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TV Squad presents its list of spooky television treats for Halloween 2007

by Richard Keller, posted Oct 29th 2007 1:20PM

The Ghost Hunters are just one of many shows to air on Halloween

That time of year is upon us once again! The days are getting shorter, the nights are getting colder, and your local Wal-Mart/Target/Dave's Discount Depot is filled to the gills with delightfully sweet treats for children and adults alike. Of course, I'm talking about Christmas. Yes, that wonderful holly, jolly holiday that brings smiles and good cheer to everyone. That special time of year where . . .

I'm sorry, but did you say that there's a holiday before Christmas? That can't be! I mean I'm seeing nothing but Christmas trees and decorations in the stores these days along with costumes, fake blood, and trick-or-treat bags. What? Those are actually things that are sold during Halloween? Holy Bejeezus, how did this happen?

Rampant consumerism fueled by greedy corporations? Brrr, how creepy!

I guess it's time to put together a comprehensive list of Halloween-themed programming that will be airing from 6:00 am on October 31st into the wee hours of the 1st of November. So, before you go out and chop down that Christmas tree sit down in front of the DuMont to watch some of your favorite (and not so favorite) spooky movies and shows. Only then will you be able to begin decorating the outside of your house for Christ--

Huh? You mean there's another holiday before Christmas? Thanksgiving? What is this world coming to!

All Times Listed in EDT

Wednesday, October 31st

--- 6:00 am ---

Halloween III: Season of the Witch (American Movie Classics (AMC)) -- Your dose of all of the bad Halloween movies begins early.

Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? (Cartoon Network) -- All Scooby, all the time! Well, at least until 1:00 pm anyway.

Cat People (Cinemax) -- The 1982 classic starring Nastassia Kinski. ME-OW!

Stanley (Disney Channel) -- I thought this show was dropped from the Playhouse Disney schedule.

The Alligator People (FOX Movie Channel (FMC)) -- 1959 horror movie with Lon Chaney.

The Devil Bat (Turner Classic Movies (TCM)) -- A mad scientist trains killer bats. Starring Bela Lugosi.

Audrey Rose (Showtime East (SHOe)) -- Starts at 5:35. A story of a tormented child and the occult. Fun for the whole family!

--- 6:30 am ---

JoJo's Circus (Disney Channel)

--- 6:50 am ---

Incident at Loch Ness (Independent Film Channel (IFC)) -- Mockumentary about the making of a documentary on the fabled creature. Rebroadcast at 4:45 pm.

--- 7:00 am ---

Today, Early Show, Good Morning America (NBC, CBS, ABC) -- Someone on each of these shows will dress up in a Halloween costume. On Today, Matt and Meridith will dress like each other and no one will know the difference.

Family Matters (ABC Family) -- Steve is a hostage in a bank robbery where the criminal is dressed as Abraham Lincoln. Hilarity ensues.

Hip Hop Harry (TLC) -- The hipper version of Barney and his little friends organize a costume party at Hip Hop Central.

--- 7:30 am ---

Curse of the Mummy's Tomb (TCM)

Family Matters (ABC Family) -- Eddie gets distracted while watching Richie. Hilarity ensues.

Higglytown Heroes (Disney Channel) -- The kids of Higglytown enjoy a Higgly Halloween. But, how are they going to be able to carry their trick-or-treat bags with such tiny arms?

The Innocents (FMC) -- The film version of the Henry James' ghost story The Turn of the Screw. Rebroadcast at 1:30 pm.

Room by Room (HGTV) -- Learn how to make bats from socks, coffins-like containers for silverware, and ressurect the dead with some yarn and a potato.

--- 7:40 am ---

Curtain Call (ENCORE) -- A publisher (James Spader) and his girlfriend buy a house that seems to be inhabited by the ghosts of its former residents. I'm guessing hilarity ensues.

Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas (Starz)

--- 8:00 am ---

Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (AMC) -- I'm not going to do the joke about this not being the actor Mike Myers, which I did last year. Although, this isn't the actor Mike Myers. Rebroadcast at 4:00 am on Thursday.

Biography (Biography Channel (BIO)) -- The biography of Alfred Hitchcock. Rebroadcast at 2 pm

Addams Family Values (Bravo) -- The not-as-great sequel to the first movie.

Tremors (CINEMAX) -- Let's see, Connie Britton of Friday Night Lights was in Spin City with Michael J. Fox, who was in Family Ties with Michael Gross, who was in Tremors with Kevin Bacon.

