Samsung TV Plus Ups AVOD Halloween Thrills

Samsung TV Plus, the ad-supported VOD platform available in Internet-connected Samsung televisions and select Galaxy mobile devices, is getting into the Halloween spirit. Now through Oct. 31, consumers can tune into the platform’s lineup of third-party channels featuring Halloween-themed content.

They include: The Movie Hub showcasing horror classics The Last Exorcism (2010), The Last Witch Hunter, Maggie and Jackals from Oct. 8.

Midnight Pulp is streaming horror titles that include Wes Craven’s The Hills Have Eyes and The Changeling (1980) throughout the month. On Halloween night, catch a double feature of both titles at 4:30 p.m. ET and 6:15 pm. ET.

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Dust is playing a collection of Amytville Horror films on Friday nights, with special marathons in the middle and end of October.

Oct. 8 – Amityville: It’s About Time and Amityville: A New Generation

Oct. 15 – Amityville: A New Generation and Amityville: Dollhouse

Oct. 16-17 – 48-hour marathon of all four films

Oct. 22 – Amityville: Dollhouse and Amityville: The Evil Escapes

Oct. 29 – 24-hour marathon of all four films

On Filmrise, catch featured titles Stonehearst Asylum starring Kate Beckinsale and Prom Night starring Jamie Lee Curtis.

Shout! Factory through October offers curated double features playing every evening showcasing celebrated cult-classic horror films paired with feature-length episodes of “Elvira’s Movie Macabre.”

Canela Media (Spanish) is playing Resident Evil starring Mila Jovovich, and Vampires: Los Muertos starring Jon Bon Jovi and Diego Luna, throughout the month.

“Howl-oween Week” is airing from Oct. 25 on The Pet Collective channel, where programming will focus on pets in costumes, tricks and treats. A new 2021 Halloween Special will also be part of the week-long Halloween celebration.

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