Looking for something good to watch? Look no further than HotFlix on FlixFling! Here's some of what's Hot now: Silver Linings Playbook Django Unchained The King's Speech My Week With Marilyn Party Down Blue Valentine Food, Inc. Scream 4 Bronson The Men Who Stare at Goats Heathers Pawn Solitary Man Tom Green Live The Agent ...and more! Check out HotFlix at the bottom of our homepage to see all of our HotFlix now!
New on FlixFling - a great series for serious horror fans. What happens when a group of the best names in horror get together for dinner? Twenty-six awesome, hour-long horror flicks, that's what! Masters of Horror features episodes from the likes of Takashi Miike, John Carpenter, Dario Argento, Tobe Hooper and many more. We're featuring Seasons 1 & 2 for rental & purchase now on FlixFling! Click any title below to Read More
Some new & notable titles have been added to our catalog this week. Here's what you'll find! (Click any title below to watch now!) From STARZ: Django Unchained The Agent From Brain Damage: Deadly Karma Killer Clown Strange Things Happen at Sundown From Midnight Releasing: Attack of the Giant Leeches Contagio Death on Demand From Echelon Studios: Five Stepfather 2 Star Pilot Catch these new titles and many more now on FlixFling.
There are four new & exciting additions to our Grindhouse channel this week! Click any title to learn more & watch now: Escape Fraulein Devil Headless Eyes Tormentor Check out our Grindhouse channel to see these titles and more now!
We've got some chilling new additions to FrightFlix this month. Here are the thrillers you'll find this month in our FrightFlix Channel: Day of the Dead Dead Alive Hellraiser Hellbound: Hellraiser II The Evil Dead Bird with the Crystal Plumage Carry on Screaming! City of the Living Dead Dead and Buried Don't Look in the Basement Don't Panic Dread Eaten Alive! Evil Laugh House by the Cemetery House II: The Second Story Killer Clowns from Outer Space Metamorphosis Naked Massacre Night of the Demons Shock The Boneyard The Wizard of Gore Tucker and Read More
We've got some great new titles this week from STARZ! Check out what's new (Click on any title to watch now): Spy Kids: All the Time in the World 13 Dinocroc vs. Supergator Hiding Sharktopus Solitary Man Texas Killing Fields The Big Bang The Company Men The Dog Who Saved Christmas Vacation The Dog Who Saved Christmas The Dog Who Saved Halloween The Entitled Beyond Sherwood Forest Dante's Inferno Gangster's Paradise: Jerusalema Street Fighter Alpha Street Fighter Alpha Generations Lies and Illusions Watch all these titles & many more in our Read More
Check out some of this month's new additions below. Click any title to watch now: Day of the Falcon The Frankenstein Theory Tom Green: Live
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Oliver TwistNight of the Lepus Panic in the Year Zero Adam Resurrected The Other Man Katt Williams Live: Let a Playa Play The Who: At Kilburn 1977 Jeff Dunham: A Very Special Christmas Special A Beer Tale All Superheroes Must Die The Devil's in the Details Sugar Mommas Cherry Tree Lane Ghoul Harland Williams: Force of Read More
We have two of 2012's biggest titles debuting on FlixFling in April - and we can't wait to give you the details! On April 16th Django Unchained comes to FlixFling. Best Actor nominee Jamie Foxx & Best Supporting Actor winner Christoph Waltz star in Quentin Tarantino's latest hit flick. Django garnered a ton of OSCAR® attention this year and is a must-see for any Tarantino fan. WATCH NOW And on April Read More
Movies are meant for big screens - and streaming movies are no exception. That's why we're so excited to bring you an updated channel for Roku! Roku Players let you stream movies, shows, music and more from the Internet directly to your TV (Learn more about Roku). If you're not yet enjoying FlixFling movies and shows on your TV, Roku is a great option for you! The FlixFling channel for Roku Read More
If you're a silent film fan there's a lot for you to enjoy on FlixFling. From adventure to comedy to drama to horror - we've got some great silent classics streaming for you. Here's just some of what you'll find in our library: 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea This 1916 film adaptation of Jules Verne's classic adventure novel takes some liberties with the storyline - but is impressive for it's time. The General 1926's The Read More
