Filmstalker Film Club: Round 5 Special – IndieMoviesOnline Shorts
We've decided that every now and again, probably every three rounds of the Film Club, we're going to do a special. Now that could mean anything at all, but for this special we're visiting a site called IndieMoviesOnline.com, a site that offers free films for you to watch online, no catches, genuinely free films, and some damn good ones at that too.
We're going to revisit the site again in the future, but for now we decided to look at the short films that they have on offer. We each picked one, watched and reviewed them all for the audiocast. We managed to get an interesting range, one terrible, one pretty good and one excellent, and all for free.
So read on, watch the films, listen to the audiocast and enjoy.
IndieMoviesOnline.com is a superb site filled with films of all genres and destriptions, shorts to full length, documentaries to features, horror to drama, and they're all free. Now you might be thinking it's just filled with cheap films, not so.
Aardman has packed out the site with their shorts, there are features like Chopper, The Boss of It All, King of New York, My Left Foot, Brødre (Brothers), Bitter Moon, Day of the Dead, Frostbite, and so on.
Visit the site to see just how many films they have, follow them on Twitter, friend them on Facebook, and watch some free films. First though, go and watch the three short films that we picked out and then download the Filmstalker Audiocast and hear what we thought, then tell us whether we're talking rubbish or not!
Once you've seen them you can listen to the Filmstalker Film Club Audiocast with the player below, downloading from iTunes or through doubleTwist for your Android by searching for Filmstalker, and on both applications you can subscribe to receive the audiocasts as and when they're posted, here's the RSS feed for the audiocast.
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