Your Halloween Seasonal TV Preview (abridged) with Schedules

How seriously do you think I take Halloween? Well, I’m fairly frickin’ anal retentive anyway, so I need to book my viewing in advance. I mean I’ll deviate from my itinerary, but I at least need a plan. I can’t be the only one out there with a stick up his ass. So this October/Halloween Season I figured we needed a little guidance. There’s too many damn channels on the cable box, no horror hosts and shit for advertising. So let me be your TV Guide… Keeper.

We won’t touch on everything and I’m sure new programming will come up as October gets  itself moving.  I’ll throw an update out there from time to time if a special is airing or a new programming line up is discovered, uncovered, revealed or undead. Yes, this is for cable or dish. Network TV will probably be showing some sort of American Idol Halloween Sing Off where the cast of Glee gets beheaded while covering the Z100 Top 20 Countdown.

There are some very obvious players in this game. I’m sure FearNet will be putting up something soon for the Halloween/October festivities. It’ll be good. It’ll be what you expect and of course they’ve started running the syndicated Tales from the Crypt episodes in order On Demand! Somebody’s gonna show It’s the Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown, but who’s gonna rerun a Scooby Doo marathon… or maybe the Fat Albert Halloween Special (which I have on DVD). Who’s gonna screen the Disney Halloween Treat (me). Martha Stewart will most likely show up somewhere showing you how to make the perfect nipples for your witch mobile. Let’s get to the point already…

FOX (SUCKS.. MOSTLY) This is the Liberal Dead so fuck FOX, but they do have one important piece of holiday programming. Here’s the goods from TVLINE:

THE SIMPSONS: In the 23rd annual “Treehouse of Horror,” we go back to ancient times when a Mayan Homer and Marge are witness to the prediction that 2012 will be the end of the world, the Springfield Subatomic Supercollider creates a black hole that terrorizes the city, a little unholy pact Marge when she was younger makes things go bump in the night and Bart travels to 1974 to buy a comic book at cover price but inadvertently disrupts Homer and Marge’s courtship in the all-new “Treehouse of Horror XXIII” episode of THE SIMPSONS airing Sunday, Oct. 7 (8:00-8:30 PM ET/PT) on FOX

The Simpsons First Look: 'Treehouse of Horror' Poster Boasts a Host of Homers, Marge in Peril

ENCORE SUSPENSE is offering a variety of newer horror features mixed with cult classics and some newer indy releases. It’s definitely a horror happy line up. It’s every night too which gives you something to put on the boobtube while your putting your lube on. Bad news… starts at 10pm so you early to bed, early to rise better breakout the Rockstar energy drinks and chase the coffee grounds with Coca Cola. Full line up below. Will you watch?

ENCORE SUSPENSE: 24-hour rollercoaster ride of non-stop thrills, intrigue & emotion 

HORROR DISTRICT – Every Night in October at 10pm 

Suspense offers a daily horror double-feature, all month long, every night. Thrillers include Final Destination 2, Scream, Species, Willard, Let Me In, The Fog, and more.

Exact Scheduling:

10/1    10:00pm – Red Sands

10/1    11:30pm – Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors

10/2    10:00pm – The Divide

10/2    12:00am – Stephen King’s Desperation

10/3    10:00pm – Phython

10/3    11:45pm – The Exorcist III

10/4    10:00pm – And Soon the Darkness

10/4    11:35pm – The Rage

10/5    10:00pm – Psycho

10/5    11:50pm – Raising Cain

10/6    10:00pm -  Willard

10/6    11:50pm – The Craft

10/7    10:00pm – The Wicker Tree

10/7    11:40pm – The Fog

10/8    10:00pm – Curse of Alcatraz

10/8    11:30pm – Freddy vs. Jason

10/9    10:00pm – The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

10/9    11:40pm – When a Stranger Calls

10/10 10:00pm – Dead Tone

10/10 11:40pm – Frayed

10/11 10:00pm -  The Birds

10/11 12:00am – Ghost Story

10/12 10:00pm – Howling II… Your Sister is a Werewolf

10/12 11:35pm – The Addiction

10/13 10:00pm – The Roommate

10/13 11:35pm – Videodrome

10/14 10:00pm -  Priest

10/14 11:30pm – The Serpent and the Rainbow

10/15 10:00pm – Dracula II: Ascension

10/15 11:30pm – Bloody Murder

10/16 10:00pm -  Urban Legends: The Final Cut

10/16 11:40pm – Species

10/17 10:00pm – Species II

10/17 11:35pm – Species: The Awakening

10/18 10:00pm – Big Bad Wolf

10/18 11:40pm – The Wisdom of Crocodiles

10/19 10:00pm – Wolf

10/19 12:10am – The Fog

10/20 10:00pm -  The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

10/20 11:40pm – The Wicker Tree

10/21 10:00pm -  Nightmare of Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors

10/22 10:00pm – Ghost Son

10/22 11:40pm –  Exorcist II: The Heretic

10/23 10:00pm – Species: The Awakening

10/23 11:40pm – The Exorcist III

10/24 10:00pm –  Videodrome

10/24 11:30pm – The Serpent and the Rainbow

10/25 10:00pm – The Bleeding

10/25 11:30pm –  Nightwatch

10/26 10:00pm –  When a Stranger Calls

10/26 11:30pm – Urban Legends: The Final Cut

10/27 10:00pm –  Final Destination 2

10/27 11:35pm – The Birds

10/28 10:00pm – Let Me In

10/28 12:00am –  Shocker

10/29 10:00pm – Are You Scared?

10/29 11:20pm – Are You Scared 2

10/30 10:00pm -  Priest

10/30 11:30pm – Night of the Living Dead (1968)

10/31 10:00pm – Bram Stroker’s Dracula

10/31 12:10am – Children of the Living Dead

TURNER CLASSIC MOVIES (TCM) is delivering a fresh batch of true horror classics from the golden and silver age of monster movies. Every Wednesday night starting in the prime time slot and going straight on to the wee hours of the morning expect some goodies for the well watched horror guru, mom and pop classics and some rare gems themed to perfection. There’s a Hammer night, Ghostie night, Universal night, an Edgar Allan Poe focused evening and then on Halloween it’s a hodge podge of the greats starting with London After Midnight around 6am (the stills version). Gonna check this one out? I have started an event on FaceBook just for fun to discuss this particular line up and to watching on October 10th. Join up HERE. No pressure. It’s the TCM supernatural offering. Please join up, join the conversation and spread the word. TCM does Halloween proper offering up historical factoids and even having run an all Hammer extravaganza in years past.

October 3rd

October 10th

October 17th

October 24th

October 31st HALLOWEEN (hence forth to be referred to as The Night He Came Home… bwahahahaha!)

Please excuse my bias, but the line up for TCM is far superior to most other line ups in variety. If we can get those guys to start showing some lesser known 70′s and 80′s horror and giving it in the warm TCM welcome with historical info and release notes… the world will probably implode.

AMERICAN MOVIE CLASSICS (AMC) is at it again. Now as of this posting we can only see up to October 17th in the AMC line up but the whole shebang starts October 11th. They’ll be playing some TV shows, The Walking Dead begins and mini-marathons of that show will be running, a pile of Stephen King classics and even a smorgasbord of Friday the 13th entries. Now AMC cuts their horror, so you’ll have to contend with that. They’re sure to have something spiffy planned for Halloween night. It’ll be a Walking Dead marathon in all likelihood (and they may even be advertising it on the channel). It’s such a cumbersome display that I urge you to stop by the AMC website HERE and check out their schedule starting on the date October 11th. House on Haunted Hill, Rosemary’s Baby, Cujo… just a bunch of great stuff.