Are you in awe of amazing architecture? Fascinated by skyscrapers, tunnels, ships and space stations? Well, we've got a great series for you. Superstructures of the World takes you inside the construction of the world's most amazing feats of engineering including the London Underground, the International Space Station, The Panama Canal and more. Each episode reveals the secrets behind some of the worlds most awe inspiring structures. We're featuring Read More
We love Sci-Fi at FlixFling and when it comes to great Sci-Fi of the past - Flash Gordon is a must! In Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe, Flash (Buster Crabbe) once again battles Ming the Merciless (Charles B. Middleton) and his fellow villains. With the help of Dr. Zarkov (Frank Shannon) & Dale Arden (Carol Hughes), Flash travels the universe to find a cure to Ming's Purple Death plague. Will Read More
We're proud to bring you a great batch of new titles this week in our channel from Image Entertainment. Here's what's new (Click any title to learn more & watch now): Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead Chain Letter Autumn Hearts: A New Beginning 35 and Ticking American Violet Pete Smalls is Dead Love and Other Disasters All Things Fall Apart Alien Trespass Sondheim: The Birthday Concert Memorial Day Fingerprints The Resident Notorious B.I.G.: Bigger Than Life k.d. Lang: Live in London Dinosaurs: Giants of Patagonia In the Read More
New this week: Great new concerts, musicals and music docs fresh from Image Entertainment. Here's some of what's new (Click any title to watch now!): Sondheim! The Birthday Concert k.d. Lang Live in London Notorious B.I.G.: Bigger Than Life Roy Orbison Black & White Night Company Catch these titles and more in our channel from Image Entertainment!
There are thousands of movies on FlixFling and one of the best ways to find the ones you love is to search by Genre. To search my Genre, click "Genre" in the top navigation bar of the home screen (above). The screen below will pop-up. Choose the drop down menu at the right to select a Genre. Choose from one of our 22 Genres to search for your favorite films & Read More
FlixFling's got something for everyone - and that doesn't exclude kids! Our new channel, KidsFlix, offers the best movies and shows for kids on FlixFling. Find the following shows & movies in KidsFlix: Superman Cartoons Little Big Foot Cartoon Explosion Captain January Catch these titles and many, many more in our KidsFlix Channel now!
We're rolling in new comedy at FlixFling this week! Some great stand-up specials are now available for you instantly! Here's what you'll find: Daniel Tosh: Completely Serious Gabriel Iglesias: Hot & Fluffy Jeff Dunham: Arguing with Myself Jeff Dunham: Spark of Insanity Jim Gaffigan: Beyond the Pale Kathleen Madigan: Gone Madigan Kevin Hart: I'm a Grown Little Man Louis CK: Chewed Up Terry Fator: Live from Las Vegas Whitney Cummings: Money Shot We'll be adding even more titles this week! So stay Read More
Some exciting new additions to the FlixFling library this week courtesy of Image Entertainment! Here's what's new (Click any title to learn more & watch now): Before the Devil Knows You're Dead Louis CK: Chewed Up Daniel Tosh: Completely Serious Time Bandits The Last Emperor Franklyn Encounters at the End of the World Of Mice and Men The Edge of Love Dinosaurs Alive! Jeff Dunham: Arguing with Myself Jim Gaffigan: Beyond the Pale Love and Other Disasters Short Circuit The Air I Breathe Whitney Cummings: Money Shot The Read More
A new series is now available on FlixFling courtesy of STARZ. Masters of Science Fiction is a six episode series from the creators of Masters of Horror. Each episode is actually a short film based on novels by well-know "Masters" of science fiction like Harlan Ellison and John Kessel. Episodes are hosted off-screen by physicist Stephen Hawking and each features a different director - including "The Discarded" directed by Read More
We've got so many new movies and shows for you - it's hard to keep up! That's why there's HotFlix! HotFlix - at the bottom of our home page - showcases the latest and greatest FlixFling titles! We pick a bunch of great titles for you to easily access from our homepage. So what's Hot right now? Here's the list:
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FlixFling's FrightFlix channel is your go-to spot for great horror movies! This channel features FlixFling's best horror movies - curated by the FlixFling team. Find new & old thrillers and chillers in this great channel on FlixFling. Here's a few films you'll find now in FrightFlix: Ichi the Killer Psycho Holocaust Beast of Blood Check out these titles and many more in FrightFlix now!
