The Great Pumpkin will be visiting this household!




So just in case you just clawed your way out of the cave last night and have not heard Elvira is back! She has a 13 film gig only on Hulu! So better hit the drive through in hopes of pulling a 30 free trail like this guy did. (And I hate fast food)

So what makes this even better is that Elvira has teamed up with the king of low budget freight fests Charles Band! How frigging cool is this? And it gets better the full list of movies has been released and its going to be great!!!!!




Cannibal Women In The Avocado Jungle of Death (1989) – Holy guacamole, this movie is the pits! Elvira is no stranger to “man-eating women,” but she may have bit off more than she can chew in this indigestible entrée, starring Adrienne Barbeau, Shannon Tweed, and a young Bill Maher, who’s still trying to live this turkey down. (Premieres Sunday, October 19)

Puppet Master (1989) – The cult classic gets the hook when Elvira’s pulling the strings. There’s more Punch than Judy in this cinematrocity. (Premieres Monday, October 20)

Demonic Toys (1992) – No one likes playthings more than the Mistress of the Dark. But these toys are straight out of Hell’s toy box. Playtime is over! (Premieres Tuesday, October 21)

Hobgoblins (1988) – Elvira’s couch is infested with pesky little critters who are clearly Gremlinrejects. The only way she’s gonna get rid of them is to endure this flick. (Premieres Wednesday, October 22)

The Gingerdead Man (2005) – Elvira’s holiday gift is this awful lump of coal, straight off the naughty list. Gary Busey stars as the voice of this psychotic cookie made from the ashes of a serial killer and a few drops of blood. This is a recipe for disaster in this creepy clas-sick. (Premieres Thursday, October 23)

Dollman (1991) – Elvira is playing with a guy who’s got 13 inches!!! Actually, that’s all he’s got. He’s 13 inches high! Tim Thomerson stars in this knee-high nightmare. (Premieres Friday, October 24)

Trancers (1985) – Elvira sets her sights on the far-off future, and 1985, in this high-tech time travel chase through the minds of killers! (Premieres Saturday, October 25)

Oblivion (1994) – Fly the “fiendish” skies with Elvira as your host on a devilish trip to Oblivion. It’s cowboys and aliens as a bizarre gang of futuristic desperados, including cult faves Julie Newmar and George Takei, attempt to turn this tumbleweed town into their own private playground. (Premieres Sunday, October 26)

Shrunken Heads (1994) – Elvira is put through the ringer and hung out to dry after sitting through this movie. She should have quit while she was a head! (Premieres Monday, October 27)

Hideous (1997) – Elvira always says, when you can’t say something nice about a movie, come sit by her. And with this movie, she’s got plenty to say! (Premieres Tuesday, October 28)

Evil Bong (2006) – Potheads Beware: You may enjoy this trip so much you’ll DIE! Join Elvira as she gets a whiff of this “High Art” and gets high with a little help from her friend Tommy Chong. (Premieres Wednesday, October 29)

Seedpeople (1992) – Elvira is often mistaken for someone else, but this time even the alien creatures crawling out from inside these unsuspecting townspeople don’t want to be mistaken for her. (Premieres Thursday, October 30)

Night of the Living Dead (1968) – Elvira resurrects the original zombie classic and devours it with raw energy! Elvira loves George A. Romero’s masterpiece so much, she’s takin it to the grave! (Premieres Friday, October 31)

Are you kidding me right now! Puppet Master, Evil Bong, Trancers, Oblivion, and The Gingerdead Man!!! The Great Pumpkin has given us a great gift this year. The only movie I might skip or skip through would be Shrunken Heads only because I just watched it on Full Moon Streaming hosted by William Shatner.







13 Nights of Halloween Oct. 19 beginning at 7am through Oct. 31 on ABC Family. It’s the 16th year for ABC Family’s spooky programming event. This year features Halloween episodes of Melissa & Joey and Baby Daddy; a Pretty Little Liars fan appreciation special; scary Freak Outprank specials; and lots of movies, including the network television premieres of Dark Shadows and ParaNorman. See listings for details of each day.


