Internet archives is a repository for all kinds of things. While you probably know this for the most useful Return machine, it’s also ideal for public domain movies, independent media, TV shows and newsreel movies and other media that you can watch for free, and use and remix yourself, if you want.
There are many films, organized by categories such as science fiction, horror or film noir, in addition to art films, videos and educational films, special collections made available to the Internet Archive for posterity. , documentaries and even collections of archival footage. . It’s not the most easily searchable or curated archive for mobile screens, but it’s certainly a treasure trove of interesting material.
This story was originally posted in 2016 and updated in July 2019 (by Nick Douglas), May 2020 (by Emily Long) and on February 12, 2021 and June 10, 2021 by Joel Cunningham. Our updates include the following: new screenshots, revised movie listings, and the addition of Plex and PlutoTV to our list of streaming options. We have also deleted MoviesFoundOnline, which no longer works reliably since the demise of Adobe Flash Player.