The weekend is fast approaching and for some of us, that downhill slide into the week’s end is a welcome relief that brings free time to enjoy all those movies you’ve been waiting to see.
OVGuide has all the top free films you could want, all in one convenient location. Check out this week’s list of what’s hot online right now.
Free Films to Watch Online This Weekend
|1. DARK NATURE|
|Hoping to enjoy a nice holiday in the country, a mother and her daughter travel to a remote Scottish community, but their getaway turns into a nightmare as an escalating series of disturbances force them into a desperate fight for their lives.
Dark Nature is a free film available to watch right now on OVGuide in it’s entirety.
|2. SLAUGHTER DAUGHTER|
|After being left at the altar 5 years ago, ex-beauty queen Farrah Adjani has receded into her own world. She lives at home in an apartment shared by her mother and aunt, and rarely comes out of her room. She spends her time flipping through the 24-hour news cycle and feeding her obsession with Jackson Miles, a recently convicted serial killer. Everything changes when her overbearing drunk of a mother returns home from her date, flashes a ring, and announces ‘Mommy’s getting married!’ Thrown into a tailspin, Farrah makes a drastic move to get noticed by Jackson Miles. She wants to learn everything Jackson knows about murder. Farrah never could be the perfect daughter, but can she be the perfect killer? On her mother’s wedding day, she’s planning to find out!
A story of a good girl gone dark, Slaughter Daughter takes you through Farrah’s transformation.
|3. BEAT GIRL|
|This Emmy-nominated coming-of-age story follows the turbulent life of 19-year-old Heather. Following the death of her mother, Heather is forced to move in with her estranged father and half-brother. Burying herself in music, Heather struggles to find a balance between her friendships and her messy family life, and she is torn between a career as a classical pianist and the enticing world of DJing.
Beat Girl is a must-see for all music lovers and leaves you with a feel-good ending you won’t regret.
|Hoods is 1998 independent film directed by Mark Malone.
Angelo, together with a group of five other people, is ordered by his father, an Italian mobster, to kill the son of an enemy of his, who has destroyed one of his buildings with a bomb. The problems grow bigger when they discover that the person they have to kill is really a nine-year-old.
|5. THE CONFESSIONAL|
|A disturbed sculptor assumes the identity of a small town priest and designs a game of divine madness for a unsuspecting town.
The Confessional has it all: crime, drama, comedy, horror, action, and thrillers to keep you on the edge of your seat and fully engaged.
|6. ROAD RAGE|
|They say you shouldn’t take rides from strangers, and a young woman gets an especially vivid reminder of why in this thriller. Sonia (Danielle Brett) is a college student whose relationship with her fiance has begun falling apart; after an especially ugly argument with her boyfriend, Sonia hitches a ride home with Jim (Casper Van Dien), a truck driver. At first, Sonia thinks of Jim as her knight in shining armor, but before long it becomes obvious that Jim is not the good Samaritan he seems to be, and when he becomes involved in a dangerous game of tag with another motorist, Sonia realizes her situation has gone from unpleasant to potentially deadly.
A classic thriller, Road Rage is sure to become your go-to Friday Night thriller.
|A super natural thriller inspired by actual events. When the Callahans set off for a peaceful family vacation in the mountains they never expected their personal demons to follow them. The children discover a paranormal presence in the secluded cabin and two generations of secrets are revealed, forever changing the lives of the living as well as the dead. Sizzling performances by a stellar ensemble including Melissa Salinas (Treggin, The Case) and Sean Patrick Flaherty (Daddy Day Camp, The Grand) will keep you gripping yourself and looking over your shoulder!
Ominous combines elements of the supernatural with scare-your-pants off moments to blend into the perfect weekend movie thriller.
|8. ENDLESS LOVE|
|Endless Love is a 1981 romantic drama film directed by Franco Zeffirelli starring Brooke Shields, Martin Hewitt, Tom Cruise in his film debut, and James Spader in his second film role. The screenplay by Judith Rascoe was adapted from the novel by Scott Spencer. The original music score was composed by Jonathan Tunick. The film was a moderate box-office success, and its theme song, performed by Diana Ross and Lionel Richie and also called “Endless Love”, became a #1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100, and was the biggest-selling single in Ross’ career. Billboard magazine chose it as “The Best Duet of All Time” in 2011, 30 years after its debut. It spent 9 weeks at #1 and received Academy Award and Golden Globe nominations for “Best Original Song”, along with 5 Grammy nominations.
Even if you weren’t an 80s kid, you’ve likely heard of Endless Love. This classic is a must-see coming of age movie.
|9. EL CAMINO|
|El Camino is a 2008 drama film written by Salvatore Interlandi and Erik S. Weigel and directed by Erik S. Weigel.
Elliot, 31, a product of the Washington D.C. foster care system, has spent most of his life moving from place to place. When he is contacted by Matthew, a childhood friend from “the system” dying of cancer, Elliot goes to be by his side. At the funeral, he meets Gray and Lily, two friends of Matthew, both aimless in their present lives. Motivated by their sense of loss, and personal anger, Gray, Lily and Elliot steal Matthew’s ashes and take them to Mexico. As the three travelers journey cross-country with Matthew’s urn in tow, they are forced to confront their own sense of family, identity and future. Set against the changing American landscape, EL CAMINO follows these characters as they search for themselves in a country that has lost it’s own identity. Gray, the wayward son of a prominent D.C. family, has left his pregnant girlfriend. He is angry, volatile and fearful of commitment. Lily is Matthew’s ex-girlfriend. Unbeknownst to her parents, she has dropped out of college and become an exotic dancer. Lost in alcohol and pills she longs for her mother’s approval. Elliot is outside the cultural mainstream. He carries a suitcase filled with documents and mementos of his life. An explorer of human experience, he interviews and videotapes people he meets. Haunted by dreams of his mother’s drowning, Elliot struggles to find his place in the world. EL CAMINO is a humorous and compassionate film about friendship, family, and search for self in today’s American landscape.
|While fighting for a woman who sits on death row, a lawyer happens upon new information which brings into question the motives of a man associated with her client.
An edge of your seat drama lie Convicted requires extra popcorn and a hefty dose of steel nerves to make it through to the end. Can you guess the outcome?
Which one of these free films is your favorite?