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EP037: An avenging angel metes out justice in Dark Night of the Scarecrow (1981)

DARK NIGHT OF THE SCARECROW ranks as a high watermark for the horror genre, not just in television, but in any medium. Directed by Frank DeFelitta (Audrey Rose, The Entity) from the script by J.D. Feigelson and starring Larry Drake and Charles Durning, it’s a terrifying exercise in otherworldly justice.

EP036: BONUS! Paladin Draws the Death Card in HAVE GUN WILL TRAVEL (1961)

Squeezing in a bonus show for October: HAVE GUN WILL TRAVEL (1957-1963) was grounded in the real world of the Old West, but in the episode, EVERYMAN, Paladin draws the Tarot Death Card and experiences a brush with the supernatural. Richard Boone stars.

EP033: Would you believe?…it’s Get Smart, House of Max (1970)!

TV TERROR takes a lighter look at the spy genre with television’s favorite screw-up secret agent. Max and 99 go to London to investigate Jack the Ripper and a fiendish wax museum in this two-part episode, House of Max (1970).

EP032: Andy Griffith’s Haunted House (1963)

Things gets downright spooky in this episode from season 4 of The Andy Griffith Show. When Opie’s baseball lands in the old Rimshaw place, it stirs up the heebie jeebies in Mayberry because this house is rumored to be haunted.

EP031: Evil rules the night skies in GARGOYLES (1972)

They’re the spawn of Satan, dormant for centuries, but awakened once more to rival mankind. They are the GARGOYLES (1972). We take a look at this CBS Tuesday Night movie from the movie-of-the-week golden age, and fold our wings and bow are horns in honor of the recently departed Bernie Casey. Come fly with us.

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