Free Horror Titles On Crackle In July

Terror takes many forms in the frightful films coming to Crackle this July. Whether in the open waters or on humanity’s barren wasteland, perils await at every turn. 

Prefer your horror finned and vicious? Empire of the Sharks depicts a future where humans are meals for an army of intelligent sharks. 

If five heads are better than one, 5-Headed Shark Attack proves it’s also more dangerous. A new shark species with a quintet of razor-filled maws terrorizes Puerto Rico, threatening to turn its once peaceful shores into a buffet of human flesh. Paradise found becomes paradise lost. 

When the seas and shores offer no sanctuary, turn your terror to the roads.  In a post-apocalyptic desert wasteland, Mad Max: Fury Road follows a group of rebels fighting tyranny with the aid of an unlikely ally. Action and automotive carnage collide in director George Miller’s acclaimed revamp of the landmark franchise. 

These are just a few of the terrifying shark-infested titles, physiological thrillers, and desert road rage films streaming on Crackle this July. So check out Crackle this month – if you dare face the beasts. 

Below is a list of all the terrifying titles streaming on Crackle this July.

5-Headed Shark Attack (Exclusive Feature Film) Available: July 1st
The beautiful island is home to thousands of species of aquatic life. Now, there is a new species: the 5-Headed Shark is all heads and teeth. Shaped like a demented starfish, this monster terrorizes the open ocean before invading the beaches of Puerto Rico, endangering the once peaceful island paradise.

Cast: Chris Bruno (Mare of Easttown), Nikki Howard (Riding In Cars With Girls), Lindsay Sawyer (Tomb Invader)

Shark Lake (Available: July 1st)
When a black-market exotic species dealer named Clint is paroled from prison, something he let loose begins to make its presence known.

Cast: Dolph Lundgren (Rocky IV), Sara Malakul Lane (King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table), Lily Brooks O’Briant (The Young and the Restless)

Megalodon (Exclusive Feature Film) Available: July 1st
A military vessel on the search for an unidentified submersible finds themselves face to face with a giant shark, forced to use only what they have on board to defend themselves from the monstrous beast.

Cast: Michael Madsen (Kill Bill, Vol. 1), Caroline Harris (Westworld), Ego Mikitas (The Blacklist)

Red Water (Available: July 1st)
Facing bankruptcy, Louisiana fishing boat captain John Sanders (Lou Diamond Phillips) and his faithful first mate Emery Broussard have little choice but to return to the career they left, underwater oil drilling, when Sanders’ ex-wife, Kelli, offers to pay them well for their help with a massive underground reserve under the Atchafalaya River. Police captain Dale Landry has a more serious problem on his hands: A killer bull shark has swum up the Atchafalaya and is attacking people. As Sanders, Emery, Kelli and company begin diving, they encounter a pack of predators who threaten to be far more dangerous than the shark. A trio of criminals led by Ice is already diving in search of a secret cache of money, and will stop at nothing to locate it.

Cast: Lou Diamond Phillips (La Bamba), Kristy Swanson (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Coolio (Daredevil)

Planet of the Sharks (Exclusive Feature Film) Available: July 1st
In the near future, glacial melting has covered 98% of earth’s landmass. Sharks have flourished and now dominate the planet, operating as one massive school led by a mutated alpha shark. The human survivors live in terror of the predators, and it’s up to one brave marine biologist to take down the alpha shark and make the seas safe again.

Cast: Brandon Auret (Elysium), Stephanie Beran (Big Kill), Lindsay Sullivan (Monster Island)

Shark Killer (Available: July 1st)
The services of shark killer Chase Walker have been engaged by his brother Jake, the head of a South African crime ring. The gig: kill the black-finned shark that swallowed a valuable diamond during a gang transaction. Enlisted to keep an eye on Chase is Jake’s girlfriend, Jasmine. But Chase and Jasmine’s relationship deepens with the threats from a rival crime boss: bring the diamond to him or die. Soon, loyalties will shift, and Chase will learn that trusting in blood is for suckers. Now, it’s crime boss against crime boss, brother against brother, and man against nature, as Chase strives to rescue Jasmine, save his own life, and track down the great black-finned shark that will be the greatest challenge of his career.

Cast: Derek Theler (American Gods), Erica Cerra (Nancy Drew), Paul du Toit (Maze Runner: The Death Cure)

Empire of the Sharks (Exclusive Feature Film) Available: July 1st
In the future, most of Earth is covered by water. The only land left is controlled by a lone warlord and his army of ever-vigilant, hyper-intelligent sharks. The humans are forced to pay tribute to the warlord, and the unlucky ones are caged up and kept as food for the shark army. But when two friends risk their lives to rescue a trapped prisoner, those imprisoned decide to rise against their captor and his legion of bloodthirsty sharks.

Cast: John Savage (The Deer Hunter), Jack Armstrong (Scandal), Thandi Sebe (6-Headed Shark Attack)

Dead Birds (Available: July 1st)
Set during the American Civil War, William is the leader of a band of Confederate soldiers who rob a bank of its gold and then take refuge from a thunderstorm on an abandoned plantation. The fear in the group grows as supernatural forces in the house start to manifest themselves, and the six begin to turn on each other. But as the history of the house becomes clear, they discover that they have far more to fear than each other.

Cast: Henry Thomas (E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial), Patrick Fugit (Almost Famous), Nicki Aycox (Longmire)

Phenomena (Available: July 1st)
A young girl is sent to a boarding school, where her unusual ability solves a string of murders.

Cast: Jennifer Connelly (Top Gun: Maverick), Donald Pleasance (Halloween), Daria Nicolodi (Suspiria)

Playback (Available: July 1st)
A group of high school students digging into their town’s dark past unearth a chilling secret, releasing an evil spirit that possesses its victims in this frightening thriller.

Cast: Christian Slater (Heathers), Ambyr Childers (Ray Donovan), Toby Hemingway (Black Swan)

Nix (Available: July 1st)
A psychological horror film inspired by Germanic folklore, the story of Nix follows a tragedy at a mysterious lake and its frightening consequences as a shattered family unravels the truth.

Cast: James Zimbardi (General Hospital), Dee Wallace (E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial), Michael Paré (The Virgin Suicides)

Lair (Available: July 1st)
A fractured family are forced to face their demons, metaphorically and literally, as they unwittingly become embroiled in a man’s attempt to prove the existence of the supernatural in order to overturn a friend’s murder conviction.

Cast: Oded Fehr (The Mummy), Corey Johnson (Captain Phillips), Alexandra Gilbreath (Monarch of the Glen)

Mad Max: Fury Road (Exclusive Feature Film) Available: July 9th
In a post-apocalyptic wasteland, a woman rebels against a tyrannical ruler in search for her homeland with the aid of a group of female prisoners, a psychotic worshiper and a drifter named Max.

Cast: Charlize Theron (Monster), Tom Hardy (Taboo), Nicholas Hoult (Renfield)

This July, Crackle brings a range of frightmares attacking from all sides. Enter the open waters, harsh desert plains, and more if you dare, but beware – in these realms of beasts and on humanity’s barren wasteland, no one is safe from what feeds within! The terror is open season and has only just begun. 

So, surf, swim, or drive at your own risk this July on Crackle.

Crackle is a free ad-supported streaming service owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment. It features licensed content from Sony as well as other media companies. Crackle offers a wide variety of free movies and TV shows, along with a selection of original programming. Crackle is available as an app on streaming devices like Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV as well as gaming consoles like PlayStation and Xbox. It’s also available as a mobile app on iOS and Android.

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