“Kino Lorber is excited to announce that they have partnered with Giant Pictures to launch Kino Cult, the new free ad-supported streaming destination for genre lovers of horror and cult films. Featuring hundreds of hours of curated, theatrically released films all in High Definition, with new titles added monthly, Kino Cult launches widely in the U.S. and Canada on October 1, 2021 across web, mobile devices and connected TVs, with VOD apps on all major devices such as Roku, Amazon Fire, Apple TV, Google TV, iOS, Android, and more.”
Just from reading this announcement, I have to tell you how excited I am. Kino Lorber has been releasing some great films this year and are now bringing the weird stuff — for free! — to streaming. When asked their plans, Kino says that they plan to offer a deep catalog of hundreds of relevant titles, many of which are streamable for the very first time, all in HD and all completely free.
As the service launches. it will feature films including A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, Dogtooth, Welcome To The Circle, Beasts Clawing at Straws, The Forbidden Room, Chained for Life, Let the Corpses Tan, A Bay of Blood, Black Sabbath, Black Sunday, Daughter of Dracula, The Erotic Rites of Frankenstein, Female Vampire, A*P*E*, Beware the Blob, Attack of the Robots, Astro-Zombies, The Grapes of Death, Frightmare, Mom and Dad, A Virgin Among the Living Dead, House of Exorcism, Requiem for a Vampire, Star Slammer, The Pit, The Quest, Rawhead Rex, The Stud, The Wanderers, Legend of the Mountain, The Devil’s Playground, Straight to Hell, Hercules in the Haunted World, Kill, Baby…Kill!, Hatchet for the Honeymoon, Four Times that Night, Evil Eye, The House, Hemel, Meat, The Summer House, First Born, Fever, Observance, The Perfect Husband, The Man with the Magic Box, Blood Paradise, Virgin Witch, Black Magic Rites, Luciferina, White Zombie, Vampyres, The Blood Beast Terror, Nosferantu, The Asphyx, Bunny: The Killer Thing, Killbillies, Those Who Deserve to Live, Trauma, The House of 100 Eyes, Snowflake, Taste of Phobia, Horror Stories, Au Pair Girls, Zeta One, Eden and After, I Need a Ride to California, Trans-Europe Express, The Balcony, La’Immortelle, The Oldest Profession, Successive Slides of Virtue, Vice and Virtue, The Atomic Cafe, Metropolis, London in the Raw, The Queen, Primitive London, Lucha Mexico, In Search of Dracula, The Showman, The Ape, Fear and Desire, The Flesh and the Fiends, Dirty Gertie from Harlem U.S.A., Devil Bat, Fear and Desire, Madchen in Uniform, The Blood of Jesus, The Growler Story, The Phantom of the Opera, the Fantomas series, Hard Romanticker, The Robber, Like Me, The Chase, Headshot, Deadly Virtues, Reefer Madness, She Shoulda Said No, Marihuana, How to Take a Bath, The Diabolical Doctor Z, The Awful Dr. Orloff, How to Undress, Sex Madness, Pin Down Girl, Girl Gang, Exorcism and Test Tube Babies.
Plus, Kino Cult will have curated categories including the Golden Age of Exploitation, ’60s espionage films in Crime & Suspense, ’70s and ’80s Flashback, and witchcraft and devil worship in Occult. Nearly all of these titles are streaming for the first time free without a subscription, with some making their streaming debuts on Kino Cult!
An expansion to the library is also planned, to include more genre greatness from other venerated cult labels like American Genre Film Archive, Code Red, Scorpion Releasing, Severin Films, Something Weird and Vinegar Syndrome, in addition to the current offerings from Kino Lorber partners Artsploitation Films, Palisades Tartan, Raro Video and Redemption Films.
You can download the Kino Cult app in the U.S. and Canada and watch free on Roku, Amazon Fire, Apple TV, Google TV, iOS, Android and at www.kinocult.com.