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25th. Oct.
(00:30) Halloween (1978)
Jamie Lee Curtis stars in this contemporary classic that spawned a slew of slasher movies and sequels. This movie remains the quintessential original that was ahead of its time.

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26th. Oct.
(02:10) The Night Caller (1965)
An alien comes to earth to recruit women for breeding on his planet. Cool British scifi with John Saxon.

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25th. Oct.
(01:35) The Wicker Man (1973)
Unnerving cult horror movie starring Edward Woodward and Christopher Lee. Pagan worship and Christianity confront each other on a Scottish island.

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29th. Oct. (17:05) The Thief of Bagdad (1940)
Alexander Korda's epic tale of the Arabian Nights starring Conrad Veidt and Sabu.

 

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31st. Oct. (10:00 /03:35) The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957)
Classic Fifties sc-fi starring Grant Williams as the Shrinking Man.

 

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26th. Oct. (08:50 /19:00) The Nutty Professor (1963)
Enjoyable take on the Jekyll and Hyde story starring Jerry Lewis.
                (21:00) Barbarella (1967)
Sexy Jane Fonda stars in this psychedelic Sixties cult-sci-fi classic.
                (02:10) It Came From Outer Space (1953)
Intelligent Fifties sci-fi featuring aliens taking over inhabitants of a small Arizona town.
29th. Oct. (11:10) It Came From Outer Space (1953)
Intelligent Fifties sci-fi featuring aliens taking over inhabitants of a small Arizona town.
                (06:00 /16:10) Robinson Crusoe on Mars (1964)
Intelligent and well acted scifi with Paul Mantee stranded on the Red Planet.
30th. Oct. (21:00 /02:15) War of the Worlds (1953)
Martians invade the earth and are impervious to any of our defenses. Classic '50's paranoia.
                (00:30) The Phantom of the Opera (1943)
Claude Rains takes his turn as the Phantom in this Universal remake.
31st. Oct. (08:20 / 02:40) The Phantom of the Opera (1962)
Hammer's rather slow moving version of the Lon Chaney classic. Here starring Herbert Lom.
               (06:40 / 14:30) Kiss of the Vampire (1962)
Well crafted vampire tale from the Hammer House of Horror.
               (16:05 / 00:55) The Innocents (1961)
Truely scary British ghost story based on Henry James' "Turn of the Screw" and starring Deborah Kerr.
               (17:50 / 04:10) The Blob (1958)
Steve McQueen stars in the original sci-fi featuring an oozing, giant jelly-like blob from outer space.
                (19:25 / 05:40) The Raven (1963)
Karloff, Price and Lorre pit their sorcery skills against each other in this comic horror.
                (09:50 /21:00) The Birds (1963)
The small community of Bodega Bay is under attack from vengeful birds. One of Hitch's best.
                (12:00 /23:05) Psycho (1960)
Hitchcock at his best heightened by Tony Perkins' superb performance.

 

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27th. Oct. (08:00 /15:40) Curse of the Werewolf (1961)
Marvellous Hammer adaptation of the werewolf myth starring Oliver Reed.

 

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25th. Oct. (23:10) Clash of the Titans (1981)
Ray Harryhausen's stop-motion swansong. An epic family adventure complete with assorted monsters.
                (03:55 GMT) Mark of the Vampire (1935)
Tod Browning's remake of his now lost London After Midnight (1927). Stars Bela Lugosi and has become a classic movie in its own right.
28th. Oct. (00:40) The Power (1968)
George Hamilton stars in this flawed sci-fi featuring a group of scientists, one of whom can kill with the power of their mind.
31st. Oct. (23:05) The Exorcist (1973)
Hugely influential mainstream horror movie that changed the face of horror cinema. Still disturbing.

 

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