Streaming Film Databases
The following library databases provide access to full-length featured films, including horror films.
Gale Literary Sources - Gale Literary Sources allows users to research authors and their works, literary movements and genres. Search across various literature databases to find full text of literary works, journal articles, literature criticism, reviews, biographical information and overviews.
New York Times - The New York Times provides real time same day access to not only the same articles, features, and images that appear in the print editions, but a wealth of additional learning and information resources, such as: video, audio, graphics, and database content. It also contains film reviews.
Note: Access to The New York Times requires an individual account to be created through the library website.
Once you have access to the NYTimes through the Library's Academic Pass you can access movie reviews by scrolling down to Movies under Arts at the bottom of the homepage.
Databases are a collection of data that have been organized and made searchable. Our library databases contain peer reviewed and non-peer reviewed journal articles, films, magazines, primary and secondary sources, and other useful research material. These databases can be found on our Databases and E-Resources page. They can be searched through alphabetically or by subject. The following general databases may be good for contextualizing your film selections.
General Research Databases to start with:
The following websites are good starting places for selecting films. These are not authoritative or scholarly sites, they're simply sites to get inspiration for picking films.