Lots of Christmas Movies, and All of Them Free!'Twas the week around Christmas, and all through D.C.; a full schedule of movies, all of them free!
Free Holiday Movies Playing in Our BackyardWhile the box office may be in short supply of festive films, local museums, libraries and theaters have holiday movies galore.
Free Flicks: 'Anchorman' Not Only at NewseumIt's a Dark World as far as new movies are concerned this weekend. Thor is expected to dominate the competition once again, so if you've already seen the God of Thunder in action, this may be a great week to check out a free movie in the DMV.
Free Flicks an Alternative to Playing the Ticket Game for 'Ender's Game'The movie adaptation of Ender's Game finally arrives in theaters this weekend, and hordes of fans who grew up on Orson Scott Card's tale of a little boy with potentially world-saving video game skills will be crowding the multiplex. You could fight for a seat, or you could beat the crowds and see a wide array of free movies this week, some based on other best-selling books, others just silly comedies. A few movies from Hollywood's Golden Age are screening as well.
Horrifying Halloween Movies Playing for Free in D.C.What's your favorite scary movie of all time? With Halloween just a few days away, chances may be pretty good that one of your favorite spooky cinematic experiences is playing for free in DC this week.
Smurfs 2: Leaving Your Money Green, But Your Face BlueDon't go blue in the face paying to see "Smurfs 2" this weekend. There are movies geared towards young and old playing for free in a theater near you.
Free Movie Weekend: 'The Walking Dead' Crawls Into TheatersIt's the first weekend of spring, and the tourists are beginning to descend on the nation's capital for the National Cherry Blossom Festival. Another, lesser-known tourist option is blooming in DC, too: the free movies you can check out year-round in Washington's museums.
Movies In The City: Your Guide to Free Weekend Movies Go to a museum on any given weekend in Washington, and chances are you'll find a free movie to barge in on. This weekend, though, there are a lot more cinematic offerings with no ticket required, and many of them aren't even decades old.