Tonight's Spooktacular entry is especially interesting as it's more than likely the most faithful adaptation of Mary Shelley's classic Frankenstein ever produced for radio, film, or television.
We certainly can't continue to roll our this year's Spooktacular without including something featuring the late, great Vincent Price!
Boris Karloff returns in today's Spooktacular entry as a man who awakens in a hospital only to find himself endlessly walking along The Corridor of Doom.
What if you were a screenwriter and discovered your typewriter could suddenly begin typing on its own? What if everything it typed became real?
Mankind has utilized machines for hundreds of years and has always been the masters of their mechanizations. Yet, what if some day that wasn't the case?
Anyone who has ever read, listened to, or watched something spooky know there's one crime the antagonist will never ever get away with: murder.
Murders in the Rue Morgue is considered by many as the first modern mystery story, with some spooky trappings, and the tale very possibly inspired Arthur Conan Doyle to create the legendary Sherlock Holmes.
Two men discover a woman being terrorized by a mysterious man in tonight's Spooktacular entry. Of course, the man isn't just a run of...
In The Talkers, two post-apocalypse survivors caught in a world of strange insect creatures just sit down for a quiet chat. That is until something begins to change.
Today's Spooktacular entry is a strange one as it includes a giant gorilla, reincarnation, and a mad scientist.
In Life Span, a bogus anti-aging formula shocks its con artist creators when it actually works. It works but with less than, shall we say, beneficial side effects.
Today's Spooktacular entry is an especially interesting one as not only is the story pretty scary but it's also loosely based on fact.
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