INDEPENDENT FILM CHANNEL (IFC) is owned by the same folks that own AMC. Hell, it’s like one just incest fest since cable TV became popular. Well, IFC is showing a pretty bad ass indy line up with some fan favorites thrown in for flavor including Dark Floors, Creepshow, The Changling, Teeth, Night of the Living Dead, The Children, The Exorcist, The Eye… the list is awesome endless and fun. Now they start October 1st and there’s no theme days as of yet (none that I can pick out). I think a big draw for watching IFC during the day during October is being able to catch episodes of the Whitest Kids U Know inbetween scare flicks. Check out the line up HERE. The scheduling is good through about the 15th right now but will be updated shortly.

ABC FAMILY 13 NIGHTS OF HALLOWEEN is typically a pretty nice way to get the kids into the spook films. Check out their Halloween friendly site HERE (and no it’s not the scariest shit out there, but Halloween ain’t just about your torture porn fantasy made manifest for $30 at the Spirit of Halloween with some drunk guy or girl you picked up at the Frat party. Sheesh. There’s even a trailer below.

And here’s their line up:

Friday, October 19

The Addams Family at 7/6c

Addams Family Values at 9/8cSaturday, October 20

Hocus Pocus at 8/7cSunday, October 21

Tim Burton Movie Marathon beginning at 11:30am/10:30c

Monday, October 22
Switched at Birth Fall Finale at 8/7c
Practical Magic at 9/8c

Tuesday, October 23
Pretty Little Liars Marathon beginning at 7am/6c
Pretty Little Liars Halloween Special at 8/7c

Wednesday, October 24
Scooby-Doo at 7/6c
Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed at 9/8c

Thursday, October 25
The Haunted Mansion at 7/6c
Monster House at 9/8c
An ABC Family Movie Premiere

Friday, October 26
Matilda at 9/8c

Saturday, October 27
All-Day Halloween Movie Marathon
Disney/Pixar’s Monsters, Inc. at 8/7c

Sunday, October 28
All-Day Halloween Movie Marathon
The Sorcerer’s Apprentice at 7:30/6:30c
Network Television Premiere

Monday, October 29
The Mummy at 8:30/7:30c

Tuesday, October 30
Edward Scissorhands at 7/6c
Beetlejuice at 9/8c

Wednesday, October 31
Hocus Pocus at 7/6c

DISNEY CHANNEL is another kid friendly place to get your spook on. While I’ve perused their site I can figure out what is old and what is new programming. They did Monstober in the past which a conglomerate of Disney programming with Halloween themes and a few scary cartoons thrown in. They’ve also done the October Takeover. Either way they have a nice Halloween night offering with Halloween Town and the sequel. Nothing concrete yet, but keep an eye on their schedule HERE. Also, horror fans need to check out and enjoy Gravity Falls. What a fun animated series with monsters. Frankenweenie will also be hitting the theater so it’s highly possible that that will play into their programming line up. We have a partial line up thus far and a TRAILER… ooooo.

Monday, October 1, 2012

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Thursday, October 4, 2012

  • 7:00pm – My Babysitter’s a Vampire Marathon

Friday, October 5, 2012

  • 8:00pm – A.N.T. FARM, Episode: mutA.N.T. Farm 2
  • 8:30pm – JESSIE, Episode: The Whining
  • 9:00pm – GRAVITY FALLS, Episode: Summerween
  • 9:30pm – FISH HOOKS, Episode: Unfinished Doll Business
  • 9:45pm – Chicks Dig Vampires

Saturday, October 6, 2012

Sunday, October 7, 2012

  • 2:30am – Twitches Too
  • 8:00pm – GOOD LUCK CHARLIE, Episode: Le Halloween
  • 8:30pm – AUSTIN & ALLY, Episode: Costumes & Courage

