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Being able to view movies anytime or anywhere is one of the joys of owning a video iPod. Trouble is, many movies aren’t cheap and it can be tough to find something affordable to watch. The good news is thatfree movies for iPod are available – you just have to know where to look.

One of the first places you should consider looking is your own video collection. Using
free software and a somewhat convoluted process (such as that describedhere) you can rip your own DVDs on to your iPod. Be sure, of course, that they are your own DVDs and that you’re using them only for your own personal enjoyment. Copying copyrighted material for other purposes, such as sale to others, is illegal (and harms the person who created the material – so be nice.)

If you’re ready to break out beyond the tried and true in your own assortment, consider one of the many sites that provide free movies for iPod. Among the best are the selection atpublic domain torrents, which boasts over 917 free movies for your viewing enjoyment. Granted, you won’t find “Pirates of the Caribbean” or any of the recent major studio releases here. What you will find are some quirky cult classics, such as “Night of the Living Dead” and “Plan 9 From Outer Space” (favorite line: “the exotic dancer is secured”).

Another great option for free movies for iPod can be found atEntertainment Magazine’s free movie section. These include the usual range of ancient, campy films as well as some really unusual options, such as Betty Boop, Bugs Bunny, Casper the Friendly Ghost and Superman cartoons. You’ll also find some classics, including “Father’s Little Dividend” and “The Fast and The Furious.” Do you like Abbott and Costello? You’ll find some of their funniest work in free movies for iPod available at the site, such as “Jack and the Beanstalk.”

And, of course, you’ll find a host of free options at theiTunes video store. Here you’ll find not only free movies, but TV shows, music and video shorts as well. What’s most compelling about the iTunes site is that much of the material is fairly recent. Video options from Battlestar Gallactica to Learn Along with Sesame (for the five year old iPod set) are available.

One of the best places to review the variety of options for free movies for iPod isZimbio, which offers a complete list of the various sites that provide free downloads. In addition to some of the free options already discussed, here you’ll be able to gain access to iPod games and video podcasts as well. One of the most interesting things from this site is theMogopop site where the truly trendy go to download the latest in indy music and user generated video. At the same time, there are options for the more traditionalists among us. One of the recent downloads on the site is a guided tour of the St. Louis Science Center! How’s that for educational?

With so many options available for free movies for iPod, why would anyone pay for content again?

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