We've got a brand new channel for you - full of great titles from Image Entertainment! Image is one of the largest distributors of home entertainment and we're happy to be bringing you some wonderful movies & specials from their library. Over the next few months, we'll be adding over 100 titles from Image. Our first additions include (Click any title to learn more & watch now): Heathers Children Read More
New this week on FlixFling is a great stand-up series from comedian Martin Lawrence (Bad Boys, Martin) featuring some great comedy talent. Seasons 1 & 2 of the series (now available) feature the comedy stylings of Doug Williams, Finesse Mitchell, Griff, Ralphie May, Corey Holcomb, Jay Lamont, Tommy Chunn, Benji Brown and many more. This series comes to us courtesy of STARZ. Check out all episodes in our STARZ channel or click below to start Read More
You may have noticed a few changes to FlixFling lately. We're working hard to make FlixFling the best place for you to enjoy the movies and shows you love. Here's what's new: - We've added Premium Subscription Channels to our lineup. Learn more about them here. - Pay As You Go accounts are now On Demand accounts. Nothing has changed about these accounts - just the name. - The FlixFling Subscription is now called Read More
We're rolling out premium subscription channels this month on FlixFling! Here's how they work: Either as an addition to your FlixFling subscription (now, FlixFling Basic Subscription) or separately, these new channels give you unlimited access to FlixFling Premium movies and shows. As a subscriber, you'll get access to exclusive "Channel Only" titles within these channels too. Subscription channels we'll be rolling out over the next weeks will be Full Moon Features and Full Read More
We've been busy this month adding new TV shows and movies to our catalog. Scroll down to see some of what's new in both movies & TV! Click on any title below to start watching now. TV Series The Walking Dead Camelot Spartacus: Blood & Sand Dan Vs. Martin Lawrence's First Amendment Seasons 1 & 2 Descendants of Darkness Z Rock Martian Successor Nadesico Head Case Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex Boys Be... Hollywood Residential Gravitation Requiem from the Darkness Eon Kid Gasaraki Movies The King's Speech Kill Read More
Kiddie parties by day. Heavy metal by night. Welcome to the life of the Z Brothers (AKA ZO2), Paulie & David Zablidowsky and their buddy, Joey Cassata. They rock out as ZO2 at night - but keep it mellow as the Z Brothers at kids' parties to make ends meet in the IFC series "Z Rock". Semi-scripted "Z Rock" follows the band's trials and tribulations and features some awesome guest Read More
Nominations for the 85th Academy Awards were announced this morning, so in our second installment of Classic Novels on Film, we're honoring a few past films that garnered Oscar buzz. Click on any title to learn more & watch now. Great Expectations (1946) David Lean's 1946 adaptation of Charles Dickens' Great Expectations was nominated for a total of five Academy Awards in 1948 - including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Read More
Catch episodes of "Head Case" now on FlixFling. "Head Case" is stars Alexandra Wentworth as Dr. Elizabeth Goode, Hollywood's "it" therapist. Dr. Goode unconventionally treats a myriad of celebs including Jeff Goldblum, Jerry Seinfeld, Christopher Lloyd, Mario Batali, Tom Sizemore, Ralph Macchio, Andy Dick and many more. All three seasons of "Head Case" are now streaming on FlixFling. Click below to start watching now. Head Case: Season 1, Episode 1 "Goode Morning"
We're very excited to bring you some great new Anime series in our channel from STARZ. Here's what's new: (Click on any Title to Watch Now)
Eon Kid Gasaraki Requiem from the Darkness Boys Be... Descendants of Darkness Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex
If you didn't catch the hilarious series Party Down while it was airing - here's your chance. We're now streaming episodes from seasons 1 & 2 of the show which follows a group of struggling actors in LA forced to make ends meet in the catering business. Party Down features an all-star cast including Parks & Rec's Adam Scott & Megan Mullally, Glee's Jane Lynch and New Girl & True Blood's Read More
When it comes to watching movies - you can't beat the experience you get watching on a big screen. That's why we love the FlixFling channel on Roku. If you have a Roku Player, you can easily enjoy all your favorite FlixFling movies and TV Shows on your TV. You can find FlixFling in the Roku Channel Store under Movies & TV. Once you've added the channel, you can create a new Read More
