Torrent Site for Movies

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  1. Bear Vs Shark

    Bear Vs Shark New Member

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    Anyone know a good torrent site where I can get movies that can play on my computer and stuff I can burn to DVDs? If someone could throw an invite my way I'd appreciate it.
     
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  3. ElCarrot

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    Other Torrent Sites

    Two other good places are:
    www.thepiratebay.org (this was the one in the news recently)
    http://www.mininova.org/ (This one usually has the rarer stuff)
    A list of torrent sites can be found here:
    http://web-of-knowledge.blogspot.com/2006/02/torrents-sites-general-httpweb1.html

    ElCarrot
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  4. vcm

    vcm Guest

    there are no good movie sites out there. I mean, the above listed will get you popular and recent films, but classics and indies are pretty much impossible to find. There's no oink for movies, unfortunately.
     
  5. ElCarrot

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    Other networks

    I generally find that the various networks to use when searching for files are:
    Bit-torrent - More Popular stuff
    E-Donkey - Rarer stuff - however you have to watch out for RIAA and MPAA Servers - I used to use the Emule client for this - but now that it's being charged for - I don't have any recomendations.
    Kazaa - Even Rarer stuff - the signal to noise ratio on this sucks - but you can occasionally find a gem. I suggest using Gnutella or some other open-source client
    Newsgroups - If you put a request in, and you have a good news server - you can find a lot of good stuff. You can also use the following for searching news groups - http://www.newzbin.com/ - a newznet indexing service. This website will provide .nzb files to be used by many different news leaching programs. To open the .nzb files - you can use NewsLeecher - this program costs about 30$ US for a 2 year registration. http://www.newsleecher.com (However I'm sure there are alternatives out there)

    El Carrot
    I think MS named .Net so it wouldn't show up in a Unix directory listing
     

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