How do you call tall, thick fonts, similar to Bebas?
I'd like to find similar fonts to Bebas (below):
What do you call these types of fonts? Thick, tall, and usually all in uppercase?
If you're searching for fonts like that, look for condensed fonts. Traditionally used for cramming words into small spaces, they're more often used now for crisp bold blocky titles. Here's an article about using them well.
Tall font = narrow font, set at a large size.
Most font browsers will let you search on 'condensed' as a search term, and narrow by sans and weight using facets - some, like Typekit, will even let you put in 'Width', including narrow fonts that don't identify as condensed - https://typekit.com/fonts?classification=sans-serif&weight=heavy&width=condensed.