If you love classic TV, you're going to love The Picture Show. The Picture Show channel on FlixFling features great classic TV series as well as some great movies. Here's just some of what you'll find: The Lucy Show Flash Gordon Ozzie and Harriet 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea The Andy Griffith Show ...and many more. Head on over to The Picture Read More
Now streaming on FlixFling - The complete first and second seasons of AMC's "The Walking Dead" The series comes to us courtesy of STARZ Digital Media and all episodes can be found along with many other great movies and shows in the STARZ channel on FlixFling. Rent or purchase episodes and store them in your MyFlix digital locker to access instantly on all of your favorite devices. Watch Now: The Walking Read More
Less than a week 'til Christmas and we're getting ready with some of our favorite classic 'toons! Click on any collection in the list below to watch now! Collection of Christmas Classics Christmas at Home Christmas Classics Volume I Christmas Tales Holiday Favorites Vol. I, II, III, IV & V Santa and the 3 Bears The Littlest Angel Christmas Cartoons & Christmas Cartoons 2
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We're happy to bring you a brand new channel from Renderyard. Renderyard brings us some great indie films and documentaries from their network of independent filmmakers. Renderyard has great resources for filmmakers of all kinds and we're glad to feature 25 titles from them in our new Renderyard channel. Click here to watch now.
Hey MMA fans!We've got a brand new channel for you on FlixFling! Catch UCMMA fights now! We've got 12 live now in our new UCMMA channel and more to come soon! Stay tuned to FlixFling and our UCMMA channel for the newest additions coming soon! Watch Now!
It wouldn't be the holiday season without curling up with a good movie. Here are some holiday picks that will satisfy every movie lover you know. . For the Cartoon Lover: Christmas at Home Five old-school classic 'toons featuring the usual suspects in all their animated & stop-motion glory: Santa, Rudolph, Jack Frost - even the 3 Bears make an appearance. Read More. . . . . . For the Classic Movie Lover: Miracle on 34th Street Who can resist this one? Read More
Below are some additions to the FlixFling Library this November: New From Magnolia Pictures: 13 Assassins Black Death Bronson Chocolate Client 9 Food, Inc. Freakonomics HOBO with a Shotgun Let the Right One In Monsters Ong Bak 2 Ong Bak 3 Rubber The Girlfriend Experience The Perfect Host The World's Fastest Indian Trollhunter Tucker & Dale vs. Evil Two Lovers VIEW ALL New From Zalman King's Red Shoe Diaries: Red Shoe Diaries, Season 3 Red Shoe Diaries, Season 4 VIEW ALL New From Echelon Studios: All the President's Men Bedazzled (1967) Alice Adams Matango Atragon Conquest of the Planet of the Read More
We are very excited to introduce our new channel from Magnolia Pictures! This new channel will feature over 150 great indie titles from Magnolia Pictures & Magnet Releasing. Visit FlixFling's Magnolia Pictures Channel to check out these titles and more - all now available for unlimited rental with your basic subscription: Bronson 13 Assassins Trollhunter Let the Right One In And coming soon for individual rental Read More
FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews Adopt A Sailor Sailors file off of a naval ship. Gene Kelly and Frank Sinatra singing “...the Bronx is up and the Battery’s down...” pops into my head. Later, On the Town is criticized horridly, which irks me, since I love that movie and most stupid musicals like it. But that’s off topic. I’m talking about Adopt A Sailor, a 2008 film about a bourgeoisie New Read More
FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews Submarine Submarine is the directorial debut of Richard Ayoade, who the geekier of readers will remember from “The IT Crowd” and “Darkplace.” It is an autobiographical coming-of-age set in Wales, and follows Oliver Tate as he learns about love and loss. Oliver Tate is, as are many of his indie-protagonist peers, an overly articulate, utterly unique young man in a community so backwards, its members have ostracized Read More
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FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews Murder! Alfred Hitchcock’s Murder! is an example of all the pieces fitting together, but the completed puzzle is still a little lopsided. The film is about a young aspiring actress who is caught red-handed standing over the murdered body of her rival. She is whisked off to prison and promptly sentenced to death. After the verdict is passed, one juror, an actor himself, reconsiders his vote Read More
FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews Rainbow Valley In college, I took this class that was, in part, about the evolution of the American West. In the class, we discussed the era of the cowboy and the bandit and how it was romantic, but clashed quite clamorously with progress. If you want to get serious about it, Rainbow Valley is about the death of the Wild West due to progress. If you Read More
FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews The Lady Vanishes And yet again, the film directed by Hitchcock is the best one I’ve seen in quite some time. The Lady Vanishes surpasses even the half dozen other early Hitchcock’s I’ve watched on FlixFling. This film was simply wonderful. The bulk of the action takes place on a train speeding through Europe. Before the train leaves, we meet a cast of characters whose humor Read More
FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews Sword Of Lancelot Sword of Lancelot is a retelling of the classic Arthurian story of Guinevere and Lancelot's torrid affair. Personally, I have always loved Arthurian stories -- the magic, the chivalry, the gratuitous violence. This particular version, however, I did not love. It would make a stupendous drinking game; it does not make a good movie. The thing that is wrong with this movie, the thing Read More
FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews Beat the Devil When I read the description for Beat the Devil, I could hardly believe it. The film stars Humphrey Bogart and Peter Lorre and was directed by John Huston. The last time I saw these three names together, I was watching The Maltese Falcon and it was awesome. Twelve years after making the noir classic, they reunited for Beat the Devil, a noir satire Read More
FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews Abbott & Costello's Jack and the Beanstalk What an education in classic comedy I’m getting! Last week, I watched my first Laurel and Hardy and now onto Abbott and Costello! Jack and the Beanstalk is a retelling of the classic tale with the humorous styling of Abbott and Costello. The film begins with Abbott and Costello acting as babysitters for a precocious little boy. Costello sits down Read More
FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews The Skin Game While The Skin Game sounds like a film that I shouldn’t admit to have watched in polite company, it is actually the exact opposite. The phrase “the skin game” refers to dirty antics that can take place during a hardened feud or disagreement between two parties. The movie The Skin Game is a 1931 Hitchcock film about industrial progress, social change, and deep Read More
FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews A Star Is Born When you think A Star is Born, you may think of the film starring Judy Garland, or the later Barbara Streisand movie. Indeed, Judy and Babs pop into my mind when I think about A Star is Born, but you mustn’t neglect the original 1937 version starring Janet Gaynor and Fredric March. A Star is Born is another story of the Hollywood game Read More
FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews The Painted Desert The Painted Desert starts, as so many Westerns do, with two cowboys riding through the desert. They come across a ransacked carriage, its inhabitants, dead or alive, are nowhere in sight. Along with some pots and pans, the only thing left behind is a baby boy. The cowboys, Cameron and Holbrook, take the baby in as their own. Later that day, after arguing Read More
FlixFling contributor, Matthew Bussy reviews Blood and Black Lace It’s incredible, and somewhat uncomfortable when you think about it, how filmmakers can make human deaths look so beautiful on camera. Dario Argento’s horror classic Suspiria, for example, is utterly revolting but every time a character dies the scene is brightly colored and gorgeous to watch. That’s the same case with Mario Bava’s Blood and Black Lace, a classic slasher pic that Read More
FlixFling contributor, Matthew Bussy reviews Black Sunday Black Sunday (which is also known as The Mask of Satan) is one of the most visually gorgeous horror movies of all time (and it’s in black and white!). It has the vibe of a Tim Burton Gothic horror tale involving curses, witches, and zombies. Burton himself has even said that Black Sunday is his all-time favorite horror movie. Anyone can see the movie’s Read More
FlixFling contributor, Matt Bussy reviews Them! Them! (and yes, it needs to always have an exclamation point when it’s being referenced) is a classic black and white B-movie about giant killer ants. When the giant, very fake-looking ants are onscreen the movie is entertaining. When they’re off-screen, it’s quite dull. We’ve seen movies about giant spiders but ants? Are they really that scary? I was a crazy nature child and would Read More
