Many people have heard of movie downloading, a term often associated with illicit activities and copyright infringement. Fortunately, there are a number of free, legal options available for film fans who want to view movies on their Mac. The Internet Media Archive contains thousands of public domain feature films in every genre imaginable, while Apple’s iTunes digital music store offers a number of video podcasts, including “Cult of UHF” (sci-fi/horror films) and “Cult of Kung Fu” (martial arts movies), bringing free cinematic entertainment right to your Apple machine. Scroll through the categories and select “Movies.” Note that many other categories are also available to suit your interests, including “Animation & Cartoons,” “News & Public Affairs” and “Sports Videos.” Click “Feature Films.” Browse through the resulting categories, which include “Comedy Films,” “Film Noir,” “Sci-Fi/Horror,” and many more. Icloud Download Free Mac. Click the one that most closely matches your current film-watching mood. Choose a letter from A to Z under “Browse By Title.” A list appears, containing all the available movies that begin with this letter. (For instance, to locate the classic horror movie “Carnival of Souls,” choose “C” under the “Sci-Fi/Horror” category.) Locate the film you want to watch, then click on its title.
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