Crackle: The Best Site for Free, Uncut Movies & TV Shows
Free and Easy to Use: Crackle
From All in the Family to the Stooges, Crackle Has It All
Crackle, owned by Sony, is the only free site that will give you top movies and dozens of great television shows from the past and the present.
Seinfeld? Married With Children? Sanford and Son? All in the Family? Crackle’s got ‘em all, plus many more like I Dream of Jeannie, Newsradio, the Three Stooges, Bewitched, Good Times and more.
Speaking of Seinfeld, Jerry's new web show will only be on Crackle. It's called "Comedians in Cars with Coffee". Alec Baldwin and Larry David are among the first guests.
Crackle’s free and uncut films include Stepbrothers with Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly, Defendor, Donnie Brasco, The International, Quarantine, and Desperado.
Crackle’s horror section is huge and includes all the great franchises and some not so well known like the Pumpkinhead and Urban Legends series. The site even offers special collections. For example the “Psycho Bitch” section has 16 cinematic delights including La Femme Nikita, Wild Things, Bloody Mary and Candy Stripers.
“Kill Count” has 30 videos including Anatomy 1 & 2, the Boogeyman series, Carver, the Plague, and The Cottage.
The “Cult” section has everything from Monty Python to The Last Dragon.
Crackle is easy to navigate and the commercials shown before the features are short and usually interesting.
Crackle doesn’t have the depth of Netflix, but since it is totally free, it is one of the best deals on the internet.
Crackle will play on your PC, or TV if you have a Roku player, Playstation, Blu-ray, iPad or iPhone.
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