Dharma & Greg (FX) -- Greg and Dharma's new apartment seems to be haunted.

Night of the Living Dead (SciFi) -- The classic 1968 film directed by George Romero.

Bigfoot Presents: Meteor and the Mighty Monster Trucks (TLC) -- Zzzz . . . uh, what? Sorry, I fell asleep typing that title.

--- 8:30 am ---

Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (Disney) -- Mickey and his friends need to get to Trick-or-Treat Tower before Frankie and Annette eat all of the good candy.

Dharma & Greg (FX) -- Dharma's convinced the ghost of a deceased neighbor has some unfinished business. She calls in Angel Investigations to assist.

Carol Duvall (HGTV) -- How to make lobster costumes and avoid being boiled in water and smothered in butter and lemon while trick-or-treating wearing said lobster costume.

The Eye (IFC) -- Evil eye gets transplanted into innocent person . . . blah blah blah. You've seen one evil eye movie you've seen them all! Rebroadcast at 1:25 pm.

--- 9:00 am ---

Bride of the Monster (TCM) -- An Ed Wood directed film starring Bela Lugosi.

Step by Step (ABC Family) -- Mark is lured into mischief by a cute girl at a Halloween party. Hilarity ensues.

A Haunting (Discovery) -- A nightclub built in an old slaughterhouse is plagued by ghosts. No duh!

Little Einsteins (Disney) -- The kids are followed by ghosts while trick-or-treating

The Backyardigans (Nickelodeon (NICK)) -- Austin searches for three famous monsters -- Mummy Tyrone, Werewolf Uniqua and Vampire Pablo.

Living Single (Oxygen) -- Favorite line from any Facts of Life episode: 'Tootie. I just like saying the word Tootie.' What does this have to do with Living Single? Well, Kim Fields was Tootie in Facts of Life.

Monster House (Starz) -- Last year's entry into the computer-animated film world is about three kids and their problems with the house next door. Rebroadcast at 5:35 pm.

American Dragon: Jake Long (Toon Disney) -- Jake hosts a Halloween party featuring humans and magical creatures. Rebroadcast at 4:30 pm and 1:30 am on Thursday.

Most Haunted Live (TRAVEL) -- Coming to you from Transylvania.

--- 9:30 am ---

Handy Manny (Disney) -- Manny and his tools believe the clock tower is investigated. Later in the episode Wilmer Valderrama is haunted by how his acting career went so wrong.

The Cabinet of Caligari (FMC) -- What do you get when you combine a strange mansion, a mysterious doctor, and a terrorized woman? I have no idea, but this movie is about all of them.

Roseanne (Oxygen) -- The Connors welcome trick-or-treaters into their 'Castle of Terror'. If you don't have Oxygen you'll probably be able to see this episode on Nick at Nite later in the day. Several other Halloween-themed Roseanne episodes air until noon.

Near Dark (Showtime Too East (SHOTOOe)) -- Lord, what a long name for a pay cable channel.

Kim Possible (Toon Disney) -- Kim tries to hide the fact that she doesn't want to trick-or-treat anymore. Rebroadcast at 3:30 pm and 12:30 am on Thursday.

--- 9:40 am ---

Stephen King's Thinner (CINEMAX) -- Fat lawyer gets thin after a Gypsy curse. Beats Slim-Fast, I guess.

--- 10:00 am ---

Halloween (AMC) -- The one that started it all. Starring little know actress Jamie Lee Curtis and directed by little know director John Carpenter. Rebroadcast at 8:00 pm and 2:00 am on Thursday.

100 Scariest Movie Moments (Bravo) -- This five-part series on the hundred scariest movie moments runs until 3 pm. Don't tell anyone, by the entire movie Ishtar is number 15 on the list. Rebroadcast again starting at 6:00 pm.

A Haunting (Discovery) -- A single mother thinks her attic is haunted

True Hollywood Story (E!) -- The show examines the eerie problems that plagued The Excorcist and its sequels.

Wes Craven Presents: They (FX)-- Wes had nothing to do with the writing, directing or producing of the movie They. His name was just put on so people would actually go see the film.

Bloodlines: The Dracula Family Tree (History) -- The lineage of the Dracula family is traced. Rebroadcast at 4:00 pm.

