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  1. Really enjoyed "Ragtime Bear". Going to have search out more of the theatrical Magoo, as I am mostly familiar with the later TV versions. Also kudos to TCM for going ahead and showing "Lightning Sketches". It's interesting to see as a historical piece.
  2. Was hoping to see something new on Underground but right off the bat we have more repeats.
  3. TCM do run TV-MA sometimes after 1AM (Mainly during TCM Underground), but most of what is ran is still TV-G, TV-PG and occasionally TV-14. The TV ratings for each film shown are not only listed here on the website well in advance but in slate before each film's airing, so you should easily be able to figure out if something is appropriate for your children and not assume the programmers of a commercial television channel share your views on morality.
  4. THIS-TV have a pretty decent line-up Halloween day including a handful of Universal classics (It's just too bad they aren't commercial free like TCM). Here's the line-up: 10:00AM Burnt Offerings (1976) 12:30PM Island Of Lost Souls (1932) 2:00PM Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954) 4:00PM Dracula (1941) 6:00PM Son Of Dracula (1943) 8:00PM Son Of Frankenstein (1939) 10:00PM The Incredible Shrinking Man (1957) 12:00PM The Invisible Man (1933) 1:30AM Lady In White (1988) All Times Eastern.
  5. I think the TCM programming dept are just not as enthusiastic about Horror as other genres and less willing to spend the money to acquire the stuff like the Universal owned films which probably have a much higher licensing fee than the old Hammer or AIP films owned by Warner Bros. and MGM plus the PD stuff costs them nothing. It's too bad but at least they are doing something. AMC has a nice line-up of modern films and even a few classics but all the commercials kill it for me. THIS-TV also has a nice line-up of Universal classics on Halloween with only slightly less commercials.
  6. I thought the special was ok. I understand they can't cover everything in an hour format, but would have liked to have seen more of his film adaptions covered. It's too bad TCM couldn't have at least acquired one of them to run also. I know his stuff is in high demand among the cable channels this time of year but still would have been nice to accompany the special.
  7. TCM is at the mercy of WB here. Will it actually deter piracy? Not likely!
  8. TCM only has three Frankenstein films scheduled for October, Frankenstein (1931), The Curse of Frankenstein (1957) and Frankenstein Created Woman (1966). The Revenge of Frankenstein (1958) was originally on the schedule but has since been replaced by a second showing of 'Curse'. http://www.tcm.com/schedule/search.html?type=schedule&text=frankenstein
  9. I love this movie, but it's really becoming overplayed by TCM.
  10. Horrors of the Black Museum (1959) The Flesh and the Fiends (1960) Violent Midnight (1963) The Plague of the Zombies (1966) The Undertaker and His Pals (1966) Night Slaves (1970) Messiah of Evil / Dead People (1971) From Beyond the Grave (1974) Scream Bloody Murder (1973) Horror High (1974) Let Sleeping Corpses Lie / The Living Dead at The Manchester Morgue (1974) Kiss of the Tarantula (1976) Tourist Trap (1979) Dark Night of the Scarecrow (1981) The Monster Club (1981)
  11. I'd love to see someone like Joe Bob Briggs hosting Underground, though I imagine his humor might not sit well with some.
  12. Some good ones here. I wonder if TCM could get the rights to any of the Crown Interntional stuff? Though almost all of their catalog is out on various Mill Creek box sets (some in less than stellar quality). Let's Scare Jessica To Death is scheduled for November.
  13. undeadkyle

    THE UNINVITED

    The Uninvited is currently scheduled to air twice in October. http://www.tcm.com/tcmdb/title/94482/The-Uninvited
  14. Delete. Edited by: undeadkyle on Aug 5, 2011 1:05 AM
  15. There's not a true classic TV channel on cable anymore. Like all Viacom owned cable channels TV Land is joke. Catering only to advertisers. The best we have is the over the air digital subchannels, like RTV, Antenna TV and ME TV. Even they aren't perfect. A channel like TCM is a rarety this day and age.
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