Tucker & Dale vs. Evil: Netflix Hidden Gem Surprises

Click to watch the movie on streaming here!

What do you look for in a good horror movie? Is it uniqueness? Is it hilarity? Is it good acting? If you're looking for any of these, you've come to the right place.

Tucker & Dale vs. Evil is one of the better comedy/horror films I've ever seen... mainly because I've never seen a 'horror' film turn out this way.

If you haven't seen the trailers yet, don't. The trailers give a little too much away in terms of the outcome of the movie, but let me just say this: this movie is about two guys who are at their home away from home, surrounded by a tremendous amount of stupid teenagers.

See, the teenagers think that Tucker and Dale are evil, and are trying to be vigilantes against them. The problem is, they're all tremendously stupid, and constantly keep putting themselves into situations where they're easily killed. So, then, it appears that Tucker and Dale are the bad guys, see?

It's a fun ride and people need to watch this, if for nothing more, to show a middle finger to all the different distributors who refused to take on this film and put it into mass theaters for the longest time (this movie was basically on the shelf for a year or two, just waiting to be picked up by any distributor).

So go ahead and add it to your queue, I'm sure you'll be watching with thousands of other people today!

GoldenEye: Netflix Streaming Surprises

Watch the film on Netflix streaming here!

Now, I'm not the biggest 007 fan. I've only seen four or five of them, and the ones I've seen are from the past 10 years or so (aka the beginning of the Brosnan era).

I've always found the 007 to be a little too cheesy, and therefore just kind of stupid. That being said, GoldenEye works on all the things that made the 007 cheesiness work, and it worked well.

If you're a normal human being, you played the Nintendo 64 game of the same title, and if you're like me, you might have even played the game before watching the movie. Doing that made watching the movie a surreal experience (honestly, at the time I didn't even know that it WAS a movie - I thought it was just a game).

I really loved and still love this movie, but honestly I don't know if I'm able to look at it in an unbiased manner. Alec Trevelyan is one of my favorite bad guys ever, and I loved the dichotomy of two special agents having to fight one another throughout the film.

There's something about this movie that pushes itself over the top though, in terms of being able to be watched again and again even if ignoring the nostalgia factor. It's a superb 'Bond' film (I know that's not saying much considering how few I've see) but if you have seen many, I'm sure you'll agree that this is one of the best. If you haven't seen it before, just know that it's a fun, exciting action film. Just add it to your queue!

Funny CollegeHumor Netflix Video

I don't know how I never came across this College Humor video during that entire "Qwikster" fiasco, but I just watched it and I couldn't stop laughing during most of it. It's very cutting and still relative to a lot of people's feelings on the current selection of movies available on Netflix Streaming (hint: if you want to find hidden gems, you've come to the right place!)

(Warning: Language)

Netflix Fireplace for Your Home

Check it out, Netflix has put on streaming the ability to make your home television set a fireplace. I remember seeing this "fireplace" video footage in countless television shows and movies (of which, of course, I can remember none of off-hand).

Anyway, if you're looking for something to put on in your living room this Christmas season (or whatever holiday you choose to celebrate this month - I love all of you) you can't possibly name anything less threatening than footage of a fireplace.

Although not really a movie or show, this is nonetheless a cool addition that Netflix made available.

Mallrats: Netflix Surprises

Click to watch the movie on Netflix streaming here!

Even though Kevin Smith has kind of "dropped off" in terms of quality in films lately, there was a time in which he was making a series of View Askew movies, all similar in tone and containing mostly the same character set. Or actually, maybe just Jay and Silent Bob, with reoccurring actors.

Mallrats was one of those "Kevin Smith early films" that made him so famous. Not because it was even all that good, but because it was unique in terms of being a low-budget, honest, witty comedy. I mean, there's nothing particularly amazingly hysterical about this movie, but it's easy and fun to watch, and it's always funny to watch the sharp dialogue that Kevin Smith is able to write.

I'm making this movie sound boring, which it definitely is not. It's just, a Kevin Smith movie. It's kind of hard to describe without being a big Kevin Smith fan, but there are aspects about his movies that are just uniquely enjoyable for the sheer ability to be shockingly realistic.

Although this Kevin Smith movie bombed in the box office, it's known as one of the great hidden gems of the View Askewniverse. If you enjoy Jay and Silent Bob, you're going to enjoy this movie. If you enjoy watching Ben Affleck be a dick, you're going to enjoy this movie. If you enjoy comedies that aren't cheap and obviously took time to write and conjure up realism, you're going to enjoy this movie.