Frasier (Lifetime) -- The Halloween Episode Where Roz Gets Pregnant

Dora the Explorer (NICK) -- Dora and Boots help a little monster get home before the clock strikes 12. Also, the mystery is solved as to how Dora can walk straight with her football-sized head.

Boo (SciFi) -- Haunted hospital, stranded students . . . you do the math.

--- 10:15 am ---

The Dark (The Movie Channel East (TMCe)) -- A couple is visited by their daughter who apparently drowned. Rebroadcast at 4:35 pm.

--- 10:30 am ---

The Revenge of Frankenstein (TCM)

Sara's Secrets (Food Network (FOOD)) -- Sara makes bloody orange and beet salad. Yum-o!

Wonder Pets (NICK) -- The Pets save a black kitty

Underworld:Evolution (Starz) -- Kate Beckinsale (well, at least her character) tries to trace the bad blood between tribes of vampires and werewolves. Dr. Phil has a cameo. Rebroadcast at 7:10 pm.

--- 11:00 am ---

The View (ABC) -- A Halloween-themed episode. Lord help us all.

A Haunting (Discovery) -- A family of three gets kicked out of their house by ominous noises, unexplained visions, and the smell of cat pee in the baseboards.

History's Mysteries (History) -- The legend of vampires. Rebroadcast at 5:00 pm.

Will & Grace (Lifetime) -- Will & Grace decide to celebrate Halloween by watching Ingmar Bergman films.

Blue's Clues (NICK) -- Bar-Bar, Bar-Bar-Bar-Bar-Bar!

Goof Troop (Toon Disney) -- The title of this episode 'Frankengoof'. Man I miss Disney Afternoons!

Mysterious Journeys (Travel) -- A trip to Romania to learn about Dracula.

Hope & Faith (Women's Entertainment (We)) -- The girls are the only guests at a neighbor's Halloween party.

--- 11:30 am ---

The Hills Have Eyes (CINEMAX) -- The 2006 remake of the 1977 original.

The Valut of Horror (FMC) -- Originally known as Tales From the Crypt II

Yo Gabba Gabba! (NICK) -- Rapper Biz Markie guests on this new Halloween-themed episode.

Disney's House of Mouse (Toon Disney) -- 'Halloween with Hades'

Hope & Faith (We) -- Hope holds her own Halloween party after being snubbed by the upper crust of her town. Then, after getting bumped on the head she realizes that she is not Hope but really Corky Sherwood.

--- 11:50 am ---

Dark Water (TMCe) -- A single mother and her daughter move into an apartment that features plenty of spiritual plumbing problems. Rebroadcast on FX at 11:00 pm

--- 12:00 pm ---

Halloween II (AMC) -- More fun with Mike Myers and Jamie Lee Curtis.

A Haunting (Discovery) -- A psychic reveals that a rural New York home has been the location of several deaths over the last 100 years.

Witch Crafts (DIY) -- Halloween crafts are created in this marathon of episodes that lasts until 4:00 pm.

Thirteen Ghosts (SciFi) -- The 2001 remake of the 1960 camp horror film.

Haunted History of Halloween (History) -- This show explores the origins of Halloween. Rebroadcast at 6:00 pm.

America's Haunted Hotels (Travel)

Bride of Chucky (USA) -- Chucky is back along with his bridge Tiffany, voiced by Jennifer Tilly.

--- 12:15 pm ---

Cry of the Werewolf (TCM) -- A young gypsy girl turns into a wolf to destroy her enemies. Her parents probably could've avoided this by signing her up for 4-H.

--- 12:30 pm ---

Casper's Scare School (Cartoon Network) -- Sweet little Casper goes to school to learn how to be scary. Voices include Jim Belushi, Bob Saget, and Phyllis Diller.

Sem-Homemade Cooking With Sandra Lee (Food Network) -- Sandra makes a whole bunch of tasty Halloween items.

The Grudge 2 (Starz) -- Sarah Michelle Gellar doesn't star in this one. Rebroadcast at 10:05 pm.

Kate & Allie (We) -- A Halloween visitor says he's brought a ghost to Kate and Allie's house.

--- 1:00 pm ---

A Haunting (Discovery) -- A Salt Lake City family leaves their house after hearing strange noises.

Max & Ruby (Nick) -- Max & Ruby fight over what will be carved in a Halloween pumpkin. Meanwhile, we all wonder where the hell Max and Ruby's parents are.

