Episode 11: Made for TV Horrors

Did you know that once upon a very earthy time, major broadcasters made films specifically to be shown on TV, and that of the thousands that were made, a whole bunch were horror films? On this episode, we transport you back to a time of shag carpet, rotary phones and pants-wettingly scary films with commercial interruptions. In this episode, we are discussing A Cold Night’s Death (1973) starring Robert Culp and Eli Wallach, Dan Curtis’ The Norliss Tapes (1973), and Tobe Hooper’s adaptation of Stephen King’s Salem’s Lot (1979).

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Dark Shadows
Kolchak: The Night Stalker

The Night Stalker
Outer Limits
Supernatural
Twilight Zone
The X-Files

The Andromeda Strain (1971)
Blood Beach (1980)
Crownhaven Farm (1970)
The Devil’s Rain (1975)
Dead Snow (2009)
Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark (1973)
Dracula (1974)
Eaten Alive (1976)
The Exorcist (1973)
Frankenstein: The True Story (1973)
Gargoyles (1972)
The House that Would Not Die (1970)
How Awful about Allan (1970)
Killdozer (1974)
Mark of the Devil (1970)
Mr. Sardonicus (1961)
The Night Stalker (1972)
The Night Strangler (1973)
The Picture of Dorian Gray (1973)
The Possessed (1977)
Satan’s School for Girls (1973)
The Sentinel (1977)
The Shining (1980)
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll (1967)
A Taste of Evil (1971)
Texas Chain Saw Massacre (1974)
The Thing (1982)
Turn of the Screw (1974)


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