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Classic Horror Films You Can Legally Watch for Free

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How do you usually spend your Friday nights? In the pub with your mates? With an Xbox controller in your hands? Or do you prefer to be curled up on the sofa in a dimly-lit living room, peering at your television screen, awaiting the next gallon of blood to trickle across the screen? If you chose the latter option then you’re in the right place.

The Internet Archive is home to gigabytes of media that anyone can view or download for free. Finding what you’re looking for can often prove problematic however, mainly because there’s just so much to see. Those of you who are fond of suspense, thrills, blood and guts will be pleased to know we’ve hacked and slashed our way through the tripe to find some of the best scary films available in the public domain.

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