There’s a streaming service for every niche these days, and the cult film genre is no exception! VOD cult film specialists Spamflix has launched a new globally available app. The app is available on smartphones and compatible smart TVs. In this all-new app, users can browse, rent, and stream the hefty catalog featuring full-length and short films from all around the world.

Think of Spamflix as the “Netflix for Cult Film Fans”. Their library contains hard-to-find, lesser-known genre titles. Several of these films found great success on the festival circuit but never garnered mainstream acknowledgment. Spamflix’s specialty focus is black comedy and adult animation, creating easy access for ignored genres. But it doesn’t stop there… other film categories include Crime, Nonsense, WTF Did I Just Watch?, and the currently appropriate #staythefuckhome.

Browsing the app for new and favorite cult classics is easy. Users can rent individual films for 72 hours for just $5 USD. Multiple titles can also be acquired via Film Packs. Film Packs also include special discounts and a Free Film Coupon for all newly registered users. Act fast because the ‘Free Film Coupon’ promotion is good through May 22.

Some recent additions include art-house erotic fantasy The Wild Boys by Bertrand Mandico, comedic mockumentary Burning Love by Alberto Caviglia, and Shugo Fuji’s mutant Japanese horror film Mimicry Freaks. I mean just check out this awesome list of some of the films released to North America and the UK!

Available in the USA:

Crumbs (2015) – Dir. Miguel Llansó

Curling (2010) – Dir. Denis Côté  + a selected retrospective on the director

Fish & Cat (2013) – Dir. Shahram Mokri

For Some Inexplicable Reason (2014) – Dir. Gabor Reisz

France is a Gas (2015) – Dir. Benoit Forgeard

Gandu (2010) – Dir. Q

The Legend of Kaspar Hauser (2010) – Dir. Davide Manuli

Liza the Fox-Fairy (2015) – Dir. Károly Ujj Mészáros

Scabbard Samurai (2010) – Dir. Hitoshi Matsumoto

And animated short films by Signe Baumane

Available in Canada:

The ABCs of Death 1 & 2 (2012 & 2014) Anthology

Carcasses (2009) – Dir. Denis Côté + a selected retrospective on the director

Good Manners (2017) – Dir. Marco Dutra & Juliana Rojas

How to Get Rid of the Others (2007) – Dir. Anders Rønnow Klarlund

Love & Other Cults (2017) – Dir. Eiji Uchida

Symbol (2009) – Dir. Hitoshi Matsumoto

The Whispering Star (2015) – Dir. Sion Sono

The Wild Boys (2017) – Dir. Bertrand Mandico

Wrong Cops (2013) – Dir. Quentin Dupieux

Available in the UK:

The Bra (2018) – Dir. Veit Helmer

Cold Fish (2010)  – Dir. Sion Sono + seven-film retrospective and documentary

Death by Death (2016) – Dir. Xavier Seron

The Fake (2013) – Dir. Yeon Sang-ho

Fish & Cat (2013) – Dir. Shahram Mokri

The Legend of Kaspar Hauser (2010) – Dir. Davide Manuli

Ruined Heart: Another Lovestory Between a Criminal & a Whore (2014) – Dir. Khavn

Suffering of Ninko (2016) – Dir. Norihiro Niwatsukino

Straight to Hell Returns (2010)  – Dir. Alex Cox + five film retrospective

The Wild Boys (2017) – Dir. Bertrand Mandico – About Spamflix

There are currently over 50 films on the platform for each region and more are being added every month. Cinephiles rejoice! We may not have our theaters back yet, but we can enjoy some of the most fun and funky films the entertainment industry has to offer right from the comfort of our own homes. Look for the app now in the Apple Store, Google Play Store, and on AirPlay, and Chromecast.