130 Legal Horror Films
We think the title says it all, really
130 Legal Horror Films Review
by on June 9, 2011
While no director would recommend watching a movie on a smartphone, most of the movies in the 130 Legal Horror Films wouldn’t look too good on the big screen anymore. That’s not to say that there aren’t gems hidden in the package, it’s just the the copyright has run out on all of them, which means they are all pretty old.
Some of the titles are pretty awesome, though. Who can resist such movies as: Manster, The Screaming Skull, The Devil Bat and Werewolf In a Girl’s Dormitory? While most of these titles are available on places like YouTube, the app is a decent portal to horror content and acts as a decent go-to place for movies on your phone.
Yes, there are sites out there that will offer more premium content but this is either at a massive price or downright illegal. At least with this app you are safe in the knowledge that the police won’t knock down the door for looking at this content.
If you are looking for horror movies about the legal trade, though, this is not the place. There isn’t a werewolf judge in sight. It does have Night Of The Living Dead, though, which is still one of the greatest horror movies ever made.
Buy this app: Download the 130 Legal Horror Movies app now
Best Android Apps |
Best Android Apps: Free | Best Android phones
RBS Six Nations Live Challenge
Take on your mates in a Six Nations (quiz) clash for the ages and win match balls from the competition...
The best of the Beeby Sound
Are we really that obsessed with virtual Polaroids?
Limited ability to save online videos
It’s Wikipedia in an easy to use format
Nothing to be seen here
Tom And Jerry
It’s all the Tom and Jerry cartoons, and it’s brilliant
Loads of effects but get ready to wait
Thumba Photo Editor
A worthwhile investment into photo editing
A clock you’ll never need