Vudu is a streaming platform and digital video online store that only works in the US.
Along with their catalogue of content to buy or rent, they offer some movies and TV shows free of any advertisements.
You don’t need to pay a subscription to use the service because you only pay if you’re going to buy or rent something.
So, I’ve put together a selection of 10 movies you can find for free on Vudu. And since the service is only available in the US, we also explain how to access it from any other country.
How to access Vudu outside the US
Vudu is a service exclusively available in the US, so if you want to access it from any other country, you won’t be able to.
Luckily, with a VPN like ExpressVPN, you can do it easily by connecting to a server located in the US.
For more details about unlocking Vudu and how a VPN works, please check our comprehensive guide, ‘How to watch Vudu outside the US‘.
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1. Django Unchained (2012)
Drama, Western – 165 min.
From the creative mind of Quentin Tarantino and starring Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz and Leonardo DiCaprio, the film follows Django (Foxx), a black slave who with the help of a German bounty-hunter (Waltz), is set free and gets ready to save his wife from a cruel plantation owner in Mississippi.
2. Cell (2016)
Action, Adventure, Horror – 98 min.
Based on the novel of the same name by horror master Stephen King, Cell is this author’s approach to the zombie genre.
When a strange signal in the cellphones around the world turns people into bloodthirsty creatures acting like zombies, the apocalypse has come.
Artist Clyde Riddell (John Cusack) struggles to find his son in the middle of the chaos. He joins forces with Tom McCourt (Samuel L Jackson) to reach his home.
3. Silver Linings Playbook (2012)
Comedy, Drama, Romance – 122 min.
Based on The Silver Linings Playbook novel written by Matthew Quick, this film directed and adapted by David O. Rusell (Three Kings, American Hustle) follows former teacher Pat Solitano (Bradley Cooper), who after being for a while in a mental institution, is back at his parents’ house and tries to reconcile with his ex-wife.
In the meantime, he meets Tiffany (Jennifer Lawerence), a girl with mental issues who will challenge Pat on all aspects of his life.
4. Serena (2014)
Drama, History, Romance – 109 min.
Directed by Danish director Susanne bier (Bird Box) and based on the novel of the same name by Ron Rash, Serena is set during the Depression-era in North Carolina.
George Pemberton (Bradley Cooper) is a timber magnate who marries Serena (Jennifer Lawrence), a young woman with a complicated past. Pemberton’s empire begins to complicate once Serena starts taking more control and questioning his decisions.
5. House of 1,000 Corpses (2003)
Horror – 89 min.
WARNING: This movie is not for everyone. Besides the R classification, the film is extremely violent and gory.
The first instalment of the Firefly trilogy created, directed, and written by Rob Zombie, 1001 Corpses is the ultimate exponent of the slasher genre.
Set on Halloween in 1977, two couples who are searching for urban legends in the backwoods of Texas fall victims of a whole family of psychos and serial killers.
6. Benji (1974)
Adventure, Family – 86 min.
Created by Joe Champ, this film is the beginning of the Benji franchise about a lovely mixed breed dog who is always helping people.
Benji lives on the street, and thanks to the love and care of the townspeople, he gets food and also a lot of time playing with two kids.
Although the kids’ parents are against them playing with Benji, he will be the key in helping them and the police to find the children once they’re kidnapped.
7. Miss Potter (2006)
Biography, Drama, Romance – 88 min.
Starring Renée Zellweger, the film is based on the life of Beatrix Potter, the author of the best-selling children’s book The Adventures of Peter Rabbit.
The film centers on her struggles to find her works published while also dealing with her search for love and happiness. Ewan McGregor and Emily Blunt complete the starring roles.
8. Hannibal Rising (2007)
Action, Adventure, Crime – 121 min.
Based on the 2006 novel of the same name by Thomas Harris and with a screenplay written by Harris himself, Hannibal Rising is the fifth movie in the Hannibal series, working as a prequel to The Silence of the Lambs, Hannibal, and Red Dragon.
The film follows young Hannibal Lecter, who is the only survivor of his family during World War II, after the Nazis occupation in Lithuania.
9. Irreversible (2002)
Crime, Drama, Mystery – 87 min.
WARNING: this film has explicit and disturbing content.
Written and directed by Gaspar Noé, this French film makes use of reverse chronology to tell the story of two men.
Marcus (Vincent Cassel) and Pierre (Albert Dupontel) seek revenge in the streets of Paris during one night after Alex (Monica Bellucci), Marcus’ girlfriend, has been beaten almost to death and brutally raped by a stranger in the underpass.
10. Hard Candy (2005)
Drama, Thriller – 104 min.
Directed by David Slade (Hannibal TV series), Hard Candy follows Hayley (Elliot Page), a charming 14-year-old girl who meets Jeff, a handsome 32-year-old photographer.
After a chat session, they agree to meet in person, and from there on, a whole nightmare will begin.
Vudu is a platform that doesn’t need a subscription. You can watch movies on the streaming service for free with ads, and you also can buy or rent movies and TV series in digital video.
That’s why it is an excellent option at the moment for watching a film or enjoying a series because you aren’t tied to a contract or subscription ever.
Since Vudu is only available in the US, you need a VPN like ExpressVPN to access it from any other country. Also, with a VPN, you protect your privacy online, so it ends up being a great combo!
If you don’t know what to watch, enjoy these 10 great films on Vudu for free. Don’t wait more, grab a VPN subscription and sit back and enjoy the movies.