Monday, October 8, 2012

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Friday, October 12, 2012

  • 8:00pm – Girl vs. Monster

THE FOOD NETWORK usually has a great cooking competition or two. Halloween Wars was a hit last year and let’s hope we can find something comparable. Remember, Rob Zombie was a guest judge last year which totally gives that show street cred, yo. Nothing posted yet, but they have a bunch of info from last year and of course their online schedule kinda blows. We’ll work with it for now, but come hungry. UPDATE: Looks like October 7th at 9pm begins this year’s Halloween Wars. The commercial shows TOM SAVINI!!! That’s all for now. It’s one of my favorite shows during the season. Count on plenty of inspirational ideas. Glad this one is continuing.

FEARNET has brought back one of the most successful horror television programs of all time just in time for Halloween. Starting Friday, October 5th you’ll get four re-runs in sequential order at 10PM. From what I understand FEARNET actually shows programs on a schedule in addition to their On Demand programming. I may not have the full service in my area, so I’ll let you k now if I experience any issues. If it goes off without a hitch you’re gonna get a dose of four more episodes each week. They look like they’re replaying on Saturday night at 10pm as well. Two chances to catch a classic. This is in addition to the usually pretty fun FEARNET programming. Shorts, Full length movies and good if you have cable or just the web.  More details available HERE. Pretty sure they’ll update the listing each week as well. Get ready to fill your DVR and your panties!

We also have their press release that isn’t formatted as purty as other networks, but gets the idea across for some of their more original holiday programming. Take a look.

FROM FEARNET (very original line-up fellas):
“This is the only time of year that other networks concentrate on the horror realm, while we do this all year long,” said Sarah Shannon, FEARnet’s director of programming. “So we put together a schedule that stands out—a month-long bender of some of the best programming we’ve ever had and some of the best features we’ve ever aired. From the world premieres of Quarantine 2 and Dolan’s Cadillac to acquired classic TV shows like ‘Tales from the Crypt’ and ‘The Real Ghostbusters’, there will always be something for fans to watch. Not just all month long, but all year long.”

Trick ‘r Treat, the acclaimed horror anthology film starring Anna Paquin (“True Blood”) and Leslie Bibb (The Midnight Meat Train), presents four interlocking stories centered around people celebrating—or shunning—the infamous holiday and the bloody consequences they face for their actions. For the third consecutive year, the fan-favorite 24-hour Trick ‘r Treat marathon returns, giving FEARnet fans both old and new thrills and chills that will last throughout the day.

As always, the marathon will come packed with interstitial content created and produced exclusively for the network by the film’s writer/director, Mike Dougherty. These special features include “Season’s Greetings,” the original short film that spawned Trick ‘r Treat, starring Trick ‘r Treat’s beloved Sam; Fathers’ Day, Easter, and back-to-school shorts also starring Sam; and vignettes explaining the four key rules of Halloween: Always wear a costume, always pass out treats, never blow out your Jack O’Lantern before midnight, and always check your candy. Trick ‘r Treat is the perfect complement to the Halloween festivities, and FEARnet is the only place you can watch it.

Things get mischievous on Tuesday, October 30th, when FEARnet takes a trip to “Psychoville” in honor of Mischief Day. Created by British comedy royalty Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton, “Psychoville” follows the twisted exploits of David Sowerbutts, Mr. Jelly, Oscar Lomax, Joy Aston, and Robert Greenspan, a group of strangers who are each being blackmailed for various dark deeds. The all-day marathon will run from 4 p.m. to 4 a.m. ET/ 1p.m. to 1 a.m. PT and will feature every episode of the hit BBC series, including the Halloween special.

