Great Things To Do on Halloween using FrostWire!

Halloween is here! And you can use FrostWire to do great things on this date. We made a list of things that you can do on Halloween using FrostWire!

  1. You can downlaod free public domain horror movies!

    1. Night of the Living Dead, by George A. Romero!
      (Copy this link and paste it on FrostWire: https://archive.org/details/Night.Of.The.Living.Dead_1080p)
      livingdead_600x200This is the base for the modern zombie film
    2. Nosferatu, by F. W. Murnau. 
      (Copy this link and paste it on FrostWire: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rcyzubFvBsA)
      Vampire Count Orlok expresses interest in a new residence and real estate agent Hutter’s wife. Silent classic based on the story “Dracula.”
    3. Le diable au couvent, by George MeliesLe diable au couvent
      Satan appears in a convent and takes the guise of a priest. Before long he is causing all manner of perturbation and despair
    4. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
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      Dr. Henry Jekyll experiments with scientific means of revealing the hidden, dark side of man and releases a murderer from within himself.
  2. You can read Edgar Allan Poe’s tales!

    Search on FrostWire and you will find a lot of public domain books of Poe’s stories.

  3. You can play horror music at home!

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  4. Listen to Clare Costello: Halloween EP

    (Download it on Frostclick)
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    Ambient blues rock has a leg up with other genres when it comes to writing reflective lyricism that punches the heart. This intent to hone clear stories into a relaxing yet entertaining fashion is clearly shown in Clare Costello‘s Halloween EP.
    Title track Halloween concludes the EP with dark, ambient strings and vocals. Clare Costello establishes her own brand of sound that consists of charming, realized arrangement and powerful vocals.

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