Paramount Releases Free Full Movies On Youtube

Fans of classic films by Paramount Pictures, or even those curious to check out some classic works, can now do so more easily for free.

Known as “The Paramount Vault” on YouTube, the respective studio offers viewers a chance to visit many favorites, or to see them for the first time.

The list of films and clips spans generations, from lesser known, obscure films, to iconic, legendary movies.

Sci-fi films include “I Married A Monster From Outer Space,” “The Colossus of New York,” and the cult film “Masters of the Universe.”

Classics include the 1950 noir “Dark City,” and Elvis Presley’s “King Creole.”

Within the horror genre, there is “The Senders,” and campy classics like “Shanks,” and “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2.”

Action films also include the “American Ninja” franchise, and the film that put Lana and Andy Wachowski on the cinematic map, “Bound.”

From the About section of the YouTube page: “The Paramount Vault showcases a collection of Paramount full-length films and clips including selections that range from black-and-white to color, comedy to horror, and everything in between. Viewers are invited to explore the vast landscape of cinema’s history, share their favorite films, and discover new ones through this official channel created by Paramount Pictures.”

A direct link to the Paramount Vault can be found here.

What’s your favorite Paramount movie? As always, let us know in the comments below.

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