The programming lineup is stocked full of premieres this month, with the world premieres of Dolan’s Cadillac on Sunday, October 21st, at 10 p.m. ET/7 p.m. PT, based on the Stephen King novella and starring Christian Slater (Alone in the Dark) as Jimmy Dolan, a sadistic human trafficker, and Wes Bentley (“The Hunger Games”) as Robinson, a school teacher seeking vengeance for the murder of his wife, and Quarantine 2: Terminal, the sequel to 2008’s found footage smash hit Quarantine, on Sunday, October 28th at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

And FEARnet will be rolling out the broadcast premiere of the modern cult classic Hatchet on Sunday, October 14th at 12 a.m. ET/9 p.m. PT. Written and directed by Adam Green (“Holliston”) and starring genre icons Tony Todd (Candyman) and Kane Hodder (Jason Goes To Hell), Hatchet puts a classic twist on the slasher trend and ushers in a return to old school American horror. The broadcast premiere of the hit sci-fi thriller Splice, starring Adrian Brody (Predators), and the network premiere of The Stepfather, starring Dylan Walsh (“Nip/Tuck”), will be unveiled this month as well.

FEARnet fans will be looking for a new real estate agent when the “Suburban Horror” marathon moves in next door with seven sinister films on Thursday, October 11th from 2 p.m. to 4 a.m. ET/11 a.m. to 1 a.m. PT. The lineup begins with I Still Know What You Did Last Summer and features such classic backyard terrors as The Burbs, starring Tom Hanks (He Knows You’re Alone) as a nosy man who gets more than he bargained for when he investigates his strange new neighbors; Idle Hands, starring Devon Sawa (Final Destination) as a teenage slacker who becomes the devil’s plaything; and Home Movie, starring Adrian Pasdar (Near Dark) as a pastor with two young children who are anything but holy.

FX NETWORKS (the story so far) is American Horror Story we’ll be seeing its season premier on October 17th. They’re current schedule goes out to October 8th and nothing exciting yet. Hopefully they’ll do a recap marathon of the first season of American Horror Story for all us fans of maid’s in skimpy costumes. Let us not forget that Jessica Lange just won a well deserved Emmy for this program and she’s in this season as well. More when they post it (if there’s more). Maybe we’ll get a Halloween Sons of Anarchy this year? A biker bitch can hope.

Last Year’s Poster… still waiting for this year’s

SYFY CHANNEL is offering up a rather generous assortment of movie marathons although not necessarily themed. They’ll all be cut to ribbons, so it’s really just for convenience. I’m not sure what the point of showing Saw or Planet Terror is when you can’t show the gore or brutality or, Hell, even use the word fuck. You’ll be able to enjoy casually but serious horror fans should avoid lest you great your TV with “fuck you, how could you cut that out you sons a bitches (not to be confused with the Sons of Anarchy)”.  Remember when stations used to cleverly cover up swears and nudity? It’s a lost art. Schedule below:

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

  • 1:00am – Fertile Ground

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

  • 1:00am – The Prophecy
  • 3:00am – Prophecy: The Uprising

Thursday, October 4, 2012

  • 8:30am – Serenity
  • 11:00am – Star Trek III
  • 1:30pm – Star Trek V
  • 4:00pm – Star Trek IV
  • 6:30pm – Star Trek VI
  • 9:00pm – Star Trek VIII
  • 11:30pm – Star Trek VI

Friday, October 5, 2012

  • 2:00am – Star Trek VIII
  • 10:00am – Swarmed
  • 12:00pm – Infestation
  • 4:00pm – Camel Spiders
  • 6:00pm – Mimic 2

Saturday, October 6, 2012

  • 2:00am – The Messengers
  • 4:00am – Husk
  • 9:00am – Open Graves
  • 11:00am – The Cursed
  • 3:00pm – One Missed Call
  • 5:00pm – Stigmata
  • 7:00pm – Queen Of The Damned
  • 9:00pm – Primal

Sunday, October 7, 2012

  • 3:00am – Growth
  • 12:30pm – The Hills have Eyes 2
  • 2:30pm – Queen Of The Damned
  • 4:30pm – Blade II
  • 7:00pm – Primal
  • 9:00pm – Wrong Turn 4
  • 11:00pm – Leprechaun

