2024 Turner Classic Movies (October Horror) - Halloween TV Schedule
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Turner Classic Movies (October Horror)

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Every October TCM (Turner Classic Movies channel) airs classic horror movies.

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2024 TCM October Horror Schedule

PLEASE NOTE: Date/times are subject to change (all times shown in ET)
Airings below are based on a generic national schedule. Times/dates can vary by TV provider.
Schedule Updated Schedule last updated on 4/07/24

Wednesday, April 10, 2024

  • 1:30am – The Seventh Victim (1943)

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  • DirecTV – Channel 256
  • DISH Network – Channel 132
  • AT&T U-Verse – Channel 790

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TCM October Horror Archives


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79 thoughts on “Turner Classic Movies (October Horror)

  • A lot of my favorites play in either the wee hours of the morning when I am asleep, or extremely early when I am at work. I wish they would give their horror movie slots better prime time.

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  • Carrie Obrzut

    Love the old movies; how about some Charlie Chan movies, & The bowery boys, great old time ones. Thanks

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  • Sumner

    I suggest classic horror weekends devoted to particular monsters — there were five weekends this year, 2022, to cover all the films for one each: Dracula, Frankenstein, Wolfman, Mummy, then a mix of Phantom of the Opera, Creature from the Black Lagoon, and Invisible Man films. This means that one could see Nosferatu (both 1922 and 1979 versions), Dracula (1931), Son of Dracula, Dracula’s Daughter, House of Dracula, The Brides of Dracula, et al.

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  • John D.

    It seems the old classic “The Wolf Man” with Lon Cheney Jr. has been given the heave-ho this Halloween season. Why? And what of “Dracula” with Frank Langella? Or one of the scariest movies of them all — “Don’t Look Now” which is unsettling to say the least. I would think all these movies would be considered the sort of Halloween Classics that TCM would be sure to feature. Trick or Treat — more trick than treat this year.

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    • Matt M.

      Why are Rasputin The Mad Monk and The Devil’s Bride blocked on Sling? These are two I was looking forward to the most this year! 🙁

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    • They look to save all our VERY CLASSIC 1930s-40s Halloween Movies till Halloween !! The ones they have been showing on Monday Nights ARE NOT the ones many of us want to see !! Been disappointed with their October Halloween Line-Up for last 2 years. We are going to voice this too to TCM directly if possible.

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  • This 2022 schedule by TCM is one of the smallest and worst in years. It’s doesn’t like there are any good theme nights like they normally on Fridays or Sundays.

    This is the first schedule since Discovery took control of TCM and it looks like cost-cutting has had an impact in licensing.

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    • Steve Hollandsworth

      The Fog and the Howling are on the 10th

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    • Julie Poulakos

      I agree. I so look forward to October and watching all the oldies but goodies. I am very disappointed by 2022 October schedule. Putting most on in the middle of the night. Boo. Where is Vincent Price, Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, The Mummy (original), Cat People, Banshee, any Edgar Allan Poe, the Werewolf, etc etc. Shame on TCM!

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      • I agree. I’m heartbroken. I look to tcm to show the old black n whites that were from the 30s. Who is making these decisions and why omit the gems. Viewers of all ages and races appreciat3 those classics.

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      • BryanOatman

        The Fog 1980- Halloween 3 season of the Witch- and Christine!!!!!!

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  • I love TCM! I can’t tell you how excited I am to see what TCM has in store for us for 2022. Please play all of the greats with actors like Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff, Dwight Frye, Peter Lorre, Fay Wray and Lionel Atwill…

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  • TCM has always been my favorite channel but you miss putting the big monster movies, when I was a kid, I loved those shows, dinosaurs, giant spiders, scorpions, my wife enjoy this time of year and anticipate your movies, need to show the younger generation, that the early days had movies as good a Michael Myers.

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    • BryanOatman

      The Fog 1980- Halloween 3 season of the Witch- Christine!!!! exorcist!!!!

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  • doyle leonard

    Why is there no star of the month for October? No monster of the month?

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    • Michael Kirkpatrick

      Star of the Month is Lucille Ball

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  • TCM needs to have 31 days of Halloween instead of just a three day Halloween Marathon 10/29- 10/31

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    • lynn anne felice

      yes the good old movies are @ 2am! come on! we that appreciate the best horror movies from 20-40 years ago cannot stay up that late!

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      • Victoria A Fain

        Just so you know check out Tubi they do have some of the old good stuff.

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