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Join House of Tortured Souls as we celebrate significant dates in the history of horror in November. Click on thumbnails for full images.

November 1 - 7

11/01/1985 – A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge released theatrically
11/01/1997 – Castlevania: Symphony of the Night released on the PlayStation and Sega Saturn in the European Union
11/01/2000 – Eternal Darkness: Sanity’s Requiem released on the Nintendo GameCube in the European Union
11/01/2002 – 28 Days Later released theatrically in the United Kingdom
11/02/1990 – Jacob’s Ladder released theatrically
11/03/1976 – Carrie released theatrically
11/03/1946-Tom Savini pioneer F/X artist born
11/04/1948 – The Snake Pit released theatrically
11/05/1943 – Son of Dracula (1943) released theatrically
11/05/2006 – Castlevania: Curse of Darkness released on the PlayStation 2 and Xbox in North America
11/06/1931 – Mike Nichols (director of Wolf) born
11/06/1972 – Thandie Newton (actress in Interview with the Vampire) born
11/06/1972 – Rebecca Romijn (actress in Godsend) born

November 8 - 14

11/07/1971 – Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde released theatrically
11/07/2000 – Eternal Darkness: Sanity’s Requiem released on the Nintendo GameCube in Australia
11/08/1847 – Bram Stoker (author of Dracula) born (d. 1912)
11/08/1968 – Parker Posey (actress in Scream 3) born
11/08/1975 – Tara Reid (actress in A Return to Salem’s Lot, Urban Legend (film), Devil’s Pond, Alone in the Dark, and The Crow: Wicked Prayer) born
11/09/1984 – A Nightmare on Elm Street released theatrically
11/09/1984 – Silent Night, Deadly Night released theatrically
11/09/1988 – Child’s Play released theatrically
11/09/2001 – Castlevania Chronicles released on the PlayStation in the European Union
11/10/1889 – Claude Rains (actor in many horror films) born (d. 1967)
11/11/1951 – Bill Moseley (actor in many horror films) born
11/11/1995 – Interview with the Vampire released theatrically
11/11/2002 – Resident Evil 0 released on the Nintendo GameCube in North America
11/12/1904 – Jacques Tourneur (director of many horror films) born (d. 1977)
11/12/1943 – The Mad Ghoul released theatrically
11/12/1999 – Resident Evil 3: Nemesis released for the PlayStation in North America
11/12/2004 – Seed of Chucky released theatrically
11/13/1933 – The Invisible Man released theatrically
11/13/1991 – Cape Fear (1991) released theatrically
11/13/1992 – Bram Stoker’s Dracula released theatrically

November 15 - 21

11/16/1984 – Night of the Comet released theatrically
11/16/1990 – Initiation: Silent Night, Deadly Night 4 released theatrically
11/17/2001 – Frailty released theatrically
11/18/1990 – It premieres on television

November 21 - 27

11/21/1931 – Frankenstein released theatrically
11/21/1964 – Onibaba released theatrically in Japan
11/21/1990 – Predator 2 released theatrically
11/21/2002 – Resident Evil 0 released on the Nintendo GameCube in Japan
11/21/2002 – Gothika released theatrically
11/22/1958 – Jamie Lee Curtis (actress in Halloween, The Fog, Prom Night, etc.) born
11/23/1887 – Boris Karloff born (d. 1969)
11/23/1917 – Michael Gough (actor in Hammer horror films) born
11/23/2001 – Silent Hill 2 released on the PlayStation, Xbox, and PC in Europe
11/24/1999 – End of Days released theatrically
11/24/2006 – Castlevania: Curse of Darkness released on the PlayStation 2 and Xbox in Japan
11/26/1992 – Castlevania II: Belmont’s Revenge released on the Game Boy in Europe
11/26/1997 – Alien: Resurrection released theatrically
11/27/1988 – John Carradine (actor in numerous horror films) dies (b. 1906)
11/27/1997 – Castlevania Legends released on the Game Boy in Japan
11/27/2003 – Castlevania: Lament of Innocence released on the PlayStation 2 in Japan

November 28 - 30

11/28/1974 – Let Sleeping Corpses Lie released theatrically
11/30/1999 – Castlevania: Legacy of Darkness released on the Nintendo 64 in the United States
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Welcome to The Vortexx where it's been ALL HOSTS ALL THE TIME FOR SIX YEARS!

