Watch Classic Movies Online
A critical mass of movie lovers consult the internet and visit online review websites that give them detailed insights about the movies they want to watch. But how many of those movies that are so easily found in different “top 10 lists” can actually be called classics that stand the test of time?
First, let’s start by talking a bit about what can be considered a classic movie. In our opinion, those would be movies that have not only stood the test of time when it comes to how many times you are able to watch them (definitely more than once or twice in your lifetime), and not only do they also hit home with how related you can feel to them, but those are movies that have impacted our culture and will forever be a part of the best moments in cinema history.
Thanks to the wonders of the internet, there are plenty of websites out there that cover reviews, interviews, podcasts, and much more about your favorite films. Some of the websites are getting more and more popular because of how they provide honest information about the film and entertainment industry. But can how easy is it for you to really find all of the essential classics that you will surely be talking about in film school?
We have one answer for all of your movie-obsessed fans, and that is Fandor.com. Fandor.com is, fortunately, one of those platforms that are centered around interviews and news, and a platform to watch independent films, documentaries, and classic movies.
Whether you want to get information about the upcoming movies or you’re just looking to watch an independent film, Fandor’s hub for cinephiles has got you covered with incredible collections that revolve around popular reviews, information, news, documentaries, classic movies, and interviews.
It’s all you need to catch up with all the reviews and information about the film industry, watch different documentary films, independent films, and so much more.
A stagecoach sets off across the wilderness carrying an assortment of characters whose journey is complicated by an Apache raiding party. Directed by John Ford, this 1939 classic is recognized as one of the most influential films ever made.
A delivery driver (John Payne) will stop at nothing to clear his own name by exposing the true culprits of a million-dollar heist, leading him to a web of corruption in Mexico. A film noir classic that inspired Quentin Tarantino’s Reservoir Dogs.
An automobile crash decapitates a beautiful young woman, and her boyfriend plans to transplant her head onto the body of a local stripper. This sleazy drive-in classic is a cult favorites. Much like the brain of the movie’s title, it will never die!
A Roger Corman classic spoofing horror and spy thrillers. A gangster (Anthony Carbone) decides to kill members of his bungling crew and blame their deaths on a legendary sea creature. What he doesn’t know is that the creature is actually out there!
Joe Beck (Robert Lowery) attempts to retrieve his deceased grandfather’s fortune on a freighter travelling to Texas in this classic 1940s noir featuring B-movie royalty like Phyllis Brooks (In Old New York) and Jack LaRue (A Farewell to Arms).
A horror classic written and directed by 24-year-old Francis Ford Coppola. Secrets shroud the death of Lady Haloran’s (Ethne Dunn) daughter (Barbara Dowling). As the family mourns, a mysterious interloper roams the grounds, with a big axe to grind.
A Los Angeles street-fighter works for gangsters in this film from the Blaxploitation era. Richard Lawson leads a cast that has Philip Michael Thomas and Dabney Coleman. If you like classic action films with iconic fight scenes, this is the movie for you!
A woman inexplicably finds herself cut off from all human contact when an invisible, unyielding wall suddenly surrounds the countryside. Accompanied by her loyal dog Lynx, she becomes immersed in a world untouched by civilization and ruled by the nature.