Night 1 – Sunday, Oct. 19
7 a.m. ET – “Casper” (1995)

9 a.m. ET – “The Addams Family” (1991)

11 a.m. ET – “Addams Family Values” (1993)

1 p.m. ET – “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows: Part 1” (2010)

4:30 p.m. ET – “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows: Part 2” (2011

7:30 p.m. ET – Disney/ Pixar’s “Toy Story OF TERROR!” (2013)

8 p.m. ET – Disney/ Pixar’s “Monsters, Inc.” (2001)

10 p.m. ET – ENCORE: Disney/ Pixar’s “Toy Story OF TERROR!” (2013)

Night 2 – Monday, Oct. 20

6:30 p.m. ET – “The Nightmare Before Christmas” (1993)

8 p.m. ET – “The Hunger Games” (2012)

12 a.m. ET – “The Haunted Mansion” (2003)

Night 3 – Tuesday, Oct. 21

8 p.m. ET – *ALL NEW* “Pretty Little Liars: We Love You To DeAth” fan-appreciation special (2014)

9 p.m. ET – *ALL NEW* “Freak Out” – a “hilariously scary new hidden-camera prank special” (2014)

12 a.m. ET – ENCORE: “Pretty Little Liars: We Love You To DeAth” (2014)

1 a.m. ET – ENCORE: “Freak Out” (2014)

Night 4 – Wednesday, Oct. 22

6 p.m. ET – “Beetlejuice” (1988)

8 p.m. ET – *ALL NEW* “Melissa & Joey” Halloween episode – “Witch Came First” (2014)

8:30 p.m. ET – *ALL NEW* “Baby Daddy” Halloween episode – “Strip or Treat” (2014)

9 p.m. ET – *ALL NEW* “Freak Out” (2014)

Night 5 – Thursday, Oct. 23
5:30 p.m. ET – ENCORE: “Freak Out” (2014)

6:30 p.m. ET – ENCORE: “Melissa & Joey” Halloween episode (2014)

7 p.m. ET – ENCORE: “Baby Daddy” Halloween episode (2014)

7:30 p.m. ET – “Corpse Bride” (2005)

9:30 p.m. ET – “The Nightmare Before Christmas” (1993)

12 a.m. ET – “Teen Wolf” (1985)

Night 6 – Friday, Oct. 24

5 p.m. ET – “Corpse Bride” (2005)

7 p.m. ET – “Nightmare Before Christmas” (1993)

8:30 p.m. ET – “Dark Shadows” (2012)

12 a.m. ET – “Beetlejuice” (1988)

Night 7 – Saturday, Oct. 25

7:30 a.m. ET – Tim Burton’s “Batman” (1989)

10:30 a.m. ET – Tim Burton’s “Batman Returns” (1992)

1:30 p.m. ET – “Beetlejuice” (1988)

3:30 p.m. ET – “Dark Shadows” (2012)

6 p.m. ET – “The Addams Family” (1991)

8 p.m. ET – “Addams Family Values” (1993)

10 p.m. ET – “Hocus Pocus” (1993)

12 a.m. ET – “Corpse Bride” (2005)

October 19

America’s Funniest Home Videos – Oct. 19 at 7pm on ABC. This week’s special Halloween themed episode highlights include animals dressed in funny costumes, like a goat dressed as a cheerleader and a dog dressed as a fish; hilarious reactions from people being told they are going to be grandparents; two little girls who are frightened when seeing cotton candy for the first time; and Tom Bergeron playing “What’s Behind the Scary Ghost?”

The Simpsons: “Treehouse of Horror XXV” – Oct. 19 at 8pm on FOX. On the annual Halloween special, Bart and Lisa are transported to a demon-filled alternate universe after Bart reads a set of Aramaic symbols he finds on the underside of his desk; Moe’s “Clockwork Orange”-style gang is disrupted when Dum (Homer) falls for a girl (Marge) who wants him to give up the thug life; and, in an homage to The Others, the Simpsons are visited by their former Tracey Ullman-era versions of themselves.