Halloween is now just a little over a week away, and our COUNT-DOWN TO HALLOWEEN begins with a full week of Halloween-themed programming, culminating next Monday (Halloween) with our third annual Vortexx Halloween Party! This week's line-up includes THREE movies making their Vortexx debut, an old-time haunted radio show, and a trip to the Peninsula of Horror on Saturday. We've got a powerhouse line-up of monsters -- vampires, zombies, witches & warlocks, ghosts, a werewolf, a mummy, Mr. Hyde, and a couple of oddball Frankenstein monsters -- to make your Halloween a week a memorable one. Our hosts are Arachna & Deadly, Vincent Grimmly, Freakshow & the Bordello gang, Bobby Gammonster & Boris the Buzzard, Dr. Zoid & Sluggo, Sicko Psychotic, Cnl. Graves & Smiley Bones, Master Vyle & Queman at the Pensinula of Horror, and Mortimer Van Creep hosting our Halloween Party. Enjoy the shows and Happy Halloween!

Sunday (10/23). 9:00 P.M. (ET)

BEWARE THEATER with Arachna of the Spider People and her friend Deadly presents another gem from the Golden Age of Black-and-White -- F. W. Murnau's NOSFERATU (1922). Max Schreck plays the blood sucking vampire count in one of the first -- and definitely one of the scariest -- screen adaptations of Bram Stoker's Dracula. Arachna has taken some creative license to make this silent movie . . . well, less silent. Nosferatu actually speaks, and there are also some sound effects, different music, and lots of scary fun. This episode was a big hit with our viewers when it aired in The Vortexx last April, and we're betting that you're going to enjoy it even more the second time round. Tonight show will be preceded by a tribute to Jim (The Colonel) Klink hosted by one of his closest friends -- Dale Kay, host of DALE KAY'S SPOOKSHOW. Jim passed away last year on October 24.

Monday (10/24). 9:00 P.M. (ET)
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NIGHT CHILLS THEATRE with Vincent Grimmly and his pet raven Phydeaux presents The Vortexx premiere of VENGEANCE OF THE ZOMBIES (1973). Paul Naschy plays a triple role in this stupendously bad but fun-to-watch Spanish horror thriller. Wearing a wig that makes him look like an Elvis impersonator, Naschy is hilariously miscast as Krishna, a charismatic Indian guru who may or may not be responsible for gang of murderous zombies on the loose in London. Naschy also plays Krishna's hideously disfigured brother Kantaka, and he sports some ridiculous looking horns playing The Devil himself. Argentinean beauty Mirta Miller plays the Guru's Indian girlfriend Kala. Some gratuitous nudity, a little gore, and an undeniably groovy free-form jazz and progressive-rock score add to the fun. Tonight's show will be preceded by Dale Kay's tribute to Jim (The Colonel) Klink, who passed away a year ago today on October 24, 2015.

Tuesday (10/25). 9:00 P.M. (ET)

BORDELLO OF HORROR with Freakshow, Mistress Malicious, Sgt. Drizzlepuss, Ali Katt, and Marijohuana presents a Vortex favorite -- HORROR HOTEL (1960) aka City of the Dead. A 300-year-old witch needs annual virgin sacrifices in order sustain her immortality, and virgins are getting harder and harder to find! Starring Christopher Lee and directed by John Llewellyn Moxey (Night Stalker), this chilling tale about witchcraft in a small New England town was released in the same year as Psycho and has been compared to that film in several ways. In addition to the movie, Freaky will be entertaining us with musical guests Bolonium, a movie review by Mark Krawczyk from The Final Cut, a special Bloody little secret short film, and more! Tonight's show will be preceded by Dale Kay's tribute to Jim (The Colonel) Klink. [Movie poster by Sean Hartter courtesy of Saturday Fright Special.]

Wednesday (10/26). 9:00 P.M. (ET)
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MONSTER MOVIE NIGHT with Bobby Gammonster and Boris the Buzzard presents THE GHOST (1963). Not just any ghost, mind you, but the ghost of Dr. Hitchcock of Horrible Dr. Hitchcock fame. Barbara Steele stars as his unfaithful wife, who plots against the doctor, now a cripple, with the help of her lover, while the lover plots against Babs with the help of the housekeeper. It's directed by Riccardo Freda, who had a great influence on both Mario Bava and Dario Argento. This movie has lots of atmosphere, lots of Babs, and a terrific twist ending, so don't miss it!

Thursday (10/27). 9:00 P.M. (ET)

Our Countdown to Halloween continues tonight with the ALTERNATIVE REALITIES Halloween show from 2014. Tonight Dr. Sigmund Zoid and Suggo are hosting THE MAD MONSTER (1942) affectionately known to its fans as "Of Mice and Men and Werewolves," Glenn Strange, best remembered as the Frankenstein Monster in three Universal movies, plays Petro, a simple-minded handyman very reminiscent of the simpleton Lenny in the Steinbeck novel Of Mice and Men. Only this time a mad scientist (George Zucco) turns the simpleton into a werewolf!