Monday, October 8, 2012

  • 1:00am – Leprechaun 2
  • 8:00am – Sea Snakes
  • 6:00pm – Anaconda
  • 11:00pm – Anaconda

Thursday, October 11, 2012

  • 1:00am – The Dunwich Horror
  • 3:00am – Clive Barker’s Book of Blood
  • 3:00pm – My Bloody Valentine
  • 5:00pm – Hannibal
  • 8:00pm – Shutter Island
  • 11:00pm – The Skeleton Key

Friday, October 12, 2012

  • 1:00am – Wes Craven Presents: They
  • 3:00am – They Wait
  • 8:00am – The Seamstress
  • 10:00am – Timber Falls
  • 12:00pm – P2
  • 2:00pm – Hannibal
  • 5:00pm – Shutter Island

Saturday, October 13, 2012

  • 1:00am – The Hills have Eyes 2
  • 3:00am – Toolbox Murders
  • 9:00am – The Haunting In Connecticut
  • 11:00am – The Amityville Horror (2005)
  • 1:00pm – The Amityville Horror (1979)
  • 11:00pm – The Amityville Horror (1979)

Sunday, October 14, 2012

  • 3:00am – 100 Feet
  • 9:30am – The Messengers
  • 1:30pm – The Village
  • 4:00pm – The Devil’s Advocate
  • 7:00pm – Jeepers Creepers 2
  • 9:00pm – The Mist

Monday, October 15, 2012

  • 9:30am – The Village
  • 12:00pm – The Devil’s Advocate
  • 3:00pm – Blade II
  • 5:30pm – The Mist
  • 11:00pm – Blade II

Tuesday, October 16, 2012

  • 1:30am – Prowl

Thursday, October 18, 2012

  • 9:00am – Stir of Echoes: The Homecoming
  • 11:00am – Furnace
  • 5:00pm – Jeepers Creepers 2
  • 7:00pm – One Missed Call
  • 9:00pm – Thir13en Ghosts

Friday, October 19, 2012

  • 1:00am – Seconds Apart
  • 3:00am – The Task
  • 8:00am – Jack Brooks Monster Slayer
  • 10:00am – Jeepers Creepers 2
  • 12:00pm – One Missed Call
  • 2:00pm – Thir13en Ghosts
  • 4:00pm – From Dusk Till Dawn 2
  • 6:00pm – From Dusk Till Dawn 3

Saturday, October 20, 2012

  • 1:00am – From Dusk Till Dawn 2
  • 3:00am – From Dusk Till Dawn 3
  • 9:00am – Dark Prince: The True Story of Dracula
  • 11:00am – Prowl
  • 1:00pm – Cirque Du Freak: The Vampire’s Assistant
  • 3:00pm – 30 Days of Night: Dark Days
  • 5:00pm – Stake Land
  • 7:00pm – Daybreakers
  • 9:00pm – Underworld: Rise of the Lycans
  • 11:00pm – Stake Land

Sunday, October 21, 2012

  • 1:00am – Wolvesbayne
  • 3:00am – Skinwalkers
  • 9:00am – War Wolves
  • 1:00pm – An American Werewolf In London
  • 3:00pm – Daybreakers
  • 5:00pm – Underworld: Rise of the Lycans
  • 7:00pm – Queen Of The Damned
  • 9:00pm – Blade II
  • 11:30pm – Stigmata

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

  • 1:00am – Drag Me To Hell

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

  • 3:00am – The Haunting In Connecticut

Thursday, October 25, 2012

  • 1:00am – From Dusk Till Dawn 2
  • 3:00am – From Dusk Till Dawn 3
  • 11:00am – The Pumpkin Karver
  • 5:00pm – Nightmare On Elm Street 2
  • 7:00pm – Nightmare On Elm Street 5
  • 9:00pm – The Mist
  • 11:30pm – Saw III