Resident Evil: Apocalypse (Oxygen) -- I wonder if Oprah actually works on program scheduling for this station.

Night Visitors (Travel) -- Classic ghost stories are featured in this episode.

--- 1:20 pm ---

The Lost Boys (Cinemax) -- It's the Coreys (Feldman and Haim) in this classic 80's movie about teenage vampires.

--- 1:30 pm ---

Family Matters (ABC Family) -- The Winslows and Steve weave a tale of a 19th century vampire family. Hilarity . . . you know what.

Everyday Italian (Food Network) -- Spaghetti topped with fall flavors is on the menu for this show.

The Werewolf (TCM)

--- 1:35 pm ---

Warriors of Terra (TMCe) -- A mutant creature escapes a research facility to plague a animal-rights group.

--- 2:00 pm ---

Sabrina, The Teenage Witch (ABC Family) -- Sabrina is given a creepy doll that brings monsters to her Halloween gathering.

Halloween III: Season of the Witch (AMC) -- The continuing saga, minus Jamie Lee Curtis.

A Haunting (Discovery) -- A Seattle apartment seems to be haunted by Gen-X slackers who drink a lot of coffee.

Emperor's New School (Disney) Rebroadcast at 1:00 am on Thursday.

Essence of Emeril (Food) -- In this 2004 episode Emeril makes orange pumpkin soup and pumpkin and corn fritters.

Malcolm in the Middle (FX) -- It's some post-Halloween mischief for Malcom and his brothers.

Decoding the Past (History) -- A study of the vampire legend and the common threads that weave through them all.

Blessed (Lifetime) -- Modern remake of Rosemary's Baby starring Heather Graham

Ghost Adventures (SciFi) -- Paranormal investigations in Nevada highlight this documentary.

America's Scariest Halloween Attractions 2 (Travel) -- Featured are trips to the Bates Motel in Glen Mills, Pa, the Hangman's House of Horror in Ft. Worth, TX, and Capitol Hill.

--- 2:30 pm ---

Sabrina, The Teenage Witch (ABC Family) -- Sabrina battles an army of zombies who invade the coffee shop. Later, she falls in love with fellow witch Willow.

Bill & Mandy: Wrath of the Spider Queen (Cartoon Network)

The Replacements (Disney) -- Rebroadcast at 4:00 pm and midnight.

Malcolm in the Middle (FX) -- Hal is distressed that his home was once a gruesome murder site. Well, aren't we all?

--- 3:00 pm ---

The Shining (Cinemax) -- Here's Johnny!

A Haunting in Georgia (Discovery) -- A little girl sees spectral men in her parents' yard.

King of the Hill (FX) -- Excellent Halloween episode featuring Sally Field as a religious zealot who puts a damper on the holiday.

The Mystery of the Wax Museum (TCM) -- a sculptor turns murder victims into wax sculptures. Starring Fay Wray.

America's Scariest Halloween Attractions (Travel) -- Same stuff as the show on at 2:00 pm, except different locations.

--- 3:15 pm ---

Mimic:Sentinel (TMCe) -- An apartment-bound voyeur discovers that giant insects have invaded his neighborhood. I swear, I am not making these plots up!

--- 3:30 pm ---

Cyberchase (PBS) -- Hacker takes over the mayor of Castleblanca's castle for a dinner with Erica Ram. I have no idea what I just wrote there.

Craft Lab (DIY) -- Creating items for Mexico's Day of the Dead celebration.

Adventures of Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius (Nick)

--- 3:40 pm ---

John Carpenter's Vampires (MOMAXe) -- Is that More Cinemax East, or Museum of Modern Art X-Rated Erotica?

--- 4:00 pm ---

7th Heaven (ABC Family) -- Camden family Halloween antics, including Lucy's meeting with the town "monster", played by Richard Moll.

Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers (AMC) -- Didn't know he even left.

Beastly Countdown (Animal Planet) -- Wierd and creepy animals are features in this Top 10 countdown.

Even Scarier Movie Moments (Bravo) -- Still more scary movie moments. Part 2 of the series airs at 5:00 pm.

Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends (Cartoon Network) -- A special 3-D Halloween episode.

Craft Lab (DIY) -- Making furry masks from foam mattresses and faux fur.

That 70's Show (FX) -- The gang returns to their arson-torched grammar school. Rebroadcast at 1:00 am on Thursday.

Ghost Hunters (SciFi) -- A marathon of episodes leads up to the live episode at 9:00 pm.