Friday (10/28). 9:00 P.M. (ET)
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SICKO-PSYCHOTIC returns to The Vortexx to host the Vortexx premiere of THE VAMPIRES' NIGHT ORGY (1973). Imagine what Two Thousand Maniacs would have been like if Herschell Gordon Lewis had used vampires instead of southern rednecks, and you'll have a good idea of what tonight's movie is all about. It's a Spanish-Italian co-production directed by Leon Klimovsky, who also directed The Werewolf Versus the Vampire Woman and Monday night's Vengeance of the Zombies. This time, however, Klimovsky eschews his favorite go-to star Paul Naschy in favor of the lesser known Jack Taylor (the stripey-shirt guy in last week's Horror of the Zombies). It's about a busload of travelers who decide to spend the night in a nearby town when the bus driver suffers a fatal heart attack. At first the town seems to be uninhabited, but the travelers soon discover that it's populated by some (non-traditional) vampires who like to tear their victims to pieces. WARNING: Tonight's movie contains nudity and brutal violence and is definitely for adults only. So please keep the kids locked in the cellar tonight. It's the only safe place for them.

Saturday (10/29). 8:00 P.M. (ET)

Join us tonight for a triple dose of HOUSE OF MASTER VYLE PRESENTS as THE PENINSULA OF HORROR -- the showcase for Florida's finest horror hosts -- celebrates its Third Anniversary with WHAT IN THE SAMHAIN? Chat Night! The main show starts at 8 (ET) as Master Vyle and Queman host THE GIANT GILA MONSTER (1959). They used a Mexican Beaded Lizard instead of a Gila Monster, and the movie lumbers along even more slowly than its title monster. But this low-budget gem has rock music, hot rods, skid marks, and plenty of unintentional laughs. Then stick around at 10 (ET) when Master Vyle and Queman return to host THE KILLER SHREWS (1959). Who cares if the shrews are really just dogs with rugs attached to them? This is a highly entertaining movie! The shrew action continues at Midnight (ET) as Master Vyle presents THE KILLER SHREWS (PILOT VERSION). It's the same movie but different host bits as Master Vyle presents the never-before-seen pilot version of his show. We must warn you, however, once you see this show, it can never be unseen! There will be a PreShow for the Early Boids -- THE GREAT GRUMPLIN'S HALLOWEEN SAFETY SHOW -- starting at 7 (ET).
PLEASE NOTE: Tonight's show will be aired on The Peninsula of Horror's Livestream channel -- livestream.com/tpoh Viewers who show up on The Vortexx channel Saturday night will be re-directed there, so you can save yourself a couple of steps by going directly to The Peninsula of Horror.

Sunday (10/30). 9:00 P.M. (ET)

PUBLIC DOMAIN DRIVE-IN with Cnl. Graves & Smiley Bones presents TALES FROM THE HAUNTED RADIO. Cnl. Graves and Smiley are back to celebrate Halloween again, this time with the Haunted Radio! Join us for audio tricks and treats as we listen to HP Lovecraft's Dunwich Horror, Edgar Allen Poe's The Raven, and the Washington Irving classic The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. But the chills aren't just for your ears as our two hosts also hit a Halloween Party and learn about Halloween Safety -- plus even more treats! This one is gonna be a lotta fun! Don't miss it!

Monday (10/31). 9:00 P.M. (ET)
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Join us tonight as we celebrate The Season of the Witch with our third annual VORTEXX HALLOWEEN PARTY! Our Monster of Ceremonies Mortimer Van Creep will kick off the celebration with a brand new episode of SKUNKY CINEMA. Tonight Morty will be hosting The Vortexx premiere of CARRY ON SCREAMING (1966). Kenneth Williams stars as the revived Dr. Watt and luscious Fennella Fielding is his vampirish sister in the twelfth installment of the long-running British "Carry On" series. Together they create two Frankenstein monsters named Oddbod and Oddbod Jr. who go around kidnapping hapless women. Mr. Hyde and a mummy join in the fun in this parody of the Hammer horror films of the 1960s. And for all you night owls, West Coasters, and Halloween junkies who took off work on November 1, the party continues at 11 (ET) with three full hours of MORT'S MONSTER SHORTS!
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I love Halloween and horror movies, making it, therefor, really hard to just choose five favorites for the month. The films I have decided to feature as my must views for Halloween are in no particular order and are not all listed under the horror genre. I realize Trick 'r Treat, Halloween, and House on Haunted Hill have already been mentioned in previous staff member posts, so I will not include them in my five films, but still consider them to be in my October favorites.

Hocus Pocus (1993)
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Pumpkinhead (1988)
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The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
Director: Tim Burton

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Bram Stoker's Dracula (1992)
Director: Francis Ford Coppola

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Carnival of Souls (1962)
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