Where to Stream Movies Free

SWhere to Stream Movies Free 1treaming services—all legal—offer hundreds of TV shows and films.

Stream movies free from services that include Crackle, Kanopy, Pluto TV, Tubi TV, Vudu, and Xumo.


Where to Stream Movies Free 2Pluto TV website looks a lot like a menu from a cable box, with 100’s of channels.  Most of the channels feature video content curated from around the web, including online newscasts from CBSN, Cheddar, and NBC News, as well as comedy content from the likes of Mystery Science Theatre 3000.

Where to Stream Movies Free 3Xumo is another free, ad-powered streaming video platform that offers live and on-demand content from more than 100 channels.  Xumo’s focus is on premium branded channels, everything from The Onion and Funny or Die, to TMZ, GQ, and Vogue, to NBC News and Sports Illustrated.

Where to Stream Movies Free 4Vudu has free content under the “Movies on Us” tab at the top of the home page.  Free stuff includes some very popular older titles such as, recently, “Interstellar,” “Titanic,” and “True Grit.”

Where to Stream Movies Free 5Tubi TV is an ad-supported service has more than 7,000 titles, including selections from the libraries of Lionsgate, MGM, and Paramount Pictures, as well as Starz Digital.

Where to Stream Movies Free 6Crackle, Sony’s ad-supported streaming service, hosts a library of mainstream titles including older TV shows, popular older movies and  a smaller collection of somewhat more recent movies, including “300” and “Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows.”

Where to Stream Movies Free 7Hoopla & Kanopy are unlike the other streaming services in that you’ll need a membership at a participating library, university, or other learning institution.  You are limited to a number of titles per month.