LikeTelevision proudly presents the 9th annual Halloween ScreamFest. Time again for another Streaming, Screaming Halloween Film Festival! If you enjoy horror films, scary tv shows, or videos of weird psychic phenomena of of the unknown - we got some mean and nasty witches, a myriad of monsters, and a voluminous viscous vat of vapid vampires. A Zillion Zombies? Not quite a zillion maybe, but they are good ones. We rattled some skeletons in the closet and pulled out the Preview Trailer from the debut ScreamFest in 2000. We made a Top 10 Viewer's Choice, a Silent Horror Classics video library, and over 30 suggested titles, which are displayed randomly as images on the top right banner. (refresh the page, another suggestion via a roll of the dice. Here's more suggestions - Ouija Board episode from One Step Beyond, Beverly Hillbilies Trick or Treat, or take in some Casper the Friendly Ghost.,
Halloween ScreamFest 2008
Directed by - Various
(1914-2008) - B&W and Color - 789 min
And there is so much more. Search for Horror, Halloween, Scary, or blood - for just a few suggestions. By all means - watch the Twilight Zone episode of Ambrose Bierce's short story, An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge. (and try it with an alternate soundtrack like the preview suggests). This Robert Enrico short film won at Cannes. Let's not forget another Cannes winner, Kwaidan, a Japanese masterpiece of eerie, bizarre and spooky tales. Excellent! If you are looking for the most nasty gore, blood and creepiness, try our Bloody Six Pack. A better suggestion for kids might be a Popeye cartoon, I Don't Scare, which is about the voodoo associated with Friday the 13th.
It is ok to scream at the ScreamFest
Get out your funky 3-D glasses
Billy the Kid versus Dracula - oh yeah.
Halloween ScreamFest 2008
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Drive-In Massacre is so bad and low budget - it is somehow quite entertaining
Silent classics like The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
John Newland as your host on One Step Beyond. Dozens and dozens of episodes from this scary tv show in the early days of TV
Kwaidan - or Weird Tales in English, offers 4 scary stories of the other worldly, Japanese style. Parts of this series remind me of Quentin Tarantino'sKill Bill
A bunch of Roger Corman classics including Little Shop of Horrors, Bucket of Blood, and Angels as Hard as They Come