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All of the sites were closed down after it was discovered that they were offering movies to download illegally and movies to view illegally. Visiting any of the sites will display a message from the US Government explaining why the site has been seized.
The seven sites that were closed down are: TVshack.net Movies-Links.tv FilesPump.com Now-Movies.com PlanetMoviez.com ThePirateCity.org ZML.com
If you were a customer of any of these sites, unfortunately, any money you had on your account will be lost.
However, if you're still looking for somewhere to download your movies and TV shows, there is a site that you can use safely and legally online; MovieBerry.com. The site offers over 10,000 movies and 1,000 TV shows, is easy to use and is one of the best sites for customer service. We love these guys and although they are fairly new, they are up and coming and offer a fantastic service.
If you want to know more about MovieBerry, check out our review or visit the site for yourself to see what it's all about!
The site is very different from the others we review here, because it offers music as well. This means that the money you add to your account can be used for both movie and music downloads, rather than having to use separate sites.
The site has over movies to download and over mp3s. MP3s cost just and movies start at [, making them one of the cheapest sites to download music and movies from.
There are good offers when you top up your account too, .
The site is very new, but looks great so far, so we suggest giving it a go! Check out Media-Members.com or read our review.
There are a million and one spooky films around, from old school classics to seriously scary Japanese movies to ones that wouldn't scare a 2 year old, so what are the best ones to watch?
If you're after some pants movies to make you giggle rather than scream, check out these:
When a liquor store owner finds a case of "Viper" in his cellar, he decides to sell it to the local hobos at one dollar a bottle, unaware of its true properties...
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After a hard day of volleyball at the beach, a teen whose parents are away decides to have a slumber party with her girlfriends. Their boyfriends predictably show up to scare them...
The best of the latest horror movies. The ones that a re a little bit creepy, but quite funny too:
Christine Brown is responsible for loans in a bank and expects to be promoted to the open position of assistant manager after dealing a big contract...
After returning from a wedding reception, a couple staying in an isolated vacation house receive a knock on the door in the mid-hours of the night...
Michael Myers is still at large and no less dangerous than ever. After a failed reunion to reach his baby sister at their old home, Laurie Strode is immediately...
The best of the scariest horror movies. The ones that just aren't fun to watch:
A young pathologist seeks answers to the mysterious death of a friend and soon comes into contact with the same cursed videotape that caused the death...
After the death of their friend Shelley, Leann Cole receives a voice mail from the future of the date and time when she would die. On the scheduled day, Leann sees weird...
A young Japanese woman who holds the key to stopping the evil spirit of Kayako, travels to the haunted Chicago apartment from the sequel, to stop the curse of Kayako once and...
And you know what? The site is excellent.
At first, I was wary, but went in anyway. I registered, which was free to do and then I needed to activate my account. This required my credit card details and a 99¢ fee. Once I had activated my account, the 99¢ gave me access to 10 movie downloads, so I could try out the service and see if I wanted to commit to the $39.90 monthly fee.
I found a movie I wanted to download and went for the highest quality possible, 1080p. However, the 10 movies of the trial had to be in DivX quality. In order to get HD movies, I would have to fully activate my account with the first months fee of $39.90. I did this and then downloaded as many movies as my hard drive could hold within the next few days.
On a side note, I had no idea how to download all these movies easily. Helpfully, ZML suggest you use a program called 'FlashGet'. I used the link on the ZML site to get to the FlashGet download page and downloaded the program for free. I then used it to download all my movies. The program allowed me to queue downloads and set where they were going to save to. The program also allowed me to set a limit of how much internet it should use while downloading so I could slow it down when I needed some internet speed and speed it back up over night so it could chomp through some movies.
The quality of the downloaded movies was exceptional. Not all the films I wanted were available in HD but most of them were. Probably best, as 1080p movies take a lot of space and time to download! But they are more than worth the wait! Movies in 720p, DVD and DivX are all great quality too and more than watchable on my 50" TV.
So far, I was really happy with the service. I was finding movies I hadn't seen for years, I'd found hundreds of movies in HD quality and was loving it!
Then I checked my bank account. There had been 2 transactions of $39.90 leave my account, rather than one. I contacted ZML straight away, who offered to refund both payments, no questions asked. I then asked if the two transactions had been a mistake. It turns out they were not, I had just missed a check box on the registration screen. In their defence, the check box was in plain site, I was obviously just having a slow day!
The check box is to say yes or no to registering to their partner site, FilePie.com. The check box says: 'Also include free 3-day trial access to over 600 000 MP3s and 2000 adult movies'. I didn't uncheck this, so the second charge was for the use of this site.
If you're think of using ZML, I would highly recommend them. MovieBerry has always been my site of choice, but after spending more than a healthy amount topping up my balance with them every week, I thought I would go for the unlimited option instead. And it has definitely been worth it! The choice on ZML is amazing, the quality of movies are great, if you can afford the space to store 1080p movies, then do! Their customer support is fantastic and overall, I'm really impressed.
Which site you use however, comes down to more than whose got the biggest library. ZML offer unlimited movie downloads for $29.90 a month, MovieBerry charge just $1 per movie, but require a minimum of $20 to start downloading.
Read full reviews of both MovieBerry and ZML before you make your choice.
ZML and MovieBerry are two sites offering just that.
MovieBerry offer HD movies for $3.00 each and there is loads to choose from, new and old movies. Click here for the MovieBerry HD section.
ZML offer HD movies as part of their monthly unlimited download service. So if you do join the site, there is no limit to how many HD movies you can download in a month. Check the ZML site for all HD movies.
They don't just add all brand new movies either, their movie library is extending back throughout various years so you really can find almost any movie you can think of on this site.
Head over to ZML now to see if you can't find something you have to download.
ZML now offer over 9800 movies of premium DVD and HD quality (there are other low-res formats are also available). Go to ZML now to make the most of this offer while you can.
So how does the site work?
You can download unlimited movies for a fixed monthly fee of $29.90. And it really is unlimited. No messing about, no hidden charges, just lots and lots of the movies you love. Click here to go to ZML and see what it's all about.
Here's just a few of the movies they have available for download now:
The site is great in a million other ways, so it's definitely worth a look if you are thinking of downloading movies online. Read the full review here or visit MovieBerry for yourself.