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Top Five Halloween Marathons on TV

Published by Harmony Fulwiler

EOnline Ghost Hunter’s Live Event) As a special feature, viewers will be invited to text the Ghost Hunters directly through the Syfy website if they see any paranormal activity. Other highlights of the month include The Crow (10/13 11pm EST), Saw I, II, & III (10/17 starting at 4:30pm EST) & Children of the Corn IV, V, VI & VII (10/18 starting at 11:00am EST).

If classic movies are more your style, Turner Movie Classics once again have a great selection of horror movies all day Halloween. Starting from 8:00am EST with 1945’s In the Dead of the Night all the way until 3:45 the next morning with Son of Dr Jekyll, you won’t have a moment to rest. Other highlights include 1963’s Diary of a Madman with Vincent Price at 1:45PM EST and 1945’s The Body Snatcher with Boris Karloff & Bela Lugosi at 11:15pm EST.

However, some of us can’t watch scary movies on Halloween until after bed time. For those of us with toddlers, Noggin has promised special Halloween episodes of Little Bill, Maggie and the Ferocious Beast and Miss Spider’s Sunny Patch, with times to be announced later.

The Showtime family of channels is offering a variety of Halloween inspired films on Oct 31st
Highlights include:

The remade Texas Chainsaw Massacre: the Next Generation on Snonext at 8pm EST, starring Matthew McConaughey and Renee Zellweger.

Steven King’s the Mist on Showtime Beyond 7:45PM EST,

Halloween (2016) directed by Rob Zombie on The Movie Channel at 9:00PM EST

An episode from one of the best series on TV–Dexter-on Showtime & Showtime HD at 8:00PM EST.

This Halloween you’re limited only by how much you want to scream & how many hours are available on your DVR.

ABC Family
SyFy Channel
EOnline Ghost Hunter’s Live Event
Turner Classic Movies
Noggin
Showtime

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