FlixFling contributor, Matt Bussy review Creature From The Black Lagoon In the olden days Universal Studios was renowned for making monster movies. The Wolf Man, Dracula, Frankenstein, The Phantom of the Opera. The list goes on and on. The four I just mentioned are perhaps the most famous but a fifth one, Creature from the Black Lagoon, is usually mentioned a lot when film historians/professors discuss the history of the Hollywood Read More
FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews Nosferatu Nosferatu is the original cinematic representation of a vampire. It is the tomb from which crawled Buffy, Angel, Twilight, and the Vampire Diaries, though it may be difficult to see the resemblance. Nosferatu is the 1922 adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, which entangled the stories of Jonathan and Mina (here changed to Nina) Harker, Van Helsing, bug-eating minions, and the legendary vampire himself. Upon hearing that Read More
FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet was a long-running TV show starring “America’s Favorite Family,” The Nelsons. From 1952 to 1966, The Nelsons, the archetypal American nuclear unit graced TV screens across the country. The adventures that Ozzie and Harriet have take place in the home or very close to it. They consist mainly of teenage shenanigans between brothers/best friends Read More
FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews A Farewell To Arms If A Farewell to Arms were about 45 minutes longer, it would be termed an epic love story. As it is, it leaves me wanting more, wishing that intimate parts of the couple’s relationship were given more space. Nonetheless, it is a beautiful story of timeless love with great performances, especially from male lead Gary Cooper. This film takes place during World War Read More
FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews Of Human Bondage In most cases, when characters seem confused about the direction their lives are headed, they drop what they are doing, quit the jobs their parents wanted them to get, and go on journeys of self-discovery, often moving to Europe or becoming artists. In Of Human Bondage, the main character does exactly the opposite. Played by the sometimes dashing, sometimes whiney Leslie Howard. When Read More
FlixFling contributor, Jordana Lipsitz reviews In The Land Of Milk And Money There is a pretty real truth in this world that most people ignore and that is that milk is really, really disgusting. On the Richter Gross Scale it’s a level 7.8. That’s a thing. Look it up. So it stands to reason that In the Land of Milk and Money (2004) would also be a strangely gross flick. And Read More
FlixFling contributor, Jordana Lipsitz reviews His Private Secretary On one hand, I like old movies and John Wayne. On the other hand, His Private Secretary (1933) is a really bad movie. There was honestly very little appeal to it. The movie had pretty mediocre production quality and the story line was pretty, I’m just going to say…meh. I was unimpressed and mostly bored. I can’t quite put my finger on why Read More
FlixFling contributor, Matt Bussy reviews House On Haunted Hill Take my word for it: House on Haunted Hill won’t scare you. It should certainly entertain you though, that is, if you’re a big fan of utterly campy, old black and white horror films. You might be thinking of the silly 1999 remake with Geoffrey Rush, Taye Diggs, and Ali Larter. This is the original one starring Vincent Price, the famous horror Read More
FlixFling contributor, Matt Bussy reviews Night Of The Living Dead Night of the Living Dead is a classic for two reasons: it’s the first real zombie horror movie and the first successful low-budget horror movie. It cost $114,000 to make, featured unknown actors, and was filmed not in a big Hollywood studio but the small town of Evans City, Pennsylvania. It’s also been remade two times (one of which was in Read More
FlixFling contributor, Matt Bussy reviews Ghost Adventures Just to be clear, you can’t watch any episodes of the Travel Channel’s Ghost Adventures on FlixFling. Before the series debuted in 2008, the ghost hunters/stars of the paranormal show, Zak Bagans, Nick Groff, and Aaron Goodwin, made an hour and a half long documentary film. It was finished in 2004 and won the Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary at the 2006 NYIIFVF Read More
FlixFling contributor, Matt Bussy reviews His Name Was Jason: 30 Years Of Friday The 13th Jason Voorhees has had a pretty rough life. He’s appeared onscreen over twelve times. He’s been killed and then brought back to life in every way UNhumanly possible. He’s been sent to outer space. He’s battled Freddy Krueger. And obviously, he’s killed A LOT of people in every way possible. In addition many of the women Read More
FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews My Favorite Brunette In the beginning of My Favorite Brunette, we find Bob Hope in an unlikely place – prison, awaiting execution on death row. Immediately, my interest was piqued. When reporters arrive to hear his story, Hope’s Ronnie Jackson tells us the whirlwind tale of how he wound up on the chopping block. It’s filled with lust, deception, intrigue, and more than a few pitfalls Read More
FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews The Dick Van Dyke Show As I watched The Dick Van Dyke Show, I could not help but think of AMC’s Mad Men. Rob Petrie and Don Draper, both dapper men in the media business, are products of the urban work life/suburban home life split of the 1960s. Both have pristine wives and adorable children at home. Perhaps Mad Men depicts what that lifestyle was really Read More
FlixFling contributor, Jordana Lipsitz reviews Film Geek Film Geek (2005) was actually a pretty good watch. It is the story of Scotty Pelk, an incredibly dorky movie-obsessed young lad who makes people so uncomfortable he is fired from his job at a video store. He has a little bit of trouble adjusting until he befriends Niko (Tyler Gannon), gets really drunk with some guys, and starts getting more hits on his Read More
FlixFling contributor, Jordana Lipsitz reviews American Graffiti I have a problem with coming of age stories. More specifically, coming of age stories that involve the last night of high school and the crazy characters involved. Knowing that American Graffiti was the mother of all coming of age stories, I was not very excited to watch it and was expecting to hate it immediately. But, I was wrong. I didn’t hate Read More
FlixFling contributor, Jordana Lipsitz reviews Across The Bridge Across the Bridge (2005) has the steadfast quality of a student film though it is instead a foreign film by an adult director, Denis Cviticanin. Trying to be socially conscious, as most student films are, it looked at the strife in Belgrade and the emotional sorrow it caused. Meanwhile the sound quality was horrible and the score sounded like something from an Read More
FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews The Little Rascals Like many from my generation I’m sure, I associate “The Little Rascals” with the founders of the “He Man Woman Haters Club” from the 1994 movie version. I never had the opportunity to watch the original Our Gang until now. If you’re like me and you find the 1994 version fun and charming, you will enjoy the original exponentially more. The collection of The Read More
FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews Number 17 My admiration for Alfred Hitchcock grows each time I see one of his early films. Made in the 1930s in England, they all seem to have small budgets and very limited equipment lists. And yet, because of his direction, they are still wonderful. Take for instance, Number 17. Number 17 is essentially about a group of crooks search for a stolen diamond necklace. Of course, Read More
FlixFling contributor, Yohsuke Araki reviews The Philadelphia Story "You, all of you, with your sophisticated ideas!" "(sarcastically)…ain't it awful?" George Cukor's The Philadelphia Story is chalk full of philosophical phenomena surrounding the virtues of relationships on both the personal level and of the societal spectrum. Surrounding these themes of the importance and trivialities of love, ties, and friendship are the broader themes of their connections and reflections of class distinctions. It's truly a sophisticated story Read More
FlixFling contributor, Matt Bussy reviews I Spit On Your Grave I Spit on Your Grave just wants to be hated. It’s like The Human Centipede. Who wants to watch three people cry and scream for a whole movie because they’ve just been sewn anus to mouth? In this case it’s: who wants to watch an innocent woman get assaulted and gang raped by a bunch of sadists and then watch her Read More
FlixFling contributor, Matt Bussy reviews Grace Grace is a movie that made me feel so proud to be a man and not have to worry about breast-feeding. Just wait till you hear its story. Madeline (Jordan Ladd) is boringly married to Michael (Stephen Park). The two have been trying to have a baby but Madeline’s last two pregnancies were unsuccessful. She finally does, and the two decide to meet with a Read More
FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews Nothing Sacred After being exposed as a fraud, New York reporter Wallace Cook is on the hunt for a gripping story to put him back on top. He thinks he finds it in Hazel Flagg, a Vermont woman dying of radium poisoning. Unfortunately, Hazel learns that she is in fact perfectly healthy right in time for Wallace to arrive in Vermont. However, that doesn’t stop her Read More
FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews The Little Princess Other than The Bachelor and the Bobby-soxer, this was only second Shirley Temple movie I’ve seen. Despite my lack of due diligence, I classify The Little Princess as a must-see. It is about Sara Crewe, a pampered but jovial nine-year-old in Victorian England. She is placed in a boarding school when her father, Captain Crewe, is deployed to Africa. At the school, Sarah Read More
FlixFling contributor, Jordana Lipsitz reviews Li'l Abner I’m going to come out and say it. The best part of Li’l Abner was the theme song. I was not incredibly into the whole podunk thing that was going on with the movie for the most part. However, it worked in the song. I know that the film was based on a beloved comic book but I could not get into the process Read More
FlixFling contributor, Jordana Lipsitz reviews Charade Audrey Hepburn was a classy lady of the highest caliber. However, in Charade she also managed to be funny. Though this is a review of Charade, it may turn into a love letter to Audrey Hepburn. I can’t help it. She’s awesome. Charade is awesome for its hitchcock-esque structure but mostly I focused on Audrey’s wide-eyed shock face. Though I really enjoyed Cary Grant’s also-fantastic Read More
FlixFling contributor, Matt Bussy reviews Dead Alive Before Peter Jackson made big Hollywood epics The Lord of the Rings and King Kong, he made cult classics. Dead Alive, Heavenly Creatures, and The Frighteners were his first movies, and combined they didn’t make more than one billion dollars total. The Frighteners is a strange horror/comedy about a medium (Michael J. Fox) who uses his talent of seeing ghosts to try and stop Read More
FlixFling contributor, Matt Bussy reviews Scream 4 Scream 4 is epic! That is, if you’re as big a fan of the series as I am. I’ll get the obvious recommendation out of the way and say that if you want to watch Scream 4 then it’s pretty important that you watch the first three movies beforehand. Trust me, it will be a big help! The Scream movies are just plain fun. Read More
FlixFling contributor, Yohsuke Araki reviews Punk In England Punk In England doesn't explain much but instead harps on the visceral experience of the live shows rather than feeding us information about the scene. We go through the classic punks to the progressive styles of new-mod and ska. 90 percent of the film is strictly live performances from notable bands like The Clash and others that haven't withstood the test of time Read More
FlixFling contributor, Yohsuke Araki reviews Alice Sweet Alice Alice Sweet Alice works like any other 3 act structured film, but I like to think of it in two parts. The first half feels much like a typical slasher film. There's that b-movie slasher quirkiness around it, because the killer is a twelve-year-old girl. However, it is the second half of the film that proves Alfred Sole and Rosemary Rivto to be Read More
FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews His Girl Friday In His Girl Friday, Cary Grant stars as Walter Burns, an ardent newspaperman who is fighting and scheming to get his lead reporter to stay with the paper. Of course, his motivation is not strictly professional, since his lead reporter and the personification of chutzpah, Hildy Johnson, is also his ex-wife. Played by Rosalind Russell, Hildy is trying to leave her newsprint roots Read More
FlixFling contributor, Alexandra Gibson reviews Borderline To be honest, the only thing I know Fred MacMurray from is Double Indemnity, and for that reason, I always associate him with gritty film noir. So when I saw the description for Borderline, I was expecting murder, inner monologues, and a femme fatale. I was quite surprised when I ended up watching a light crime/comedy/romance. Borderline is about a Los Angeles police officer, Haley (Claire Read More
FlixFling contributor, Jordana Lipsitz reviews 1st Bite When I saw the title, First Bite, I immediately thought the film was a vampire movie. I soon realized it was not, but was not entirely sure what I was looking at. I’m not sure I ever really did figure it out. There were mermaids, and talking womanstones, and curses all set either in Thailand, Montserrant, or Montreal (or at least with a background Read More
FlixFling contributor, Matt Bussy reviews Hatchet Before I talk about Hatchet let me talk about the Final Destination film series. The reason there have been five movies is because audiences get a kick out of watching people die in creative ways. Death by burning to death in a tanning bed. Death by roller coaster. Death by laser eye surgery and gymnastics and decapitation and strangling in a bathtub and getting hit Read More