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how do i find movies on newsgroups, i have googled and looked everywhere but i can't work it out, found plenty of pics ;-) but no movies. HELP! Read More
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9y, 2w agoPosted 9 years, 2 weeks ago
how do i find movies on newsgroups, i have googled and looked everywhere but i can't work it out, found plenty of pics ;-) but no movies. HELP!
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9y, 2w agoPosted 9 years, 2 weeks ago
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banned#1
easiest is to use a nzb search for files if your newsreader supports it

http://www.binsearch.info/
#2
Thanks for the quick reply, i will try it
#3
This is easier to use http://nzbmatrix.com/index.php
#4
But this is free http://www.newzbin.com/

Although I gotta say if you can't find the movies you're probably gonna struggle to download/fix par files/unzip/burn them. Do some research here http://www.how-to-usenet.com/ and here http://www.newsgroupreviews.com/
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deek72
But this is free http://www.newzbin.com/


it isnt free, you have to pay a subscription of i think 30p per week to be able to actually download the .nzb
#6
donnydude
it isnt free, you have to pay a subscription of i think 30p per week to be able to actually download the .nzb


Sorry, you are correct of course. But the fist link IS free to download the .nzb files http://www.binsearch.info
#7
i'd go the newbin route. been using them for years
#8
Use newzbin and VCD Quality to find films you want, then use binsearch to get the NZB's.

I strongly recommend bookmarking VCDQuality, you can check out the latest releases and the quality (R5's, Dvd Screeners etc)

I check it every day!

Also, recommend using Altbinz to download with, it repairs and unrar's the files automatically, and you can set times for it to start downloading at, useful on Virgin with their speed caps at certain times! Used to use grabit but found it hogged system resources too much.
banned#9
im about to give altbinz a tryout based on the comment above. I always used newsleecher, but the license has expired and not gonna pay for it again! Currently using grabbit (which Ive also used in the past) but as you say, its resource hungry - but worse, I keep getting timed out "unable to connect" which I think is enterely down to grabbit. Here goes anyway!

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