Thursday, September 29, 2011

Syfy's 31 Days of Halloween!


("Kaw" I actually really liked this one!)

Admittedly, sometimes Syfy confuses us: Are Syfy Original Movies serious or hilarious? Why do they give shows like "Haunted Collector" and "Mary Knows Best" a shot? Perhaps the programming is sometimes off, but when it's on, it's freaking magic!

Examples--the first 3 seasons of "Ghost Hunters," Seasons 2 and onward of "Destination Truth."

They also never forget us at Halloween-time, bless their twisted hearts! Last year most channels were pretty lame-o on the horror stuff. Not Syfy. They remember us every October with nonstop horror movies! Here's just some of the gems this October. In other words, if you keep it on Syfy, you're likely to not miss a good horror movie, a bad horror movie, or an often watched horror movie. You will get your fill, I promise--these are only a FEW they're offering:

"Children of the Corn"
"The Pumpkin Karver"
"My Bloody Valentine"
"Headless Horseman"
"Resident Evil"
"Swarmed"
"Infestation"
"Starship Troopers"
"Arachnophobia"
(Ghost Hunters marathon)
"Thirteen Ghosts"
"Saw" (series)
"P2"
"The Cave"
"Dawn of the Dead"
"The Boogeyman"
"The Messengers"
"Wrong Turn"
"The Hitcher"
"The Hills Have Eyes 2"
"Underworld: Rise of the Lycans"
"The Dunwich Horror"
"Never Cry Wolf"
"Timber Falls"
"Kaw"
"Pumpkinhead"
"Mothman"
"Halloween"
"Jeepers Creepers 2"
"The Haunting in Connecticut"



Wednesday the 26th--new season of "Fact or Faked: Paranormal Files" (yes, expect my naughty tank top shots when I review the show the next day) This episode is Area 51 and a Cajun apparition (how do you know it's a Cajun apparition? Is it coated in spicy seasoning?)

TOMORROW IS THE BLOGGER VIRTUAL ZOMBIE WALK EVENT ONLINE!

7 comments:

  1. I love Kaw as well. Some of those movies I could do without but at least it will give me something to watch.

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  2. oh boy oh boy oh boy!! Halloween is sooooo close and I cant wait!! :D

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  3. Halloween-time is always a great time for watching TV - except for all the commercials, of course. (Thank goodness for DVRs!)

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  4. With all of the Hallowe'en programming in October I usually go through withdrawals on Nov.1st. Then I can appreciate the Chiller channel again.

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  5. Hee hee. I'm a giant dork because many of the movies on tv, I have on DVD, but somehow I like to watch them on TV better, as if it's more current or something or like everyone is seeing it with me at the same time. It's a weird affliction. Perhaps it could be called "movie by association syndrome"

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  6. I watch my "The Fog" DVD every Halloween. I hate movies on TV 'cause of the commercials - nothing is worse than a scary movie with commercials! SyFy does have some great movies on, though.

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  7. I'm already jonesin to watch Halloween again. I just wish Syfy was showing the Fat Albert Halloween special. That creepy old lady gets me every time...

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