The AVOD platform W4FREE has announced 14 fantastic horror films for the service just in time for Halloween. The free streaming service, which is available through browsers and an app is the fastest emerging free AVOD platform around, and the latest acquisitions will make it a must-watch for terror fans.
The new additions are:
Franck Khalfoun’s superb remake of Maniac, starring Elijah Wood.
Jackals, starring Stephen Dorff and Deborah Kara Unger.
Horror musical comedy Stage Fright, starring Minnie Driver and Meatloaf.
Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead’s brilliant Spring.
The House Across the Street, starring Eric Roberts and Ethan Embry.
Travis Oates’ Don’t Blink, starring Mena Suvari.
Tyler Shield’s Final Girl, starring Abigail Breslin and Wes Bentley.
Cameron Macgowan’s Red Letter Day.
Elliot Goldner’s effectively chilling British found footage flick The Borderlands.
The gore-filled seasonal anthologies All Hallows’ Eve (which features the first appearance of Terrifier’s iconic Art the Clown) and All Hallows’ Eve 2.
Park Chan-Woo’s stunningly stylish Thirst.
Marina de Van’s Dark Touch.
Plus everyone’s favourite vampire mockumentary What We Do in the Shadows, directed by Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi.
Chris Sharp, Chairman of W4FREE, said of the announcement: “The horror genre continues to be an integral part of the channel’s output and today’s announcement reinforces the steady output of international titles, ranging from cult classics to the contemporary”.
W4FREE, founded by Sharp, a former Chief Operating Officer for Cello Zone and AMC Networks UK, also provides TV drama and crime series, documentaries and Reality TV and can be accessed on all mobile devices and via Apple, Swisscon TV Box and Sky Ticket. It has also recently launched on Netgem TV in the UK and Ireland.