It's October, the month with the best TV programming (next to December - I'm a sucker for stuff like old school Christmas specials and holiday-themed episodes of "According to Jim"). First there's "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown", which is essential for learning the True Meaning of Halloween. Amazing that it still holds up after all these years. Never jump into a pile of leaves with a wet sucker.
And then cable channels such as Turner Classic Movies and AMC run marathons of classic horror movies (especially the former). Despite the fact that I'm a wuss, I eat these movies up (when edited for time and content, of course). Last year I was unemployed (rather than my current underemployed state), so I was able to stay up all night and watch movies. Guess I'll be doing a lot of recording this month. Today I finally watched Possession, which has been sitting in my DVR for over three months now. 007 performs an exorcism? Sure! (It turned out to be just okay, kinda cheesy)
And when all else fails, I break out my DVDs. I'm most excited about the upcoming unrated cut of Land of the Dead. (I'll spare you another Zombie Week on the blog, though)