CableTV.com’s Guide to Horror and Halloween
Spooky season is upon us. Let the #Bloodstream commence!
Here at CableTV.com, spooky is less of a phase and more of a bloody way of life. We summon our inner demons to give our readers the best in horror all year long.
Oh, and we even have spooky recommendations for kiddos that won’t turn them into children of the corn.
Let the #Bloodstream commence!
Recommendations from hell . . . and back
We love a new thrill just like the next psycho, and every year our horror experts round up the best new chills coming out of Hollywood.
Not only that but, we also show you how to watch these latest perversions of cinema, so you don’t get caught in an endless web of googling and clicking.
No, cord-cutting isn’t some new and spectacular kill from the mind of James Wan, it’s the most convenient way to watch horror movies.
Check out our list of the best horror movies you can stream right now from the (dis)comfort of your couch.
Screams you can stream
Not looking to add another streaming subscription to your vault of horrors? No sweat, we’ve got the raunchy recs from heck for a ton of popular streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, and Tubi.
Bored of the same ole schlock on the big N? We can help you there, too. Our experts haunt the internet looking for free streaming options and the best streaming services for horror fans.
Gory goods for ghouls
Our experts know the depths of depravity (don’t let the nice-guy demeanor fool ya), so we like to get into the goriest of the gore.
Check out our recommendations for everything from cannibal movie night to trauma on screen you’ll never unsee.
Spooky content for kids
Kids movies can be plenty scary, too. (Don’t sleep on a Disney classic!)
For those of a more sensitive disposition, we’ve got recommendations for you as well.
More tricky treats
Every Halloween season we like to serve up everything from trivia contests to dream jobs to zombie-apocalypse know-how.
And don’t forget to tag your pestilent posts with #Bloodstream, so we can spread the spooky love (or hate if you will) all season long.