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Halloween and Horror Movies on TV this October

The Countdown to Halloween has begun!

Hocus Pocus 31 Days of Halloween

Horror and Halloween fans finally get their fix as multiple networks will feature frightful films every day this October. From FearFest to 31 Days (and Nights!) of Halloween, you’ll have plenty of spooktacular movies and scary shows to choose from.

AMC FearFest

AMC FearFest runs on AMC for 19 days, from Thursday, October 14 through Halloween night on October 31. View the schedule on AMC here.

Disney Channel’s Monstober

Disney Channel’s Monstober will feature a whole month of Halloween shows like K.C. Undercover, Bunk’d, Liv, and Maddie, and an encore showing of Descendants. View the full lineup on Oh My Disney here.

Freeform’s 31 Nights of Halloween

Freeform will feature their 31 Nights of Halloween including spooky favorites starting October 1 and a Hocus Pocus Marathon on October 31. View the list on Freeform here.


Netflix is releasing an impressive new lineup of their own scary originals plus other horror films and series that can be found in the streaming service’s library. Netflix will also release the premiere of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, a new series based on the Archie Comics character and the second season of the Castlevania animated series. View the complete list on Comicbook here.

SYFY’s 31 Days of Halloween

SYFY is gearing up for its 10th annual “31 Days of Halloween,” during which the network will air horror films and shows all month long. Watch the premiere of five original horror films, a new installment of the anthology series Channel Zero, new seasons of Van Helsing and Z Nation, and cult horror flicks including American Psycho, Insidious, and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. SYFY WIRE will also launch a new limited podcast series, “Every Day Horror,” a daily deep dive into various horror films throughout the month of October. View the schedule on SYFY here.

Turner Classic Movies

Fridays get more than a little spooky on TCM this month! The collection of classic fright films sure will surely get you in the Halloween spirit such as The Haunting (1963), Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1941), and The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1939). Viewers are treated to a different theme each week with the final theme is Val Lewton Horror, featuring seven of the famed writer-producer’s celebrated low-budget thrillers for RKO, along with the documentary Martin Scorsese Presents, Val Lewton: The Man in the Shadows (2007). View the full schedule on TCM here.


What network will you be watching this October? What is your favorite Halloween or Horror movie? Let us know in the comments below and on social media by tagging @GeeksofGalaxy!

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