even surprise you with the kind of content they have to offer. So, bring out the popcorn and turn down the lights, these movie streaming alternatives are all you need to keep you entertained.
Free Movies Cinema
Free Movies Cinema is quite versatile when it comes to categories. They have a classic and short film tab that is further divided into genres. They also have a bunch of series that aren’t mainstream at all and includes an Indian production called ‘A.I.SHA My Virtual Girlfriend’ that stars Raghu Ram of the MTV Roadies fame. PS: You’ll also love their Popcorn section that has several recipes to make…you guessed it right—Popcorn! Check it out
Vimeo is nothing like it used to be. The new revised Vimeo offers videos that are quite the find. Apart from the popular categories and TV shows, it also has experimental, music, talk shows, podcasts and more that host very indie content. Check it out
Viewster is another free video on demand service that offers a wide range of TV shows and movies from around the globe. They include major genres like action adventure, drama, comedy and also include, anime, musicals and Korean drama. Best thing about it is that it’s ad-free. Check it out Also Read: Skip the Cable Connection, Stream Your TV Shows on Your Smartphone
If you love the classics all the way back to the 50’s and older, then you’ll find some real gems on retrovision. You can search for movies based on genre and by movie stars like Jack Benny and Mantan Moreland. They also have some classic cartoons like Betty Boop, Popeye and Superman from the 40’s and 50’s. Check it out
Popcorn Flix
Popcorn Flix has a range of categories from comedy, to horror and documentaries too. Each section has a bunch of old and newer movies. They also have a TV show section that has some nostalgic shows like Inspector Gadget and Sonic the Hedgehog. Check it out Cover image courtesy; Shutterstock.com