King of Queens (TBS) -- Arthur forbids Doug from celebrating Halloween. Yet, Festivus is okay to celebrate.

Most Haunted in America (Travel)

--- 4:15 pm ---

The Bedroom Window (SHOTe) -- Steve Guttenberg starts in this 1987 Hitchcockian yarn featuring other late-1980's stars.

--- 4:30 pm ---

Carol Duvall (DIY) -- Making a child's chicken costume, then an egg costume. Ah-ha! The chicken does come first!

That 70's Show (FX) -- Spoofing the works of Alfred Hitchcock. Rebroadcast at 1:30 am on Thursday.

House of Usher (TCM) -- Classic Roger Corman film starring Vincent Price.

--- 4:45 pm ---

King Kong (HBO2e) -- The remake starring Jack Black.

--- 5:00 pm ---

Camp Lazlo (Cartoon Network)

Shriek if you Know What I Did Last Friday the 13th (Comedy Central) -- A horror movie spoof featuring a number of former television personalities.

Phil of the Future (Disney) -- Phil must save Halloween after Debbie turns into an evil cyborg. Wait, wasn't this a plot on 24 not too long ago?

25 Celebrity Near Death Experiences (E!) -- Big whoop. I want to see 25 celebrities tell about their actual deaths. Sort of like Spoon River Anthology for Hollywood.

America's Haunted Houses (Travel)

--- 5:30 pm ---

The Return (Cinemax) -- Sarah Michelle Gellar is haunted by a murder that occurred 15 years ago (actually, since the movie premiered in 2006, it's actually 16 years ago).

--- 6:00 pm ---

Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks (PBS) -- Not to be confused with the Piggly Wiggly supermarket chain.

8 Simple Rules (ABC Family) -- It's a shame that John Ritter passed away so soon.

My Family (BBC America) -- See, they even celebrate Halloween in England.

The Haunting (TCM) -- The original 1963 classic about a group of psychic investigators who move into a haunted house that destroys all who live there.

Scary Godmother: Halloween Spooktactular (Cartoon Network)

Reba (Lifetime) -- Reba has plans for Halloween that has the rest of the family expressing very little interest.

Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide (Nick)

Ghost (Oxygen) -- Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore, and a pottery wheel. Rebroadcast at 8:30 pm.

Mysterious Journeys (Travel) -- The Salem Witch Trials are discussed.

Showgirls (VH1) -- Ahhhhh! Ahhhhh! Worst. Movie. Ever. Ssshhhrreeeiiikkkk!!!!!!

--- 6:15 ---

Doppleganger (TMCe) -- A woman convicted of matricide moves to escape her past, only to be followed by her ghostly double who may have committed the murder.

--- 6:25 pm ---

Afraid of the Dark (IFC) -- An 11-year-old boy is plagued by morbid fears.

--- 6:30 pm ---

8 Simple Rules (ABC Family) -- Bridget thinks she can run a school Halloween dance.

--- 7:00 pm ---

Scary Godmother: The Revenge of Jimmy (Cartoon Network)

Halloween Unmasked (National Geographic (NGC)) -- Another show detailing the history of Halloween and some of symbols. Rebroadcast at 2:00 am on Thursday.

Child's Play 2 (Cinemax) -- The return of Chucky.

Halloween: Resurrection (FX) -- A bunch of teens spend the night at Michael Myers' childhood home as part of a contest. Yeah, that's going to turn out well.

Modern Marvels (History) -- All about chocolate. Mmmm . . . chocolate.

Mysterious Journeys (Travel) -- Investigating strange sounds and images on a trip to Gettysburg.

--- 7:15 pm ---

The Wicker Man (HBO Signature East (HBOSGe)) -- Remake of the 1973 cult thriller starring Nicolas Cage.

--- 7:30 pm ---

Poltergeist (ABC Family) -- Can someone please tell me why a movie where a guy is shown ripping off his own face is part of the ABC Family lineup.

Suite Life of Zack & Cody (Disney) -- Seriously, isn't it time for these two kids and their mother to move to an apartment or something? Rebroadcast at 11:00 pm.

iCarly (Nick) -- Carly hosts a webcast from a haunted apartment. By the way, this is my 7-year-old daugther's favorite new show.

--- 8:00 pm ---

Most Extreme (Animal Planet) -- Featuring blood-sucking animals. Rebroadcast at midnight.