Brooklyn Nine-Nine: “Halloween II” – Oct. 19 at 8:30pm on FOX. The Peralta/Holt annual Halloween bet continues when Jake challenges the Captain that he can steal his watch before midnight. Meanwhile, Gina is upset that her dance team, Floorgasm, kicks her off the squad and Terry confronts her about her bad attitude.

Halloween Wars: “Mummies vs. Werewolves” – Oct. 19 at 9pm on Food Network. Three remaining teams made up of a pumpkin carver, a cake decorator and a sugar artist vie to create the most epic battle between mummies and werewolves to see who will advance to the $50,000 final battle.

Family Guy: “Baking Bad” – Oct. 19 at 9pm on FOX. Lois and Peter go into business together and open a cookie store, but things get messy when Peter comes up with his own way to get more customers.

Mulaney: “Halloween” – Oct. 19 at 9:30pm on FOX. As a tribute to his deceased neighbor, Lapidus, John uses his jokes for Lou’s monologue. Then, in an effort to please Lou and make sure his contract, which expires on Halloween, is renewed, John stops at nothing – including potential grave robbery – to retrieve more of Lapidus’ material and prove his worth to Lou.

Ghost Stalkers – Oct. 19 at 10pm on Destination America. Paranormal investigators Chad Lindberg and John E.L. Tenney conduct overnight explorations in America’s most haunted places. The premiere episode finds the pair at the Whispers Estate in Mitchell, Ind., which has had reports of violent hauntings, goat-like demons and bizarre shadow creatures.

October 20th

The Chew – Oct. 20 at 1pm on ABC. Beginning today, Clinton Kelly leads a weeklong series called “Your Freaky Front Door,” with easy, innovative and inexpensive decorating ideas to keep your front door looking Halloween-y.

October 21st

Pretty Little Liars: “We Love You to DeAth” – Oct. 21 at 8pm on ABC Family. It’s Halloween and in this PLL fan appreciation special, “A” is up to his or her usual tricks.

Forever: “The Frustrating Thing About Psychopaths” – Oct. 21 at 10pm on ABC. When a human heart is delivered fresh out of a body to the homicide division, Henry and Jo end up in the middle of a Jack the Ripper copycat murder investigation. But it doesn’t stop there. A second killing resembles another infamous, unsolved crime: the Black Dahlia murder. Henry has seen it all before, as flashbacks show his involvement with the two original cases from two very different periods of his long life. However, Henry’s anonymous caller tips him to search beyond the clues of these classic killings and leads the police squad to profile a very different, yet disturbed suspect.

October 22nd

Ghost Hunters: “200th Episode: Grant Is Back” – Oct. 22 at 9pm on Syfy. The series marks its 200th episode with this two-hour show that finds the team returning to one of its favorite haunted locations: the Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in Weston, W.Va. Returning for this special episode is TAPS cofounder Grant Wilson.

American Horror Story: Freak Show: “Edward Mordrake, Pt. 1″ – Oct. 22 at 10pm on FX. The Freaks refuse to perform on Halloween due to an old carny superstition. Jimmy is smitten by a woman claiming to be a fortuneteller. Ethel receives life-changing news.

October 23rd

Killer Thursdays: “Boogeyman Franchise” – Oct. 23 at 10pm on Sony Movie Channel. Boogeyman 2 (2008) and Boogeyman 3 (2009).

October 24th

Last Man Standing: “School Merger” – Oct. 24 at 8pm on ABC. Mike and Chuck debate the merits of a local ballot measure merging their upscale neighborhood high school with one in the inner city. For Halloween, Ryan dresses up Boyd as a lump of coal – another reminder to Vanessa how her job as a geologist may be hurting the environment.

Evermoor (Chapter 3 & 4) – Oct. 24 at 9pm on Disney Channel. Tara and her step-brother Seb team up to solve the mystery of the tapestry that predicts the future and save their family and Evermoor Manor from the sinister Esmerelda.

Grimm (Season Premiere) – Oct. 24 at 9pm on NBC. In the wake of Monroe (Silas Weir Mitchell) and Rosalee’s (Bree Turner) wedding, things have never been more chaotic. Nick (David Giuntoli), having lost his Grimm abilities, must dig deep and decide what type of person he wants to be, while Juliette (Bitsie Tulloch) continues to try to come to grips with Nick’s recent “betrayal.”

