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It’s Halloween time again and we all know what that means: candy, costumes, trick r’ treating, haunted houses and of course  our favorite, scary movies. This year, Binge Out is proud to bring to our readers a marathon of classic horror films that are not only perfect for enjoying this Halloween season, but are also 100% free!

Free, you ask? Yes! The films are all free and (even better) legal, with no downloading or credit card information necessary, courtesy of FrightPix horror streaming service, which unlike similar services, is always free. Specializing in rare, classic, and grindhouse films, FrightPix easily evades competition with their unique array.

Touching upon just the tip of this iceberg, we have carefully curated five of our all time favorite classic horror movies available via FrightPix for you to kickback and enjoy this spook-tacular Samhain. Turn out the lights, get the popcorn and candy, and get ready to be scared to bits by these classically unsettling films thanks to FrightPix.

5 Horror Movies You Need To Watch This Halloween On FrightPix

The Last House on the Left

If you have only seen the 2009 remake of Wes Craven’s 1972 classic, you are greatly missing out. Last House on the Left was Wes Craven’s directorial debut. Upon releasing his sexually deviant and widely banned exploitation film, Craven quickly earned his genre-guru status among horror filmmakers and moviegoers.

Alice, Sweet Alice

Director Alfred Sole’s 1976 cult classic Alice, Sweet Alice was solely responsible for his excommunication from the Catholic Church. The film itself was even seized by the UK for violating the Obscene Publications Act of 1959 and even changed it’s original title Communion, to what we now know as Alice, Sweet Alice.


Originally flopping in the box offices, David Cronenberg’s debut film Shivers may not have been an instant hit but it’s notoriously provocative and taboo overtones serve as a reminder of just how much audiences and censorship have evolved since 1975.


Dario Argento’s 1977 witchy and erotically monochromatic oeuvre Susperia, is not only a personal favorite of mine, but arguably his magnum opus as well. 

Sleepaway Camp

Whether you were left captivated or traumatized by Sleepaway Camp, one thing remains true: every horror fan is nostalgic for scream queen Felissa Rose’s film debut. 

What’s your go-to horror movie to ring in the Halloween season? Let us know by tweeting us your favorite title using #BingeOutHalloween!

– Rachael Rumancek
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