Add it to your queue and let me know what you think of this movie.

Stephen Fry in America: Netflix Hidden Gem Surprises

Click to watch the series on Netflix streaming here!

I didn't know who Stephen Fry was until recently, but now that I know who he is, it's crazy that I haven't read and watched everything he's ever written.

I remember the first time I really sat down to listen to his speaking when I came across a YouTube video of him on the Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson, wherein, Ferguson had him on the show and decided that it would be better for everyone involved if there was no audience during the filming. Because of this, the conversation was able to be a lot more coherent and serious in tone than it would be with a studio audience. (See part 1 of it, here.)

Anyway, after I watched that, I was astonished at how I hadn't heard about him before, because I really do love hearing very intellectual people speak their minds in a structured and logical manner. Needless to say, I really respected him thereafter.

Seeing his opinions on America sounded like a good time, and the fact that he was going to travel across every single state and experience every different culture sounded like a hilariously good time. So yeah, I watched, and yeah, it's awesome.

It's really fun to see Stephen Fry experience all these different things in different states in such a quirky manner. He really is curious in an infantile type of mindset, which makes it really fun and funny.

Add it to your queue if you're interested in Stephen Fry and/or the idea of seeing the sights and cultures of all the different states. This is the first "See all the 50 states" type of documentary-thing I've ever watched, and I assume this is probably the best I'll ever see.

The Game: Netflix Streaming Surprises

Click to watch the movie on Netflix streaming here!

The Game is one of my absolute favorite movies. If you've been reading my blog at all over the past year or so, you know how much of a fan I am of thrillers, David Fincher, and cerebral movies. This movie is a great culmination of all three of these things!

The Game is one of those kinds of movies where you SHOULD NOT read any reviews, previews, or analyses on the movie. It's not the kind of movie that you want to go into knowing ANYTHING about. And just to save you the worry, I promise you that this is not another one of those movies that has a Schizophrenic cop-out ending. I say that with a slight condescension on that plot device, because it's been done so many times now that it's become redundant and isn't surprising when it happens anymore.

Instead, this is the kind of movie where the main character goes through a series of events that are so complex and long in nature, that you're absolutely amazed at how much happens. The reason why it's so good and the reason why I'm not telling you anything that happens is that simply, it's the experience that counts. If you were told that in Saving Private Ryan, they find Private Ryan after a bunch of battles, it's not the same as experiencing it, right?

Maybe I'm not the best at describing these types of things. Maybe I should just stop talking.

If you have not seen this movie, add it to your queue immediately and let me know what you think. You will not be disappointed with this film.

Thanksgiving Streaming Movie?

It's Thanksgiving! You know what that means...

It's ThanksKILLING time! That's right. If you're looking for a straight-up awesome (albeit absurdly gratuitous) movie that's very Thanksgiving holiday specific, you're not going to get any more awesome than ThanksKilling.

What is it about? A murderous turkey. Yeah, that's about all you need to know. If you need to know anymore, feel free to read our blog post we did about it last year.

But seriously, it's hysterical. In the worst possible way possible.

Panic Room - Netflix Streaming Surprises

Click to watch the movie on Netflix streaming here!

I've been a big fan of David Fincher ever since I can remember. Two of my absolute favorite movies of all time are Fight Club and Se7en, of which he directed both. There's something about the way he's able to make the dark and depressing so outstandingly memorable to me, and everything he touches (generally) turns to gold. Or at least is somewhat good, you know...

Anyway, this film was directed by David Fincher, and it really does have that "David Fincher" feel. There's a very dark aspect to the film, and if you know anything about me and my taste of movies, you know I really do appreciate it when a movie can keep its scenery to a minimum and allow the acting to flourish. This is definitely that type of a movie, as the main characters are forced to protect themselves within a "panic room" (hence the movie title, see!) the entire film while people attempt to break into their home.

It's a fun movie, and cool to see how David Fincher is able to make a home feel so large in scope. There's just something about the way in which he tones things that makes the smallest scene feel immeasurably huge in your head.

So yeah, I enjoyed this movie, but apparently I might just be a big David Fincher fanboy. If you're a fan of his work, or enjoy the acting of Jodie Foster, you'll very likely enjoy this film. Add it to your queue if you're interested in a good thriller!

New Arrested Development: Netflix Instant Exclusive!

You read that title right everybody, and yes I know it's shocking. New episodes of Arrested Development!

