Just in time for Halloween, San Francisco-based free streaming service Tubi TV has joined forces with legendary genre film studio Full Moon to deliver a pack of classic horror and fantasy films designed to chill your blood and freak you out.
With over 550 films in its library and several key franchises like Puppet Master, Demonic Toys, Evil Bong, The Gingerdead Man, and more, Full Moon is one of the most popular and prolific independent studios in history. The studio was founded by producer/director Charles Band in 1989 following the success of his independent studio Empire Pictures in the 1980s and has been one of the major names in cult film production and distribution ever since, as well as being responsible for a wave of collectible merchandise, comic books, apparel, and magazines.
“Hooking up with Tubi is a big deal for Full Moon,” says Band of the deal. “We’re preparing 40 of our most popular and bizarre titles to start streaming on Tubi this month and will have our very own Full Moon Tubi Channel in the next few months! It’s incredibly exciting and yet another awesome way our fans can get our films as well as a wild platform to reach an entirely new generation of horror and weird movie fan!”
Tubi provides the largest library of movies and TV shows in the U.S. With more than 8,500 titles, its proprietary Content Personalization Engine makes content selection and discovery easy.
Adam Lewinson, Chief Content Officer at Tubi, had this to say of the new association with Full Moon: “We’re excited to partner with Full Moon to bring their iconic brand of horror and fantasy to our viewers just in time for Halloween. Plus, this is the first time these movies are available anywhere streaming free.”
Keep checking Tubi over the coming weeks to check out what Full Moon films will be available to stream, and then get ready for the launch of the Full Moon Channel on Tubi later in the year.
Tubi TV is available for free on Android and iOS mobile devices and on OTT devices (such as Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Sony, PlayStation 4, Samsung, and Amazon Fire TV). Consumers can also watch Tubi content on the web at tubitv.com.