Somebody Help Me (BET) -- Once again, just in case you missed it: teenagers, plus remote cabin in the woods, results in nothing good at all.

Notorious (BIO) -- The true story about the house portrayed in The Amityville Horror. Rebroadcast at midnight.

Phenomenon (NBC) -- Two players are eliminated in this Halloween-themed episode.

Goosebumps (Cartoon Network) -- Six episodes of the series lead up to Adult Swim at 11:00 pm.

The Haunted Mansion (Disney) -- Eddie Murphy continues to separate himself from his early career in this family film based on the popular Disneyland/Disneyworld attraction.

20 Most Horrifying Hollywood Murders (E!) -- Featuring the murders of Sharon Tate, Biggie Smalls, and Saturday morning network programming.

Fright Night (FLIXe) -- 1980's horror film starring Chris Sarandon and Roddy McDowall.

Race With the Devil (FMC) -- Peter Fonda stars in this 1975 film about a satanic cult that makes the vacation of two couples a living, uh, hell. Rebroadcast at 11:30 pm.

Modern Marvels (History) -- All about candy. Rebroadcast at midnight.

Murder by Numbers (IFC) -- Documentary about the recent rise of serial killer films.

Devil's Diary (Lifetime Movie Network (LMN)) -- Two teens stumble upon a demonic diary that allows harmful entries written into it to become reality. Hasn't anyone learned their lesson from Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets?

Bedlam (TCM) -- The original 1946 version (it is TCM, after all) starring Boris Karloff.

Urban Legend (TMCe) -- Coeds, crazy mass murderer, some girl naked in the shower. You fill in the rest of the story.

Most Extreme (Travel) -- Top 10 list of weird creatures. Not sure if this is the same one previously aired on Animal Planet.

--- 8:15 pm ---

Close Your Eyes (Sundance East (SUNDe) -- Thriller starring ER's Goran Visnijc.

--- 8:30 pm ---

Child's Play 3 (Cinemax) -- Chucky goes to military school. Hilarity and much spilling of blood ensues.

M*A*S*H (TV Land) -- The only Halloween-themed episode that I can remember. Featuring an appearance from a pre-Cheers George Wendt. Rebroadcast at 11:30 pm.

--- 9:00 pm ---

Biography (BIO) -- A focus on Jamie Lee Curtis. Rebroadcast at midnight.

Food Network Challenge (Food) -- A contest to build the most haunted gingerbread house. Rebroadcast at midnight.

Halloween:H20 (FX) -- Jamie Lee Curtis returns to face someone that may be Michael Myers.

Lost Worlds (History) -- A trip to Scotland to determine if the events behind Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde are indeed true. Rebroadcast at 1:00 am on Thursday.

At Midnight I'll Take Your Soul (IFC) -- The first in a triolgy of cult horror films about an evil undertaker named Coffin Joe. Rebroadcast at 2:05 am on Thursday.

Home Improvement (Nick) -- My favorite Home Improvement episodes were the Halloween-themed ones.

Ghost Hunters Live (SciFi) -- The gang spends the night at the Waverly Hills Sanatorium in Kentucky.

Bloodsucking Cinema (Starz) -- A look at the myth of vampires and how its been treated in the cinema.

World's Creepiest Destinations (Travel) -- Featuring trips to the Lizzie Borden Bread & Breakfast, The Tower of London, and Britney Spears' parenting classes.

--- 9:30 pm ---

The Invisible Ray (TCM) -- Another film starring Bela Lugosi.

Terror Train (FMC) -- What's worse than teens in a rural cabin? A fraternity that rents out a train complete with a murderer. Rebroadcast at 1:00 am on Thursday.

--- 9:50 pm ---

Dolls (FLIXe) -- A family waits out a storm at the home of a sinister doll-making couple whose creations play a bit rough.

--- 10:00 pm ---

CSI:NY (CBS) -- The team encounters eerie events while investigating a mass murder at the Amityville Horror house in Long Island. Since the place was home to a mass murder nearly 30 years ago I say that the eerie events are a given.

Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers (AMC) -- Sigh.

Biography (Biography) -- Profile on Linda Blair.

MonsterQuest (History) -- Series premiere that explores legendary monster stories. Rebroadcast at 2:00 am on Thursday.

Session 9 (SUNDe) -- An asbestos-cleaning crew agrees to clean up an old insane asylum unaware that it is haunted. Starring David Caruso (no, seriously).