Beverly Hills, Calif., November 18, 2011—In a landmark deal, all new episodes of the Emmy Award-winning comedy series “Arrested Development” will be coming exclusively to Netflix for its U.S. members to watch instantly, beginning in 2013.
This should surely help people who have been considering defecting from Netflix to stop doing so, and I expect this to help stop the continual decline of their stock prices as well. More than anything, this is an impressive first step for Hollywood to recognize that the Internet (or more specifically, the ability to stream) is THE new medium to broadcast entertainment.
Added Howard, “After a long hiatus, I’m dying to finally get back to the narrator’s microphone…’It’s Arrested…Development.’

ARE YOU NOT ENTERTAINED!?

Limitless: Netflix Streaming Surprises

Click to watch the movie on Netflix streaming here!

I went into watching this movie with a lot of hesitation. I mean, it's a movie about a guy who takes a pill to become "smarter." That doesn't really, to me at least, sound like the best plot line in the world.

Crazily enough, the movie really does work. Aside from sorta/kinda being a big, long advertisement for ADD medication (har har), the movie is an exciting ride that makes sense as long as you don't think too hard about it.

What I mean to say is, this is a movie about a guy who takes a pill to become smarter (ie being able to immediately remember everything he's ever learned immediately). How seriously are you supposed to take a movie with that as the plot?

I don't feel like I'm really going anywhere with this summary so far, and I guess that's what I do best.

Anyway, the movie is a thriller, and it's the kind of movie that you watch and enjoy living vicariously though the life of the main character. Suspension of disbelief is a lot easier than I originally expected, and because of that, it's entirely enjoyable and worth watching at least once. I plan on watching it again now that it's been brought to Netflix streaming, and I'm sure there are many others who are also in my same boat.

Add it to your queue if you're in the kind of mood to watch a fun and exciting thriller, that doesn't take itself too seriously and has a great level of watch-ability.

The Mothman Prophecies: Netflix Hidden Gem Surprises

Watch it on Netflix streaming here!

When it comes to scary movies, it really does honestly take a lot to get me to become "scared."

It's weird, when you really think of it, how many "scary" movies don't really make any of us scary. There are so many that are overly gory, or rely on LOUD NOISES to provoke the audience to scare.

The Mothman Prophecies is one of the first movies I have ever watched (once becoming old enough to realize that ghosts, Michael Myers, etc. don't exist) that scared me.

It not only scared me, but I had nightmares. It takes a lot to get me to have nightmares.

This is a ~true story~ (I do it with the ~ things because I never actually believe anything is true story ever, ever) about a series of events that occurred a few years ago that, if the story is true, involved the appearance of a "Mothman."

At this point, I don't want to say too much more about the actual plot of the movie, but calling it/him/whatever the "Mothman" isn't doing justice. There's a lot of creepy stuff that goes on in this movie, and you should check this movie out if you're into truthfully creepy movies.

Add it to your queue!

Top 10 Thrillers on Streaming - November 2011

Here is our latest Top 10 list of Thrillers (as in, movies that are actually classified as "thrillers" on Netflix Instant) on Netflix streaming! Each of these had our hearts racing at one point or another!

10. Misery
2. Exam

Insidious: Netflix Streaming Surprises

Click to stream the movie on Netflix Instant here!

This is one scary movie that's new to the horror film scene that I've very rarely heard of anyone watching and not saying they got at least a little scared.

Insidious is a great horror film. It has a lot of elements that make a great scary movie, and it executes them very properly. The thing that makes it so scary is not that it resorts to any cheap tactics, but that it very successfully goes through the process of creeping you the eff out.

Although, I seem to find myself to be more afraid of the ghost/demon/whatever type of movies compared to the murderer type stuff. I think I've found myself to be more afraid of the "unknown" in that regard than the concept of just a crazy guy that can (and should) be stopped, God-willing someone manages to ever learn how to use a gun properly.

Anyway, I watched Insidious this past month, and I very thoroughly enjoyed it. The fact that it's only PG-13 makes it available to a very large base of viewers, so if you're looking for a very scary movie to watch with the entire family, this might actually be one of the best bets you have in all of Netflix Streaming. That's not to say that your little kids should be watching something like this, because, as if I haven't made myself very clear by this point: This movie is really scary.

Go add it to your queue if this sounds like something you're interested in. If you're not interested, you're probably not a fan of scary movies. If you are a fan of scary movies, then why haven't you watched this movie yet!?

Funny Buffering Faces on Netflix

This picture has been floating around online as a hilarious buffer state that somebody had to look at for a full two minutes, waiting for the episode of The Office he was watching to start again:


I've never thought of taking screen shots of my computer at funny buffer states before. Do any of you have any funny shots?

