How to download classic horror movies for free and legal

We finished this particular mini Halloween special (and so mini… it has only had 2 posts. Next year more and better!) Sharing with all our readers one of the biggest legal sources of classic cinema that exists in the world.

Internet Archive it is probably the largest digital library in the world. If you still don't know her, take a look at this other post. Founded in 1996 and located in the San Francisco Presidio, the Internet Archive collects millions of documents and audiovisual works from around the world.

In addition to having such priceless tools as the Wayback machine, a historical record of millions of web pages, or an impressive catalog of arcade games that we can play directly from the browser (there are Pac-Man, Street Fighter II and company), the Internet Archive has hundreds of classic films from the 50s , 60 and 70.

The Little Shop of Horrors

It has a section dedicated to science fiction and horror films, with more than 400 movies that we can download directly, most of them in the public domain. We can see and download authentic classics online like Plan 9 from Outer Space, Night of The Living Dead, House on Haunted Hill, Lady Frankenstein and many more.

Whether we want to revisit any of these unmissable black and white gems, or if we need copyright free material For our own personal projects, the Internet Archive is a gold mine. The truth is that I love to take a look from time to time, you always find something that surprises you!

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