Mysterious Journeys (Travel) -- A visit to Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia.

--- 10:30 pm ---

This Night I Will Possess Your Corpse (IFC) -- The second movie in the "Coffin Joe" series. Rebroadcast at 3:30 am on Thursday.

--- 11:00 pm ---

The Body Snatcher (TCM)

Most Extreme (Animal Planet) -- Featuring stories about monster legends such as sewer-dwelling alligators in New York City and vampire bats.

Futurama (Cartoon Network) -- The episode pays homage to such horror films as Christine and The Wolfman.

Deep Sea Detectives (History) -- The focus is on the Loch Ness Monster in this episode of the series. Rebroadcast at 3:00 am on Thursday.

Cosby Show (Nick) -- This Halloween episode is from the second season, I believe.

Most Haunted Live: Eastern State Penitentiary (Travel) -- What a coincidence that this would be on right after a show focusing on the same exact place.

--- 11:10 pm ---

Howling II (FLIXe) -- The sequel to the classic 1981 horror film.

--- 11:20 pm ---

Criss Angel:Mindfreak (A&E) -- Rebroadcast of a 2006 special from the Magic Castle in both Hollywood and New York.

--- 11:30 pm ---

Roseanne (Nick) -- If you missed your Roseanne fix earlier today here it is for you now.

--- 11:50 pm ---

Busty Cops 2 (Cinemax) -- Not Halloween related at all. Just thought I'd add it just in case you needed a break from all of the blood and gore you viewed all day.

Thursday, November 1st

--- 12:00 am ---

Halloween:The Curse of Michael Myers (AMC) -- For the love of God, please no more!

Celebrity Paranormal Project (VH1) -- A bunch of Hollywood people like Gary Busey and Hal Sparks investigate a number of seemingly haunted locations. Two additional episodes air at 1:00 and 2:00 am

---- 12:30 pm ---

Awakening of the Beast (IFC) -- In this third movie of the "Coffin Joe" series, four drug addicts are asked to be part of an LSD experiment. Like they're going to say no to that!

The Old Dark House (TCM) -- Another movie starring horror grandmaster Boris Karloff.

--- 1:00 am ---

Vampire in Brooklyn (Bravo) -- 1995 comedy starring Eddie Murphy in his sucky period.

Most Haunted Live (Travel) -- This time around we travel to the Winchester Mystery House in San Jose, California. I visited that house way back in 1982 and thought it was totally rad.

Tamara (TMCe) -- A homely teen dies and comes back as a sexy seductress to exact revenge on her tormentors.

--- 1:05 am ---

Dracula (HBOSGe) -- An animated retelling of the Bram Stoker story.

--- 2:00 am ---

Die, Monster, Die! (TCM) -- A 1965 movie about an old house that holds a bizzare secret. Starring, you guessed it, Boris Karloff.

--- 3:00 am ---

Freaked (FMC) -- A sitcom star, played by Alex Winter, becomes a grotesque freak after an accidental brush with a toxin. I catch this movie once in awhile but never seem to watch the whole thing.

All Souls Day (SciFi) -- Outsiders near a Mexican town are menaced by undead corpses during the annual Day of the Dead.

--- 3:30 am ---

The Walking Dead (TCM) -- Boris Karloff is a man brought back to life after being electrocuted for a crime he didn't commit.

--- 4:45 am ---

Isle of the Dead (TCM) -- Terror on a Greek island in the midst of a plague. Starring, ahem, Boris Karloff.

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the abc fam promotion has been pretty sweet so far...for anyone that missed it, poltergeist is coming back on tonight at 730.

October 31 2007 at 5:11 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

["Poltergeist (ABC Family) -- Can someone please tell me why a movie where a guy is shown ripping off his own face is part of the ABC Family lineup."]

Didn't you hear? "ABC Family, a new kind of family." Their show "Greek" is just as scary. it also apparently got a green light for another season in 2008, even scarier...

October 30 2007 at 2:40 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

Umm, you misspelled shriek several times... in a spooky Halloween list, that's kind of sad... and you spelled Corey wrong -- both Haim and Feldman spell it with an 'e.' I'm just saying.

October 29 2007 at 5:18 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

Isn't anyone showing Ray Bradbury's "Something Wicked This Way Comes?"

It's my favorite movie to watch at Halloween.


October 29 2007 at 2:07 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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