Downfall: Netflix Hidden Gem Surprises

Watch the movie on Netflix streaming here!

If you're a fan of studying the history of World War II in the slightest, you'll probably want to seek out watching Downfall asap.

The movie is a very inside look of what very likely went on in the last few hours before Hitler's death. The movie takes place primarily in a bunker under the ground, as Hitler and those close to him begin to realize that they're about to lose the war.

You've probably seen a certain scene from this movie parodied a thousand times by now, and as you watch this movie, you'll realize quickly which scene I'm talking about...

But anyways, it's cool to see Hitler portrayed in this way. It's sobering to see this side, that we're not very often able to see, portrayed in this manner. The movie itself shows the distinct emotions felt by a group of people who know that their lives are very close to coming to an end. There is a very strong feeling of fear and helplessness conveyed by the actors in this film, and it's crazy to almost want to feel sorry for the characters at some points.

If you're a WWII geek, you'll get a lot out of this film. But if you're not, you might want to pass. It really is something that you'll only really enjoy if you have a large amount of background knowledge on World War II.

I Love You Phillip Morris: Netflix Streaming Surprises

Click to watch the movie on Netflix streaming here!

First off, I should tell you that if you have any qualms about homosexuals, this isn't the movie for you.

Second off, if you don't have any qualms about homosexuals, this movie is a quirky and funny, interesting true love story about two guys who have a very strange life together.

This movie stars Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor, two men who meet in prison and fall in love. Jim Carrey's character is an absolute con man, and you'll be absolutely astounded at the lengths that he goes to break out of prison and/or make money with the goal of being together and happy with Ewan McGregor.

The fact that the movie is actually a true story makes it that much more crazy, and I honestly think that the Jim Carrey character (while being incredibly obnoxious and stupid in a lot of cases) is one of the smartest characters (or people) I've ever heard of before. I mean, you have to watch the movie to fully understand, but he does some CRAZY stuff in this movie, that I can't believe he figured out how to accomplish.

Check out this movie if you're into conman movies, and/or love stories, I guess. It's quirky and one of the most unique spins on a love story I've ever seen.

Leap of Faith: Netflix Streaming Surprises

Click to watch the movie on Netflix streaming here!

I sometimes really wish I would have been able to grow up a few years earlier. There are certain comedians that came to major popularity before I was able to really be old enough to enjoy and fully grasp their awesomeness, and one of those is Steve Martin.

Steve Martin is the main character in this movie, playing a preacher who, very obviously, is a conman doing this work as a way to make easy cash.

What's really fun to me is to see the means in which someone, when running one of these Evangelical preacher events as seen in the movie, is able to con their way into making a lot of money from tricking the audience into thinking that they are really able to communicate with God.

It's all really basic stuff in terms of the con-artistry stuff, but it's fun to see how a team would have to work together to do it. Compound this with the obviously funny Steve Martin and you have a really whacky type of film that's funny and easy to watch. I really enjoyed this whole aspect of the film, and thought the story worked well to go along with it.

Add it to your queue if you're really a fan of Steve Martin!

The Last Exorcism: Netflix Hidden Gem Surprises

Click to stream the movie on Netflix here!

Last week, I was doing everything in my might to watch as many scary movies during the month of October as physically possible. In the last few days of the month, I managed to watch this movie, even though I wasn't extremely excited about it.

The thing is, I'm really getting sick of the whole "faux-documentary" thing that's so popular in modern horror films. I'm especially sick of the very bad quality footage that always comes with these films (see: Paranormal Activity, etc.) The whole "we're holding a camera and maybe this is REAL!?" thing is getting pretty old now.

All that being said, this film absolutely stands out to me. The quality is superb (it's supposed to be a 'real' documentary, not just some stupid family footage that was 'found' at a later time) so they use good cameras with good lighting and a whole fake crew.

The movie is about an exorcist who's a fraud, and he knows it. He goes about his day being a preacher, and he's all but lost his faith in what he's doing. He's going through the processes, but when it comes down to it, he's even found that exorcism is too irresponsible of a thing to 'sell' to people who are actually in need of real therapy.

The documentary is of his last exorcism, in which he goes about showing the ways in which he gets the person he's exorcising to believe they are really being exercised. It's really fun.

Please watch this movie! I guarantee that if you're a fan of this genre at all, you're going to get a lot out of this movie. And without saying too much, this movie is very, very scary in some parts. I'm very glad I watched this film, and I plan to watch it again in the future.