Constantine – Oct. 24 at 10pm on NBC. Matt Ryan plays John Constantine in this new drama based on the comic book series Hellblazer from DC Comics. A seasoned demon hunter and master of the occult, Constantine decides, with his soul already damned to hell, to abandon his campaign against evil — until a series of events thrusts him back into the fray, working to protect the innocent.

October 25th

Roseanne’s Halloween – Oct. 25-26 from 1pm-4pm; Oct. 30-31 from 3am-5am on TV Land. A marathon of Halloween episodes of the classic sitcom Roseanne.

High School Possession – Oct. 25 at 8pm on Lifetime. Intelligent and gifted, Lauren is the student editor of the school newspaper, and as part of her senior year project, she’s doing an expose on each of the school cliques. Her next assignment is to follow Olivia and her church youth group known as “The Chosen.” One night after interviewing them, Lauren stumbles onto The Chosen performing an exorcism on a girl led by Reverend Young. Lauren is horrified but intrigued so she begins to investigate and it seems to have really helped the girl. Meanwhile, Lauren’s best friend Chloe is having trouble and spiraling out of control at home and at school. Her mother has taken her to countless doctors and none of them can clearly diagnose her. The only option remaining is for Chloe to be hospitalized. Lauren realizes that Chloe might be possessed and needs an exorcism. But when Reverend Young refuses to help them Lauren and The Chosen decide to take matters into their own hands…except not all of the girls may be doing this to save Chloe. When it becomes evident that Olivia is performing the ritual to hurt her it’s up to Lauren to truly save Chloe. Jennifer Stone, Janel Parrish, Ione Skye, Kelly Hu, and Shanley Caswell star in this original film.

Classic Horror Novels – Oct. 25 at 8pm on TCM. TCM airs a night of films based on classic horror novels, including Village of the Damned (1961) and The Curse of Frankenstein (1957).

The Good Witch’s Wonder – Oct. 25 at 9pm on Hallmark Channel. Cassie Nightingale (Catherine Bell) has mere days to plan her stepson’s wedding and spearhead the Middleton silent auction while running her mystical shop. When Audrey, a new arrival in town, wanders into the shop, Cassie hires her on the spot. Before long, auction items go missing and suspicions start to swirl around Audrey and her secret past. Cassie must act fast to conjure up the truth and save the day before time runs out. Leading up to this premiere, starting at 1pm, Hallmark will be airing the previous Good Witch movies.

The Incredible Dr. Pol: “Pol-tergeist” – Oct. 25 at 9pm on Nat Geo Wild. Halloween is coming, and Dr. Pol is in his element dealing with jumping, flailing and barking clientele. Charles has some tricks up his sleeves, but that’s nothing compared to the surprises patients bring, as Dr. Pol is hit with blood, urine and a kick in the knee. Later, the doc and his family visit a haunted yard, but after dealing with an angry herd of beef cattle, a pair of ill-mannered sugar gliders and a skittish stallion, Dr. Pol ain’t afraid of no ghosts.

The Amityville Horror Murders – Oct. 25 at 9pm; Oct. 26 at 6pm; Oct. 29 at 11pm; Oct. 30 at 9pm on REELZChannel. Narrated by Ed Asner, this two-hour documentary explores the grisly 1974 mass murder that served as a genesis for the Amityville story and reveals its connection to the disturbing claims made by George and Kathy Lutz who moved into the house with their three children one year later. That couple’s alleged experiences would lead to a haunted house tale Hollywood couldn’t resist, and this documentary sheds light on the shocking circumstances and web of lies at the base of the franchise it inspired. REELZ will also be airing the 1979 film The Amityville Horror (Oct. 19 at 3pm and Oct. 25 at 4:30pm), as well as its 2005 remake (Oct. 19 at 10:30pm; Oct. 25 at 11pm; Oct. 26 at 4pm; Oct. 31 at 9pm & 11pm).

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