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Your Halloween 2022 list of TV specials, movies and marathons

Is almost Halloween and this year it feels like everything is back on track. First up, we have a sequel to the quintessential scary season movie, Hocus Pocus. Then there’s the annual Simpsons Treehouse of Horror to look forward to and year The end to that The Halloween franchise.

Take a look at what to look forward to this year and let us know what you plan to watch.

Hocus Pocus 2 (Disney+)

The Sanderson sisters are back and no one is ready. This sequel to the 1993 original has only been rumored for years. But in 2022 it becomes a reality for those Disney+ subscribers. The film premieres on Disney+ on September 30.

It’s been 29 years since someone lit the Black Flame Candle and resurrected the 17th century sisters, and they seek revenge. Now it’s up to three high school students to stop the coveted witches from wreaking a new kind of havoc on Salem before the dawn of Eve.

Simpsons Halloween Special XXXIII


This year the people from The Simpsons are upping their Halloween special with two episodes! First, we have a story titled “Not this” which we assume will parody the Stephen King classic. Then there is death note which pokes fun at the popular anime series of the same name. Unlike previous seasons, this special will be two full episodes instead of the anthology style used in the past. No release date has been announced, but look for it in October.

Terrifier 2 (Screambox)

This movie has had some production issues, but it’s finally on its way to theaters on October 6th. As far as we can tell, the gory sequel will then head exclusively to the horror film. Screambox sometime in October.

halloween is over (peacock)

Michael Myers is going through a tough time. Can you imagine if you were him and read the title of this movie? It seems so final. But the audience is here for this latest Blumhouse chapter Halloween saga and luck to us Subscribe to Peacock we can watch it all happen while handing out candy at the same time.

AMC Fear Fest 2022 – Interview with the vampire the premiere of the series

Every year I HAVE C bless the airwaves with a great selection of movies and special offers. This year is no exception with the premiere of the series Interview with the vampire. We’re also getting Eli Roth’s History of Horror, along with the streamer’s slate of scary classics, which will air throughout the month of October.

Monstober 2022 from Disney Channel

Even House of mice get in on the Halloween fun. Although the title of their seasonal specialties has changed over the years, Monstober has always been a place for spooky Halloween fun. This year, along with their catalog of special Halloween content, we’ll be getting a sequel to Under Wraps.

This film follows a group of teenagers who must save their reanimated mummy friends Harold and Rose from danger. This means hiding them in plain sight while trying to save Rose from a villainous and vengeful enemy named Sobek. Under Wraps 2 will premiere on disney channel on September 25.

Syfy 31 Days of Halloween 2022

What better channel to give us scary content for Halloween than Syfy? this channel has been a cable staple since it started. Remember when it was called Sci-Fi? This year, the channel is known for taking Halloween seriously, with endless horror movies, originals and series throughout the month of October.

This year is special because we get a second season of Chucky from the creator Don Mancini. The first season was a fan-fueled success, with critics also appreciating it. Expect your favorite killer doll to return when season two premieres on The Syfy Channel on October 5.

TCM Horror Movie Marathons 2022

Turner Classic Movies is the choice for vintage horror. In October, they celebrate all things horror by presenting some of the best in vintage entertainment. From Forbidden Planet to The Haunting, TCM is the best thing in your Criterion collection.

This year they have horror movies lined up almost every day of the month, but October 31st is when they let loose alongside Universal’s monsters, including Frankenstein, The Invisible Man and Dracula.

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