Add it to your queue!

Coming Soon to Netflix Streaming - November 2011

I went through the list of films and TV shows coming to Netflix Instant next month, listing below the stuff worth noting that is currently listed as coming soon. Check them out, I know a lot of you are excited for How I Met Your Mother!

Aeon Flux
Camelot
Double Dragon
Drive Me Crazy
Final Destination 2
Gnomeo and Juliet
How I Met Your Mother
Jet Li's Fearless
Limitless
Scarface
Seed of Chucky
Supernova
Take Me Home Tonight
The Game
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
The Peacemaker

Top 10 Halloween Scary Horror Movies on Netflix Streaming - October 2011

Here are Netflix Streaming's Top 10 Halloween Scary Horror movies for you to get ready for the big day on Tuesday this weekend. If you're REALLY looking for a Halloween-based scary movie, you need to look no further than our #1 on this list, because it really gets you in the spirit!


Red State: Netflix Streaming Surprises

Click to watch the movie on Netflix streaming here!

When I first heard that Kevin Smith was making a horror film, I got really excited. I have been a fan of Kevin Smith throughout his entire career (well, now that I think of it, not entirely as of late...) but I've enjoyed most of his movies. I really like the way he writes dialogue (what he's known for) and it's fun to see the depths of characters he can create.

The thing that can make a horror film great IS the character development. As in, I'm not going to care about the characters in your film if you haven't made me care in some way. This seems very obvious, but character development (or even just a reasonable amount of exposition) is completely lacking in most of the current generation of horror films. It's not cool that 'torture porn' movies like Human Centipede have come to the forefront of horror within the industry.

Red State is not torture porn, and I'm very happy about that. In fact, I honestly don't know how much of this is even a horror movie, in the end. The first half or so is absolutely a horror film, but after that, the horror tension kind of fades and it becomes something else.

That's not to say that I wouldn't classify this as a horror movie. I definitely would, but I'm just saying that you shouldn't go into this movie (like I did) expecting the entire movie to be full of scares and the like, because if that's what you're going in expecting (like I did) you're probably going to be a little disappointed.

If you go in with an open mind though, you're going to really get a lot out of this movie. The tension build up of the first half of the movie IS amazing, and you really do get stressed out during it. The acting is pretty great, and the movie is actually stacked with a lot of recognizable people (ie John Goodman). Add it to your queue if you're looking for something that's exciting and fun, and doesn't go the 'torture porn' route.

Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon: Netflix Hidden Gem Surprises

Click to watch the movie on Netflix streaming here!

It takes a lot for me to find a movie and feel this great about wanting to recommend it as one of the better hidden gems on Netflix streaming.

My friends and I call October "scary movie month" and try our best to fill as many nights as possible with an assortment horror and terror flicks, and it's always nice to find one that none of us has seen before. This was the case with Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon, and it's a sure thing to be a new addition to the collection that we normally watch every Halloween season.

This movie is great! As the norm of this Netflix streaming blog, I'm not going to indulge too much on the details of the film, because as always, I think that you're going to get more out of it if you watch it for yourself with an open mind, but I will say this: I think this movie is incredibly creative in the sense that Michael Myers, Jason Voorhees, and Freddy Krueger are real people within this film's universe and are referenced frequently (no you don't see them...). The main character in the film looks up to these people as role models, and idolizes them.

This movie is FUNNY. I laughed aloud many times while watching this, and even though it's very funny, it IS indeed a horror film. The only thing I can really think to describe it, is think of Scream in terms of being a satire still being able to successfully work out a scary aspect as well.

You desperately need to watch this movie, I know you'll enjoy it if you're a fan of the horror genre, or are just looking for an intriguing new movie to watch. Add it to your queue!

Paranormal Activity: Netflix Streaming Surprises

Click to watch this movie on Netflix streaming here!

Many, many of you have heard of the Paranormal Activity phenomenon by now, especially with the huge success of the following sequels (prequels?) that followed this film up. Needless to say that they have become the current generation of "scary movie series" within our culture (I assume the previous was the Saw series, right?

But when I watched this movie, it hadn't yet become the outstanding success that it's known for today. I remember watching this movie when it wasn't very well known, and a lot of [dumb] people still thought that it might actually be real. (Is this where I take out and put on my hipster sunglasses?)

I don't mean to kill the mood for anyone, but if you still think any of these fake-camera movies are real, you have some major growing up to do. And/or maybe you need to get outside and see more movies. Or like, turn on the Internet once in your life.

