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Have you tried Fancast? It is awesome! You can watch TV shows and movies for FREE. How do they do that? There were a few commercials during the TV shows but the movie I watched was uncut. I don't know how long it's going to be free so you should go there now.

I watched some episodes of Bones that I missed and I was able to watch one of my very favorite movies of all time, The Food of the Gods!!! That movie is so horribly awesome in so many ways. Huge chickens, the worst giant wasp special effects, rat balls, electrocution, meat cleavers, shot guns, exploding dams and, did I mention, rat balls? It was made in 1976 and was the first horror movie I ever saw!

I've also checked some of the other Fancast offerings and found American Gothic, John Doe, Hill Street Blues, Sliders, and V just to mention a few. Sadly, Land of the Lost is not offered.

Check it out and let me know if your favorites are there.

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My sister told me about Fancast a couple of months ago. However, I hadn't gotten around to visiting it until now. It came up because I was telling her about a similar site called Hulu.com (it's also free and allows you to watch movies and TV shows with limited commercial interruption).

I saw that How I Met Your Mother, Alias Smith and Jones, DWTS, The White Shadow, WKRP, Veronica Mars and Pushing Daisies are available. Wow! If you get around to checking out Hulu.com, let me know what you think.

There is another free site I stumbled on a few weeks ago that might interest you. It's called TV4u.com and has scores of classic TV shows, movies, commercials, etc. Some of the shows available are: Our Miss Brooks, The Doris Day Show, The Lucy Show, Dragnet, Mannix, and Alfred Hitchcock Presents.

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Thanks for the shout out! Fancast also has blogs and entertainment news so it truly is a great resource for those of us who are movie/tv addicts! Visit Fancast