Watch the 10 Best Public Domain Horror Films on the Net

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4. The Little Shop of Horrors (1960)

Directors: Roger Corman, Charles B. Griffith (uncredited), and Mel Welles (uncredited)

Aside the promise of seeing a young Jack Nicholson, you should watch this film because it features the best thing ever: A man-eating plant. How awesome is that?! It’s also a charming horror comedy, the perfect palette cleanser after that Eli Roth marathon you have planned for next weekend.

3. The Brain That Wouldn’t Die (1962)

Director: Joseph Green

Prepare yourself for some fabulous mad science! When Dr. Bill Cortner’s (Jason Evers) fiancée, Jan (Virginia Leith), loses her head (literally) in a car crash, he keeps her brain around while he searches for a new body. Simple, right? Of course not! Jan gets bored of being a brain in a pan and enlists the help of a creature (born of one of Doctor’s experiments gone wrong) to help her escape.

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