Anyway, this movie was great. I remember watching and loving The Blair Witch Project when I was younger and it first had come out, and this has a very similar style and nature to it. I recently watched the sequel to this film (which is ALSO currently on Netflix Instant) and it simply didn't measure up to this original.

I have yet to see the third act in the series, but from what I hear, it's actually pretty good, and gives what (is assumed) to be a good closure to the story begun in this film. If you haven't yet been able to experience this movie, you should add it to your queue and watch it before Halloween season is over! You're actually beginning to run out of time at this point so get started.

But when you do watch this movie, make sure you watch it with the lights off.

Halloween Episodes on Netflix Streaming


I found out that user Roller_Ball on reddit posted the following list of Halloween episodes available on Netflix Instant. I'm sure there are plenty more than this, but this is still a super great list for people who are interested in finding Halloween episodes to watch. (Sorry if the formatting is a little weird on this post). 

Married ...With Children S8 Ep 7- “Take my Wife, Please”
Cheers S10 Ep 20- “Beer Wars V-Final Judgement”
South Park Spootakular (all collected in on place)
Fear Itself S1 Ep13- The Circle
The Super Mario Bros Show Ep 14 “Count Koopa”
Invader Zim Ep 14- “Halloween Spectacular of Spooky Doom”
Fat Albert's Halloween Special
Roseanne
S2 Ep 7- BOO!
S3 Ep 7- Trick  or Treat
S4 Ep 6- Trick  Me Up, Trick Me Down
S5 Ep 7- Halloween IV
S6 Ep 7- Halloween V
S7 Ep 6- Skeleton in the Closet
S8 Ep 7- Halloween: The Final Chapter
King of the Hill- S2 Ep 4-Hilloween
Ugly Americans S1 Ep 12-Hell for the Holidays
Hey Arnold! - S4 Ep14 -The Headless Cabbie/ Friday the 13th (It's not too Halloween related)
Casper & Friends Ep 8 part 1-To Boo or Not To Boo
Scrubs S2 Ep 6- My Big Brother
Malcom in the Middle 
S2 Ep2-Halloween Approximately s7 Ep4- Halloween
Dead Like Me S2 Ep 15-Haunted
Reaper S1 Ep6-Leon
Buffy the Vampire Slayer  
S2 Ep 6-Halloween S4 Ep 4-Fear, Itself S6 Ep 6- All the Way
Angel S5 Ep 5 – Life of the Party
Yo Gabba Gabba S1 Ep 10-Halloween
Sponge Bob Square Pants S1 Ep 12 Pt 1-Scaredy Pants
Frasier
S9 Ep 6- Room Full of Heroes
S10 Ep 5- Tales from the Crypt
Raising Hope- S1 Ep5-Happy Halloween
The Office
S2 Ep5-Halloween
S5 Ep6-Eployee Transfer
S7 Ep6-Costume Contest
Parks and Recreation S2 Ep7-Greg Pikitis
Desperate Housewives
S4 Ep6-Now I Know, Don't Be Scared
S7 Ep 6-Excited and Scared
That 70's Show
S2 Ep5-Halloween
S3 Ep4-"Too Old to Trick or Treat, Too Young to Die"  
Bones S3 Ep5-Mummy in the Maze
Monk S4 Ep2-Mr Monk Goes Home Again
Vampire Diaries
S1 Ep 7-Haunted
S2 Ep 7-Masquerade
Parenthood (2010) S2 Ep6- Orange Alert
Home Movies S4 Ep13- Coffins and Cradles
Addams Family Vol 2 Ep 19 – Halloween, Addams Style
My So-Called Life S1 Ep9 -Halloween
Ugly Betty- S1 Ep5 – The Lying, The Watch, and the Wardrobe
The Cosby Show
S2 Ep6-Halloween
S4 Ep4-Cliff's Mistake
Millennium, S2 Ep 6 "The Curse of Frank Black"
3rd Rock from the Sun: 3.5 Scaredy Dick
MacGyver: 5.6 Halloween Nights
NewsRadio: 3.5 Halloween
Numb3rs: 6.6 Dreamland
Wings: 8.6 The Gift of Life
30 Rock S2 Ep2- Jack in the Game
Hey Arnold! S2 Ep20 Arnold's Halloween
Rocko's Modern Life S3 Ep3 Pt1 "Sugar Frosted Frights"
Aaah!!! Real Monsters S1 Ep1 "The Switching Hour"
Quantum Leap S3 Ep5 - The Boogieman
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