October is just around the corner, which means spooky season is upon us.
In fact, some of us like to start a little earlier. (We’re already celebrating at THS.)
But if Halloween begins for you October 1, you’re in luck. Shout! Factory TV and Scream Factory will host “31 Nights of Horror” this year.
As you can probably guess, “31 Nights of Horror” kicks off October 1, then airs a different movie every night of the month through Halloween. The streaming event features genre favorites like Witchboard, Sleepaway Camp, and Clive Barker’s Nightbreed.
And if you like a little sci-fi and humor with your Halloween fair, tune in Monday nights. Mondays will air episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3000. Plus, “31 Nights of Horror” will host a double feature every Saturday.
31 Nights of Horror Lineup
October 1: Nosferatu the Vampyre
2: Body Bags
3: Deadly Double Feature: Mermaid: Lake of the Dead / Night Tide
4: Cannibal Girls
5: MSTie Monday: Mystery Science Theater 3000: Hobgoblins
6: The House That Dripped Blood
7: Werewolves on Wheels
9: How to Make a Monster
10: Deadly Double Feature: Witchboard / Witchery
11: The Beast Must Die
12: MSTie Monday: Mystery Science Theater 3000: Night of the Blood Beast
13: Q: The Winged Serpent
14: Saturday the 14th
15: Chopping Mall
16: The Howling III: The Marsupials
17: Deadly Double Feature: Bad Moon/ The Howling: New Moon Rising
18: Nightbreed: Director’s Cut
19: MSTie Monday: Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Touch of Satan
21: Itsy Bitsy
22: Bloodsucking Bastards
23: The Exorcist III
24: Deadly Double Feature: Sleepaway Camp / The Final Terror
25: Horror Hospital
26: MSTie Monday: Mystery Science Theater 3000: Werewolf
27: Class of 1984
28: The Monster Club
30: ??? STAY TUNED
31: Deadly Double Feature: Ghosthouse / The Evil
You’ll notice the programming for October 30 remains a mystery. A “special presentation” will be announced at a later date.
Stream and scream live every night in October at ShoutFactoryTV.com or on the Shout! Factory TV app. Movies begin at 7pm PST/10pm EST nightly. But don’t worry if you can’t make the screening time. “31 Nights of Horror” movies will also be available on demand.
And if you’re looking for more family-friendly spooky fare, you can check out Freeform’s “31 Nights of Halloween” lineup here.
Meanwhile, check back to THS for Fright-A-Thon, our celebration of all things scary running up to Halloween.
Source: Shout! Factory TV