Shout! Factory TV presents “31 Nights of Horror”

Do you need something frightening to watch alone or do you need a few robot friends to make things less scary? Luckily for you Scream Factory is giving you a chance to watch it both ways when it takes over Shout Factory TV with 31 Nights of Horror. At 7 p.m. you can enjoy a horror film. When the clock his 9 p.m., you’ll get a classic Mystery Science Theater 3000 episode. The streaming movies can be watched for free at ShoutFactoryTV.com or through your home entertainment platform. Turn on your computer and turn off the lights to get the bumps and Bots of the night. Here’s the press release with the schedules:

LOS ANGELES – This October, Shout! Factory TV and Scream Factory proudly present 31 Nights of Horror. Fans can tune in each evening throughout the entire month for a double feature that’s sure to satisfy cravings for all things creepy.

Each night of the stream will feature a genre favorite such as Chopping Mall, Witchboard, The Exorcist III, the original Willard, and many more. And since no skeleton is complete without a funny bone, each movie will be followed by a distinctively eerie episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000, including episodes MST3K: Night of the Blood Beast, MST3K: The Slime People and MST3K: The Crawling Eye.

Stream and scream live every evening this October, as 31 Nights of Horror begins Tuesday, October 1 at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT and continues at the same time nightly through October 31. The livestream can be viewed on ShoutFactoryTV.com; Shout! Factory TV’s Roku, Amazon Fire, Apple TV, and Android apps; and the following digital streaming platforms: Twitch, Samsung TV Plus, Xumo, and STIRR.

31 Nights of Horror also presents the devilish debut of several new films to Shout! Factory TV, including The Undead, The Horror of Party Beach and The Haunted Strangler, with Boris Karloff. These and all films featured in 31 Nights of Horror will also be available for viewing on demand beginning October 1 on ShoutFactoryTV.com; Shout! Factory TV’s Roku, Amazon Fire, Apple TV, and Android apps; and on various Shout! Factory TV branded channels including Tubi TV, Amazon Prime Channels, and the Roku Channel.

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