Friday, October 26, 2012

  • 2:00am – Saw IV
  • 4:00am – Saw V
  • 9:30am – Nightmare On Elm Street 2
  • 11:30am – Nightmare On Elm Street 5
  • 1:30pm – Saw IV
  • 3:30pm – Saw V
  • 5:30pm – The Mist

Saturday, October 27, 2012

  • 10:30am – Planet Terror
  • 12:30pm – From Dusk Till Dawn 2
  • 2:30pm – From Dusk Till Dawn 3
  • 4:30pm – Dawn Of The Dead
  • 11:00pm – Dawn Of The Dead

Sunday, October 28, 2012

  • 3:00am – The Pumpkin Karver
  • 9:00am – From Dusk Till Dawn 2
  • 11:00am – From Dusk Till Dawn 3
  • 1:00pm – Thir13en Ghosts
  • 3:00pm – Nightmare On Elm Street 2
  • 5:00pm – Nightmare On Elm Street 5
  • 7:00pm – Halloween H2O
  • 9:00pm – Pulse
  • 11:00pm – Feardotcom

Monday, October 29, 2012

  • 1:00am – Stigmata
  • 9:00am – The Amityville Horror (2005)
  • 11:00am – Nightmare On Elm Street 2
  • 1:00pm – Nightmare On Elm Street 5
  • 3:00pm – Halloween H2O
  • 5:00pm – Pulse

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

  • 8:00am – Hannibal

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

  • 1:00am – Halloween H2O
  • 3:00am – Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers

TRAVEL CHANNEL is doing  Weekends to Die For all throughout the month of October featuring Ghost Adventures, Destination Fear and The Dead Files in all their rerun glory. Now at first this sounded completely lame. Then I checked out Ghost Adventures, let my guard down and now it’s a guilty pleasure into the wee hours of the morning. I’m not saying that this is going to start me on a fascination with paranormal investigation shows, but… well… I’m an obsessive compulsive horror addict. You figure out what comes next. Full schedule here (remember… WEEKENDS To Die For). 

HALLOWEEN MOVIES ON TV is a great resource where you might locate specific movies or access schedules as well. I’ve used them on a couple entries in this post although mostly just went to the network website. I love what they’re doing. They have a “days to Halloween countdown”, and I like their format. They even have links to previous years schedules so you can see how Halloween is gradually being eradicated from our programming by reality television (half truth only). No, I don’t care if you use their awesome site instead of this one. I only post this to be helpful anyway and it’s fun and pretty much we’re all IN THIS TOGETHER!!! The battle for Halloween 2012 hath begun! Also make sure to “like” their FaceBook page HERE. They have some very fun pics up of animated features from my youth.

Keep an eye out for the Halloween decorating contests, themed sitcoms, documentaries from the History channel, maybe the Rock Horror Picture Show and maybe even PBS. Like I said, we’ll make you aware of major announcements in line ups as they’re posted by the networks.

-Dr. TERROR .. chomping at the bit and eating more candy corn then your colon has rooooom for.

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About Jimmy Terror

Dr. Jimmy Terror, more commonly known as James P. Harris, has been “writing your eyes” shut since 2010 with his horror themed blog, Dr. Terror’s Blog of Horrors (whose name is a play on words derived from the Amicus film, Dr. Terror’s House of Horrors). In the early 2000’s he fronted the band The Vaudeville Vampires, a short-lived "Horrorabilly" band which saw the creation of a catalog of horror related songs before disbanding (with only one, six song demo ever being produced and distributed). He has had only one on screen appearance to date in the horror short, Ocean Parkway, as maniacal, gloved killer with a hair fetish. Having done some un-credited, behind the scenes work in some low budget genre pictures, he is currently working on his first foray into screenwriting with a demonic, retro gore entry that pays homage to Lucio Fulci, Dario Argento as well as other Italian masters of the genre.
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