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Masc of the Red Death
It's officially SPOOKY season! To celebrate I'm doing 31 Nights of Spoopy Halloween. These movies are definitely eerie but kid- (or timid adult-) friendly levels of scary.
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Masc of the Red Death 1 Oct 18
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Join me tonight, October 1st, for Disney's A Halloween Treat (1982). You'll probably recognize the many classic Halloween-themed animations that get shared as gifs.
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Masc of the Red Death 2 Oct 18
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Tonight's picks always creeped me out as a kid. Join me October 2nd for Garfield's Halloween Adventure (1985) complete with vintage 80s halloween commercials:
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Masc of the Red Death 3 Oct 18
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Tonight's pick is definitely spoopy but also a bit of tear-jerker. Narrated by Ray Bradbury himself, come and watch The Halloween Tree (1993).
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Masc of the Red Death 4 Oct 18
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Tonight's pick is yet another 1993 Bradbury creeper. By the pricking of my thumbs go and watch: Something Wicked This Way Comes (1993).
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Masc of the Red Death 5 Oct 18
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Continuing the 1993 trend (1993 was a VERY SPOOPY year with yet more great movies to come), today's pick is the classic The Nightmare Before Christmas.
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Masc of the Red Death 6 Oct 18
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Lest you doubt that 1993 was the spoopiest year on record, tonight's pick is another classic from that year (although Disney decided to release it in July of all months). Come hang and watch Hocus Pocus (1993).
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Masc of the Red Death 7 Oct 18
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Today's pick is definitely aimed a younger crowd: The Halloween That Almost Wasn't (1979). It's borderline sexist, but (SPOILERS) the witch does get her way in the end!
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Masc of the Red Death 8 Oct 18
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The pick for October 8 is creepy, kooky, mysterious and spooky. It's really altogether ooky: The Addams Family (1991)
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Masc of the Red Death 9 Oct 18
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Our first modern pick has all the spooky hallmarks: skeletons, pumpkin kings, monsters, dark woods, fairy tale birds, homages to old cartoons and Americana, the voice of Christopher Lloyd. Join us tonight in watching the cult classic Over The Garden Wall:
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Masc of the Red Death 10 Oct 18
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Disney REALLY loved Halloween. Join us the evening of October 10th for Legend of Sleepy Hollow (1949)
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Masc of the Red Death 11 Oct 18
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Normally I don't enjoy the various Ernest-titled movies of the 80s, but tonight's pick is more kid's monster horror and less goofy comedy: Ernest Scared Stupid (1991)
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Masc of the Red Death 12 Oct 18
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There's a lot of spoopy movies with Christina Ricci. The second on our list is tonight's pick: Casper (1995)
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Masc of the Red Death 13 Oct 18
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Tonight's pick is a hard one to find: Hanna Barbera's The Last Halloween (1991)
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Masc of the Red Death 14 Oct 18
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Another hard to find kids special: Join us this evening, October 14, for The Crown of Bogg (1981)
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Masc of the Red Death 15 Oct 18
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I fully expect to be greeted by Vincent Price's mid-Atlantic idiolect when I die, which is why I'm so excited for tonight's pick: Vincent Price's Once Upon a Midnight Scary (1979)
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Masc of the Red Death 16 Oct 18
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Tonight's pick proves that Disney's Halloween game didn't end in the 80s: Halloweentown (1998).
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Masc of the Red Death 17 Oct 18
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The pick for October 17 is yet another Disney modern: Under Wraps (1997).
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Masc of the Red Death 18 Oct 18
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Tonight's pick only lasted in theaters for 2 weeks but gained a cult following like lots of stuff in the 80s and 90s: VHS/DVD. It's a solid flick that's part Goonies, part Ghostbusters: The Monster Squad (1987).
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Masc of the Red Death 19 Oct 18
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Tonight's pick is one of my favorite modern spoopies: Monster House (2006).
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Masc of the Red Death 21 Oct 18
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Ooops, the pick for Oct 20 failed to post, so I guess tonight is Tim Burton double feature! Frankenweenie (2012) and Corpse Bride (2005).
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Masc of the Red Death 22 Oct 18
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Tonight's pick is another fun creature feature: Curse of the Wererabbit (2005)
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Masc of the Red Death 23 Oct 18
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Tonight's pick is Ghostbusters (1984).
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Masc of the Red Death 24 Oct 18
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Tonight's pick is another rarely see, hard to find classic: Claymation Comedy Of Horrors (1991)
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Masc of the Red Death 25 Oct 18
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Tonight's pick is Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice... wait, no I'm not falling for that again. It's Beetlejuice (1988).
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Masc of the Red Death 26 Oct 18
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I've been holding off on tonight's pick for so long to make a true throwback: It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (1966) is airing TONIGHT on ABC. And it's the full hour-long version (which is rare to see). "Check your local listings!" as the olds used to say.
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Masc of the Red Death 27 Oct 18
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Tonight's pick is yet another Disney creeper. This one might actually veer into Spooky territory, so check it out first before showing to little ones: Mr. Boogedy (1986)
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Masc of the Red Death 28 Oct 18
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Tonight's pick is also veers into Spooky and is probably more aimed at young teens but is so 80s its almost like an 80s parody of itself so I can't help but include it! The Midnight Hour (1985)
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Masc of the Red Death 29 Oct 18
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Tonight's pick is Paranorman (2012)
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Masc of the Red Death 30 Oct 18
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Tonight's pick is a fun and goofy modern: My Babysitter's A Vampire (2010)
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Masc of the Red Death 31 Oct 18
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Long overshadowed by its INFERIOR Christmas cousin tonight's pick is: Halloween is Grinch Night (1977). Happy Halloween, friends.
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