Tubi has Cringey, Corny Movies in Honor of April Fool’s Day




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Some movies are just so bad they’re good. Whether it’s a Birdemic or a campy cult favorite dubbed the worst film ever made, Tubi has all the outrageous movies you can stream on April Fool’s Day that are just as cringe-worthy as they are binge-worthy.

Start streaming out of curiosity and stay for the horrible CGI, low-budget sets, and corny plots that are just a joke. It’s the April Fool’s watch list you never knew you needed, all for free on Tubi.

What to Watch on Tubi this April Fools’ Day

2012: Ice Age (2011) – When a volcanic eruption in Iceland sends a glacier hurtling toward North America, a family struggles to escape the onslaught of the coming ice age.

Birdemic: Shock and Terror (2011) – Midnight movie cult-favorite about a picturesque California town under attack by millions of killer birds that swoop in and wreak bloody havoc.

Lavalantula (2014) – B-movie monsters and disaster shock collide when volcanic eruptions in LA unleash a horde of gigantic, lava-breathing tarantulas.

Komodo vs. Cobra (2005) – While searching for a research lab on a remote island, a group of activists discovers two giant reptilian creatures have escaped the facility.

Plan 9 From Outer Space (1959) – Hailed as the worst film ever made, the cult classic features evil aliens who aim to conquer Earth by reviving corpses buried in a Hollywood cemetery.

Poseidon Rex (2014) – A coastal island near Belize is in a grip of bloody terror when deep-sea divers accidentally awaken an ancient, prehistoric monster from the past.

Sharktopus vs. Whalewolf (2015) – When a mad scientist mixes the genes of a killer whale and a wolf, it creates the Whalewolf, and it’s up to Sharktopus to stop it.

The VelociPastor (2019) – In this cult film sensation, a newly orphaned priest travels to China in search of spirituality and instead gains the power to turn into a dinosaur.

Titanic 2 (2010) – A century after the fateful voyage of the original, modern luxury liner Titanic II sets sail. Will this ship suffer the same fate as her namesake?

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