Fullhorror.com (hereafter Full Horror) believes in protecting intellectual property rights of others. All movies found on Full Horror are either distributed under a Creative Commons License, believed to be in the Public Domain, or are made available under other license.
Full Horror respects the Digital Millenium Copyright Act (DMCA) by responding to notices of alleged copyright infringement that comply with the requirements of the DMCA and other applicable laws. Full Horror does not control content hosted on third party websites, however it is Full Horror's policy to remove links or block access to content that it believes in good faith infringes on the rights of copyright owners. If we remove access to content that is hosted on a third party website in response to a notice, we will attempt in good faith to contact the owner of the third party website so that they may make a counter notification. Your notice to Full Horror will also be a matter of public record and may be sent to third party websites who may make it available to the public. You should be advised that you may be liable for damages if you materially misrepresent that content available on Full Horror infringes upon your copyrights.
Before serving notice, if you are a copyright owner or agent and you believe that Full Horror is infringing upon your rights, you may wish to contact a lawyer in order to better understand your rights and obligations under the DMCA and other applicable laws. The notice requirements listed hereunder are intended to comply with Full Horror's rights and obligations under the DMCA and do not constitute legal advice.
Per Section 512(c)(2) of the DMCA, written notice may be sent by copyright holders who believe that their works have been infringed by Full Horror by providing the following information:
Send the notification by email to fullhorror[at]manicmovies[dot]com. Once a valid notice has been received, Full Horror will reply by stating what actions have been taken to remove or disable access to the infringing content.